Cost effective GNSS positioning techniques  Neil D Weston and Volker Schwieger | Road lane recognition using a precise digital map and GNSS Wooyong Kang, Eunsung Lee, Jae-Ik Park, MoonBeom Heo and Giwook Nam   |Implementation of a semi dynamic datum in New Zealand Graeme Blick and Don Grant | Geodesic based trajectories in navigation Adam Weintrit and Piotr Kopacz | Interview Alexander Wiechert | Download your copy of June 2011 issue!                                                          


Cost effective GNSS positioning techniques
Neil D. Weston, Volker Schwieger
The main focus of this paper is to describe the use of emerging technologies in a cost-effective way and to illustrate the cost advantages of these technologies. The advantages shown will hopefully encourage surveyors all over the world to establish cost effective surveying practices using GNSS positioning…

  The implementation of a semi dynamic datum in New Zealand
Don Grant, Graeme Blick
NZGD2000 has now operated in New Zealand for over 10 years. The use of a semi dynamic datum has been well accepted and its implementation and use have been relatively straight forward from a technical and geodetic perspective…


On geodesic based trajectories in navigation
Adam Weintrit and Piotr Kopacz
First part of this paper was published in May 11. We present here the concluding part...

Our customers can establish a successful business by flying an UltraCam
Alexander Wiechert, Business Director, Vexcel Imaging GmbH
We estimate that today little more than 400 digital photogrammetric cameras have been sold world-wide and that more than 300 of those are frame-based cameras. This is strong indication that the market has chosen frame cameras as the preferred concept. As of May 2011, 195 of these more than 300 photogrammetric frame cameras are UltraCam cameras...

  Industry news   Galileo update   Other News
First JAVAD GNSS technical competition. Learn and Win!

New NavCom dealer in Turkey

New GPS mapping solutions by CHC

GPS/GLONASS RTK receiver smaller than credit card by Septentrio

Leica SmartWorx Viva 3.5

Maptek starts operations in India

Spectra Precision introduces Ashtech MobileMapper 10

Singapore’s first micro satellite sends images

New LX-2 L-Band OEM Board by Hemisphere GPS

ESRI and DOI introduce Landsat data for the world

JAVAD calls on to protect GPS

'LBS on Aircel without a GPS enabled handset


Galileo prepares for October launch
The European Space Agency (ESA), Arianespace and the European Commission announced that the first two satellites of GALILEO, will be launched on October 20, 2011. This will be the first of a series of Galileo satellite launches by Arianespace from Europe's Spaceport in French Guiana [more]

EU lowers price tag for Galileo satellite project
The EU set the date for the launch of the first satellites in its Galileo global navigation system and said the long-delayed programme would come in below budget… [more]

ESA innovation prize for Sat Nav ideas with market potential
In sponsoring the ESA Innovation Prize in line with the European Satellite Navigation Competition (ESNC), the European Space Agency (ESA) is looking for business ideas that promote the commercial use of satellite navigation… [more]


India’s GSAT-8 satellite to help GAGAN

Troubled GPS Satellite SVN49 removed from Active Service

QUALCOMM to support Russian GLONASS

Microsoft's Skype acquisition

Nokia, CNN collaborate on news and mapping

E-cigarettes to fuel LBS business

New road maps by Survey of India

Russia upholds ban on high resolution data

South Korea raids Google offices

ISRO reaffirms Himalayan glaciers retreating

Venezuela to use Chinese technology in RS satellite

Trimble on acquisition spree


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