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DOST’s new mobile app seeks to bring space closer to Filipinos

In a bid to spark the interest of Filipinos in the country’s space programs, the DOST’s Advanced Research Institute launched the ASTI Virtual Reality Simulation mobile app last Wednesday, August 25.

DOST unveils ‘social sensing’ photo-sharing mobile app

The data collected by the Kooha app are used to draw out insights and generate new knowledge and technologies that can be used across sectors, the DOST-ASTI said.

DOST satellite project enhances PH terrestrial, maritime monitoring

The Synthetic Aperture Radar and Automatic Identification System for Innovative Terrestrial Monitoring and Maritime Surveillance (SAR with AIS) Project has improved the country’s terrestrial and maritime monitoring and the applications of the project’s data are numerous.

FEU Diliman picked as site for DOST wireless weather station

The DOST’s ULAT (Understanding Lightning and Thunderstorm) project can observe weather conditions at a microscale level (specific to cities or barangays) and forecast both the location and intensity of storms.

DOST rolling out projects on thermal scanners, distributed computing

The Advanced Science and Technology Institute (ASTI) of the DOST said it is currently working on a number Covid-19 projects including a non-contact temperature-taking device which uses a medical-grade sensor that can be utilized by frontliners.

PH-made nanosatellites, tech-infused thunderstorm project now underway

High-impact technologies -- from understanding lightning and thunderstorms to the first Filipino-made nanosatellites – are expected to be launched and deployed this year, according to the DOST.

Gov’t unveils PH’s largest satellite tracking antenna in Davao

The Ground Receiving Station (GRS) is located in Davao City and is the country’s largest satellite-tracking antenna to date.
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