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Volume 22, Issue 4 - Dec 2004
Volume 22, Issue 3 - Sep 2004
Volume 22, Issue 2 - Jun 2004
Volume 22, Issue 1 - Mar 2004
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On Development of the GIS Application Based on Satellite Images
Journal of the Korean Society of Surveying, Geodesy, Photogrammetry and Cartography, volume 22, issue 1, 2004, Pages 1~9
Until comparatively lately the use of vector data is the main current in GIS fields. Vector data have many advantages such as easy of scale change, small data volume and so on. But it also has some weak point that can't apply real world. The other hand the satellite images have strong point that can apply real world actually. Recently rapid progress of computer capacity and processing velocity is the current trend of the times. Therefore in this study I intend to develop GIS application based on satellite images with vector data and raster data altogether. This system is developed by using Visual C＋＋ in the personal computer and MS Access's MDB far database management. The LANDSAT, KOMPSAT and IKONOS satellite image database were used in this study. Also, we are studied to set up scale for screen display according to spatial resolution.
Real Time Alarm System of Enormous Structure Using RTK GPS
Journal of the Korean Society of Surveying, Geodesy, Photogrammetry and Cartography, volume 22, issue 1, 2004, Pages 11~19
Such social structures as bridges,, buildings, dams and towers have been transformed by their own load or fundamental ground. They have been behaved by other external causes. These regular or irregular behaviors threaten to do their users safety. Therefore, to monitor the load of the structures or reaction shown by them could help to verify their behaviors. RTK GPS allows the use of a static base station and remote rover unit to allow f3r data collection within several seconds and in real time. It is useful for monitoring the behaviors of massive structures like bridges. In this Study, Among GPS methods, we used RTK GPS to analyze the precision of monitoring and then on the basis of it, we developed a monitoring system using RTK GPS when measured the behavior of main tower of a suspension bridge by using RTK GPS. Comparing a deviation between observation values, X axis was Imm, Y axis was 1mm and Z axis 2.2mm. It turned out that it was possible to monitor and measure structures by RTK GPS.
A Experimental Study on the 3-D Image Restoration Technique of Submerged Area by Chung-ju Dam
Journal of the Korean Society of Surveying, Geodesy, Photogrammetry and Cartography, volume 22, issue 1, 2004, Pages 21~27
It will be a real good news fer the people who were lost their hometown by the construction of a large dam to be restored to the farmer state. Focused on Cheung-pyung around where most part were submerged by the Chungju large Dam founded in eurly 1980s, It used remote sensing image restoration Technique in this study in order to restore topographical features before the flood with stereo effects. We gathered comparatively good satellite photos and remotely sensed digital images, then its made a new fusion image from these various satellite images and the topographical map which had been made before the water filled by the DAM. This task was putting together two kinds of different timed images. And then, we generated DEM including the outskirts of that area as matching current contour lines with the map. That could be a perfect 3D image of test areas around before when it had been water filled by making perspective images from all directions included north, south, east and west, fer showing there in 3 dimensions. Also, for close range visiting made of flying simulation can bring to experience their real space at that time. As a result of this experimental task, it made of new fusion images and 3-D perspective images and simulation live images by remotely sensed photos and images, old paper maps about vanished submerged Dam areas and gained of possibility 3-D terrain image restoration about submerged area by large Dam construction.
Development of Coordinate Transformation Tool for Existing Digital Map
Journal of the Korean Society of Surveying, Geodesy, Photogrammetry and Cartography, volume 22, issue 1, 2004, Pages 29~36
This study describes the development of coordinate transformation tool for transforming the digital map using newly derived transformation parameters which are determined from the data referred to the local geodetic datum and the geocentric datum (ITRF2000) and the distortion modelling derived from collocation method. We prepared 190 common points and used 107 points to calculate 7 transformation parameters. In order to evaluate an accuracy of coordinate transformation, 83 common points were tested. In this study, we used Molodensky-Badekas model to derive the 7 transformation Parameters. An accuracy of 0.22m was obtained applying 7 Parameters transformation and the distortion modelling together. It shows that the accuracy of coordinate transformation is improved 72% against the result of 7 parameters transformation only. We developed the transformation tool, GDKtrans, which can be transformed the digital map of scales 1/50,000, 1/25,000 and 1/5,000. We also analyzed the digital map of l/5,000 at six urban areas by GPS observations. The result shows less RMSE of about 1.9 m and large disagreement at position and features. Consequently, we suggests that l/5,000 digital map is necessary of whole revision.
