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


Feb 2013 | Comments Off on Solutions for open land administration

The Solutions for Open Land Administration (SOLA) Open Source Software project is a 3 year trust fund project, funded through the Government of Finland and implemented by a project team within the UN FAO.

Its aim is to make computerized cadastre and registration systems based on open source software more affordable and more sustainable in developing countries.

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Disaster management is a widely discussed topic around the world and more so in recent years because of large scale disasters experienced around the globe. Most discussions appear to be siloed to a particular field of expertise although it is well recognised that a coordinated effort is required amongst

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The methodologies of land surveying remained largely unchanged over hundreds, if not thousands, of years. Computational methods were enhanced with the use of logarithmic tables introduced by Napier in the 17th century, and supplemented by hand-powered rotational cylinder mechanisms for speed of calculation first introduced by Pascal, also in the 17th century. These were later to be electrified in the 20th century prior to the invention of the…

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The logical consequence of economic development–land consumption–substantiates the need for sustainable land management and cadastre

Feb 2013 | Comments Off on IRNSS – Want More From Less?

Indian Regional Navigation Satellites System (IRNSS) is the world’s fi rst regional navigation system with its footprint primarily over the Indian subcontinent. The system is expected to have seven satellites in all, with three satellites in GEO stationary and four in GEO synchronous orbits (Kibe & Gowrishankar 2008). IRNSS is dual use and supports two frequencies on either service of operation.