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Nov 2020 | No Comment

 

It has been months …
But only time has passed
Not the chaos and nor the calamity
And worse, it remains as confusing as it was.
Even basic questions still struggle for answers…
First wave, second wave or the third one?
Whether to lock, and if yes then what and how?
As we unlock, the …

Nov 2020 | No Comment

Wolbachia releases in high-density urban areas are expected to be highly cost-effective and could potentially be the first cost-saving intervention for dengue. Sites with strong public health infrastructure, fiscal capacity, and community support should be prioritised

Oliver J. Brady

Centre for the Mathematical Modelling of Infectious Diseases, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, London, UK.
Department of …

Nov 2020 | No Comment

Practical solutions for the protection of smallholder land rights

Timothée Rukundo

Program Manager for ZOA in the Democratic Republic of Congo

David Betge

Sector Specialist for Land Rights and Peacebuilding at ZOA Netherlands

Abstract
In the East of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), insecurity of tenure rights, displacement, poverty and general security issues are major obstacles to economic and social …

Nov 2020 | No Comment

With trends such as data analytics, IoT, AI, VR etc. gaining popularity across the globe, we can expect GIS to also see the transformation and also aid in how organisations around the globe utilise these technologies in the future

Ashwani Rawat

Co-Founder & Director, Transerve Technologies, India

In the past decade, there has been an increased adoption of …

Oct 2020 | No Comment

September 2020

GNSS Advancements for AEC Virtual Conference Experience (VCX) Event

September 9-10, 2020

www.assetmapping.events/gnss

Commercial UAV Expo Americas – Virtual Event

September 15-17

www.expouav.com

Amsterdam Drone Week & UAM Hybrid Summits

17 September 2020.

www.amsterdamdroneweek.com

ION GNSS+ VIRTUAL

21-25, September

www.ion.org/gnss

October 2020

INTERGEO Digital 2020

13 – 15 October

www.intergeo.de

International Symposium on Satellite
Navigation (ISSN 2020)

21-24 October, 2020 Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology, Nanjing, China

http://issn2020.csp.escience.cn/dct/page/1

10th IGRSM International …

Sep 2020 | No Comment

John Pottle

Director, Royal Institute of Navigation

With the world turning upside down, do you think this is time for the organisations to redefine their vision and missions in line with the changing paradigm?
Covid-19 has impacted practically every organisation and citizen across the globe. First I would like to say that my thoughts are with those who …

Sep 2020 | No Comment

Professor Y Jade Morton

President, Institute of Navigation (ION) and Director of the Colorado Center for Astrodynamics Research at the University of Colorado Boulder

Professor Y Jade Morton is currently the Director of the Colorado Center for Astrodynamics Research at the University of Colorado Boulder where she mentors students, faculty, staff and an international network of collaborators …

Sep 2020 | No Comment

The SOF offers a number of benefits for its users. The SOF XML format is well understood and defined by schema, allowing programmers to write code that can interpret the SOF without misunderstanding

John W. Lavrakas

President, Advanced Research Corporation, Newport, Oregon, USA

Background
In 1999, United States Space Command stood up the GPS Operations Center (GPSOC), a GPS …

Sep 2020 | No Comment

 
 

The article deals with the issue starting from a specific case, the identification and study of archaeological evidence around the Castle of Petriolo (Siena, Italy) for the protection, intervention and enhancement of this site

A Garzulino

Dipartimento di Architettura e Studi Urbani (DAStU), Politecnico di Milano, Italy

The contribution that is presented aims to highlight the methodologies and …

Sep 2020 | One Comment

With accelerated urbanization, the growing cities have been created more complex forms of multi-owned buildings. The complicated ownership rights and boundary arrangement within these properties are resulting in a significant number of disputes. As part of ongoing research, this article explores BIM as a new opportunity to prevent and resolve property disputes.

Jihye Shin

PhD Candidate, Centre …