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EARTH OBSERVATION & NAVIGATION LAW AND TECHNOLOGY

EARTH OBSERVATION & NAVIGATION LAW AND TECHNOLOGY

red.MIROSŁAW PAWEŁCZYK, red.MARLENA JANKOWSKA, red.SŁAWOMIR AUGUSTYN, red.MARCIN KULAWIAK

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ISBN: 978-83-946766-9-8

370 stron
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Książka dotyczy tematyki obserwacji Ziemi i nawigacji. Zagadnienia te zostały omówione zarówno od strony technicznej, jaki i prawnej. Redaktorzy oraz autorzy książki wyszli z założenia, że dla zrozumienia tej problemami koniecznej jest zwrócenie naukowej uwagi na obie sfery obserwacji Ziemi i nawigacji.Wybór tematyki - obserwacja Ziemi i nawigacja w kontekście technologii i prawa - obejmuje bardzo aktualne zagadnienia związane z pozyskaniem i wykorzystaniem przestrzennych danych cyfrowych, w tym z danych satelitarnych, z uwzględnieniem aspektów prawnych, a w szczególności prawa własności intelektualnej.Naukowy charakter rozprawy jest mocno osadzony na praktycznych aspektach obserwacji Ziemi w zarówno w ujęciu prawniczym jak i technicznym, co adresuje bardzo ważne potrzeby związane z wykorzystaniem nowych technologii. Połączenie tych dwóch aspektów w ramach jednej publikacji było poważnym wyzwaniem postawionym przed redaktorami i w mojej opinii redaktorzy z tego zadania wywiązali się właściwie tworząc spójną publikację.Adam Zagórecki, Ph.D.

