Articles in the News Update Category

Mar 2021 | No Comment

Seoul Robotics, the 3D computer vision company using AI and machine learning to power the future of mobility, today announces a partnership to mass produce LiDAR and imaging radar products with Mando, a global Tier-1 OE automotive parts manufacturer to carmakers like Hyundai and KIA Motors. By combining Seoul Robotics’ 3D perception software platform with …

Mar 2021 | No Comment

Vodafone has successfully used new precision positioning technology to remotely track a vehicle to within just 10 centimetres of its location, an improvement of more than three metres compared with current standard satellite based systems.  It did this in partnership with leading global positioning provider Sapcorda, using Vodafone’s global Internet of Things (IoT) platform – …

Mar 2021 | No Comment

Baidu, Inc. has deployed a multi-modal autonomous driving MaaS (mobility as a service) platform that will provide AI-driven city transportation services in Guangzhou. Utilizing a fleet of Apollo Robotaxis and Robobuses along with three other model types of autonomous vehicles, this initiative will allow local users to order smart transport services on demand, starting in the …

Mar 2021 | No Comment

In an official statement, the State Government announced a contract to a Western Australian (WA) company for $1.1 million to develop a new smartphone app that uses facial recognition and GPS tracking technology to monitor people who are ordered to self-quarantine at home, reported InDaily.
Stephen Wade, the Health Minister, in a written statement said that the …

Mar 2021 | No Comment

RIEGL presents three new easy-to-use and intuitive mining apps that will support users in their daily work, especially in critical situations. Based on reliable real-time data, necessary decisions can be made promptly on a sound basis.
RIEGL’s 3D terrestrial laser scanners can smoothly be integrated in any network infrastructure by using LAN, Wi-Fi, and LTE-interfaces, which …

Mar 2021 | No Comment

Juniper Systems Limited, a manufacturer of rugged handheld computers and GNSS receivers, introduces Uinta™, powerful data collection software for field crews using Microsoft® Windows 10 OS on tablets, who require detailed forms, maps, and customization.
Now available throughout Europe, the Middle East, Africa (EMEA), and India, Uinta (yü-ӘN-tah) offers data collection tools such as detailed mapping with …

Mar 2021 | No Comment

EOS Data Analytics (EOSDA), a satellite imagery analytics provider, announced plans to launch seven optical EOS SAT satellites into an LEO (Low Earth orbit) by the year 2024. By launching its own satellite imaging constellation, the company aims to establish a full satellite data production vertical – from direct imagery collection to processing, analysis, and delivery.
One of the …

Mar 2021 | No Comment

Kadaster and StateGeoCadastre Ukraine have signed a Memorandum of Understanding on institutional cooperation on National Spatial Data Infrastructure.
The memorandum enables stronger cooperation between the two institutions: exchange of experts and delegations, expert support on NSDI capacity increase, cooperation on cartography, topography, cadastre, and land registry spheres.
StateGeoCadastre aims to improve the development and operation of NSDI …

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Survey of India (SOI), the national survey and mapping organization of the country has announced that a total of six states in the country will soon have maps 100 times more detailed than existing ones. The project covers Haryana, Uttarakhand, Punjab, Rajasthan, Andhra Pradesh, and Karnataka, and is expected to be complete by mid-year. In addition, …

Feb 2021 | No Comment

India has set free the process of map making and generation of geospatial data, giving Indian private players the freedom to handle such information without prior approval or restriction. Mapping was till now remained a government preserve, handled by the Central government’s Survey of India. With the sweeping changes announced today, any Indian entity can …