geodetic position

geodetic position

[¦jē·ə¦ded·ik pə′zish·ən]
(geodesy)
A point on the earth, the coordinates of which have been determined by triangulation from an initial station, whose location has been established as a result of astronomical observations, the coordinates depending upon the reference spheroid used.
A point on the earth, defined in terms of geodetic latitude and longitude.
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Furthermore, unmodelled surface loading deformations in geodetic position time-series either increase the noise or bias derived secular velocities depending on the time-series length, especially on the vertical component (Santamaria-Gomez and Memin, 2015).
The current set of charts is based on a single point in Tokyo's Minato Ward whose geodetic position was determined in 1918.
Systematically corrected TM scenes are processed using predicted geodetic position information downlinked with the sensor data.
The above-mentioned activities will be conducted in the following stages: preparation, laying out underground facilities in the field, geodetic positions identified and incorporated into the updated positions on devices GIS technical evidence, including the delivery of outputs authorities.