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GIS Resources Magazine (Issue 2 | June 2020): Geospatial Technologies in Forensic Investigations

  GIS Resources is pleased to announce the release of its 2nd edition (June 2020) of the print and digital magazine. The edition titled “Geospatial Technologies in Forensic Investigations” focuses on the

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GIS Resources Magazine (Issue 1 | March 2020): Geospatial Technologies to Preserve Heritage Monuments

    GIS Resources is pleased to announce the release of its 1st edition (March 2020) of the print and digital magazine. The edition titled “Geospatial Technologies to Preserve Heritage Monuments” focuses

Editor's Note

Geospatial Technologies for Infrastructure Construction & Monitoring

    In an earlier editorial, on the concept and creation of smart cities, I had stated that ‘Most of the works or projects currently being taken up under the

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Geospatial Technologies Will Play an Increasing Role in Rural Development

    Rural development is a complex mix of fulfilling rural aspirations and providing opportunities and avenues to sustain their growth. Rural development is largely dependent on the demography &

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AGI & NRSC Sign MoU for Promoting National Development Through the Adoption of Geospatial Technologies

Hyderabad, India, December 21, 2017: Association of Geospatial Industries (AGI), a not-for-profit industry association representing the geospatial industry of India signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the National Remote

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Development Is Required but Environment Preservation Is A Concern

    To develop is to move forward. Conserving whatever is left of the Environment is equally important. Development is local/regional. Impact of environmental degradation is global. Development adversely impacts

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FICCI Report Highlights Importance of Geospatial Technologies in India

A report released by the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) suggested that the need-based pull for usage of geospatial tools and data has begun. From the

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Journal of Geography Article Earns National Council for Geographic Education Accolade

Esri Education Manager Tom Baker Co-Authors Best Article for Geography Program Development Redlands, California—A joint effort from Esri Education manager Tom Baker and a research group of seven university faculty

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UNITAR: Geospatial Technologies for Flood and Drought Management in East Africa

In the past decade, countries in East Africa have experienced several flood and drought related disasters. These events have led to severe economic and livelihood loss, which in turn greatly

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UNESCO and UNITAR-UNOSAT Signed an Agreement to Protect Heritage Using Geospatial Technologies

UNESCO and UNITAR (the UN Institute for Training and Research) have signed an agreement to protect cultural and natural heritage sites with the latest geospatial technologies.  It was signed at