Vol. XI, Issue 2,Feburary 2015

Positioning, Navigation, and Timing (PNT) Governance - Required Improvements

Dana Allen Goward

Survey requirements for river flood assessment and spatial planning

Enrico C Paringit, Louie P Balicanta, Czar Jakiri Sarmiento

3D+t Acoustic Fields Modelling Based on Intelligent GIS

Vasily Popovich, Yuri Leontev, Victor Ermolaev, Dmitry Chirov, Oksana Smirnova

Tracking satellite footprints on Earth’s surface

Narayan Panigrahi, Raj Gaurav

A new approach for real-time structural monitoring

Elisa Benedetti, Mara Branzanti, Gabriele Colosimo, Augusto Mazzoni, Monica Moroni, Mattia Crespi

Monitoring the declination of surface water bodies using NDWI technique

Ajaya S Bharadwaja, Prof. Syed Ashfaq Ahmed

On module framework of VieVS and data processing for teaching and research

Erhu WEI, Shenquan TANG
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Vol. XI, Issue 1,January 2015

The new application of GEONET for multi-GNSS observation and height determination

Basara MIYAHARA, Tomoaki FURUYA, Tokuro KODAMA, Kensuke KOKADO, Toshihiro YAHAGI, Masaki MURAKAMI, Tetsuro IMAKIIRE

Integrating UAV in airspace: challenges and efforts

Shubhra Kingdang

UAV system with terrestrial geo-referencing for small area mapping

Hendriatiningsih SADIKIN, Asep Yusup SAPTARI, Rizki ABDULHARIS, Andri HERNANDI

Future Indian Space - Renewing Policy Dimensions

Dr Mukund Kadursrinivas Rao, Prof Sridhara Murthi K. R., Dr V S Ramamurthy

The Role of LIS in Instigating Development of a NSDI in Tanzania

Eric Mwaikambo, Dr Martin Hagai

Dec 2014 | No Comment

Trust lies at the heart of any relationship and certainly at the heart of any business relationship. It flows from concepts such as ‘my word is my bond’ and ‘you reap what you sow’. It is also said that trust is hard won but very easily lost and then very hard to recover…

Dec 2014 | No Comment

Valuation of real estate/ properties is in many countries/ cities the basis for fair taxation. The property value depends on many aspects, including the physical real world aspects (geometries, material of object as build) and legal/ virtual aspects (rights, restrictions, responsibilities, zoning/development plans applicable to the objects spaces). The aim of this study is to investigate the opportunities provided by the semantically rich 3D building and cadastral models for valuation and taxation. In this paper we investigate the following related aspects…

Dec 2014 | No Comment

The provision of public services is considered as one of the basic goals which city managements all over the world seek to realize. In particular, the provision of public services indicator is considered as one of the most important urban indicators which reflect the quality of life for city residents. In this regard, the High Commission for the Development of Arriyadh, that is responsible for planning and comprehensive development of the city, has approved an overall plan for coordination and provision of public services in Arriyadh city.

Dec 2014 | No Comment

The most basic operation of a vessel monitoring system is to determine the location of the vessel at a given time, and periodically send this information, usually by satellite, to a monitoring station ashore. Most of vessels are tracked using the purple finder. This finder uses various satellites like Inmarsat, Globalstar and Thuraya for tracking the vessel. INMARSAT-C has been the most considered choice, since INMARSAT transceiver is already fitted onboard many ocean-going vessels as required by GMDSS (Global Maritime Distress and safety System).

Dec 2014 | No Comment

Over the recent past, the vulnerability of Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) to interference has become a concerning issue (Mitch, 2011), (Pullen, 2012). Nowadays, illegal portable jamming devices are becoming popular to protect the user from being tracked by GNSS in their vehicle. These so-called personal privacy devices radiate different types of interference signals in the GNSS frequency bands and can make conventional receivers inoperable. Counter measures have to be taken to prevent strong interference from blocking the GNSS-receivers for safety critical applications.