BIM, can be a solution for property disputes?
Jihye Shin, Abbas Rajabifard, Mohsen Kalantari and Behnam Atazadeh
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... [more]
Analyzing the cultural landscape - Preservation and development strategies
The use of appropriate cartographies, the archival materials and documents and the selection of the most appropriate data management and processing methodologies are crucialfor the structuring of investigations in complex territories, for their protection and enhancement... [more]
Satellite outage reporting: An improved approach
John W Lavrakas
As more attention is paid to the quality and timeliness of the SOF, its use by mission planners and mission assessment organizations, both civil and military, will increase, allowing them to take advantage of the benefits the SOF is able to offer... [more]
"An ideal GNSS system is one that is impossible to spoof and difficult to jam. Its signals should be relatively simple and elegant so that receiver signal processing can be done in a power-efficient manner and allow fast acquisition and accurate tracking."
- Professor Y Jade Morton, President, Institute of Navigation (ION) and Director of the Colorado Center for Astrodynamics Research at the University of Colorado Boulder
"GNSS industry and the associated applications will be relatively less impacted by Covid-19"
- John Pottle, Director, Royal Institute of Navigation