Serbia and Croatia ink agreement on exchange of satellite data

Serbia and Croatia on Thursday signed an agreement on the exchange of satellite data which, with precise navigation and automatic control of construction and agricultural machinery, will enable huge savings.

The agreement was signed by the director of the Serbian Geodetic Authority, Borko Draskovic, and the director of the Croatian State Geodetic Administration, Danko Markovinovic.

Pursuant to the agreement, construction companies, agricultural producers, scientific institutions, state and local government units and other users of processed satellite navigation data will now have more reliable positioning data in border regions between the two countries.

Last update: Thu, 02/06/2016 - 15:34
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