Volume XIII, Issue 1, January 2017
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Cybersecurity in localization

James T Curran, Daniele Borio, Guy Buesnel, Oscar Pozzobon,

AURORA - The Arctic Intelligent Transport Test Ecosystem

Alina Koskela

Advancing Infrastructure

Aidan Mercer, Robert Mankowski, Francois Valois, Ted Lamboo

Enhancement of 3D monitoring networks’ sensitivity by low cost innovative implementation

Pantazis George, Lambrou Evangelia
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Volume XII, Issue 12, December 2016
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GAGAN MESSAGE SERICE - GAMES - A new Approach

A S Ganeshan, G Ramesh, S V Satish

Lidar bathymetry from UAVs

Gottfried Mandlburger, Martin Pfennigbauer, Martin Wieser

The vulnerabilities and challenges of Caribbean SIDS

Dr Charisse Griffith-Charles

Improved concepts of using natural targets for geo-monitoring

Andreas Wagner, Wolfgang Wiedemann, Dr Peter Wasmeier, Prof Dr Thomas Wunderlich

The Gravimetric Quasigeoid Model UGQ2014 for Uganda

Ronald Ssengendo


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The Automatic Identification System (AIS) is an autonomous and continuous broadcast system that exchanges maritime safety/security information between participating vessels and shore stations. In addition to providing a means for maritime administrations

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Detailed spatial information about environmental pollution/climate change is indispensable for land resources management, environmental decisionmaking and sustainable development. Distribution patterns of soil copper (Cu) content have a large potential to affect plant growth

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In Korea, technologies on WA-DGNSS (Wide area differential GNSS) has been being jointly developed by a consortium of universities and research organization in order to construct the system in the near future (Ho Yun et al., 2011 and Ho Yun et al., 2011). WA-DGNSS

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In the late 1990s, while the European Union was defining what services Galileo would offer, two access-controlled services were defined: CAS1 (Control Access Service 1) and CAS2. CAS1 later became the Commercial Service (CS), and CAS2 the Public-Regulated Service (PRS).

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“There is nothing like a challenge to bring out the best in man,” Sean Connery once said, addressing neither SDI or geospatial information. However, his quote holds a key to how we can choose to address the many and continued challenges in working with SDI on national, regional and global levels.