Master programme (M.Sc.) in GPS Technology 3rd semester
GPS Systems and Kinematic Applications
September 1 - January 31
Kinematic GPS applications require special algorithms. The student must understand how a precise receiver position can be computed when receiver is not stationary. Additionally a more in-depth knowledge is needed about signal propagation and receiver operation.
A kinematic GPS application is chosen. The problem is investigated in depth and a solution strategy is chosen and implemented. The project must demonstrate ability to handle complex problems in a scientific manner. The project should lean itself towards at least one of three key areas:
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The project unit consists of a selection of PE courses along with a student-governed problem oriented project work.
Project is documented in form of a project report.
A number of courses supporting the project will be offered.
The external oral examination is based on the prepared project report. Each student is marked individually according to the grading scale.