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Japan-Australia Quasi-Zenith Satellite System (QZSS) Industrial Utilization Workshop

This free workshop will share information about QZSS and GPS related technologies and the latest developments in the applications of this technology in a range of sectors including agriculture, autonomous driving, advanced route guidance and the maritime sector. The all-day workshop will explore avenues for future cooperation with Australian organizations, both in the private and public sectors and report on trials undertaken in Australia using QZSS applications.

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By Inside GNSS
January 26, 2018

GNSS Hotspots

1. Last Remaining Peatlands
County Kerry, Ireland

√ Ireland is known for its lush green wetlands and raised bogs, also known as peatlands. But most of these areas have been lost due to drainage associated with peat cutting or conversion to agricultural land, according to Wetland Surveys Ireland (WSI). There’s a big push from Europe to conserve the remaining peatlands

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By Inside GNSS

European Space Agency Ushers in 2018

The opening of the New Year at the European Space Agency (ESA) came in the wake of another spectacular launch for Europe’s GNSS program; last December, four Galileo satellites were lifted into space from Kourou, French Guyana, on board the thundering Ariane 5 launcher, by all accounts leaving witnesses awestruck.

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By Inside GNSS

ComNav Technology Releases New T300 Plus GNSS Receiver

ComNav Technology this week introduced its powerful T300 Plus GNSS receiver. Featuring full-constellation tracking capability, tilt compensation, 4G/WiFi connection, 8 gigabyte internal memory and easy survey workflow with Android-based Survey Master Software, the T300 Plus GNSS receiver is designed for demanding surveying tasks. Users can collect accurate data easier and faster no matter for beginners or professional surveyors, according to the company.

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By Inside GNSS
January 24, 2018

GSA’s GNSS Opinion Leaders


Michael Ritter is president of Hexagon Positioning Intelligence and also serves as president and CEO of NovAtel Inc. “One of the businesses we are in is making high-end, very-high-signal-quality, very-low-group-delay GNSS receivers,” Ritter told us.

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By Inside GNSS