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NavCom off ers our products and services through a network of over 40 authorized resellers and OEM relationships in 25 countries. Our sales channel partners are the key to our sales success as well as a core element of our product improvement and development process. Our resellers know their respective markets and customer needs.

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Arecord of more than 16,000 Esri users attended the company’s weeklong annual Conference (Esri UC) and five concurrent events in San Diego, California, this past July.

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The new Bureau to lead the United Nations Committee of Experts on Global Geospatial Information Management (UN-GGIM) has been elected by the Member States.

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Emergent coastal structures such as groins, detached offshore breakwaters, and sea walls have been successfully adopted as coastal protection measures for many decades (Dean and Dalrymple, 2001: Silvester and Hsu, 1997). These type of structures are common in the US and Europe (Dean and Dalrymple, 2001), and even more so in Japan, where Seiji et al.

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European Geostationary Navigation Overlay Service (EGNOS), the European Satellite Based Augmentation System (SBAS), provides corrections and integrity information to GPS signals over a broad area centred over Europe, and is fully interoperable with other existing SBAS systems (e.g., WAAS, the brand name of the American SBAS).

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When looking at the timeline of technology of today’s consumer electronics, there are several interesting connections with technology and associated infrastructure originally (at least partly) developed in the cont ext of DoD funded projects. Large-scale integration of this technology into consumer electronics created an economy of scale that is unmatched, enabling capabilities and services that otherwise may have been prohibitive due to cost.

Aug 2014 | No Comment

Mark Your Calender

Aug 2014 | No Comment

Wishful thinking

Some recent announcements,

Especially in the Union Budget of India for fiscal year 2014 -15.

Rs 7,060 crore for ‘100 Smart Cities’ project,

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Turkey, in the 1980s communications satellites were purchased. In 1989, a tender was floated for the first communications satellite project. Following this development, the French Aerospatiale company on December 21, 1990 signed the ‘Turkish National Satellite Communication System Agreement’ with Turkey…

Aug 2014 | No Comment

Courseware, which is centered on a computer, is a kind of modern teaching technology based on digital processing techniques and audio-visual technology. Courseware can store, transmit, process, convert and search teaching materials by integrating a variety of media information such as words, voice and images and so on, according to teachers’ teaching design[1-3]. Courseware is able to improve the effect of teaching because…