Volume XVII, Issue 3, March 2021

Using geomatics to fight the pandemic in Italy: A case study

Michail Elaiopoulos, Nella Vulcano, Norman Kevin Pisterzi, Alessandro Bianchi and Cristiana Patruno

Surveying1 education – Prospects and challenges post COVID-19

David Mitchell

What do the New Geospatial Guidelines have for Spatial Planners?

Mahavir and Prabh Bedi

Systematic Land Tilling using Open Source Geospatial Software and Machine Learning: the MLG experience

Mehran Ghandehari, Mariam Paul, Sky Young , Didier Sagashya, Trent Larson, Ailey K. Hughes, Ben White and Duane Johnson

C++ for cartography and geodesy students: How Eratosthenes calculated the radius of the Earth

V R Zablotskii
My Coordinates
His Coordinates
James van Rens
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Volume XVII, Issue 2, February 2021

A Power-Law-based approach to mapping COVID-19 cases in the United States

Bin Jiang and Chris de Rijke

Coverage and optimal visibility-based navigation using visibility analysis from geospatial data

Oren Gal and Yerach Doytsher

Lessons learned from the modernization of the Greek cadastre – Principles and progress

Aristea Ioannidi and Maria Fouskolagoudaki

Guidelines for acquiring and producing Geospatial Data and Geospatial Data Services including Maps

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Location information is an integral part of the modern digital ecosystem and critical for unlocking economic, social and environmental opportunities for sustainable growth and development of the country…

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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…

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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.

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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…

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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 …