Volume XIV, Issue 6, June 2018
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SIRGAS: Reference frame in Latin America

Víctor Cioce, William Martínez, M Virginia Mackern, Roberto Pérez, Silvio de Freitas

Improving Indonesian Geospatial Information establishment

Florence Elfriede Sinthauli Silalahi, Suprajaka and Sumaryono

Globalized ethics

Robert W Foster

International ethics standards

Gary Strong

Status of landslide-dammed lakes in Siang River

Thota Sivasankar, Suranjana B Borah, Ranjit Das and P L N Raju
 

Geospatial land governance and management

Madan Mohan
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Volume XIV, Issue 5, May 2018
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Information quality - A critical success factor

Anders Svensson

Package of approved ITU-R recommendations on RNSS systems

Nelson MALAGUTI

Robotization of precise levelling measurements

Veikko SAARANEN

Realization of a functional photorealistic 3D city geographic information system

Njike CHIGBU, Maduabughichi OKEZIE, Veronica U. OKOYE

Geospatial land governance and management

Madan Mohan


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In the last two decades, Kenya has faced a rising degree of vulnerability to the risk of disaster. Risk is the probability of a hazard turning into a disaster, with households or communities being affected in such a manner that their lives and livelihoods are seriously disrupted beyond their capacity to cope or withstand using their own resources…

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GPS Precise Point Positioning (PPP) technique has attracted many users due to its lower cost and comparable precision to the differential technique. A drawback of a single GNSS system, however, is the availability of sufficient number of visible satellites in urban areas.

Dec 2013 | One Comment

There is a growing emphasis on sustainable management of natural resources and preservation of environment due to the realization that these are vital to our socio- economic development. Citizens have to be provided with better quality of life, health care and education.

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The European Geostationary Navigation Overlay Service (EGNOS) is Europe’s first venture into satellite navigation, providing an augmentation signal to the Global Positioning System (GPS) Standard Positioning Service (SPS). It has been a long way for Europe, since the beginning of the EGNOS programme in the late 90’s, culminated with the declaration of availability of the three EGNOS Services:

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Applications and services based upon GNSS are becoming increasingly embedded in modern society, to the extent that we Europeans, along with much of the rest of the World, have now become critically dependent upon their correct operation. In the event of GNSS problems, telecommunications networks…