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Tuesday, August 28th, 2007

Seoul Metropolitan Government to Exterminate Mosquitoes with GIS

MAEIL BUSINESS – Seoul Metropolitan Government is poised to introduce anti-mosquito system to exterminate mosquitoes in the city. An official from Seoul Government said on August 28, We plan to establish the DB system on major mosquito habitats that can be expressed upon the geographical information system (GIS) in order to remove mosquitoes from the city.

Tuesday, August 28th, 2007

Intergraph Extends India Team

HINDU BUSINESS LINE – Engineering and geospatial software development company Intergraph Consulting, a wholly owned subsidiary of Intergraph Corp, has expanded its team of software developers, certification teams and product support personnel in India. Full story

Monday, August 27th, 2007

Guidelines for LIFE+ Programme Call for Proposals

EOPORTAL – The European Commission has published draft application guidelines for the 2007 call for proposals under the LIFE+ programme. LIFE+, the new Financial Instrument for the Environment, entered into force in June 2007. It comprises three components: “LIFE+ Nature & Biodiversity”, “LIFE+ Environment Policy & Governance” and “LIFE+ Information & Communication”. GMES is explicitly

Monday, August 20th, 2007

Environmental Impact Becomes Art

San Francisco-based artist, David Maisel, has turned large-scale aerial images that show the impact of human activities into art. His show is called Black Maps and it is scheduled to appear at the National Academy of Sciences Rotunda Gallery in Washington, D.C., from Sept. 4 to Dec. 5, 2007.  The artist illustrates the complexity of

Friday, August 17th, 2007

U.S. Releases Plan for National Land Imaging Program

PRESS RELEASE — The Bush Administration today announced the release of a plan for a U.S. National Land Imaging Program. The plan will serve as the framework for continuing the collection of moderate resolution multispectral remote sensing data for the globe. The new Program would be established at the Department of the Interior and would

Friday, August 17th, 2007

SRC Chosen by Lockheed Martin for TRACER Program

PRESS RELEASE — SRC Computers, Inc., a recognized leader in general purpose reconfigurable computing, has announced that it has been chosen by Lockheed Martin to provide both ground and airborne processing solutions for the U.S. Army’s Tactical Reconnaissance and Counter-Concealment Enabled Radar (TRACER) program. The $40 million TRACER contract was awarded to Lockheed Martin by

Thursday, August 16th, 2007

eSpatial and Geomatic Technologies Deliver in Australia

PRESS RELEASE — eSpatial, a global enterprise geospatial software and technology company in partnership with Geomatic Technologies (GT), one of Australia’s leading providers of location-based business intelligence solutions, information products and services, today announced the deployment of an advanced web editing pilot for the Department of Sustainability and Environment (DSE) in Victoria, Australia. The TOE

Wednesday, August 15th, 2007

Getmapping Releases Mobile Imagery API

PRESS RELEASE — Getmapping, the UK’s leading provider of aerial imagery, has announced today the release of an Imagery API for mobile devices. The API will give developers access to Getmapping’s complete archive of aerial photography of Britain, at a variety of zoom levels up to 12.5 cms per pixel. Because of the increased clarity

Tuesday, August 14th, 2007

3D Laser Mapping Helps Monitor De Beers Diamond Mine

PRESS RELEASE — De Beers is utilising the latest laser mapping technology from 3D Laser Mapping to improve safety at the world famous Kimberley diamond mine in South Africa. The state of the art SiteMonitor laser scanning system is designed to capture highly accurate slope measurements and will help identify potential failures within the pit

Tuesday, August 14th, 2007

Intermap Technologies Announces 3-D Map Product for GPS and Recreation Market

PRESS RELEASE — Intermap Technologies Corp. today announced the launch of AccuTerra, the Company’s newest product offering that provides existing outdoor GPS and PND products with 3D maps and off-road points-of-interest (POI) — integrated with interactive 3D rendering software. The product addresses a market that is currently limited to two-dimensional data and provides limited or

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