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  Geodesy Laboratory  
Students use the Geomatics lab to analyze data, collected during teaching/project assignments, and research work.

Currently, mainly three techniques are represented:

GPS: Global Positioning System

  • plan and design GPS surveys,
  • download, reduce, and store GPS data after field trips,
  • analyze the GPS data, and compute the final coordinates of the GPS network.

Classical Surveys

  • planning and design of classical surveys,
  • analyze classical survey data, and compute the final coordinates of the survey network,
  • calibration of survey equipment (so called, total stations that measure angles and distances simultaneously).

Modern Data Collection Techniques: Lidar

  • analyze Lidar data from aerial and terrestrial Lidar surveys to enhance engineering design.

 

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