Volume XIII, Issue 06, June 2017
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Mobile Mapping System in Reconstruction and Expansion of Highway in India

Rick Ma

An eye on magnetic field anomalies along the roads

Matej Bažec, Aleksander Grm, Franc Dimc

EGNOS multimodal performance

Pedro Pintor, Roberto Roldán, Manuel Lopez- Martinez, Alina Hriscu

Instruments of land mobilisation – concepts and examples

Walter Timo de Vries

The Evolution of Remote Sensing UAVs/Drones Applications in the Urban Planning

Norzailawati Mohd Noor, Nur Aulia Rosni
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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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Approaching river locks, passing under bridges, and approaching riverside berths and ports were identified as the situations at inland waterway transportation with the highest risk with respect to the collisions with surrounding infrastructure [1]. The first one is the…

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Water is essential for all forms of life and ecosystems. Rivers are essential as they serve humans with ample fresh water supply. Although rivers contain only 0.0001% of the total global water, they are key carriers of nutrients and water worldwide (Wetzel, 2001)…

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India was one amongst the few countries – including the advanced ones – to have completed topographic mapping on 1:50,000 and 1:25,000 scales, employing photogrammetric techniques, about four decades back. Since then there has been a tremendous progress in the field…

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This paper introduces a new framework to utilise Volunteered Geographic Service (VGS) for identifying and distributing potential help requests as volunteered services in an automatic and proactive way among potential volunteers in situ right after a disaster

Arash Kaviani

Research Associate, Centre for SDIs and Land, Administration (CSDILA), Department of Infrastructure Engineering, The University of Melbourne, Australia

Professor …

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Best practices in surveying are not limited to field procedures and accuracy requirements but must include professionalism and ethics. This paper will look at essential best practice approaches for achieving desired quality surveying products and establishing integrity among peers and clients

Dr Frank Derby

Associate Professor of Surveying, The Pennsylvania State University, USA

Textbooks and scholarly publications describe …