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The Finnish Geospatial Research Institute at the National Land Survey is among the first to have developed a GNSS-receiver capable of PRS reception.
Each year, the National Land Survey reports on its social responsibilities in accordance with the GRI G4 guidelines. This year, the theme of the report is information.
Book Tuesday 7 November 2017 for GIS Expo! GIS Expo will be organised as a one-day event this year.
The new Maanmittauslaitos.fi website is launched.
The Finnish open-source map platform Oskari reached the top 4 in a contest organised by the European Commission.
Initial services of the European Galileo global navigation satellite system (GNSS) were officially taken into use on 14 December 2016.
The Finnish Transportation Agency has commissioned FGI at the National Land Survey to create a reference system for coordinates and heights for the locks on the Finnish side and the leased area of the Saimaa canal.
The National Land Survey (NLS) has released a completely new version of its popular MapSite service.
According to technology writer and Harvard alumnus fellow Doc Searls, the internet is a “teenager.” If we measure in human years, perhaps it is a young adult.
DroneFinland's unmanned airborne vehicles (UAVs or drones) have collected much remote sensing data this summer.