Volume XV, Issue 1, January 2019
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Navigation: Trend and challenges

John Pottle, Jiwon Seo, Simon Gaskin, Steve Hickling and Guy Buesnel, Yasuo Arai

Digital elevation models based on the topographic maps

Mirmakhmudov Erkin, Gulyamova Lola and Juliev Muhiddin

Geospatial industry must focus on making big data more useful

Boris Skopljak
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Volume XIV, Issue 12, December 2018
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From oral agreement to distributed agreement: digital ledgers in land registration

Mohsen Kalantari, Xueling Chen, Zhouyang Wang, Luan Nguyen

Geo-Information tools, governance, and wicked policy problems

Yola Georgiadou, Diana Reckien

CORS usage for GPS survey in Greater Accra region: Advantages, limitation and suggested remedies

Surv. Sebastian Botsyo (MGhIS), Bernard BORKETEY BORTEI, John AYER

Spatial heterogeneity, scale, data character, and sustainable transport in the big data era

Bin Jiang

New trends in development of agricultural land consolidation in the Russian Federation

Alexander SAGAYDAK, Anna SAGAYDAK


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