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Beyond sky
It was 2nd April, 1984
When the first Indian citizen
Travelled in space aboard SoyuzT-11.
However, that was a Soviet mission.
India has a long cherished ambition
Of its own man mission in space.
The announcement by the Prime Minister of India recently
Has brought this mission on priority
Of the Indian Space Research …

Sep 2018 | No Comment

October 2018

Joint Geo Delft Conference The 6th International FIG 3D Cadastre Workshop The 3D GeoInfo Conference

1- 5 October Delft, the Netherlands


5 October 2018
Hyderabad, India

39th Asian Conference on Remote Sensing (ACRS 2018)

15 – 19 October
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Intergeo 2018

17 – 18 October Frankfurt, Germany

November 2018

Trimble Dimensions 2018

05 – 07 November
Las Vegas, USA


7 – 9 November …

Sep 2018 | No Comment

Prof. Dr. Guenter W. Hein

Former Head of EGNOS and GNSS Evolution Programme Department (until end of 2014) of the European Space Agency (ESA). Before he has been the Director of the Institute of Geodesy and Navigation of the University FAF Munich. Prof. Hein has more than 300 scientific and technical papers published, carried out at …

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The 110 year old transition from 10.8% (in 1901) to 31.2% urban (in 2011) depicts India as an inarguably rural nation (Buch, 2015). Urban settlements in India are islands dispersed in a loosely knit ocean of rurality. We are no strangers to the problems that arise due to lack…

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Picture this – In a not so distant future, you are a self-employed small business owner selling organic homemade lip balm through e-commerce sites like Amazon or Flipkart. You wake up in the morning to see that a customer across your city has placed a large…

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Reports of problems with GPS appear with increasing frequency. As two of many examples:

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Those in the GNSS/PNT community will say it’s because virtually every technology uses GNSS signals, and most depend upon them. When signals are disrupted, something bad could happen.
But how likely is that? What is the risk and are we willing to take it? These are questions that many governments are starting to ask.

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The world is facing an increase in the frequency and severity of natural disaster events. Events which, when they strike, threaten the social, environmental and financial foundations of communities. And while these events cannot be prevented, their impacts can be limited…

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September 2018

Esri India User Conference 2018

September 4 Kolkata September 6 Hyderabad September 10 -11 Delhi NCR

Inter Drone 2018

5 – 7 September Las Vegas, USA

Smart Geospatial Expo

12 -14 September 2018 Seoul, Korea

EuroGEOSS Workshop

12 – 14 September Geneva, Switzerland

Africa GEO

17-19 September
Johannesburg, South Africas

INSPIRE Conference 2018

18 – 21 September
Antwerp, Belgium

5th EARSeL Joint Workshop “Urban Remote Sensing – Challenges …

Aug 2018 | No Comment


In reverse gear?
As a fallout of Brexit
It appears that the Public Regulated Services (PRS) of Galileo
Has become a contentious issue.
And similar to this, there are several other bones of contention…
Stakes are high
So is the pitch of stakeholders,
Hope it may not become messier in time to come
Galileo as a …