Volume XIII, Issue 12, December 2017

The generation of well geo-referenced floor plans and application in indoor navigation system

Guang-Je Tsai, Kai-Wei Chiang, Min-Chuan Tsai, You-Liang Chen, Jhen-Kai Liao

Performance evaluation of Single Baseline and Network RTK GNSS

Reha Metin ALKAN, Ì. Murat OZULU, Ì. Murat OZULU

Crowd monitoring through WiFi Data

Ciro Gioia, Francesco Sermi, Dario Tarchi, Michele Vespe

Are administrative boundaries in Google maps correct?

S. Vasantha Kumar

Deformation analysis of the Balkan Peninsula from GPS data 2011-2016

Keranka Vassileva, Georgi Valev , Mila Atanasova-Zlatareva

UAS in India: From a ‘no fly zone’ to a ‘fly zone’

My Coordinates
His Coordinates
Stuart Woods
3D Australia
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Volume XIII, Issue 11, November 2017

Resilient PNT: Is it?

Guy Buesnel, Andy Proctor MA, John Pottle

BIM is the New GIS

Mohsen Kalantari

Rising expectations – Public institutions facing a new reality in a digital era

Daniel Janonius Löwgren

3D deformation analysis using GNSS data on Penggaron bridge of Semarang-Ungaran toll road section

Pratama, Rizal Adhi, Sunantyo, T Aris, Widjajanti, Nurrohmat

Evaluation of Landslide Hazard of Kohima, India

Kedovikho Yhoshü, YV Krishnaiah

GNSS Analysis Tools from Google

Frank van Diggelen

Jul 2013 | No Comment

Burgeoning energy needs in the 21st century are driving demands for more petroleum products. These needs were hitherto met by using pipes to transport required energy products over long distances within countries and across borders, from their sources to respective destinations (Chai et al, 2006; Yildirim et al, 2007; Dubey, 2009). However, increase in global…

Jul 2013 | No Comment

Cities in developing countries are expanding rapidly and consuming every possible space available. The growth is not only in their physical expansion but also the increased urban population. The space consumption is again not only…

Jul 2013 | No Comment

I think the time is just right for National GIS (National GIS Vision Document, (2011) http://moes.gov.in/national_ gis.pdf) First, as a nation we are witnessing tremendous progress and will economically grow manifold in the coming 5-10 years. With such high growth, society will demand very high efficiency in governance and quality services and government will have to depend upon very efficient and guaranteed methods…

Jul 2013 | One Comment

The automation of agriculture has become a significant concern due to the benefits of increased productivity and enhanced operational safety developed in 1997 [1]. In recent years, with the on-going development of mechatronic techniques, traditional manual work has been replaced by automated tools, such as the harvester, mower, and sprayer [2]. However, more specialized farming work still requires human manipulation of farming machinery….

Jun 2013 | No Comment

Slums in Egypt – as in many developing countries – are considered as one of the most important problems in Egypt. There are about 1,100 slum areas hosting about 16 million inhabitants. Slums in Egypt vary considerably in their characteristics which make prioritization and intervention policy a debatable issue.