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A. Stoica, D. Savastru, M. Tautan, The use of high precision global navigation satellitary systems (GNSS) for monitoring deformation of buildings at risk for landslides, in flooding areas, J. Optoelectron. Adv. Mater., 10/6 (2008) 1495 - 1500

 

Title: The use of high precision global navigation satellitary systems (GNSS) for monitoring deformation of buildings at risk for landslides, in flooding areas

Abstract: Land Survey is the backbone for any civil engineering planning and realisation. This is true both for Cartography at large scale (11:5000 and higher) and for studying and solve problems associated to soil movements and territorial disasters. Buildings located on (or close to) a risk area like landslide, etc. are a sensible problem that Public Administration in general, have to take into account. The needs of monitoring part of the territory, in particular sensible public buildings such schools, hospitals, etc. leads to the use of GNSS technologies in addition to classical instruments.

Key words: global navigation system; building deformation; landslide; floading area

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