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New Builds • April 7, 2017

Trimble Introduces Trimble ABX-Two OEM GNSS Sensor for System Integrators

Trimble introduces the Trimble ABX-Two OEM GNSS sensor, designed to deliver precise heading, pitch, roll and 3D positioning information.

With two internal MB-Two modules, the ABX-Two offers a third antenna option that provides a drift-free, absolute attitude solution. The ABX-Two is well-suited for a wide variety of applications such as agriculture, automotive, aviation, construction and marine systems.

The announcement was made April 6 at Ocean Business 2017, an international event for ocean technology.

April 7, 2017

Poland in “POSITION” for a Big Role in GNSS

Thanks to the POSITION project funded by the European GNSS Agency (GSA), Poland is primed to become a bigger player in the GNSS landscape in Europe.

June 27, 2017 - June 29, 2017
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Ventures • April 7, 2017

Vectron Adds Furuno GNSS Timing Products to its Timing Product Portfolio

Vectron International today (April 6) announced that the company has entered into an agreement with Furuno to provide Furuno’s GNSS  receivers and timing modules in North America.

April 24, 2017 - April 28, 2017
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April 6, 2017

Leica Zeno GG04 Smart Antenna Aids GNSS Accurac with RTK, PPP

Heerbrugg, Switzerland-based Leica Geosystems announced today the new Leica Zeno GG04 smart antenna, enabling a flexible solution to improve mobile devices’ GNSS accuracy with real-time kinematic (RTK) and precise point positioning (PPP).

New Builds • April 4, 2017

NovAtel Releases Oceanix Nearshore GNSS Correction Service for Marine Applications

NovAtel today unveiled its Oceanix Nearshore correction service at Ocean Business 2017 in Southampton, UK.

Oceanix Nearshore, a subscription-based GNSS correction service for Precise Point Positioning (PPP), provides exceptionally reliable sub-decimeter positioning for marine applications such as dredging, hydrographic survey, mapping and coastal patrolling, according to NovAtel.

With a robust infrastructure, Oceanix precise corrections data is generated utilizing a network of more than 80 strategically located GNSS reference stations globally.

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.

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