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Airborne LiDAR to be used to survey electricity network in Queensland

Powerlink will use aerial surveying technology to undertake an engineering assessment of their Northern and Central transmission network. Working with NM Group, the project will use helicopter laser (LiDAR) scanning to identify maintenance issues and update records on over 3000 km of powerline.

Provided by NM Group, the updated drawings will enable Powerlink to plan improvement work, manage vegetation risk and help plan future powerlines. In addition, it will also assist with engineering designs.www.powerlink.com.au

Technical cooperation MoU between India and Netherlands extended

The Union Cabinet of India chaired by Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi was apprised of the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed between India and Netherlands on technical cooperation. The objectives of this
MoU are to promote and strengthen the collaboration between the signatories in the areas of Spatial Planning, Water Management and Mobility Management on the basis of equivalence, affordable housing, smart city development, GIS for water supply & sewerage system, waste water reuse and recycle, conservation of fresh water by artificial recharge of aquifer, integrated solid waste management and heritage conservation and mutual benefit, taking into account the practical needs of both the countries.

Under this MoU, a Joint Working Group (JWG) will be set up to strategize and implement programmes on cooperation under the framework of the MoU. The Joint Working Group will meet once in a year, alternately in the Netherlands and in India. http://pib.nic.in

Isro’s Antrix signs MoU with SatSure for promoting geospatial technology

SatSure Analytics, a satellite data analytics company, has signed a strategic Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Antrix Corporation, the commercial arm of the Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro), for furthering geospatial big data analytics.

The MoU would increase the penetration of geospatial technology-based services and develop large area analytics products in different sectors like agriculture, banking and financial services, social infrastructure, energy and telecommunications. www.business-standard.com

Pix4D launches Pix4D fields

Pix4D’s first fully dedicated product for agriculture – Pix4Dfields: created with the input of farmers, agronomists and breeders is now live.

This product is developed with input from farmers, agronomists and breeders, meaning it focuses on what matters when it comes to agriculture fields of application.

The built-in analysis tools allow you to produce accurate and repeatable measurements of crop health.

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