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I am having this dream for quite some time now: to wander all around Pakistan once before getting married… And I hope to turn this dream into reality any time now. I am planning for it these days: getting things done, finishing client projects, and buying necessary stuff. It will be quite an experience. I…

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Map data at Google Maps, Google Earth and Google Maps Mobile comes from various data sources. These sources include the official map data for most of the countries that usually comes from their survey departments. Google is now replacing the purchased/hired map data with their intellectual proprietorial data coming through contributions from Google Map Maker. Since Google Map…

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We brought you series of four videos titled Geospatial Revolution that explains you that how geospatial data plays a vital role in daily life. The raid in hunt of Osama Bin Laden in first week of May brought most of the commercial satellites into motion to take the immediate captures. GeoEye’s satellite IKONOS captured the…

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We wrote about 3 episodes of Geospatial Revolution that is a public knowledge project by PennState Public Broadcasting. The fourth and final episode is here. This episode has also been divided into four chapters. – Monitoring a changing climate – Preventing Hunger – Tracking Disease – Mapping Power to the people You can watch all…

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* A milestone, all thanks to Bin Laden’s death perhaps that Google has “pre-announced” satellite imagery update for first time ever. This imagery update as expected includes the updated imagery for Abbottabad town of Pakistan that has gained attentions in recent days. This latest imagery update of Abbottabad, Pakistan is courtesy of GeoEye who released…

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The latest satellite imagery update for Google mapping products is here. The updates actually was released on 18th April 2011 while it was announced at Google Lat-Long blog only on 26th April 2011. You can download this KML (Google Earth format) file and surf the updated areas marked in red rectangular. The satellite imagery again…

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While exploring through latest satellite imagery updates, it was amazing to discover the noticeable development progress for New Islamabad International Airport (Officially Gandhara International Airport). As usual, limited information access to public by government and so limited coverage by media, the exact location and progress of the airport has been a myth. The latest satellite…

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There is huge imagery update from Google to its mapping products. This update titled as Imagery Update: Japan & beyond covering the high resolution satellite imagery for Japan specifically for areas hit by recent earthquake & tsunami disaster. Google describes the level of urgency to imagery updates for Japan as follows: It was just two…

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