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NAU Scientist Uses Remote Sensing to Detect Groundwater in Drought-stricken East Africa

Drought is a condition when a region notes a deficiency in its water supply whether surface or underground water. A drought can last for months or years, or may be declared


Putting Disease on the Map

Esri Book Offers a Sweeping Historical Overview of Medical Mapping in a New, Expanded Edition of Cartographies of Disease: Maps, Mapping, and Medicine January 31, 2017 – Redlands, California—The new


Fiji Adopted GIS to Help in Improving Natural Disaster Risk Development

According to the recent news reported by The Fiji Times Online, the office of the Commissioner Western will have access to information which will help in the visualization of the


UC Santa Cruz Police Department has Launched Crime Mapping Website

According to recent news by the UC Santa Cruz, the UC Santa Cruz Police Department has launched a new website mapping crime reports on the UC Santa Cruz campus community.  The new website


GeoSLAM Launches Desktop V3

GeoSLAM is delighted to announce the launch of Desktop V3, the latest release of their industry leading SLAM registration software. January 31, 2017 – GeoSLAM Desktop V3 builds on the success


Siemens and Bentley Systems Agree to Jointly Offer Planning and Design Solutions for Utilities

San Diego, U.S.A. – DistribuTECH 2017 – Building on the strategic alliance between Siemens and Bentley Systems that was made public in November 2016, Siemens’ Energy Management Division and Bentley


ICLR Webinar on Canadian Wildland Fire Interface Maps: Tools for Wildland Fire Protection

Canadian wildland fire interface maps: Tools for wildland fire protection of our communities, industries, and infrastructure Feb 17, 2017 10:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada) Wildland fires have


Indian Economic Survey 2017 Indicated ULBs Can Use Satellite Imagery for Property Mapping

According to recently report by the MonetControl Bureau – The Economic Survey 2017 indicated that the urban local bodies could use satellite imagery to map properties and generate additional revenue


Ordnance Survey International Helps the UAE Manage Climate Change

Ordnance Survey International and Deimos Space UK are to work with the Mohammed bin Rashid Space Centre in Dubai to help the United Arab Emirates (UAE) improve how it plans and