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The rapid pace of change in the geospatial world can be breathtaking. Blink and software has been updated, data sets have been added and new sensors have come online. Typically agencies and organizations change and evolve at a slower pace, but if you haven't been paying...

source: Directions Magazine

We're awash in digital maps that have opened up the world in unexpected and sometimes still breathtaking ways. Maps on our phones and computers give us directions, tell us where the nearest burrito shop is and even let us virtually wander the backstreets of Ulaanbaatar or...

source: Ozy

The neutrino and its antimatter cousin, the antineutrino, are the tiniest subatomic particles known to science. These particles are byproducts of nuclear reactions within stars (including our sun), supernovae, black holes and human-made...


Europe's latest Galileo satellites are fully fueled and ready to be attached to the upper stage of the Soyuz rocket that will carry them into space next month. Galileo satellites 9 and 10 are due to launch at 04:08 GMT on Sept. 11 (02:08...

source: Inside GNSS

There was a time when all data wanted to be free. That was followed by all data wanted to be open. Then we moved to all data made accessible via a cloud-based and software integrated marketplace. Each of these data trends still exist and...

source: Sensors & Systems

Sony is developing an unmanned aerial vehicle that lifts off and lands vertically like a helicopter (also known as a VTOL craft for vertical take-off and landing.) The VTOL drone is being developed with a Tokyo robotics firm under a collaborative company called Aerosense. The...

source: GPS World


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