Volume XIII, Issue 06, June 2017

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

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

Apr 2012 | No Comment

To the existing tracts on the adaptivity theme I wish to offer my own observations. As musings prompted by one individual’s limited experience, these reflections cannot by any means represent a complete prescription answering this global question. Nevertheless, significant value can be gained from a response offering meaningful solutions wherever needed. In fact, solutions offered herein are asserted to give performance improvements that are urgently required.

Mar 2012 | No Comment

Despite the good performance of GPS, there are more than a few GNSS vulnerabilities and threats. Categorisation into unintentional and intentional is sometimes done to aid understanding. Unintentional disruptions include natural phenomena such as high levels of ionospheric disturbance and solar flares, as well as man-made phenomena including system errors (satellite or signal), and unwanted radio frequency transmissions (TV, microwave communications, radar, …).

Mar 2012 | No Comment

Replacing the horizontal datum of a country is a complicated and difficult project. The decision to embark on such a “revolutionary” move should only be taken after in-depth studies to identify compelling reasons for such replacement. Here, we comment on the article by Tahir et al. published in the September 2011 issue of Coordinates.

Mar 2012 | No Comment

As satellite imagery becomes increasingly ubiquitous, the mechanisms to deliver and disseminate this data have become critically important to both the consumers and providers. Aligning these dissemination tools with cloud hosting and computing is a natural

Mar 2012 | No Comment

By definition, ‘spatial enablement in action’ means that we (governments) must make our spatial information “actionable”. That is, it must be used and leveraged beyond just for mapping. It must form the enduring fundamental authoritative spatial data layers of a nation, and do so in a way so that it is able to support evidence-based decision making for the many social, economic and environmental drivers challenges that face our Governments. It is incumbent on us doing so. Should we not do so, we seriously risk “spatial stagnation”, and have a rich resource of geoinformation that remains largely untapped and with significant unrealised potential.