GNSS (all systems)

GNSS Zeitgeist at ION GNSS+ 2018

As ION GNSS+ 2018 approaches, we are entering the era of GNSS+ for all. All the considerations are at or very near full operational capability; dual frequency and precise spreading codes are available, free, for civilian use; raw measurements, including carrier phase, can be pulled from smartphones; and emergency services can now access the most accurate location available on your phone, indoors and out.

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By Inside GNSS
September 21, 2018

Munich Satellite Navigation Summit Announces 2019 Theme Ahead of ION GNSS+ Conference

Officials for the Munich Satellite Navigation Summit will be on hand at next week’s ION GNSS+ conference in Miami and will be offering specials on registration rates for their 2019 conference in the spring.

“Augment Yourself with GNSS…”  will be the theme of the 2019 edition of the Munich Satellite Navigation Summit, taking place on March 25–27, 2019at the Alte Kongresshalle in Munich. The organizing Institute of Space Technology and Space Applications (ISTA) of the Universitaet der Bundeswehr Muenchen will invite experts from all over the world to talk about the latest news on Positioning, Navigation, and Timing and their role for Augmented/Mixed Reality as well as other up-to-date technologies.

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By Inside GNSS

ION GNSS+ Slated for Sept. 24-28 in Miami

ION GNSS+, the world’s largest technical meeting and showcase of GNSS technology, products and services, will take place September 24-28, 2018 at the Hyatt Regency Miami in Miami, Florida.

This year’s conference will bring together international leaders in GNSS and related positioning, navigation and timing fields to present new research, introduce new technologies, discuss current policy, demonstrate products and exchange ideas.

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By Stan Goff
September 13, 2018

2018 Continues to Be a Big Year for China’s BeiDou

One of the more popular sessions in recent years at the annual ION GNSS+ technical meeting is the panel discussion on a variety of satellite-based navigation systems, and it appears as if Chinese officials will have plenty of updates on its BeiDou navigation and positioning system to share.

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By Stan Goff