StreetMapper Helps Power Growth for AAM in India

Global geospatial service provider AAM Group has reported an increase in both profit and team capacity following the introduction of mobile mapping system StreetMapper. AAM Group started using the Mobile Laser Scanning (MLS) technology from supplier 3D Laser Mapping at the end of 2015 after similar success for the company’s South

IGRSM to host 8th geospatial, remote sensing conference

The 8th annual Institution of Geospatial and Remote Sensing Malaysia (IGRSM) International Conference and Exhibition on Geospatial & Remote Sensing will be held April 13–14 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, supporting organizer Science & Technology Research Institute for Defence (STRIDE)announced in a news release. The conference, themed “Geospatial on the Go,” is aimed at

ASTM International and Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC®) to Jointly Develop Standards and More through MOU

1 April 2016. ASTM International and the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC®) will collaborate on developing and disseminating standards, best practices, and other tools that support the growing geospatial industry. The organizations plan to work together in areas such as data acquisition and dissemination, location-based services, and unmanned (autonomous) navigation. Daniel Smith, vice

Shri J P Nadda launches GIS-enabled HMIS application, self-printing of e-CGHS Card A significant steps towards Digital India and for easy access of health services to the common man”: Shri J P Nadda

Shri J P Nadda, Union Minister of Health and Family Welfare launched two major Digital initiatives to provide easy access to health services to the public: GIS-enabled HMIS application and the self-printing of e-CGHS cards, here today. Launching these initiatives of the Health Ministry, the Union Minister stated that the

GIS-based road cutting system

The next time your road is being dug up and you want to find out whether it is legal, all you need to do is visit the BBMP website and click on Road Cutting (multi agency) on the homepage (http://218.248.45.164/home). The GIS powered application has all road cutting permissions availed superimposed