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Pitney Bowes to Provide Australian Community With Cloud-Based Info System; Brett de Chastel Comments

Pitney Bowes will provide its MapInfo technology to Queensland, Australia’s Noosa Shire Council as a geographic information systems platform for programs on planning, environment and emergency response, among others. GeoCommunity Spatial News reported Friday the cloud-based MapInfo Stratus mapping offering is expected to provide the community with 24/7 access to services from any location. “The Pitney Bowes MapInfo solution will …

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FAA Approves Texas A&M Corpus Christi UAS to Survey Campus; Kathryn Funk-Baxter Comments

Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi will use its unmanned aircraft system platform to map both main campus and Momentum campus infrastructure after receiving approval from the Federal Aviation Administration. The “Island University” said Friday that its geographic information science and geospatial surveying engineering students have helped with projects in areas such as utility mapping and …

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Paul Knudsen: Globecomm Extends Force Tracking System Work for NATO

Globecomm has been awarded a $9.6 million contract to continue providing tracking system services for NATO’s Communications and Information Agency. The company will perform communication and onsite support services for NATO’s GPS-based force tracking system that works to monitor data and messaging traffic, Globecomm said Tuesday. NATO uses the tracking …

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Lockheed Launches Mobile App for USASEF Festival Attendees

Students that attend the USA Science & Engineering Festival can download a mobile app that is designed to contain information about the technologies and demonstrations at the event. Lockheed Martin‘s USASEF mobile app is available for download through iTunes and Google Play and will be live April 26 and April …

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