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GITA is pleased to announce it will partner on two new major North America events in 2015. In addition, under the auspices of the United Nations, GITA's GECCo program will go international for the first time in Hanoi, Viet Nam during November 2014. Taken together with the...

source: GITA

Despite massive advances in cartographic technology over the past decade, a huge number of large cities around the world remain digitally uncharted territories. Places from Dar es Salaam, Tanzania's largest city with a population of 4.4...

source: Fast Company

The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency is a little-known organization under the Defense Department's purview that provides geospatial intelligence to the spy community. Now it is moving from providing maps to focusing on analysis.

source: RT

Pushed by Congress to upgrade to M-code, the U.S. Army is earmarking money for the new capability even as sequestration is forcing programs cuts, according to the service's top acquisition official. "We are heading towards the M-code...

source: Inside GNSS

On Sept. 27, the first two Galileo Full Operational Capability satellites were handed over from the European Space Agency's Space Operations Centre in Darmstadt, Germany, to the Galileo Control Centre, Oberpfaffenhofen, which will care for them pending a final decision on...

source: GPS World

It seems as if every few months there is a new buzzword that sweeps across industries — for example, the Internet of Things. IoT grew out of the Machine to Machine space, yet it has the potential to transform a much broader...

source: Smart Grid News


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