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Myanmar-India-Bangladesh and Bhutan GPS Network

Myanmar-Bangladesh-Assam GPS Network

EOS' Myanmar-India-Bangladesh and Bhutan GPS Network comprises stations along North-South and East-West transects.

The North-South transect is intended to measure the convergence across the Himalayan front and the Shillong Plateau.

The East-West transects will reveal the nature of strain accumulation across both the fold and thrust belt of the Indo-Burman Range and northern Sagaing fault.

Terrestrial LiDAR


The Earth Observatory of Singapore acquired a LIDAR (Light Detection and Ranging) in 2010. It is a RIEGL VZ-400, with a range up to 600m at Laser class 1, a repeatability of 3mm, and a measurement rate up to 125 000 measurements per second.