Volume XIV, Issue 9, September 2018

Leveraging national land and geospatial systems for improved disaster resilience

Abbas Rajabifard, Mika-Petteri Törhönen, Katie Potts, Alvaro Federico Barra, Ivelisse Justiniano

GNSS disruption - What’s the risk?

Dana A. Goward

Reducing GNSS Receiver Vulnerabilities

John W. Betz

Self driving and flying robots

Akshay Bandiwdekar

A Geo-Spatial Information Approach to Planning for Rurban Clusters

Arpita Banerjee, Dr Mahavir
My Coordinates
His Coordinates
Guenter W Hein
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Volume XIV, Issue 8, August 2018

Clustering of Geo-tectonics using GNSS data

Prof. em. Dr. Shunji Murai, Hideo Suzuki

Detection of Pest Infestation Area in Paddy Field by Visible Bands Vegetation Indices

SitiNurfarhanaMd Noor, Abdul Rashid Mohamed Shariff

Semi-buried seabed object detection: Sonar vs. Geophysical methods

Dino Dragun, Lieselot Noppe, Pierre Serpe, Emeline Caron, Astrid Robert

Geomagnetic Storms: Impact on GPS/GNSS signal delay over the low latitudes

Dr KCT Swamy, M A Farida, E Upendranath Goud

Opportunities and practical use of Android GNSS Raw Measurements

Justyna Redelkiewicz, Martin Sunkevic, Paolo Crosta, Moises Navarro- Gallardo, Lukasz Bonenberg

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Stimulating interest and encouraging youth participation for future sustainability

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The test results show that the proposed method can mitigate the systematic errors of orthometric

height from e-GPS leveling efficiently. We present here the first part of the paper

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Errors associated with GPS observations make it impossible to use a single receiver for geodetic, geodynamic and vehicle automation applications requiring centimeter or millimeter level accuracy.

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With the advent of satellite imagery resolution, the satellite photogrammetry has become a new area of practice to handle mass data and been utilized in many areas with its low cost and short production time.

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Geospatial Information Authority of Japan (GSI) is the governing institute on geodetic survey and mapping. It manages about 130,000 geodetic reference points in Japan and their survey results are consistent with the International Terrestrial Reference Frame. The recent development of GNSS technology led to more than 1,200 GNSS-based control stations with operation system called GEONET as new geodetic reference points.