Volume XVII, Issue 6, June 2021

Australian Height Datum: Saving AHD in New South Wales

Volker Janssen and Simon McElroy

GNSS measurements in Uzbekistan for hydrology

Mirmakhmudov Erkin, Niyazov Vokhid, Tleumuratova Gulsora and Toshonov Bekhzod

Geopotential models and their application in local geoid modelling

H M I Prasanna

River Yamuna in Delhi-Pollution Control, Digital Planning and Management

A K Jain
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Volume XVII, Issue 5, May 2021

Assessment of GNSS-based systems for railways safety

Ernst Phillip Mrohs, Sravan Machiraju and Matthias Aichinger-Rosenberger

Australian Height Datum: Celebrating 50 years

Volker Janssen and Simon McElroy

Alexander’s wholeness as the scientific foundation of sustainable urban design and planning

Bin Jiang

Mar 2021 | No Comment

The development of the modern Greek cadaster has been a long standing objective for every Greek government since the early 19th century in order to replace the existing oldfashioned individual based system…

Mar 2021 | No Comment

Modern cities and urban environments are becoming denser more heavily populated and are still rapidly growing, including new infrastructures, markets, banks, transportation, etc. In the last two decades, more and more cities and mega-cities have started using multi-camera networks in order to face this challenge.

Mar 2021 | No Comment

This paper examines the spatial and temporal distribution of all COVID-19 cases from January to June 2020 against the underlying distribution of population in the United States. It is found that, as time passes, COVID-19 cases become a power law with cutoff, resembling the underlying spatial distribution of populations…

Feb 2021 | No Comment

India has set free the process of map making and generation of geospatial data, giving Indian private players the freedom to handle such information without prior approval or restriction. Mapping was till now remained a government preserve, handled by the Central government’s Survey of India. With the sweeping changes announced today, any Indian entity can …

Feb 2021 | No Comment

As part of the Geospatial Commission’s Public Sector Geospatial Agreement, today over 5,500 public sector organisations now have direct and immediate access to OS’s most detailed and trusted location data via a suite of APIs which will transform how geospatial data is used to support government policy and underpin public services.

Free at the point of use, the …