GNSS Symposium

Land of Berlin, the EUPOS Steering Committee, the International Committee of Global Navigation Satelllite Systems and the UN Office for Outer Space Affairs are organising a symposium on Global Navigation Satellite Systems, Space-based and Ground-based Augmentation Systems and applications. The symposium will take place from 11 to 14 November 2008 in the Berlin Rathaus (City Hall).   Topics of the symposium are GNSS providers and global ground-based services and analyses Regional reference systems Quality Assurance, Improvement of DGNSS and RTK Public and private services and activities Applications Companies   The Symposium will be accompanied by a trade exhibhition. Exhibitors may... (read more)
2008-06-26 11:10:07
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Product Survey: GNSS Receivers

Please find the product survey on GNSS receivers in the dedicated section.   (read more)
2011-03-22 04:24:37
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High-Performance GNSS Receiver

Magellan has showcased its latest dual-frequency GNSS receiver at the Oceanology International 2008. The latest advance from Magellan processes GPS and GLONASS signals via Magellan's patented BLADE technology to offer fast centimetre-level accurate performance for demanding high-precision applications.   With its new RTK solution, Magellan brings to the market a unique blend of technologies which increases RTK availability. They take advantage of currently available GPS, GLONASS, and SBAS signals, but also be comfortable knowing that you can upgrade your receiver to meet the evolution to future constellations (Galileo).   Magellan's BLADE (Baseline Accurate Determination Engine) technology employs a unique algorithm... (read more)
2008-03-17 09:41:49

Entry-level GNSS Antenna

Hemisphere GPS introduces the affordable A325 GNSS Smart Antenna. This new design incorporates professional-level centimetre and sub-metre positioning accuracy powered by Hemisphere GPS’ Eclipse receiver technology and includes L-band and Bluetooth communications support. A325 is a great fit for a variety of applications including robotics, marine, survey, and GIS. A325 accuracies are software scalable to be custom configured for the customer’s specific needs and budget. Users can take advantage of free SBAS sub-meter accuracy or decimetre-level L-band support. For more precise needs such as hydrographic surveying, customers can activate the centimetre-level RTK feature with robust GPS and GLONASS positioning utilising... (read more)
2012-06-28 10:31:04

Improved GNSS Coverage

Veripos announces a major enhancement of its services with an increase in transmission power from Inmarsat’s Atlantic Ocean East Region satellite, resulting in fully redundant High-Power delivery of GNSS augmentation data throughout Europe, Africa and Brazil regions. Running in parallel with Veripos’ existing High-Power satellite delivery service, the upgrade enables enhanced service reception in addition to significantly improved levels of availability and redundancy. The power increase also ensures improved flexibility and independence for users, who now no longer need be reliant upon vessel-borne Inmarsat reception terminals or mini-domes for accessing data from the satellite; instead, small omni-directional antennas can be... (read more)
2008-06-04 02:27:02

Guidelines for GNSS ­Positioning

A joint OGP & IMCA Revision of the 1994 UKOOA Guidelines
The original UKOOA Guidelines for the use of differential GPS in offshore surveying, published in 1994, were widely used within the offshore survey industry. In 2005, the International Oil & Gas Producers Association (OGP) took over the custodianship of the guidelines from Oil & Gas UK (formerly UKOOA). At that time it was recognised that the original guidelines needed updating in order to reflect the rapid technical advances in satellite navigation technology of recent years and to maintain the purpose and relevance of the original guidelines. OGP and the International Marine Contractors Association (IMCA) agreed to work together on the... (read more)
2013-01-18 02:14:13

ION GNSS 2010 Awards

The Institute of Navigation’s (ION) Satellite Division awarded Ali Broumandan of the University of Calgary its Bradford W. Parkinson Award at the ION GNSS Conference last month in Portland, Oregon. Dr Todd Walter received the Johannes Kepler Award for his contributions to space-based augmentation systems. The Bradford W. Parkinson Award is granted annually to recognise an outstanding graduate student in the field of Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS), and is presented in honour of Bradford W. Parkinson for his leadership in establishing the US Global Positioning System and for his work on behalf of the Satellite Division of The Institute... (read more)
2010-10-13 04:53:14
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