Vol. XII, Issue 4, April 2016
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Towards a modernized geodetic datum for Nepal

Chris Pearson, Niraj Manandhar

An analysis of the Turkish Cadastre in view of the Cadastre 2014 Vision

Mehmet CETE

Local GNSS Monitoring

A Guilloton, B Montagne

Review of Normalized Difference Vegetation Index (NDVI) as an Indicator of Drought

Rishiraj Dutta
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Vol. XII, Issue 3, March 2016
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Rescue Magic – A true tale of search and rescue

Rick Hamilton

An analytical assessment of a GNSS-based train integrity solution

A Neri, F Rispoli, P Salvatori

The importance of hydrographic surveying

Surv Isaac Larbie

Cadastre as a crucial component of SDI ensuring sustainable development

Ludmila Pietrzak, Elzbieta Bielecka

Planning MSW landfill site using GIS based multi-criteria evaluation

Shashi Shekhar


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The vulnerability of GNSS to radio frequency interference and spoofing becomes more and more of concern for navigation applications which require a high level of accuracy and reliability…

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Introduction contains sections of status about the GNSS satellites, back ground of GNSS–based positioning methods, Threats in positioning and description of faults.

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The requirements on human resources in GNSS are at least two-fold: On the one hand very specialized engineers are needed; on the other hand generalists are needed…

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On November 18, 2015, the Quasi-Zenith Satellite System Service Co., Ltd. (QSS) conducted an experiment in Kyoto, Japan using a quasi-zenith satellite system…

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A strong earthquake (7.8 RS) hit Nepal in 11.55 am Saturday, April 25, 2015 with epicenter in an area near Barpak village, Gorkha district, which followed by many powerful aftershocks…