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List of Abbreviations Illustration Index Bibliography Introduction Letter from China Part I. Discoverology and innovatics - research in the 21st century Chapter 1. Introduction to discoverology Piotr Homola1. Introduction2. Innovatics: the logistics of discovery 2.1. Optimizing the social environment that would permit and stimulatepersonal development2.2. Providing fair information about opportunities and challengesin science and enabling attractive educational and career paths2.3. Offering science taster by enabling participation by non-professionals2.4. Developing large scale social tools to support and make optimum useof collaborative creativity2.5. Introducing fun & motivation tools 2.6. Providing discovery-oriented mind formation3. Choiceology 4. Questiology 5. Errology 6. Conclusions Part II. Earth observation - SST, GNSS, ESA Chapter 2. Space Situational Awareness, sensors - selected aspects Sławomir Augustyn1. Introduction2. Implementation of satellite observation for safety requirements3. Advanced observation technologies4. ConclusionsChapter 3. High precision and accuracy using low cost GNSS receiversand supporting technologies Krzysztof Bruniecki1. Introduction2. GNSS Systems 2.1. GNSS Constellations2.2. GNSS receivers‘- data 2.3. Augmentation2.4. Data processing - the software2.5. Signal processing - the hardware 2.6. Ubiquitous mobile computing - Android 7.0 API 3. Applications 4. Methods of positioning4.1. Single Point Positioning (SPP)4.2. Relative Positioning4.3. Precise Point Positioning (PPP) 5. The experiments6. Results 6.1. SPP results6.2. Static RP results6.3. PPP results7. Conclusions Chapter 4. ESA satellite images classification in GIS for land coverand land use changes - legal and technical issues Marek Ogryzek, Ewa Solanowska-Ratajczak1. Introduction1.1. Copernicus services [Copernicus Services]1.2. Institutions and bodies of the EU [Union_Inst]1.3. Participants in a research project financed under the EU researchprogrammes - Space [Union_Research_Projects_space]1.4. Participants in a research project financed under the Union researchprogrammes - Non-space [Union_Research_Projects_non-space]1.5. Public authorities [Public_Auth]1.6. International organisations and NGOs [INT_ORG_NGO]1.7. Public2. Access to Copernicus Data2.1. CORE datasets2.2. Additional datasets3. Sentinel Satellite Data - technical overview 3.1. Satellite data download 3.2. Copernicus land monitoring service 4. Final remarks Part III. Augmented navigation - smart cities, policies, opportunities Chapter 5. Augmented navigation system deciding trends and policies for smartcity development Mohd Shoab, Kamal Jain1. Introduction2. Navigation3. Review for existing policies for smart cities and augmented navigationsystems3.1. Policies for smart cities4. Augmented navigation system 5. Indian smart city mission6. Augmented navigation systems in smart cities7. ConclusionsChapter 6. Smart navigation - opportunities, risks and challenges of situation-aware, predictive navigationThomas Liebig1. Introduction2. Fundamentals3. Challenges4. ConclusionsPart IV. UAVs - Functions, opportunities, information securityand legal framework Chapter 7. Unmanned Systems - evolution and emerging role in humanitarianassistance and disaster reliefSanatan Kulshrestha1. Introduction2. Evolution of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles3. Evolution of Underwater Unmanned Vehicles4. Evolution of Marine Unmanned Surface Vehicles5. Evolution of Unmanned Ground Vehicles6. Growing Role of Unmanned Vehicles in Humanitarian Assistanceand Disaster Relief6.1. UAVs6.2. Unmanned Vehicles other than UAVs7. ConclusionsChapter 8. Emerging opportunities and challenges in UAV enabled Earth observations and remote sensing technologyAnuj Tiwari, Surendra Kr. Sharma, Kamal Jain 1. Introduction 2. Remote sensing 3. Unmanned aerial vehicle 4. Applications of UAVs4.1. Disaster mitigation (search, rescue and rehabilitation)4.2. Inspection4.3. Law enforcement and security 4.4. Science and research 4.5. Business and trade 4.6. UAV system architecture and payloads4.7. Flight planning 5. UAV data products6. UAV remote sensing opportunities7. UAV challenges 8. ConclusionChapter 9. Lifting the fog - Big Data in networked ISR Systems Ralph Thiele1. Improving awareness2. Big Data3. Joint ISR4. Best practices5. ConclusionsChapter 10. The security of information obtained using UAVs in militaryand humanitarian actions - general remarks on aviation policy in the EUMarlena Jankowska, Mirosław Pawełczyk1. The UAV as an information platform - the implications of the Internet ofThings, drone technology and big data1.1. Seamless interconnection1.2. Intelligent machines2. General rule of law in cybersecurity - personal and non-personal big datagathered by drones3. EASA and SESAR approach4. Manifold lawful/unlawful possible uses of information obtained thoughdrones (e.g. MONUSCO peacekeeping mission)5. Conclusions: Part V. Privacy Chapter 11. Navigation technologies: privacy, personal freedoms and policyGeorge Cho1. Just a secondTable of Contents2. Structure of this chapter Part I. Navigation technologiesI.1. Navigation techniquesPart II. Privacy, personal freedoms and policyII.1. Entomology of the word ‘-privacy‘- and other conceptsII.2. Privacy as a continuum in horizontal spacesII.3. Privacy in vertical spaceII.4. Multidimensionality of privacyII.5. Norms of privacy expectationsII.6. Common law privacy rights and protectionsII.7. Civil law privacy rights and protectionsII.8. Legal frameworks of privacy protectionsII.9. Summary: privacy, personal freedoms and navigation technologiesPart III. Navigation and privacy technologiesPart IV. Personal freedoms: IPS, RTLS, RFID, NFC and QR CodesIV.1. Wearable technologiesIV.2. Indoor positioning systems (IPS)IV.3. Real time location systems (RTLS)IV.4. Radio-frequency identification (RFID)IV.5. Near-field communications (NFC) IV.6. Quick Reference (QR) Codes VI.7. Summary Part V. Summary and conclusionsChapter 12. Protection of employees‘- geolocation data in EU lawMichał Barański, Maciej Giermak1. Introduction2. Employees‘- geolocation data and the right to privacy3. Employee‘-s consent for processing geolocation data4. Profiling employees in the context of geolocation data5. Legal protection of geolocation data 6. ConclusionsChapter 13. UAVs, privacy and cybersecurity - European legal perspective Marlena Jankowska, Mirosław Pawełczyk1. Introduction2. CoE Conventions 3. EU approach to cybersecurity 4. EU approach to UAVs5. ConclusionsPart VI. Geodata - a new IP object? Chapter 14. Remote sensing geodata satellite downlinks as a new neighbouringrightMarlena Jankowska, Damian M. Bielicki1. Introduction2. Digital cartographic visualization3. Copyright protection of the essential components of a digital map: vectorlayer and a raster layer3.1. Vector layer3.2. Raster layer4. Protection of signals containing spatial data (Remote sensing satellite downlinks)5. The de lege ferenda proposal6. Remote sensing geodata satellite downlinks as a new neighbouring right 7. ConclusionsPart VII. Bright regulatory future Chapter 15. Towards the future - imminent developments for smart city, UAVs,privacy Marlena Jankowska, Mirosław Pawełczyk1. European Innovation Partnership on Smart Cities and Communities: Initiative‘-From Planning and Implementation to Scaling up of Smart Cities‘-2. Building a Smart + Equitable City, NYC 3. Open Data for All 4. Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, Smart CitiesMission Statement & Guidelines 5. Open Data White Paper 6. Government of Dubai - 2021 Dubai Plan 7. Case study No.18. Case study No. 59. Case study No. 1010. Final Report Summary - ICARUS (Integrated Components for AssistedRescue and Unmanned Search operations)11. European Commission12. Australian Privacy Principles (APP) for Handling Personal Data promulgatedin the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth) Schedule 1 13. Opinion 8/2001 on the processing of personal data in the employmentcontext, 13 September 200114. Opinion 01/2015 on Privacy and Data Protection Issues relating to theUtilisation of Drones, 16.06.2015 15. Commission of the European Communities in 2006, "Green Paper on SatelliteNavigation Applications", COM(2006) 769 final, Brussels, 8.12.2006 354Editors and AuthorsReviews

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