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Saudi Arabia is a land of rush infrastructure development. Billions are spent in construction of huge projects like smart cities, universities, etc…

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At the present the society is dependent on accurate and reliable Position, Velocity and Time (PVT) information acquired using Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS). GNSS signals travel a long way from the satellite transmitter to the user receiver antenna on the Earth…

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Approaching river locks, passing under bridges, and approaching riverside berths and ports were identified as the situations at inland waterway transportation with the highest risk with respect to the collisions with surrounding infrastructure [1]. The first one is the…

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October 2014


7-9 October

Berlin, Germany

6th Asia Oceania Regional Workshop on GNSS

9-11 October 
Phuket, Thailand


14-16 October 2014 
Moscow, Russia

Esri Mid-East & Africa User Conference

22 – 24 October 2014 


22 – 24 October 
Jeju Island, Korea

35th Asian Conference on Remote Sensing

27-31 October

Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar

NZIS Conference 2014

29 Oct – 1 Nov 
New Plymouth, New Zealand

November 2014

Trimble Dimensions 2014

3 – 5, November

Las Vegas, …

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India goes to Mars

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Water is essential for all forms of life and ecosystems. Rivers are essential as they serve humans with ample fresh water supply. Although rivers contain only 0.0001% of the total global water, they are key carriers of nutrients and water worldwide (Wetzel, 2001)…

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India was one amongst the few countries – including the advanced ones – to have completed topographic mapping on 1:50,000 and 1:25,000 scales, employing photogrammetric techniques, about four decades back. Since then there has been a tremendous progress in the field…

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This paper introduces a new framework to utilise Volunteered Geographic Service (VGS) for identifying and distributing potential help requests as volunteered services in an automatic and proactive way among potential volunteers in situ right after a disaster

Arash Kaviani

Research Associate, Centre for SDIs and Land, Administration (CSDILA), Department of Infrastructure Engineering, The University of Melbourne, Australia

Professor …

Oct 2014 | One Comment

I have read the paper by Hannah (this volume), and I arrive at a totally the opposite conclusions, viz. that there is no indication what so ever of a recent sea level acceleration, and that it is the high rates around 3 mm/yr that should be “safely disregarded”.

Oct 2014 | Comments Off on Sea level change – An inconvenient fact or an irritating fiction?

In 2012, the United Nations Environment Programme issued its report on the most important emerging issues related to the global environment (UNEP, 2012). The top ranked issue in that report related to the alignment of land governance to the challenges of global sustainability.