GPS and mobile multisensor mapping system

Zhang, K and Xiao, B 2003, 'GPS and mobile multisensor mapping system', Wuhan University Journal of Natural Sciences, vol. 8, pp. 557-565.

Document type: Journal Article
Collection: Journal Articles

Title GPS and mobile multisensor mapping system
Author(s) Zhang, K
Xiao, B
Year 2003
Journal name Wuhan University Journal of Natural Sciences
Volume number 8
Start page 557
End page 565
Total pages 8
Publisher Wuhan Daxue
Abstract The latest development and evolution of surveying and mobile mapping technologies opens new avenues for the acquisition, update, fast and online processing of data. Currently mobile mapping systems are supported by a series of advanced technologies, including GPS and Inertial Navigation Systems (INS), imaging sensors of high-resolution CCD, SAR, multispectral and hyperspectral sensors, portable computers and highly intelligent processing/automation algorithms. This paper outlines recent developments of micro-GPS technology and integrated mapping systems, including accuracy, integration with GIS and communication techniques. The definition and history of the Mobile Mapping System (MMS) is reviewed and briefly outlined. Advancements in low-cost, micro-GPS technologies are emphasised. Some new advancements of the current MMS will be reviewed to demonstrate recent progress and future trends of development. A few commercial MMSs are also assessed.
Subject Navigation and Position Fixing
DOI - identifier 10.1007/BF02899819
Copyright notice © 2003 Wuhan University and Springer
ISSN 1007-1202
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