Xem 1-18 trên 18 kết quả Gps data
  • GPS Data and Correction Services GPS người dùng sử dụng các kỹ thuật khác biệt giữa các để đạt được độ chính xác cao nhất có thể vị trí. Một cách đơn giản để làm điều này là sử dụng hai máy thu GPS, cơ sở và một rover, như được thảo luận trong chương 5. Tuy nhiên, điều này có thể không được hiệu quả chi phí trong nhiều trường hợp.

    pdf9p hoatuongvihong 06-11-2011 51 29   Download

  • GPS Data Errors SELECTIVE AVAILABILITY ERRORS Prior to May 1, 2000, Selective Availability (SA) was a mechanism adopted by the Department of Defense (DoD) to control the achievable navigation accuracy by nonmilitary GPS receivers. In the GPS SPS mode, the SA errors were speci®ed to degrade navigation solution accuracy to 100 m (2D RMS) horizontally and 156 m (RMS) vertically. In a press release on May 1, 2000, the President of the United States announced the decision to discontinue this intentional degradation of GPS signals available to the public. ...

    pdf28p doroxon 16-08-2010 61 24   Download

  • Differential GPS (DGPS) is a technique for reducing the error in GPS-derived positions by using additional data from a reference GPS receiver at a known position. The most common form of DGPS involves determining the combined effects of navigation message ephemeris and satellite clock errors [including the effects of selective availability (SA), if active] at a reference station and transmitting pseudorange corrections, in real time, to a user's receiver. The receiver applies the corrections in the process of determining its position [63]....

    pdf26p doroxon 16-08-2010 96 29   Download

  • The Global Positioning System(GPS) is a satellite-based navigation system that was developed by the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) in the early 1970s. Initially, GPS was developed as a military system to fulfill U.S. mili- tary needs. However, it was later made available to civilians, and is now a dual-use systemthat can be accessed by bothmilitary and civilian users [1].

    pdf165p beobobeo 01-08-2012 47 28   Download

  • It’s fun to uncover something that you aren’t supposed to know about— many software applications and movies on DVD contain what are known as “easter eggs.” However, imagine finding something that you aren’t supposed to find that turns out to be useful and informative. In this chapter, we are going to hunt for GPS easter eggs, delving into the secrets that lie behind the standard menus on your GPS unit to find useful features and diagnostic screens that can give you information about your system and troubleshoot problems that you might have.

    pdf351p ltvtrinh 24-09-2012 49 23   Download

  • This paper pro -poses two ideas for adapting standard kinematic techniques to situations that do not naturally allow for the constraint of a fixed baseline. The first calls for extracting the information needed to resolve the integer ambiguity from the very data collected while the kinematic survey is in progress. The second idea addresses the use of the antenna exchange technique for mobile platforms where the original locations of the antennas are not likely to remain stationary during the physical exchange.

    pdf8p belenguyen 22-05-2014 17 1   Download

  • The percentage of hard substratum cover will be using the Points Intercept method (Hodgson and Waddell,1996) on the 6 replicate of the transect 150 m total long The data was collected including by hard coral, soft coral (to the specific of genus and living growth of form. For example ACB: Acropora branching coral), dead coral, dead coral with algae, sea weed, sponge, gravel, sand, rock, silt/clay and other organism living in the coral reef. (English et al 1997).

    ppt13p sanhnhamtheki 28-08-2012 30 3   Download

  • To address these objectives, we collected data and analyzed changes in companies’ choice of auditors and in audit fees, computed concentration ratios and other measures of concentration. We developed an econometric model to evaluate how various factors, including the level of market concentration, could explain fees that public companies paid to their auditors. To obtain the views of public companies and accounting firms on audit competition and challenges, we conducted two surveys.

    pdf28p tay_thi_le 19-02-2013 25 3   Download

  • Seven synthetic patient records were manually created to capture typical medical record data: demographic information, contact information, family his- tory, life style data, allergies, immunizations, information on conditions, procedures, prescriptions, and visits to health care providers. These records are by no means com- plete, or unabridged. In practice, clinicians often base care on similar records when treating patients.