Construction of Container Management System Using GPS
Journal of the Korean Society of Surveying, Geodesy, Photogrammetry and Cartography, volume 22, issue 1, 2004, Pages 37~44
This study aims to develop an optimized system for container management in Customs Free Zone. Positioning methods and wireless data communication methods were analyzed and then introduced to the container management system constructed in this study. For the trial test, it was founded that the accuracy of the GPS receiver using a single frequency band was not satisfied. However, the position of container can be matched with a digital map by map matching process. It was also founded that the precise method like Inverted DGPS is required when sight of a satellite is blocked.
Calaulation of Geometric Geoidal Heights Using Gps/leveling Data in Study Area
Journal of the Korean Society of Surveying, Geodesy, Photogrammetry and Cartography, volume 22, issue 1, 2004, Pages 45~52
It can be classified in various methods to get the geoidal heights. It can be achieved geometric geoidal heights if we do GPS surveying in leveling point. The aims of this paper are calculation of geometric geoidal heights using GPS/leveling data in study area and evaluation of the global and local geoid models in and around Korean peninsula. For this study, study area was selected in the leveling line from Kunsan to Chonju city and GPS surveying was accomplished in the leveling line. And, also spherical harmonic analysis was made on the three global geopotential models, OSU91A, EGM96, EGM96m under same condition. Then the differences were calculated between geometric geoidal heights and geoidal heights of 3 geopotential models, KOGD2002 which was Korean gravimetric geoid model. The results shows that EGM96m is the best model because the differences between geoidal heights of E6M96m and geometric geoidal heights of GPS/Leveling data appear the smallest value among them.
An Experimental Study on the Determination of Exterior Orientation Parameters with GPS/INS
Journal of the Korean Society of Surveying, Geodesy, Photogrammetry and Cartography, volume 22, issue 1, 2004, Pages 53~62
This paper deals with a new approach to acquire the exterior orientation parameters based on GPS(Global Positioning System) in combination with IMU(Inertial Measuring Unit), which enables us to achieve the same accuracy with minimal ground control points comparing to the conventional photogrammetric method. To prove the possibility of practical use of GPS/INS photogrammetry, a survey flight was conducted loading with all necessary photographing systems. The observed data set by GPS/IMU were analyzed and verified :he accuracy performance of kinematic GPS, and also compared to those of conventional photogrammetry in various points of view.
Application of the GPS Data Simplification Methods for Railway Alignments Reconstruction
Journal of the Korean Society of Surveying, Geodesy, Photogrammetry and Cartography, volume 22, issue 1, 2004, Pages 63~71
This research is to reconstruction of railway alignment using GPS data, an investigation is made on the method of optimum simplification for reduction of unnecessary linear data, improve the accuracy by using four simplification algorithms among the methods. By applying two measured of displacement between observed data and it's simplification methods have been evaluated. The results showed that the complexities of lines is not practical to investigate simplification algorithms, the Douglas-Peucker method produced a little displacement between observed data and it's simplification. Its by using the Douglas-Peucker method to observed linear GPS data in railway track, design elements of horizontal alignment have been calculated. Then we could know that obtain the good results fur reconstruction of alignment elements through the methods and algorithns of this study.
A Study on the GCP and DEM Accuracy Evaluation of SPOT Image Using GPS
Journal of the Korean Society of Surveying, Geodesy, Photogrammetry and Cartography, volume 22, issue 1, 2004, Pages 73~80
The purpose of this study is the GCP/DEM estimations through satellite stereo image interpretation using GPS. We carried out GPS observation fixing first order control points and GPS permanent stations. Comparing static surveying and kinematic surveying, we analysed the surveying methods for GCP and DEM estimations. As the results, considering SPOT image spatial resolution, the DEM can be made through satellite stereo image interpretation.
A Study on Precision Rectification Technique of Multi-scale Satellite Images Data for Change Detection
Journal of the Korean Society of Surveying, Geodesy, Photogrammetry and Cartography, volume 22, issue 1, 2004, Pages 81~90
Because satellite images include geometry distortions according to photographing conditions and sensor property, and their spatial and radiational resolution and spectrum resolution are different, it is so difficult to make a precise results of analysis. For comparing more than two images, the precise geometric corrections should be preceded because it necessary to eliminate systematic errors due to basic sensor information difference and non-systematic errors due to topographical undulations. In this study, we did sensor modeling using satellite sensor information to make a basic map of change detection for artificial topography. We eliminated the systematic errors which can be occurred in photographing conditions using GCP and DEM data. The Kompsat EOC images relief could be reduced by precise rectification method. Classifying images which was used for change detections by city and forest zone, the accuracy of the matching results are increased by 10% and the positioning accuracies also increased. The result of change detection using basic map could be used for basic data fur GIS application and topographical renovation.