The National Geodetic Data Base (NGDB) is a national archive of more than 25,000 geodetic survey marks of national interest in Australia and it’s external territories (including Antarctica).
Archives for October 2004
I am Looking for SPONSOR lo launch a website dedicated to develop interactive maps, for the internet, cd-rom, kiosks, etc.
October 28, 2004 – Digital Data Services, Inc will be exhibiting at the TechnoFest and Prospect Fair in Denver, Colorado.
With Intergraph GeoMedia technology, city departments and neighboring counties share data effortlessly. We look at the challenges faced, the objectives, and the solution.
A recent announcement from ESRI boasted how their technology would be used by CBS in their computer mapping of the US Presidential election. This will be another great plug for the industry at-large as millions of network viewers will be exposed to the benefits of geospatial technologies. Read on for details of this and some […]
New Portable GPS Unit Has Up to 300% More Battery Power and Can Last 3 Weeks
Whether they are sampling water along the Saint John River, measuring air pollutants from a Halifax factory, or monitoring harlequin duck habitat in Labrador, Environment Canada’s employees in the Atlantic Region are working hard to enhance the quality of the natural environment around them.
WALNUT CREEK, CA and ROCKVILLE, MD, October 28, 2004-GlobeXplorer, the leading provider of online aerial and satellite imagery, this week announced the latest addition to its archive: EarthSat’s NaturalVue 2000 collection of 15-meter satellite orthophotos covering the entire globe.
(Dulles, VA, October 26, 2004) ORBIMAGE Inc. (ORBM) today announced that it has received notice from the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (“NGA”) that a protest of ORBIMAGE’s recent award for the development and launch of a satellite under NGA’s NextView Second Vendor Program has been filed before the Government Accountability Office by New SI, LLC, a […]
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. – October 27, 2004 – Google Inc. (Nasdaq: GOOG) today announced it acquired Keyhole Corp., a Mountain View, Calif.-based digital mapping company.