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New Builds • April 3, 2017

SBG Systems to Unveil Qinertia INS/GNSS Post-Processing Software at Ocean Business

Rueil-Malmaison, France-based SBG Systems will unveil Qinertia, its in-house post-processing software, at the Ocean Business show, April 4-6 at Southampton, U.K.

After the survey, this full-feature software is designed to give access to offline real-time kinematic (RTK) corrections, and process inertial and GNSS raw data to further enhance accuracy and secure the survey.

Inside GNSS • March/April 2017

Galileo Success, Flexibility, and a Look Ahead

The first generation of the Galileo Program, at satellite and ground segment level, has been “an enormous success,” according to Miguel Manteiga Bautista, who recently spoke with Inside GNSS at his office at the European Space Agency’s European Space Research and Technology Centre (ESTEC) in Noordwijk, Netherlands.

GNSS Solutions • March/April 2017

Would you prefer to have more signals or more satellites?

Q: Would you prefer to have more signals or more satellites?

A: This is somewhat of a classic GNSS question, but before getting to the answer, let’s seek some clarity about what is being asked. First, by definition, “more” signals or “more” systems must be referenced against some baseline configuration. This is commonly assumed to be a GPS L1 C/A solution, and this assumption is also used herein.

Inside GNSS • March/April 2017

Bad clocks, Brexit and what’s happening at the European Space Policy Conference

Speakers at the 9th Annual Conference on European Space Policy wasted no time in addressing the somewhat worrying failure of several Galileo onboard clocks, as revealed by European Space Agency Director General Johan-Dietrich Woerner at a press briefing earlier in January in Paris. He made clear at the time that the clock failures, while indeed troubling, had had no effect on the operational integrity of the Galileo system.

Inside GNSS • March/April 2017

Traceable Time from GNSS Signals

Working Papers • March/April 2017

Codeless Code Tracking

Working Papers explore the technical and scientific themes that underpin GNSS programs and applications. This regular column is coordinated by Prof. Dr.-Ing. Günter Hein, head of Europe's Galileo Operations and Evolution.

Inside GNSS • March/April 2017

GNSS for ERTMS Train Localization

New Builds • March 31, 2017

Tallysman Releases Dual Band Plus L-Band GNSS TW3892 Antenna

Tallysman, a manufacturer of GNSS antennas and related products that designs and manufactures its products in Ottawa, Canada, announced the introduction of a through-hole mount dual band plus L-Band GNSS antenna: TW3892.

The introduction of this antenna is a continuation of Tallysman’s expansion into broader band GNSS antennas. It employs the company’s Accutenna technology.

New Builds • March 29, 2017

Sokkia Introduces New GCX3 GNSS Integrated Receiver

Livermore, California-based Sokkia has introduced the latest addition to its GCX line of GNSS integrated receivers — the GCX3 — featuring advanced constellation tracking, open format software compatibility, and longer range base-to-rover communication.

March 28, 2017

GSA, Eutelsat Contract Marks Major Milestone for EGNOS V3

With expectations including the delivery of better accuracy and improved resilience to EGNOS performance, there’s plenty of excitement surrounding the development of EGNOS V3.

A big step toward this development was taken when the European Global Navigation Satellite Systems Agency (GSA) selected Eutelsat Communications for the development, integration and operation of the next-generation EGNOS payload on a future Eutelsat satellite.

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