THE THICKENING OF THE GEODETIC NETWORK BY SATELLITE MEASUREMENTS IN VINGA COMMUNE PUBLISHEDMartin VELESCU, Adrian SMULEAC, Mihai SIMON Banat’s University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine”King Mihai I of Romania email@example.com
In this paper is depicted the creation of the geodetic network of Vinga commune. Vinga is a commune in Arad County, close to the boundary with Timiș County. The commune also includes the settlements of Mănăștur and Mailat, with a total area of around 14142 acres. The following criteria were considered before selecting the points that will thicken the national network and be determined by GNSS measurements: to ensure the point's preservation for a long time, to be visible from 15 degrees above the horizon, to have GNSS receivers set to collect data every 5 seconds, and to be accessible regardless of the weather conditions. There should be no high-power electrical installations near the stations or emission relays, according to the fundamental criteria that are decided to be able to be employed in future operations. The measurements were totally carried out using satellite technology. The following activities were carried out in order to create this geodetic network: GNSS measurements using the static technique for thickening the support network, and GNSS measurements using the radio method for thickening the support network. Feno terminals were used to make field markings for the GNSS approach of thickening the network. With reference to the locations in the national geodetic network RO, two L1 / L2 dual frequency receivers, model LEICA VIVA GS08, were utilized for measurement. The geodetic thickening network is being built to meet some economic and legal administrative criteria, and it will serve as the foundation for topographic measurements for various reasons.
GNSS, Leica Viva GS08, Leica TS16, Feno, network