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


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U.S. Geological Survey scientists have developed and made available a new mapping resource that can identify the most vulnerable marshes across the contiguous U.S. through a combination of remote-sensing and satellite technologies. These maps provide critical information to land managers and help inform marsh conservation and restoration strategies without costly site-specific or labor-intensive assessments.

The USGS …

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Scottish Forestry, the government agency responsible for forestry policy, support and regulations in Scotland, is using specially commissioned aerial photography to help identify trees in distress. Trees are facing an increased threat due to pests, disease and climate change, and, as a result of social distancing regulations, Scottish Forestry was unable to undertake its usual …

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DeepMap, Inc., a global leader in autonomous driving technology, has announced DeepMap RoadMemory™, a crowdsourced mapping service.

RoadMemory enables automakers to accelerate the creation and deployment of large-scale digital maps via data collected from their own fleets of passenger vehicles and trucks. It is designed to expand geographic coverage more quickly and support hands-off autonomous driving …

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Russia plans to launch four spherical satellites into orbit in 2025, for calibrating ground optical stations and serving other purposes for the Glonass navigation system, state procurement data shows.

According to files from Russian space agency Roscosmos, released on the state procurement website, Russia plans to launch the four satellites from the Vostochny spaceport using the Russian Soyuz-2.1b carrier rocket.

Three Gonets-M communications satellites will be launched together with the four spherical satellites.

In January, …

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Acting on behalf of the European Commission, ESA has signed two contracts for an overall amount of €1.47 billion, to design and build the first batch of the second generation of Europe’s Galileo navigation satellites.

Following an intense process of open competition, these contracts have been awarded to Thales Alenia Space (Italy) and Airbus Defence & Space (Germany) to create …