Mat Amin, Zulkarnaini and Wan Mohd. Akib, Wan Abd. Aziz and Setan, Halim (2003) Experimental works on the use of kinematic GPS positioning in continuous monitoring applications. Geoinformation Science Journal .
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GPS techniques are now being used extensively in many monitoring applications such as engineering structures, landslides and crustal deformation. In most cases, the attainable accuracy of GPS measurements is dependent upon the presence of errors or noises in the measurements. Some of the errors can be eliminated or minimised by differencing techniques, but others require particular attention if a high accuracy result is sought. This paper presents various experiments on kinematic GPS surveys, from which a method to reduce GPS errors has been established. The method is based on transferring the error from one station to another where the two stations are highly correlated. Three GPS stations were involved: the first was located at a known reference station, the second at fixed station near the object being monitored and the third positioned on the object itself. It is the strong correlation between the latter stations that enables corrected co-ordinates to be determined. Results from the tests show that by applying the aforementioned method, the final GPS measurements are more reliable for use with continuous monitoring applications, particularly for structural monitoring. Based on the feasibility study of the kinematic GPS, the responses with tip displacement of 1 cm can be detected by GPS.
|Uncontrolled Keywords:||continuous monitoring, global positioning system, correlation and error correction|
|Subjects:||T Technology > TA Engineering (General). Civil engineering (General)|
|Divisions:||Geoinformation Science And Engineering (Formerly known)|
|Deposited By:||En. Tajul Ariffin Musa|
|Deposited On:||13 Dec 2007 03:51|
|Last Modified:||09 Jun 2011 04:33|
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