Safe Navigation for autonomous Robot systems Oliver Kurz, Manuel Stahl, Doris Aschenbrenner, Michael Fritscher, Robin Hess and Klaus Schilling | TUSAGA-Aktif and web-based online PPP services: A case study in Çorum Reha Metin ALKAN, Ě Murat OZULU, Veli ĚLÇĚ, F Engin TOMBUS and Murat SAHĚN | Up-to-dateness in Land Administration: Setting the Record Straight Ying Jing, Rohan Bennett and Jaap Zevenbergen | Spatial Data Infrastructure in the Sultanate of Oman Ahmed Hamood Mohammed | Georeferencing archive spy satellite images of Hungary Gábor Bakó and Eszter Góber | Download your copy of April 2014 issue!

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  NAVIGATION  
  Safe Navigation for autonomous Robot systems
Oliver Kurz, Manuel Stahl, Doris Aschenbrenner, Michael Fritscher, Robin Hess and Klaus Schilling
The project SiNafaR (German acronym for “Sichere Navigation für autonome Robotikplattformen”) aims for identifying requirements, legal aspects in Germany, and finding technological solutions for heterogeneous multiagent systems in the civilian sector, especially in the domain of security services covering large areas...
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  GEODESY  
 
TUSAGA-Aktif and web-based online PPP services: A case study in Çorum
Reha Metin ALKAN, Ě Murat OZULU, Veli ĚLÇĚ, F Engin TOMBUS and Murat SAHĚN
The results show that Network-RTK provides cm level accuracy, whilst PPP-derived coordinates converge to the results evaluated by relative technique with cm to dm level of accuracy...
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  LAND ADMINISTRATION  
  Up-to-dateness in Land Administration: Setting the Record Straight
Ying Jing, Rohan Bennett and Jaap Zevenbergen
This paper is the first attempt to synthesize and clarify the various explanations of upto-datedness in land administration systematically. The findings prompt the initiation of viewing up-to-datedness in land administration from the temporal perspective ....
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  SDI  
 
Spatial Data Infrastructure in the Sultanate of Oman
Ahmed Hamood Mohammed
This article attempts to fill in the gaps in the Sultanate of Oman’s National Spatial Data Infrastructure initiative project...
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  IMAGING  
 
Georeferencing archive spy satellite images of Hungary
Gábor Bakó and Eszter Góber
The Corona satellites were used for photographic surveillance beginning in June 1959 and ending in May 1972...
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