AAM Geospatial Pte Ltd will be open regarding fresh place seeing that 3D DIGITAL CITY MODELERS throughout Singapore begin as January 2017. Everybody who’s thinking about completing this kind of nonincome producing, you should engage in this particular 3D DIGITAL CITY MODELERS January 2017 recruitment within Singapore. It truly is recommended for everyone members to organize many essential prerequisites just for this employment recruitment method, for the reason that method will be needing someone to give suitable standards which the organization would like due to this location. Read More
Organised by: • Dep. of Civil, Environmental & Geomatic Engineering - University College London (UCL) In association with:• Location Information Specialist Group - BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT• 3D GIS Special Interest Group - Association for Geographic Information (AGI) The day will be split into two parts. The morning session will focus on 3D GIS, starting with a short lecture introducing the topic, followed by an overview of current research trends in 3D GIS. This will be followed by a practical session where you’ll learn how to create a 3D City Model using FME software, and visualise this model in Esri’s ArcScene. The afternoon session will commence with a short introduction to Building Information Modelling and how it is similar to, and different from, 3D GIS. Read More
NASA scientists are crisscrossing the globe in 2017 – from a Hawaiian volcano to Colorado mountain tops and west Pacific islands – to investigate critical scientific questions about how our planet is changing and what impacts humans are having on it. Field experiments are an important part of NASA’s Earth science research. Scientists worldwide use the agency’s field data, together with satellite observations and computer models, to tackle environmental challenges and advance our knowledge of how the Earth works as a complex, integrated system.
The European Transportation GIS Summit - Berlin 2017 - is the region’s largest gathering of GIS practitioners from road, rail, aviation, public transport, and maritime organizations. This two-day event is packed with valuable opportunities to network, collaborate, and learn from peers and leading solution providers—delivering innovative solutions to your current and future challenges. Read More
On Dec. 22, scientists received preliminary data from the outboard magnetometer (MAG) instrument aboard NOAA's GOES-16 satellite! GOES-16 was formerly known as GOES-R. MAG observations of Earth's geomagnetic field strength are an important part of NOAA’s space weather mission, with the data used in space weather forecasting, model validation and for developing new space weather models. The GOES-16 MAG samples five times faster than previous GOES magnetometers, which increases the range of space weather phenomena that can be measured.
Aleph Objects, Inc., recently named the #1 fastest-growing privately held U.S. computer hardware company by Inc. Magazine, expanded its executive team. The company named a new President, Harris Kenny, and promoted its Chief Operating Officer, Steven Abadie, to an expanded role. The company’s founder and CEO, Jeff Moe, remains actively involved in daily operations.
Through this video competition, ISDE aims to create awareness among the young people about the vision and objectives of the International Society for Digital Earth. Using the fabulous creative of the young people ISDE wants to illustrate the objectives of ISDE through the vision of the young generation. We hope that this will be a starting point so that young researchers enter into the multiple fields of Digital Earth and jointly assist us in making Digital Earth a reality. Read More
The International GOM workshop series with 22 different locations from Asia to North America between January and April 2017 will be hosted in the United States by Capture 3D. The global GOM network created the event series to share cutting-edge process and metrology knowledge to design engineers, tool makers, and specialists from research & development, quality assurance, and production. During the workshop, attendees will experience how 3D measuring techniques are used in stamping, bending, drawing, pressing, and forming processes to guarantee consistent quality assurance. From determining the sheet metal properties, via accelerating tool-try-out and first article inspection, up to series-accompanying production control and trend analysis, you can expect all bases to be covered. Read More
AVEVA announced today the beginning of a very important partnership with two leading institutions in Vietnam, the Shipbuilding Industry Association (VISIA) and The School of Transportation Engineering of Hanoi University of Science and Technology (STE-HUST). These strategic partnerships will enable VISIA & STE-HUST to offer cutting edge engineering and design software to its members, as well as, support systematic training programs. These programs will be focused on software implementation in the oil & gas, petrochemical, power and marine industries throughout Vietnam.
This panorama features an interior view of the new Launch Control Center at the Sohae Satellite Launching Station. Click on the navigation buttons to explore the site and change angles. Panorama may take several minutes to load depending on internet connection, and requires Adobe Flash Player to view. View the slideshow below for additional angles of the room. Read More
Five years ago, the very high-resolution satellite Pléiades 1A was launched from the Guiana Space Center, joined by its twin Pléiades 1B a few months later. This was the start of what is known as the Pléiades constellation, which makes it possible to create imagery product of every point of the globe at a 50cm resolution within a few hours and to guarantee a daily revisit, with more than one million km² acquired each day.
As much as James Bond is defined by his outlandish gadgets, one of the most important tools for real-life spies is actually much less flashy: maps. Whether used to gather information or plan an attack, good maps are an integral part of the tradecraft of espionage. Now, to celebrate 75 years of serious cartography, the Central Intelligence Agency has declassified and put decades of once-secret maps online. Read More