DOI: 
10.22389/0016-7126-2018-932-2-59-64
1 Konon N.I.
2 Ratinski M.G.
Year: 
№: 
932
Pages: 
59-64

Military Topographic Section of the Russian Federation Armed Forces’ Military-and-Scientific Society

1, 
2, 
Abstract:
At present, high-speed amphibious vehicles are undoubtedly a new mode of transport. The problems of geoinformation and navigation support for high-speed amphibious vehicles, becoming one of the most promising types of transport, are considered. It is shown that modern high-speed amphibious vehicles present increased requirements to geospatial and navigational data, which the existing cartographic-geodetic and navigation-hydrographic support system cannot provide. The essential difference between high-speed amphibious vehicles and traditional modes of transport is their ability to move in different natural environments. That is why in the process of using this type of transport in the management of traffic, it is necessary to simultaneously use cartographic, geodetic, hydrographic, navigational and other data on several natural environments to ensure transport security. In addition, with the movement of high-speed amphibious vehicles, the requirements for the relevance of these data are increased. The ways of solving the problems of geoinformation and navigation support for high-speed amphibious vehicles are proposed.
References: 
1.   Global’naya sputnikovaya navigacionnaya sistema GLONASS. Pod redakciej V. N. Kharisova, A. I. Perova, V. A. Boldina. Moskva: IPRZHR, 1999, 560 p.
2.   Drachev P. T., Knol V. A., Nikitin A. N. Proekt ʻʻNoosfernye transportnye sistemy Sibiri i Dal’nego Vostokaˮ. Itogi realizacii. Novosibirsk: izd. RAEN, 2005, 606 p.
3.   Orlovich-Grudkov K. S. Navigacionno-gidrografi cheskoe obespechenie plavaniya sudov po vnutrennim vodnym putyam Rossii. Geoprofi, 2005, no. 3, pp. 4–6.
4.   Saraysky Yu. N. Geoinformcionnye osnovy navigacii. Sankt-Peterburg: izd. SPbGUGA, 2010, 250 p.
5.   Serapinas B.B. Global'nye sistemy pozicionirovaniya. M.: IKF «Katalog», 2002, 106 p.
6.   (1995) Global Positioning System Standard Positioning Service Signal Specification. Washington, U.S. Department of Defense, 1995,. 51 p.
Citation:
Konon N.I., 
Ratinski M.G., 
(2018) On the issue of geo-information and navigation support for high-speed amphibious vehicles. Geodesy and cartography = Geodezia i Kartografia, 932(2), pp. 59-64. (In Russian). DOI: 10.22389/0016-7126-2018-932-2-59-64
Publication History
Received: 16.11.2017
Accepted: 25.01.2018
Published: 20.03.2018

Content

2018 February DOI:
10.22389/0016-7126-2018-932-2

QR-code page

QR-код страницы