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Feb 2015 | No Comment

Ordnance Survey is teaming up with the Satellite Applications Catapult, an independent technology and innovation company, on the GEMNet project to understand the nature and extent of interference on GNSS…

Jan 2015 | No Comment

There is a reason for the fuss about formulating a policy for the use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV)/ Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) or as they are called today, Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS). In this article, we piece together the main issues involved in…

Dec 2014 | No Comment

This is the initial result of a three-year project to monitor marine and island environmental resources using remote sensing technology which was approved in Hanoi on November 13. According to Nguyen Xuan Lam, head of the National Remote Sensing Department…

Dec 2014 | No Comment

This is the initial result of a three-year project to monitor marine and island environmental resources using remote sensing technology which was…

Dec 2014 | No Comment

INTERGEO 2014 in Berlin has clearly demonstrated that the industry really has secured its place in the digital, networked world. Geoinformation has evolved from a specialist….

Dec 2014 | No Comment

Over the recent past, the vulnerability of Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) to interference has become a concerning issue (Mitch, 2011), (Pullen, 2012). Nowadays, illegal portable jamming devices are becoming popular to protect the user from being tracked by GNSS in their vehicle. These so-called personal privacy devices radiate different types of interference signals in the GNSS frequency bands and can make conventional receivers inoperable. Counter measures have to be taken to prevent strong interference from blocking the GNSS-receivers for safety critical applications.

Nov 2014 | No Comment

On 16th October 2014, India’s Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV-C26) had put the Indian navigation satellite, IRNSS- 1C into its perfect…

Oct 2014 | No Comment

Software developers from around the world were recognized at the UN Climate Summit for their ingenuity in devising life-saving apps for use in reducing

Oct 2014 | No Comment

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 …

Sep 2014 | No Comment

Headwall has launched a fully integrated remote sensing solution, combining hyperspectral and LiDAR sensors on a small Unmanned Air Vehicle (UAV). The UAV is a multi-rotor UAV (four wings with two props per wing).