Signal Disruptions

Signal Disruptions

GNSS… it’s almost impossible to run a modern geo-related business without it. But what if a problem should occur? Whether in navigation, surveying or even agriculture,...

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What is GNSS Spoofing?

What is GNSS Spoofing?

With spoofing attacks on the rise, survey-grade GNSS receivers need to be protected by interference mitigation technology utilizing the latest security techniques to ensure reliabl...

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Direct Referencing Multibeam Data

Direct Referencing Multibeam Data

Applanix’s POSPac MMS GNSS Inertial software, in particular the Applanix SmartBase (ASB) post-processed virtual reference station technique, has been widely adopted as a robu...

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OS Net - Preparations for Future GNSS

OS Net - Preparations for Future GNSS

Ordnance Survey (OS) has just updated its geodetic infrastructure. Mark Greaves, Lead Consultant at Geodesy, describes these developments and takes a look at shorter and longer-ter...

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GNSS, Cadastres and Drones

GNSS, Cadastres and Drones

Richard Groom summarises some of the interesting papers from the FIG Congress focussing on GNSS, Hydrography, 3D Cadastre and mapping. GNSS – Detecting Cycle Slips Roberts an...

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Autonomously Detecting Fast Movements

Autonomously Detecting Fast Movements

Diverse environmental effects, climatic changes and human alterations of the ecosystems are deeply changing Earth’s surface processes and creating environmental challenges th...

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The African Geodetic Reference Frame

The African Geodetic Reference Frame

The African Geodetic Reference Frame (AFREF) was conceived to unify the patchwork of geodetic reference frames and vertical datums in the 54 countries in Africa. A common reference...

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Multi-sensor Cave Detection in Bulgaria

Multi-sensor Cave Detection in Bulgaria

Caves are important in a wide variety of fields, ranging from construction engineering to mineral exploration and archaeology. Despite the scientific importance of caves, geologist...

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