What is geodesy?
Geodesy is a science field whose purpose is to examine the dimensions and physical properties of the Earth, its parts or objects that are outside it. Part of the research is complex mathematical, physical and geometric methodology. Geodesy determines the relative positions of the points located on the Earth's surface in the coordinate system. This ultimately makes it possible to create more detailed maps, which can be in a classical paper form or be converted into a virtual form. Geodesy is divided into higher and lower. Higher geodesy examines Earth's shapes and calculates geodetic networks. It focuses on large areas such as regions or even states. Lower geodesy, on the other hand, deals with the measurement of smaller areas. However, calculations are far more accurate.