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


Oct 2014 | One Comment

I have read the paper by Hannah (this volume), and I arrive at a totally the opposite conclusions, viz. that there is no indication what so ever of a recent sea level acceleration, and that it is the high rates around 3 mm/yr that should be “safely disregarded”.

Oct 2014 | Comments Off on Sea level change – An inconvenient fact or an irritating fiction?

In 2012, the United Nations Environment Programme issued its report on the most important emerging issues related to the global environment (UNEP, 2012). The top ranked issue in that report related to the alignment of land governance to the challenges of global sustainability.

Sep 2014 | No Comment

Emergent coastal structures such as groins, detached offshore breakwaters, and sea walls have been successfully adopted as coastal protection measures for many decades (Dean and Dalrymple, 2001: Silvester and Hsu, 1997). These type of structures are common in the US and Europe (Dean and Dalrymple, 2001), and even more so in Japan, where Seiji et al.

Sep 2014 | No Comment

European Geostationary Navigation Overlay Service (EGNOS), the European Satellite Based Augmentation System (SBAS), provides corrections and integrity information to GPS signals over a broad area centred over Europe, and is fully interoperable with other existing SBAS systems (e.g., WAAS, the brand name of the American SBAS).

Sep 2014 | No Comment

In 2014, the INSPIRE Directive had its seventh birthday and is undergoing revision. During those seven years the Directive and its regulation were implemented into the national law of the EU states. Additions were made as well as numerous technical guidelines (TG) and other documents, which were designed to better explain individual requirements and assist in their implementation. These documents have recommendatory character.