Volume XV, Issue 11, November 2019
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Recent activity of international standardization for high-accuracy GNSS correction service

Rui Hirokawa

Remote Sensing for air pollution control

A K Jain

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

Keith Clifford Bell
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Volume XV, Issue 10, October 2019
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Translating Earth observation data into economic value for governments

Steven Ramage

New paradigm in mapping: A critique on cartography and GIS

Bin Jiang

Bridging the gap between high-altitude remote sensing and ground survey for sampling in the marine environment

Subhash Chand, Barb ara Bollard and Kavita Prasad

Fishermans Bend Digital Twin Project



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The GAGAN (GPS Aided Geo Augmented Navigation) system is a Space Based Augmentation System (SBAS) developed jointly by AAI and ISRO to deploy and certify an operational SBAS for the Indian Flight Information Region (FIR)…

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