Volume XIII, Issue 05, May 2017
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Robust Signal Processing for GNSS

Daniele Borio

Smart Counting – Oil Palm tree inventory with UAV

Bahareh Kalantar, Mohammed Oludare Idrees, Shattri Mansor, Alfian Abdul Halins

MTCAS: An e-Navigation Assistance System for Cooperative Collision Avoidance at Sea

Christian Denker, Axel Hahn

Design and integration of a lightweight multirotor UAV for remote sensing applications

Chirag Gupta, Dibyajyoti Chutia, Victor Saikhom, Puyam S Singh, Avinash Chouhan, Nilesh Sharma, Anjan Debnath, BK Handique, Chandan Goswami, Abdul Qadir Khan, KK Sarma, PLN Raju, Jonali Goswami, Mhathung Kithan, Atho-O Kesiezie
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Volume XIII, Issue 04, April 2017
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Modification of the reference frame of Uzbekistan topographic maps based on the GNSS

Mirmakhmudov Erkin

Low cost aerial mapping with consumer grade drones

S L Madawalagama, N Munasinghe, S D P J Dampegama, L Samarakoon

National space policy 2030: Driving the space sector in Malaysia

Sholehah Ismail, Dr Noordin Ahmad

With e-Services towards transparent and trustworthy cadastre

Libor Tomandl, Vladimira Zufanova PhD.

Water Quality Estimate in the Isahaya Bay with UAV

Haruhiro Hidaka, Susumu Ogawa, Shuntaro Otsubo, Seiji Suzuki


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).

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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.

Nov 2014 | No Comment

Saudi Arabia is a land of rush infrastructure development. Billions are spent in construction of huge projects like smart cities, universities, etc…

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Sea level rise is the chief pretext for alarm about Man’s influence on climate. Agencies such as the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC, 1990-2013) have adopted an often unscientifically alarmist stance on the climate question, favouring extreme predictions both of future…

Nov 2014 | No Comment

At the present the society is dependent on accurate and reliable Position, Velocity and Time (PVT) information acquired using Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS). GNSS signals travel a long way from the satellite transmitter to the user receiver antenna on the Earth…