Thomas Jarzombek, the Federal Government's coordinator for German Aerospace, describes the use of drones as "unmanned flight in the service of man, nature and society" in the foreword to the brochure of the same name published by the Federal Ministry of Economics and Energy.
Desert locusts eat their way through the harvests of the people in East Africa. Up to 20 million people are currently threatened by hunger. In an audio interview, Keith Cressman explains how he is trying to help fight them with the help of geodata.
New data, based on observations from the Copernicus Sentinel-5P satellite, are showing strong reductions in nitrogen dioxide concentrations over several major cities across Europe – including Paris, Madrid and Rome.
COVID-19 and the consequential lockdown shows us how little we understand from digitalization – but this is also a chance to grow, and a chance to re-build our working and living environment.
WINGCOPTER introduced itself in October 2016 in the start-up session at INTERAERIAL SOLUTIONS part of INTERGEO in Hamburg - and won first prize! Since then, the cargo drone of the has been taking off more and more frequently, transporting parcels, medicines and food over distances of up to 120 kilometres.
“A picture is worth a thousand words” – why should you still settle for simple sketches if you can now make use of digital 3D visualisation to place models in their real-life environment, implement them on a virtual basis and explore them up-close from every angle?
“In Germany, we have no strategic plan for digitalisation in building.” That’s the view of BIM expert Ilka May, who goes on to say that such a plan is required as a matter of urgency, as building information management will otherwise generate only costs rather than value. It’s time for politicians to act, she insists.
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