European Union GNSS Receiver Workshop 2011

European Union GNSS Receiver Workshop 2011

The 2011 EU GNSS Receiver Workshop will take place at the University of Nottingham’s Geospatial Building on April 14 and 15.

In addition to talks, the event features project demonstrations that make use of the GNSS Research and Applications Center of Excellence (GRACE) test facilities. These include a GPS and Galileo full constellation Spirent simulator, signal record and replay devices and the roof-based fixed test track designed for dynamic research and testing.

The 2011 EU GNSS Receiver Workshop will take place at the University of Nottingham’s Geospatial Building on April 14 and 15.

In addition to talks, the event features project demonstrations that make use of the GNSS Research and Applications Center of Excellence (GRACE) test facilities. These include a GPS and Galileo full constellation Spirent simulator, signal record and replay devices and the roof-based fixed test track designed for dynamic research and testing.

The two-day workshop is hosted by GRACE, a center at the University of Nottingham’s Institute of Engineering Surveying and Space Geodesy (IESSG).

Guest speakers include GNSS experts Terry Moore, Phillip Mattos, Andrew Dempster and Fabio Dovis.

The following receiver projects be exhibited at the workshop:

•PRECISIO (NSL) a multi-constellation, multi-frequency software defined radio receiver

•ART-X (IFEN GmbH) an innovative FPGA-based receiver for GPS-IIF, Galileo and GLONASS

•ATENEA (DeimosSpace) a deeply integrated GNSS/INS receiver for advanced navigation

•GRAMMAR (DLR, German Aerospace Center) a highly innovative GNSS receiver targeted at mass market applications

•GAGARIN (THALES Avionics SA) an integrated Galileo, GLONASS and GPS aeronautical receiver

•GAMMA-A (Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft) a dual frequency Galileo, EGNOS and GPS receiver for automotive applications.

Register online at the website below. Those who sign up before March 31 2011 receive a discount. Everyone must register and pay before the first day of the conference in order to attend.

For more information, contact Gerrard Wilcoxson at the email address below.

 

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