The Problem of the Instrument Stabilization During Hydrographic Measurements
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Institute of Navigation and Marine Hydrography, Faculty of Navigation and Naval Weapon, Polish Naval Academy, 69 Smidowicza Str., 81-000, Gdynia, Poland
Online publication date: 2016-05-31
Publication date: 2016-06-01
Reports on Geodesy and Geoinformatics 2016;100:55-65
Performing any measurement on watercraft is connected with many additional difficulties caused by the sea-environment. The most important is the problem of spatial stabilization of measurement systems, which are usually fastened to craft body. As soon as usually these measurement are executed during the move of the craft additional question is the accuracy of execution the planed trajectory. This is a problem for all investigators, especially when system use spatially configured beams of any antennas or other sensors, regardless is it receiving or transmitting one. Different aspects of these question are the subject of research activity of Institute of Navigation and Maritime Hydrography of Polish Naval Academy. In this paper the review of works executed in last years are presented.
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