Monthly Archives: November 2016

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CORAL Probes Great Barrier Reef

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The three-year COral Reef Airborne Laboratory (CORAL) mission will survey a portion of the world's coral reefs to assess the condition of these threatened ecosystems and understand their relation to the environment, including physical, chemical and human factors.

Launch of Trimble Ag Software

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Ben Allen, enterprise solutions lead for Trimble Agriculture, explains how Trimble’s new farm data management platform—Trimble Ag Software—simplifies management of data and helps farmers make informed, timely decisions.

AFL-CIO Building Investment Trust Presents Wolf Point West

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The AFL-CIO Building Investment Trust (BIT), which re-invests union retirement plans and pensions in real estate projects, poured $34 million into the $160 million Wolf Point West tower that opened earlier this year. BIT produced a new video highlighting their involvement in the Hines Interests and Joseph P. Kennedy Enterprises joint venture.

Atlas V WorldView Launch Broadcast Replay

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Watch a replay as the ULA's Atlas V launches the WorldView-4 launch for DigitalGlobe.

NASA’s MMS Satellite Breaks World GPS Record

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NASA's MMS mission now holds the Guinness World Record for highest altitude GPS fix: 43,500 miles above Earth’s surface.

Proposed Bus Terminal in NYC

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Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects proposed a relatively compact terminal to be built exclusively on Port Authority-owned land just west of the current facility between West 38th and West 40th streets that would cost $3.7 billion to construct.

SmallSats are the Next Big Thing

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NASA is about to launch six new next-generation Earth-observing small satellites — some as small as a loaf of bread. These tiny spacecraft are helping to foster creative and cost-effective approaches to studying our planet.

Commercial Drones Give A Bird’s Eye View for Inspections

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Commercial drones from Aerialtronics take flight with Watson IoT and cognitive visual recognition capabilities. Together, IBM Watson IoT and Aerialtronics can help companies open up expansive possibilities to gain insight in places not easily accessible to humans from monitoring city traffic patterns to inspecting wind turbines, oil rigs and cell tower optimization.