Vol. X, Issue 3, March 2014

SBASs: Striving towards seamless satellite navigation

V Somasundaram, Jean-Marc Pieplu, Carmen Aguilera, Didier Flament, Deane Bunce, Dr Takeyasu Sakai, Gi Wook Nam, Frédéric LECAT

Potential use of GBAS techniques to improve SBAS signal quality monitoring

Markus Schenk, Keerthi Narayana, Hua Su

Retrospective Gap Filling – the Easy-OBU Way

Florian Kressler, Hannes Stratil, Jörg Pfi ster, Roman Srp, Zuzana Belinová

Geospatial data sharing in Pakistan: Possibilities and problems

Asmat Ali, Munir Ahmad

ICT as a catalyst of urban transformation

A K Jain
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Vol. X, Issue 2, February 2014

Solar cycle 24 and SBAS impacts

Norbert Suard, Françoise Carvalho, Etienne Rifa, Mikael Mabilleau, Emilien Robert, Philippe Yaya

Vision-based sensor for relative navigation

Alexandre Pollini

TUSAGA-Aktif: Delivering benefits to Turkey

Sedat Bakici, Cetin Mekik

Space-based Precipitation Radar for Spatio-temporal Hydrology Analysis

M Rizaludin Mahmud, Shinya Numata, Hiroshi Matsuyama, Tetsuro Hosaka, Mazlan Hashim

GIS & GPS in micro-spatial location analysis of solid waste disposal sites

Anand Gopagani, Deepthi Guntuka, Vijaya Bhole

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Urban areas garbage is collected either by a government agency or private contractor. Garbage disposal constitutes a basic and expected service or function of urban local body.

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Continuously Operating Reference Stations (CORS) networks have been utilized for the last two decades in most developed and some developing countries by surveyors, geomatics and earth scientists and engineers. They handle Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) data which support three dimensional positioning not only

Feb 2014 | No Comment

For space faring nations or group of nations, maintaining their autonomy in the engineering of technologies allowing the success of exploration missions is mandatory. This article focuses on one of these technologies…

Feb 2014 | No Comment

The solar activity generates Electromagnetic radiations and Energetic Charged Particles in addition to the Galactic Cosmic Radiation that directly impact the earth magnetosphere and then the ionosphere.

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In the last two decades, Kenya has faced a rising degree of vulnerability to the risk of disaster. Risk is the probability of a hazard turning into a disaster, with households or communities being affected in such a manner that their lives and livelihoods are seriously disrupted beyond their capacity to cope or withstand using their own resources…