iNsight team members: (L to R) Zeynep Elmas and Terry Moore (Nottingham), Marek Ziebart (UCL), Mojtaba Bahrami (at that time of UCL), Carl Milner (then of Imperial), Alper Ucar (Westminster), Chris Hide (Nottingham), Shaojun Feng (Imperial), Ziyi Jiang (UCL) and Paul Groves (UCL). Not pictured, Washington Ochieng (Imperial) and Izzet Kale (Westminster).
The diversity and redundancy provided by multiple, independent, compatible, and in some respects, interoperable GNSS systems must be a good thing, right?
Well, almost certainly. But as with many things in life and technology, the devil’s in the details. And, as the varied characteristics and design specifications of new GNSSes and regional systems become clearer, it may not be too early to sort out those details.
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By Inside GNSS