Volume XIII, Issue 08, August 2017
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Indoor Positioning Using Probabilistic Virtual Anchor Point Graphs

Eike Jens Hoffmann

Synchronet service demonstration results in DEMETRA H2020 Project

Enrico Varriale, Quirino Morante

GNSS data for ionosphere characterization

Josip Vukovic´ , Tomislav Kos

PGM2016: A new Geoid Model for the Philippines

R Gatchalian, R Forsberg, A Olesen
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Volume XIII, Issue 07, July 2017
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Geomagnetic observations and measurements in Israel

Dr Anna Shnaidman, Dr Boris Shirman, Yosef Melzer

Effect of GCPs in distribution and location on geometric correction of corona satellite image

Sao Hone Pha, Wataru Takeuchi

PNT systems in Ukraine: European Cooperation Aspects

Serhii Chernolevsky

Urban sprawl prediction using cellular automata

Kajal Himatlal Rana, Dhiraj A. Raut


Apr 2014 | No Comment

The project SiNafaR concentrates on surveilling big areas like container harbors with autonomous and heterogonous robots supporting the security staff…

Mar 2014 | One Comment

Urban Population in India increased from 62 million (19%) in 1951 to 377 million (31%) in 2011, and is expected to increase up to around 37% by 2021.

Mar 2014 | No Comment

The problems in sharing of geospatial data among public sector organizations is a well established fact (Onsrud et. al., 1995; McLaughlin, 2003; Williamson et. al., 2004; Nebert, 2004; Masser, 2005; Georgiadou, 2006; Nama Raj Budhathoki and Zorica Nedovic-Budic

Mar 2014 | No Comment

Satellite navigation relies on the visibility of a sufficient number of satellites. As the number of satellites increases, some problems such as shadowing in urban areas are reduced although not completely removed. In other instances, such as in tunnels, positioning by satellites is not possible.

Mar 2014 | No Comment

From 1992 to 2011, air traffic grew by approximately 72% in Germany [1] which is equivalent to a yearly increase of about 4%. As air traffic continuously increases, ground infrastructure like airports, number of runways and necessary capacity of air traffic routes need to grow too.