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Vos, Thomas (author)
Drifters equipped with GPS-trackers have been widely used to investigate surface velocities in a wide range of coastal and oceanic settings. A detailed description of a new, cell-phone based, budget drifter system is given, along with an overview of the potential error sources and the magnitude of these sources. Drag related “windage” errors...
master thesis 2018
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Snoek, Jasper (author)
Nowcasting, synonymous for short term (0-6h) forecasting of precipitation with high detail in terms of location, timing and intensity, is a dynamic field of research in weather forecasting that is relevant in mitigating the impact of severe weather events. Along with the development of remote sensing instruments, the first methods that were...
master thesis 2017
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Hermans, Tim (author)
Glacial isostatic adjustment is the viscoelastic response of the Earth to ice and ocean loads. In forward models of glacial isostatic adjustment, mantle viscosity is often assumed to be laterally homogeneous. However, a lateral transition in shear wave velocities suggests a sharp transition in viscosity between West and East Antarctica. Along...
master thesis 2017
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van Wijk, Bryan (author), de Koning, Dorian (author), Lugtenburg, Jochem (author)
A start-up creates videos which users can watch to experience their running or cycling activity all over again. Currently, the company depends on external data sources to generate a video. To be less dependent on these sources the company wants to create their own tracking solution. This solution has to fit in their existing smartphone...
bachelor thesis 2017
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Macarulla Rodriguez, Andrea (author)
Google Location History Timeline could be used in the future to track mobile devices of users with a Google account. The Department of Forensic Digital Technology in the Netherlands Forensic Institute might consider using it as available data for evidence in its investigations. A part of this research is to assess the accuracy of the locations...
master thesis 2017
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Van Tiggelen, M. (author)
In this report, a least-squares approach is described for retrieving the 3D structure of the electron concentration in the Earth’s upper ionosphere and plasmasphere, using Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) data-sets from Low-Earth-Orbiting (LEO) satellites. Due to the lack of horizontal radio wave geometries, the method uses assumptions...
student report 2017
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Roobeek, M. (author)
Injuries are a sportsman’s worst nightmare: They withhold players from playing, they weaken teams and they force clubs to buy a bench-full of substitutes. On top of that, injuries can cause an awful lot of pain. Regulating match and training intensity can drastically decrease the risk of getting injured. Furthermore, it can optimally prepare...
master thesis 2017
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Koning, A.M. (author)
Additional thesis - To improve weather monitoring, local near-real time weather forecasts and climate monitoring, a dense network of sensors should be set up. As shown already in the 1990s, GPS is a promising measurement device to form a dense network for meteorology observation. Because of economic reasons, a network of dual frequency GPS...
student report 2017
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Stierman, E.M.J. (author)
Additional thesis - Precipitation and especially rainfall are very important for the world’s population. It has its positive and negative side like providing water and contrary causing floods. Therefore it is of utmost importance to make clear and accurate weather predictions. The revolution of GPS in the last few decades gave a new opportunity...
student report 2017
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Iliadi, A. (author)
Nowadays, there is an increasing number of large scale events and a growing number of people tend to participate to these events. In general, during large scale events the combination of the lack of sufficient information to support crowd management with the movements of the crowd can create not only problems on the undisturbed movements of...
master thesis 2016
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Treffers, N. (author)
Many different Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) are currently in orbit or are being deployed. Research on positioning techniques using these satellites is ongoing. The Curtin GNSS Research Centre has developed a software tool for further testing of these techniques. This thesis represents the testing done on the Curtin PPP-RTK User...
master thesis 2016
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Galama, I.M. (author)
This master thesis analysed the route choice behaviour at the mass event SAIL Amsterdam 2015. Both stated preference [SP] (online survey) and revealed preference [RP] (GPS-trackers) data was collected, to gain more insight into the behaviour of pedestrians. Attributes of influence on the route choices are researched on the one hand. On the other...
master thesis 2016
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Hintaran, R.E. (author)
The purpose of this thesis is to estimate a pedestrian route choice model from revealed preference GPS data. Aim of this model is to understand how pedestrians choose their routes within an urban area and to find out which quantitative environmental street factors influence their route choice behaviour. The city of Zürich was taken as a case...
master thesis 2016
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Centen, I. (author)
In this report a prediction method is developed for scour around monopiles. A soft computing technique called genetic programming (GP) is used to create a scour prediction formula that can compute scour in all offshore conditions, meaning current-induced, wave-induced and combined current- and wave-induced scour. The GP was trained with an...
master thesis 2015
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Sileryte, R. (author)
Even though studies of the built environment’s impact on citizens’ physical activity have become an aspiring topic in the recent years, up to now the most investigated topic is transport-related walking or cycling. However, little is known about the patterns of leisure-related physically active travels. One of the reasons behind this lack of...
master thesis 2015
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Willems, H.R.S. (author)
Freight is moved by trucks on the road more and more, which is a worrying thing, especially for the environment. A very good alternative to transportation by trucks is transportation by trains. The Dutch government aims to increase the transportation of goods by train from 13% of all transportation to 20% of all transportation, but in reality,...
master thesis 2015
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Oliveti, M. (author)
With the help of technologies such as GPS tracks, GIS and open data is now possible to study people travel behaviour in a new way. Nowadays, large datasets can be easily handled thanks to database and better visualized using GIS. Moreover, the availability of GPS data, open data and VGI makes accessible a lot of new information, which was not...
master thesis 2015
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Van den Berg, R.P. (author)
Keeping maps up to date is quite costly because road geometry changes over time and mapping by professional surveyors is an expensive operation. With the presence of GPS sensors on mobile phones and in most cars today it becomes possible to measure the location of roads with many measurements from sensors of lower accuracy. In this thesis we...
master thesis 2015
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Van der Reek, M. (author), Dreef, K. (author)
Op het moment zijn er geen gebruiksvriendelijke en betaalbare producten die de prestaties van een roeier kunnen meten op het water. In dit bachelor afstudeerproject wordt de software besproken die is ontworpen voor Android 4.4. Hier worden de keuzes die zijn gemaakt voor de software toegelicht. Met behulp van de verkregen kracht en hoek van de...
bachelor thesis 2014
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Van Winden, K.B.A. (author)
There are many applications that use maps, and more detailed the maps are, more applications can benefit from the map. Many maps are still manually created and also the underlying attributes are informed in a manual process. This thesis presents a method to automatically derive and update attribute road data by mining and analyzing movement...
master thesis 2014
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