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Geographic information systems are powerful tools, but they have one major drawback for first responders — GIS programs can be as complex as they are powerful. "One thing I noticed was that the people making the maps are always the GIS geeks, and they weren't always...

source: GCN

Amazon sparked interest in drones more than a year and a half ago when it revealed on "60 Minutes" a program to use drones to deliver packages within 30 minutes. Since then the Amazon Prime Air engineers have kept a low profile as they...

source: The Washington Post

The national association of private-sector geospatial firms has released a "Best Practices Guideline" for how member companies should handle geospatial data to protect individual citizen privacy. The MAPPS guideline was drafted by a task force led by new MAPPS President...

source: Point of Beginning

Modeling and simulation support both training and command and control activities in militaries worldwide. Both functions suffer from lack of standardized M&S access to diverse sources of geospatial data. Militaries incur high M&S expenses, quite often due to redundant data...

source: C4ISRNET

The availability of several GNSSes promises advanced positioning, navigation, and timing services with higher availability and improved accuracy. According to a European GNSS Agency market study, nearly 60 percent of receivers, chipsets and modules already support at least...

source: Inside GNSS

Two BeiDou navigation satellites were launched into medium Earth orbit on Saturday, July 25, at 12:29:04.411 UTC, according to a Forum blog. The satellites are drifting to their designated orbits. U.S. Joint Space Operations Center / NORAD is tracking...

source: GPS World


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