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LiDAR Aerial Photo Bluesky Aerial Survey Helps Malta Develop GeoSpatial Infrastructure

July 31, 2018 – Aerial mapping company Bluesky has captured aerial photography and 3D map coverage of Malta. Working alongside tender lead IIC Technologies and Ordnance Survey, Bluesky captured ultra-high resolution

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IIT-Roorkee Professor Develops New Technology for Aerial Survey  

According to recent news by the Hindustan Times, Professor Kamal Jain at the civil engineering department of the IIT used a drone for taking videos with an interactive web map to demonstrate

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Aerial LiDAR Survey of Rail Corridor Between Mumbai and Ahmedabad

According to recent news reported by TOI, The railways will use LiDAR technology -aerial survey using a chopper -to speed up work on India’s first high-speed train corridor between Mumbai

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Geological Survey of India Finds Huge Gold Deposits

Karnataka – According to recent news by the Deccan Herland, the Geological Survey of India (GSI) has found large gold deposits spread over 600 sq km between Shikaripur in Shivamogga

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Central Government Directs Chandigarh to Complete Aerial Mapping Project Within 1 Year

According to recent news by The Indian Express, The Union government on has directed the Chandigarh administration to complete the project of digitization of land records in the city within the

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Tree Crown Delineation a New App to Monitor Trees

The latest drone app, Tree Crown Delineation automatically identifies individual tree crowns in your aerial survey. It also generates a geospatial layer of tree crowns with overall health level and

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Chandigarh Begins UAV Based Aerial Survey of Properties

According to the recent news by The Indian Express, Chandigarh has become the first city in the country to conduct an aerial survey of properties using drones. The Chandigarh administration

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Kenya to Launch Aerial Survey of Minerals

According to recent news by the Standard Digital, Kenya will be launching an aerial survey to map out its minerals following a budgetary allocation of Sh 3 billion in the 2016-2017

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Drones Will Survey Progress for Railway Project

Indian Railways, for the first time, used drones to inspecting a mega rail project and assess the progress on the ground. These drones, unmanned flying machines, will now be used

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Bluesky Sponsors UNESCO Biosphere Reserve Expansion in Kenya

Leicestershire, 16 February 2016 – Aerial mapping company Bluesky is aiding the expansion of a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve in Kenya. Working with Cranfield University, the UK-based aerial survey specialist will provide