International agreement on cooperation in action
In the framework of international cooperation between the Beuth University of Applied Sciences Berlin (TU Beuth) and Al-Farabi Kazakh National University at the invitation of Prof., Dr.-Ing. B. Resnik, from June 12, 2019 to July 17, 2019, a doctoral candidate at the Department of Cartography and Geoinformatics of the specialty Geodesy A. Satbergenova passed a research internship in Berlin. The research work was carried out on the basis of the navXperience engineering bureau under the guidance of a Prof. Dr.-Ing. B. Resnik and the founder of the company, Mr. D. Kowalewski, where the latest geodetic equipment was studied, as well as a study of the phase center of the navXperience GmbH “3G + C” antenna.
Figure 1 - Studying the device of the “3G + C” antenna at navXperience GmbH
Figure 2 - LGL employee Mr. D. Bopp conducts introductory training on the ALTUS system and geodetic equipment in the car
In Karlsruhe, in the Committee for Agriculture - LGL in the department of geodesy, a meeting was held with Dr.-Ing. D. Moser. Specialist LGL Dr.-Ing. D. Moser arranged a meeting with the staff of the Agriculture Committee. During the research internship, a study tour was conducted in the laboratory of a functioning GNSS system of ground-based amendments throughout Germany - SAPOS.
Figure 3 - In the Committee of Agriculture of Karlsruhe Dr.-Ing. D. Moser
Figure 4 - In the laboratory of the SAPOS system
Dr.-Ing. D. Moser organized an excursion to the Schwarzenbach gravity dam near Forbach in northern Black Forest in Germany, where a visual inspection of fixed ground surveying points was carried out, a map was constructed in the QGIS program (Fig. The gravity dam is the most important construction of the Rudolf-Fetweis pump hydropower station- Verka, which was completed in 1926 in the Murg river valley.
Figure 5 - Map of the Schwarzenbach gravitational dam built in the QGIS program
I express my deep gratitude to the foreign leader, Prof. Dr. Sc. B. Resnik, Head Department of Cartography and Geoinformatics prof., Doctor of Technical Sciences K.M. Kasymkanova, Dr.-Ing. D. Moser, as well as all employees and managers who assisted and supported the organization of a research internship in Germany.
Author: doctoral student A. Satbergenova