Volume XIV, Issue 3, March 2018
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Development of advanced earthquake prediction method using artificial intelligence

Shunji Murai, Shoichi Teshima

Education: Challenges in India

Maj Gen (Dr) B.Nagarajan, Susmita Bhattacharyya

Road design parameter analysis based on the GNSS data collected by android device

Akhilesh Kumar Karna, Dinesh Manandhar

Simple and effective RAIM technique for multiple outliers

Kong Longtao, Wang Wenli, Zhang Shuhui

Pushing beyond the limits of technology

Dr Burkhard Boeckem

Sentinel-1 SAR data based flood mapping and monitoring of River Kosi, Bihar, India

Shashi Shekhar
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Volume XIV, Issue 2, February 2018
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Technology trends: From GPS to multi-constellation GNSS

Guy Buesnel

Academic drift and surveying education

Dr Garfield Young

Assessment of accuracy of basic maneuvers performed by an UAV during autonomous flight

Pawel CWIAKALA

Innovations and new standards for mapping of villages in Indonesia

Fahmi Amhar, Bambang Riadi, Fachrul Hidayat, Tia Rizka Nuzula Rachma

GNSS education: Prospects and challenges

Mia Filic´and Renato Filjar, Kosasih Prijatna and Dudy D Wijaya, Ashley Brooks, Mourad BOUZIANI, Dinesh Manandhar


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GNSS positioning in the urban environment remains challenging, because of the occurrence of many satellite signal reflection and diffraction, also called multipath, that, in the best case, combine with the direct signal, but – in the worst case when the direct signal is obscured – make signal tracking drift unboundedly.

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The 1960s to early 1970s were boom times for enrolments in surveying and geomatics programs in the state of NSW in Australia and I suspect other states as well. At the University of NSW (UNSW) at that time there were up to 100 students per year entering the program.

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The main reason for FAO’s initial involvement in open source land administration software was that in the developing world, the move from paper based tenure records and related processes to computerized systems based on digital data flows had been slow, costly and often unsustainable.

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The study area is located near the Koru (Lapseki/Çanakkale) village in northeastern part of the Biga Peninsula. Koru deposit is hosted by volcanic rocks which are directly related to economically significant mineralization such as Pb-Zn. This deposit is shaped by Tertiary volcanic units, including rhyolitic lava and tuffs.

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This study investigates the potential of using Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) in surveying and mapping customary land parcel boundaries. In Namibia, new laws demand for the boundaries of individual and collective customary lands to be adjudicated, mapped and recorded…