Volume XIX, Issue 4, April 2023
National Geospatial Policy, 2022: An urban perspective
Dr Mahavir and Dr Prabh Bedi
Protecting GNSS against intentional interference
Arul Elango, Ahmed Al-Tahmeesschi, Mikko Saukkoriipi, Titti Malmivirta and Laura Ruotsalainen
Dual-Frequency EGNOS and Galileo-based GNSS Receiver and Antenna for Railway: TRENI Project
Marco Puccitelli, Chiara Manno, Livio Marradi, Gaetano …
Several tech doyens have called for a six-month pause on AI chatbot research.
The UNESCO has urged the governments around the world to implement an ethical framework for AI systems.
Italy temporarily bans ChatGPT over privacy concerns.
Few other countries are regulating, legislating or may even follow Italy’s path.
An Australian mayor threatens to …
International Conference on Geomatics Education
10-12 May 2023
Geo Business 2023
9th International Conference on Geomatics and Geospatial Technology
22-25 May 2023
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
EUREF 2023 Symposium
23 – 26 May
Voyis releases the discovery vision system
Voyis launches its new product line, Discovery Vision Systems, to address the trade-off that is currently made between Piloting Cameras and 3D Inspection Cameras. Piloting cameras prioritize low latency video at the expense of the image data required for 3D model generation. Conversely, 3D cameras prioritize image data at the …
MasterMover partners with BlueBotics
MasterMover has announced a new partnership with vehicle automation leader BlueBotics to provide best-in-class ANT navigation technologies for MasterMover’s range of Automated Guided Vehicles. It also offers a range of advanced solutions, spanning remote control operation, line follow navigation and fully autonomous solutions. …
Space Flight Laboratory announces launch of nine satellites
Space Flight Laboratory (SFL), has announced the launch and successful deployment of nine satellites. The SpaceX Transporter-7 ride-sharing mission carried SFL-designed microspace platforms into orbit for four different repeat customers.
The Transporter-7 launch included: • HawkEye 360 Cluster 7, based on SFL’s …
Saildrone scales production of new mid-size USV
Saildrone announced recently the 33-foot (10 m) Voyager, which is specifically designed for nearshore ocean and lakebed mapping, and to meet the challenges of IUU (illegal, unreported, and unregulated fishing), ISR (intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance), law enforcement and maritime safety, drug …
Synchronizing Galileo’s satellites with an ensemble of highperformance atomic clocks
Europe’s Galileo is a precise satellite navigation system, providing meter-level accuracy and precise timing. An essential ingredient to ensure this stays the case are the atomic clocks aboard each satellite, delivering pinpoint timekeeping that is maintained to a …
Ireland’s new National Land Cover Map
The new National Land Cover Map was produced by the National Mapping Division of Tailte Éireann (formerly Ordnance Survey of Ireland) in partnership with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). It was released on 21 March 2023. The aim of a land cover …