Volume XVI, Issue 1, January 2020
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The Challenges for Resilient PNT in 2020

Guy Buesnel

The consequences of vulnerabilities within autonomous navigation are alarming

Jennifer Edis

Do we need GNSS alternatives, OR, should we protect what we already have?

Graeme Hooper

The case for automotive GNSS cyber security measures

Yoav Zangvil

Global experiences with public private partnerships for land registry services: A critical review

Keith Clifford Bell
My Coordinates
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Lost Coordinates
Professor David Last
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Volume XV, Issue 12, December 2019
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Territorial and topographic analysis for the protection and enhancement of fragile archaeological areas

A Garzulino, M Marzullo

The Northern Territory – Digital survey and cadastral innovators

Ian Harper

Global experiences with public private partnerships for land registry services: A critical review

Keith Clifford Bell


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This paper presents a study made for the Seminar on Space Weather and its effects on GNSS held in conjunction with United Nations/Nepal workshop on the applications…

Jan 2017 | No Comment

Monitoring is the fastest growing discipline in the survey market. Surveyors undertake the difficult task to answer…

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Bentley advances infrastructure by delivering solutions for the entire lifecycle of the infrastructure asset, tailored to the needs of the various professions – engineers, architects, planners, contractors, fabricators, IT managers, operators, and maintenance engineers – who will work on and work with that asset over its lifetime…

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Situated above the Arctic circle, the Northern Part of Finland called Lapland, is known for its unique knowhow in technologies dealing with snow, ice and cold. This is not suprising taken into account that winter lasts here for more than 6 months and snow tchikness rises up to 1 metre.

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GNSS-based localization is no more or less secure today than it was a decade ago. From a technical standpoint, GNSS has always been vulnerable, and the equipment required to compromise it has long been accessible to everyone…