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
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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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In the past few years, Mobile Mapping System (MMS) has been widely used in Geomatics engineering. Using various mapping sensors, such as Light Detection And Ranging (LiDAR), camera and high resolution visible sensors, geospatial information can be…

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Last year in Android Nougat, we introduced APIs for retrieving Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) Raw measurements from Android devices. Last month, we publicly released GNSS Analysis Tools to process and analyze these measurements…

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Landslide comprises almost all the varieties of mass movements on slopes, rock falls, topples and debris flow that involve little or no sliding (Varnes and IAEG, 1984). Landslides are considered as a major natural geologic hazard occurring…

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Penggaron bridge is located in Semarang-Ungaran toll road, 20th kilometer in Susukan region, East Ungaran, Semarang. According to PT. Transmarga Central Java, The bridge is relatively new and actively used since 2010, but the bridge is visually deformed as indicated by small cracks in some pillars of the bridge.

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Public institutions face new expectations every day, as citizens, companies and elected representatives expect them to improve their services and streamline processes by adopting new technologies. While the development of new technologies…