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On Oct. 7, a Tunisian cargo ship is reported to have struck the hull of a Cypriot container ship in waters north of the French island of Corsica. There were no casualties, but the collision caused a fuel leak that resulted in an oil slick about 20 kilometers long. Although...

source: Sensors & Systems

Are we there? In a multi-GNSS world, that is. We've asked that question from time to time in this column over the years. So, are we there yet? That depends. One definition of "multi" is more than one. In this sense, we were in a...

source: GPS World

At the ESA/JRC International Summer School on GNSS in Austria last month, one of the participants asked us during the evening panel &mdahs; where they can address any kind of question to the lecturers and experts — What does satellite navigation look like in 50 and...

source: Inside GNSS

I've said it before and I'll say it again: attending the Commercial UAV Expo is the closest you'll get to drinking out of a fire hose, data-stream-wise, without incurring physical damage. I'm talking metric tons of new and cool UAS stuff. This year I had the honor to be...

source: xyHt

The construction industry is having a difficult time finding skilled workers. The problem is on a global scale as most countries have to import labor, which is rarely skilled enough to handle the job. This is why companies have now turned...

source: GIS User

The Regional Committee of the United Nations Global Geospatial Information Management in Africa ended with experts urging African leaders to prioritize dialogues that need to take place to ensure national statistical,...

source: Africa News


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