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Kersbergen, Daniël (author)
In the second half of the 20th and beginning of the 21st century the amount of natural disasters has increased rapidly. Due to this rise in occurrences, more people are affected. An important indicator for people affected is the amount of damage to buildings. To gather this information aid workers now have to go into the field to gather data on...
master thesis 2018
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Bon, Matthijs (author)
One way to stimulate a more circular economy, is to explore opportunities for urban mining. This thesis explores a new method to assess the quantity of underground electricity cables which could one day become available for urban mining. This research answers the question: ”To what extent can topological networks be used to localize and quantify...
master thesis 2017
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ten Kate, Jan (author)
Noise nuisance caused by outdoor music events has become a heavily discussed
issue in metropolitan environments such as Amsterdam. The main objective of this research is to lay the foundation for a map that effectively disseminate noise information and facilitates well-informed decision making concerning the impact and assessment of outdoor...
master thesis 2017
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Sirdeshmukh, Neeraj (author), Kotoula, Lydia (author), Christodoulou, Antria (author), Manolova, Manuela (author), Oostwegel, Laurens (author)
This paper has its focus on the accessibility, interoperability and quality of different point cloud datasets. The main objective of the project is to research the process of harmonizing point cloud datasets of different origins and to incorporate the integrated datasets in a web viewer that allows for visualization and analysis. As a case study...
student report 2017
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Bebelaar, Niek (author), Kleijwegt, Cathelijne (author), Meulmeester, Roeland (author), Michailidou, Gina (author), Salheb, Nebras (author), Vaissier, Noortje (author)
This synthesis project is focused on implementing an Internet of Things (IoT) network to measure environmental data in the city of Delft. This network consists of sensor platforms that are placed in the urban environment. Each sensor platform is mounted on fixed locations and it is not moved during the measurement time. The aim is to raise...
student report 2017
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Cemellini, Barbara (author), van Opstal, Willem (author), Wang, Cheng-Kai (author), Xenakis, Dimitris (author)
We are now gradually entering the era of big data - maybe a bit too much of a buzzword, but it is not lied. Technology is evolving fast, enabling faster and more efficient data acquisition, storage, retrieval and processing. Point cloud datasets are such a type which relies on large files and lots of processing power. The rather fast evolutions...
student report 2017
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Angelova, Lilia (author), Flikweert, Puck (author), Karydakis, Panagiotis (author), Kersbergen, Daniël (author), Teeuwen, Roos (author), Valečkaitė, Kotryna (author)
Along with the rise of the smart city movement, Internet of Things is an upcoming phenomenon. Objects and devices are becoming more and more wirelessly interconnected, communicating information between themselves and to human beings. As an extension on static sensor networks that gather real-time environmental data, the feasibility of...
student report 2017
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Hemmes, Tom (author), Li, Weiran (author), van der Maaden, Jippe (author), Olsen, Brenda (author), Veenendaal, Marc-Julien (author)
Point clouds are becoming one of the most common ways to represent geographical data. The scale of acquisition of point clouds is growing steadily. However, point clouds are often very large in storage size and require computationally intensive operations. The integration of point clouds nowadays still face a lot of challenges. This project...
student report 2017
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Van Winden, K.B.A. (author), Onrust, B. (author), Van der Laan, E. (author), Kruminaite, M. (author), Makri, A. (author), Xu, W. (author), Liu, H. (author)
This is the final report of the 2013 Synthesis Project of MSc Geomatics. The research is about the possibilities of creating the DaRen application: "A multi-purpose 3D indoor navigation application".
student report 2013
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Boeters, R. (author), Donkers, S. (author), Lee, D.J. (author), Liem, V. (author), Montazeri, S. (author), van Oostveen, J. (author), Pietrzyk, P. (author)
The Geomatics Synthesis Project (GSP) was an eight-week culminating group project by seven second-year MSc. Geomatics students. The objective was to undertake group and fieldwork through a real-world project with an external organization. In association with Laboratoire des Sciences de L'Image Informatique et Teledetection (LSIIT) at the...
student report 2012
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Nedkov, S.B. (author)
Three-dimensional maps are deemed better for navigation purposes as they offer a larger number and more realistic navigation cues than two-dimensional maps. Improvements in two key technologies have opened the doors towards utilization of 3D maps for car navigation devices. Advances in data acquisition technologies and data processing methods...
master thesis 2012
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Altena, B. (author)
In this study the limits and potentials of the principle of photoclinometry for glacier elevation modelling is assessed. A combination of optical and laser remote sensing instruments are used to map the surface of different remote ice bodies. Loss and gain of a glaciers' mass is a good indicator for local climate. If mass-balances of glaciers...
master thesis 2012
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Kagkaras, A. (author)
In Aerospace Engineering the field of Computational Flow Dynamics (CFD) studies the aerodynamic behaviour of aircrafts. What is currently being used to perform CFD simulations are Computer Aided Design (CAD) models of the airplanes, which are usually low-detail industrial design models. Research of new methods for improving the results of the...
master thesis 2006
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