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Ban-ki Moon, the Secretary-General of the United Nations, has now formally approved the appointment of Stefan Schweinfest as director of the United Nations Statistics Division (UNSD) and, thus, the Secretariat of the United Nations Committee of Experts on Global Geospatial Information Management (UN-GGIM). »»
Getmapping Acquires Promap Civil Engineering
As part of its continued expansion into Africa, Getmapping has acquired Promap Civil Engineering Surveys, based in Pretoria. Promap is a leading supplier of aerial and ground survey services across Southern Africa. The acquisition complements Getmapping’s existing wholly owned African subsidiary, Geosense, by increasing the aerial Lidar survey capacity within the group. The acquisition of Promap also adds a fixed-wing survey aircraft plus large format Lidar and an established ground survey team to the group’s capabilities. »»
  22/07/2014
Following the tradition of previous Asian Conferences on Remote Sensing (ACRS) held since 2010, an international student summer school will be organised after the ACRS 2014, which will take place at Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar, from 1-5 November 2014. This will be the 12th ISPRS Student Consortium and WG VI/5 Summer School, co-organised by the ACRS 2014 and the Asian Association on Remote Sensing (AARS). »»
 
  22/07/2014
Hexagon Geosystems, a division of Hexagon, which is a leading global provider of design, measurement and visualisation technologies, has acquired the French company Geodata Diffusion, making the company a wholly owned subsidiary of Hexagon. »»
Bluesky Tree Map Helps Identify Diseases in UK Trees   22/07/2014
Bluesky, creator of the National Tree Map, is working with researchers at the University of Leicester, UK, to investigate the use of airborne mapping systems to identify diseases in trees. The health of UK forestry has been in the news for many years with Sudden Oak Death, Dutch Elm and more recently Ash Die Back and Red Band Needle Drop all generating headlines. »»
 
Nottingham Tram Extension Relies on Leica Precision Technology   21/07/2014
A pioneering, mechanised system for track construction, developed by Alstom Transport and Leica Geosystems, is driving the speedy, high-accuracy delivery of two new tram lines for Nottingham Express Transit (NET). Construction work features Appitrack (Automatic Plate and Pin Insertion), an automated system designed to lay concrete slab track and insert base plates with speed, certainty and to millimetre accuracy. Leica Viva TS15 total stations and Leica PaveSmart3D software position, guide and control the concrete paver and base plate insertion vehicle as they progress in convoy. »»
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3D City Model of Berlin

In October 2014 Berlin hosts Intergeo. This video shows Germany's capital in the third dimension: The city has been mapped in 3D format with photorealistic facades.

 

 

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