Course Details

# Geodesy III

GE07 course is part of 1 study plan

B-P-C-GK / GI Winter Semester 2nd year

Theoretical principals and application of transformations in plane and space. Special directional measurement - gyroskopic and magnetic measurement. Centering of directions and distances. Principles, Measurement and processing of GPS/GLONASS. Survey of underground line and object, including their location.

Course Guarantor

Institute

Objective

Getting an overview of problems in transformation. Acquaintance with basic principles and methods of measurement and orientation of geodetic networks. Gyroskopic and magnetic measurement. Basic methods of space geodesy.

Knowledge

Student gets overview of transformation, acquaintances with basic principles and methods of measurement and orientation of geodetic networks, gyroskopic and magnetic measurement and basic of space geodesy.

Syllabus

1. Trigonometric leveling
2. Two-dimensional conformal transformation. Calculation of transformation parameters by LSQ adjustment.
3. Helmert&apos;s, affine and projective transformations. Correction transformed coordinates weighted average method
4. Three-dimensional conformal transformation. Rotating matrices. Calculation of transformation parameters by LSQ adjustment.
5. Basics of GNSS - GPS, GLONAS and more.
6. GNSS signals, navigation message correction measurements.
7. Equation of the code and phase measurements. Solution of the autonomous positioning
8. Differential and linear combinations of code and phase measurements - principles and purpose
9.Differential GNSS systems, GNSS Applications
10. Selected methods of orientation - gyro measurements. Conversion of azimuth into bearing.
11. Selected methods of directional orientation - magnetic measurements.
12. Finding the lost points with known coordinates
13. Further development of technologies in geodesy.

Prerequisites

Fundamental knowledge of mathematics, geometry and physics. Knowlendge of basic geodetic measurement and computation.

Language of instruction

Czech

Credits

5 credits

Semester

winter

Forms and criteria of assessment

course-unit credit and examination

Specification of controlled instruction, the form of instruction, and the form of compensation of the absences

Extent and forms are specified by guarantor’s regulation updated for every academic year.

Offered to foreign students

Not to offer

Course on BUT site

Lecture

13 weeks, 2 hours/week, elective

Syllabus

1. Trigonometric leveling 2. Two-dimensional conformal transformation. Calculation of transformation parameters by LSQ adjustment. 3. Helmert's, affine and projective transformations. Correction transformed coordinates weighted average method 4. Three-dimensional conformal transformation. Rotating matrices. Calculation of transformation parameters by LSQ adjustment. 5. Basics of GNSS - GPS, GLONAS and more. 6. GNSS signals, navigation message correction measurements. 7. Equation of the code and phase measurements. Solution of the autonomous positioning 8. Differential and linear combinations of code and phase measurements - principles and purpose 9.Differential GNSS systems, GNSS Applications 10. Selected methods of orientation - gyro measurements. Conversion of azimuth into bearing. 11. Selected methods of directional orientation - magnetic measurements. 12. Finding the lost points with known coordinates 13. Further development of technologies in geodesy.

Exercise

13 weeks, 2 hours/week, compulsory

Syllabus

1. Trigonometric leveling 1. 2. Trigonometric leveling 2. 3. The calculation parameters conformal and Helmert transformation LSQ adjustment 4. The calculation parameters conformal and Helmert transformation LSQ adjustment 5. Equipment for GNSS. 6. Static, rapid static and stop and go method of GPS measuring 1 7. Static, rapid static and stop and go method of GPS measuring 2 8. Processing static and stop and go measurements - 1 9. Processing static and stop and go measurements - 2 10. Real-time measurement 11. Gyroscophics azimuth 12. Finding the lost points with known coordinates 13. Reserve