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Wealth is visible from space. You can't see fancy cars or mega-mansions. Yet you can still make out wealth by comparing the patches of light that emanate brightly from some places, like the United States, to the expanses of darkness that blanket others, like Pakistan. From...

source: Wired

The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency has made a point of hitching its operations to the recent boom in open source data. The intelligence community's mapping agency has in the last few months released a software toolkit for crowdsourcing on GitHub and created a website...

source: FCW

St. Louis officials said they are poised to start using eminent domain to put together a large swath of land in an effort to lure the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency northwest of downtown. The long-expected...

source: St. Louis Post-Dispatch

The ION GNSS+ 2015 Conference once again fielded a jam-packed agenda of papers on subjects from world-wide constellation updates, through GNSS integrity, indoor navigation demonstrations, multi-constellation/function chipsets, interference...

source: GPS World

Operational responsibility for two recently launched Galileo satellites has been handed over to the Galileo Control Center in Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany. Launched Sept. 11, Galileo spacecraft numbers 9 and 10 (fully operational capability satellites 5 and 6) passed their...

source: Inside GNSS

According to a recent RAND Corporation study, prison inmates who receive general education and vocational training are significantly less likely to return to prison after release, and are more likely to find employment, than peers who do not receive training. With that in...

source: Directions Magazine


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