PROXIMITY ANALYSIS BASED ON THE INTERACTION OF GPS
STATIONARY POINTS WITH ADJOINING OBSTRUCTIONS Cover Image

PROXIMITY ANALYSIS BASED ON THE INTERACTION OF GPS STATIONARY POINTS WITH ADJOINING OBSTRUCTIONS
PROXIMITY ANALYSIS BASED ON THE INTERACTION OF GPS STATIONARY POINTS WITH ADJOINING OBSTRUCTIONS

Author(s): Tudor Borşan, LEVENTE DIMEN, Diana Otilia Cordea
Subject(s): Geography, Regional studies
Published by: Editura Aeternitas
Keywords: GIS; GPS Satellite Signals; Mission Planning; Analysis, Proximity;

Summary/Abstract: The approached subject is about the problem of satellite geodesy beingrelated to the establishment ofsome modalitiesthat can provide accuracy in obtaining higherprecision through a careful planning and organization of GPS observations. That is to say,correct information that comes at the right time can lead to the expected result. Not a fewtimes it has been shown that improvisation, even if it represents a level of creativity, relyingon intuition, it is dangerous in the engineering activity in general, and in topo-geodesicworks in particular. Therefore, a set of rules is required, which even if at first it seemsunimportant, it will prove useful both for promptness and especially for obtaining theexpected result

  • Issue Year: 19/2019
  • Issue No: 19
  • Page Range: 100-104
  • Page Count: 5
  • Language: English