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Station Balanacan, one of the triangulation stations established by the US Coast and Geodetic Survey (USCGS) between 1901 and 1911, is also called the Luzon Datum of 1911.
In the words of Slavce Trpevski, Director of the Agency for Real Estate Cadastre, in addition to these activities, the geodetic firms in the period ahead will have to make the new address register of the Republic of Macedonia, make a mass real estate evaluation and conduct surveys of infrastructure facilities.
He said that during the mid December 2014 to January 2015 period, the geodetic team measured a 26.87-mm inflation.
It is known that the information about the parameters of the dynamics of geodynamic processes in general is received by the geodetic methods.
The use of the geodetic structures in aircraft construction was pioneered by Barnes Wallis, of Vickers-Armstrong, who developed it from the structure of his successful R100 airship (which was only abandoned as a result of the R101 disaster).
For the reader of this journal the subject "teaching geodetic surveying" can be understood as teaching a whole complex of subjects, e.g., for preparing geodetic specialists.
The geographic position of an object is described by geodetic coordinates: B--geodetic latitude, L--geodetic longitude, and [H.sup.(g)]--geodetic height.
Most of optical--electronic geodetic measuring instruments consist, among the other elements, of the circular scales and angular transducers for angle determination in two perpendicular planes--horizontal and vertical.
The problem of coordinate conversions and transformations has continued to be one of the most important preoccupations of worldwide geodetic specialists.
The coordinates you get are based on a particular geodetic datum, such as the World Geodetic System 1984 (WGS84) or North American Datum 1927 (NAD27).
Geodetic Systems (Melbourne, FL) has launched its third-generation digital photogrammetric camera, the INCA3, which employs a high-resolution CCD sensor and a compact industrial PC.
Known as geodetic precession, this effect is expected to shift the gyroscopes' spin axes by more than 150 times as much as frame dragging does.