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 Title & Authors
Development of Positioning System Based on Auto VRS-GPS Surveying
Choi, Hyun; Kim, Young-Jong; Park, Woo-Sik;
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 Abstract
There has been a need for replacing human labors with a robot in such dangerous and hard jobs of various construction sites. For that reason, many researches have been made about the high quality robot, which performs its duty instead of human labors. This study is about auto surveying system development based on VRS-GPS which enables autodriving in dangerous areas where it`s difficult for humans to measure directly. This study is about the auto-surveying system development, based on VRS-GPS, which enables auto-drive in dangerous areas, whereas difficult for humans to measure directly. The GPS is made with GRXI and SHC250 controllers of the SOKKIA company. The auto surveying system is composed of DPS module, geomagnetism sensor, bluetooth, gimbals, IMU, etc to automatic drive via enter into a route of position. The developed auto surveying system has installed the carmeras for front and vertical axis as well as systems to grasp situation of surveying with smartphone in real time. The result from analysed RMSE of auto surveying system and VRS-GPS surveying is 0.0169m of X-axis and 0.0246m of Y-axis.
 Keywords
VRS-GPS;Geomatics information;Auto surveying system;Geomagnetism sensor;IMU;
 Language
English
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