    pdf8p thangbienthai 17-11-2012 16 0   Download

  • Today's mobile devices have GPS and standard APIs to give you access to coordinates—but what can you do with that data? With this concise book, application developers learn how to work with location data quickly and easily, using Node.js, CouchDB, and other open source tools and libraries. Node.js makes it simple to run event code on the Web, and the CouchDB document-oriented database lets you store location data and perform complex queries on it quickly.

    pdf66p hoa_can 26-01-2013 53 18   Download

  • Ground vehicles can navigate using signals from external navigation systems such as the Global Positioning System (GPS) (Figure 1.1), or by using signals from internal devices such as a compass, an odometer, a gyroscope, an accelerometer, or a full-blown inertial navigation system (INS). In practice, the most reliable and accurate navigation is obtained by combining data from all available sources, including static databases such as a digitized map. This chapter will discuss many of these sources of navigation data, and methods for combining them....

    pdf285p aries23 29-09-2012 38 13   Download

  • The APAC region has the most experience with LBS, led by Japan and Korea. But adoption has been widespread and growth forecasts, for both consumer usage and revenues derived from LBS are very impressive. Strategy Analytics (SA), a leading global organization with analysts based in Europe, Asia and the Americas, have shared their forecasts for the APAC region. Their 2011 report notes, “(we) expect the popularity of mobile search, maps, and navigation applications to drive the adoption of location based services among consumers.

    pdf10p doiroimavanchuadc 06-02-2013 23 5   Download

  • The book teaches how to write rich, interactive, and smart BlackBerry applications in Java. It expects the readers to know Java but not Java Mobile or the BlackBerry APIs. This book will cover UI programming, data storage, programming network, and Internet API apps. As we move on, you will learn more about the BlackBerry’s device features, such as messaging, GPS, multimedia, contacts and calendar, and so on.

    pdf368p bongbong_hong 07-12-2012 35 4   Download

  • in this book, I explore all aspects of developing mobile applications using Flash CS5 and Flash Builder for Android and iOS apps. You’ll discover how to build an app, and install, and debug it on your mobile device. I then walk you through each key topic related to mobile Flash app development, including multitouch events, motion sensor, accelerometer, GPS, mobile services integration, and persistent data storage.

    pdf338p bongbong_hong 14-12-2012 30 4   Download

  • Information Technology, which is one of global competitive technologies in Korea, was introduced to utilize the production area more efficiently. Chang (2006) has reported a using of a wireless internet environment and PDA system to exchange real time information data between the workers. Shin (2006) has presented a prototype of block tracking system for pre-erection area using of PDA and GPS to chase the location of each block and to exchange the pre-erection work order.

    pdf64p quynho77 13-11-2012 17 3   Download

  • This is the first paper using household survey data from two countries involved in an international war (Eritrea and Ethiopia) to measure the conflict’s impact on children’s health in both nations. The identification strategy uses event data to exploit exogenous variation in the conflict’s geographic extent and timing and the exposure of different children’s birth cohorts to the fighting. The paper uniquely incorporates GPS information on the distance between survey villages and conflict sites to more accurately measure a child’s war exposure.

    pdf30p can_thai 12-12-2012 15 2   Download

  • You can set the DesiredAccuracy property of the Geolocator object: PositionAccuracy.High – if you want the most accurate data available, but at the cost of increased battery usage, network bandwidth and possibly monetary charges from wireless network operators. Often this causes the GPS to be activated

    pdf47p pokemon251 11-10-2013 40 2   Download

  • Pearson and Heywood (2004) studied reflection through a survey of attitudes toward and reported use of reflective portfolios in learning among UK GP registrars (postgraduate students). Sixty-five percent of 92 responders used the portfolio regularly for recording, and 42% used it in reflective learning. Three categories emerged in relation to the portfolio: reflectors, those who recorded data in the portfolio, reflected on that information and/or discussed it; recorders, those who used the portfolio to record data; and, non-users, those who did not record data in the portfolio.

    pdf6p thangbienthai 17-11-2012 12 0   Download

Đồng bộ tài khoản