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N17-05-21-japan-QZSS
19 May 2017

Japan's domestic navigation system, the Quasi-Zenith Satellite System (QZSS), was designed as GPS augmentation system allowing for centimetre level accuracy when supplementing existing GPS data.

N17-05-21-freightliner-truck-autonomous
18 May 2017

Self-driving trucks have been on the radar for a long time, but the technology is rapidly advancing. Australian fleets are expected to be early adopters due to the size of the country.

N17-05-21-IGS2016report
17 May 2017

The 2016 IGS Technical Report – a comprehensive overview of the activities within the IGS – is now available for viewing and download via the IGS ... read more

N17-05-14-Drugs-and-GPStechnology
11 May 2017

Despite the use of advanced technology by authorities to combat drug smuggling to the United States, organised crime groups in Latin America are still using basic technology to elude them. 

N17-05-14-digital-earth-australia
10 May 2017

Hidden deep within the recent Australian Federal Budget were details for establishing a new service to deliver updated satellite imagery to all Australians.

N17-05-21-SonyCCD
9 May 2017

Sony has developed a CCD image sensor that can help autonomous cars make sense of electronic road signs and see better when transitioning between dark tunnels and daylight.

N17-05-07-GoogleMappingStartup
5 May 2017

A mile away from where Google builds the maps used by people around the world, a 25-person startup is trying to do something similar for robots.

N17-05-07-LAGEOS
4 May 2017

Could this be one of the most beautiful satellites ever made? In fact it is one of twins, as there are two of these jewelled spheres orbiting Earth.

N17-05-07-CanberraGoogleCar
3 May 2017

Fleets of self-driving cars hitting the road in the next four years could upset the rollout of the second stage of Canberra's light rail network, one of the speakers at an upcoming transport forum has warned.

N17-05-07-GPSWorld-USSurveyors&Datums
3 May 2017

We will continue to see advances in hardware and software along with new interfaces and ways to collect and display survey data almost daily, and we will continue to deal with adaptation.

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