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By John Steventon

The starting to be industry penetration of net mapping, satellite tv for pc imaging and private navigation has spread out nice examine and company possibilities to geospatial groups. Multi-platform and multi-sensor built-in mapping expertise has truly tested a development in the direction of quickly geospatial info acquisition. Sensors might be fixed on a variety of systems, corresponding to satellites, aircrafts or helicopters, terrestrial autos, water-based vessels, and should also be hand-carried by way of members. cellular mapping refers to a way of accumulating geospatial information utilizing mapping sensors fixed on a cellular platform. Its improvement used to be basically pushed by way of the advances in electronic imaging and direct-georeferencing applied sciences. With the escalating use of telecommunication networks and the expanding availability of inexpensive and conveyable sensors, cellular mapping has turn into extra dynamic, or even pervasive. The e-book addresses a wide selection of analysis matters within the cellular mapping neighborhood, starting from method improvement to sensor integration, imaging algorithms and cellular GIS functions. This e-book will offer researchers and practitioners an exceptional total view of what's being constructed during this topical zone.

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It lists the stand-alone accuracy of a strapdown navigation-grade system (iMAR® iNAV-RQH) from 30–180 seconds. com). Further improvements in position and azimuth accuracy can be achieved if an odometer is added for length control and a two-antenna GPS for azimuth control. An interesting example on the use of a road vehicle in an extreme situation, the urban canyon environment of central Tokyo is given in Scherzinger (2002). Although adequate GPS coverage was denied for about 50% of the time, a position accuracy of better than 25 cm was maintained for about 90% of the survey.

Figure 13 shows an intensity image of a survey with the laser looking at the right side of the van. First results are very promising and confirm that a great improvement in the productivity of the terrestrial laser scanning surveys can be obtained. 28 Figure 13. Intensity image of a dynamic laser scanning. 5 CONCLUSION Within the framework of the GEOVAN project, the ICC has integrated all the required hardware and software subsystems in order to obtain an oriented platform mounted on a van. The oriented platform allows the dynamic georeferencing of any sensor rigidly mounted on it.

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