Geodetic networks

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A geodetic control network is a network, often of triangles, which are measured exactly by techniques of terrestrial surveying or by satellite geodesy. A geodetic control network consists of stable, identifiable points with published datum values derived from observations that tie the points together. The Regional Geodetic Network realized in 2006 consists of: 365 new vertices, materialized in accordance with the Technical Specifications "Densification of the IGM95 IntesaGIS Network”; Support network consisting of 2641 photo vertices, most of which coincide with the fiduciary points of the Land Registry. The Regional Geodetic Network together with the GNSS-Puglia permanent station network are the basis of the regional positioning service that allows the creation of cartographic products (Cartographic-thematic maps, orthophoto, etc) with a high level of quality and precision.

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Wednesday, August 2, 2006 to Tuesday, March 13, 2007

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