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Events • March 26, 2010

UK Government Speaker to Discuss Galileo's Next 12 Months at IET April Event

The Institution of Engineering and Technology's April seminar on Galileo and GNSS includes what organizers call a "rare chance" to hear the UK government's point of view on key challenges and funding of Europe's Galileo satellite navigation system over the next twelve months.

April 29, 2010
London, UK
Inside GNSS • May 2010

SLAM Dance

Digital cartography and automated mapping techniques based on GNSS positioning have transformed our relationship to the physical world. The convergence of these complementary technologies are supporting the growth of commercial and consumer location-based applications that benefit from the coupling of real-time information with maps that are more current than ever — at least in environments that have access to radio signals from orbiting GNSS satellites.

Inside GNSS • May 2010

One Fine Day at the DLR

We appear at the gatehouse beside the public entrance marked “DLR” a few minutes early for our appointment — as befits a visit to this sprawling display of German aerospace expertise that is itself usually a good deal ahead of the times. It’s the day after the close of this year’s Munich Satellite Navigation Summit, and we have taken the S-Bahn down from the city.

March 11, 2010

Bright Ideas Welcome at 2010 European Satellite Navigation Competition

The European Satellite Navigation Competition (Galileo Masters), now in its seventh year, is seeking the best ideas for satellite navigation applications from companies, entrepreneurs, research institutes, universities, and individuals. Prizes total more than €500,000.

The 2010 contest begins on May 1, when competitors may register and submit their ideas online at the secure ESNC website. It closes on July 31.

March 11, 2010

Delays Continue to Plague Europe's Galileo GNSS Program

At this week’s (March 9–11) Munich Satellite Navigation Summit, Galileo program officials — public and private — acknowledged that it faces delays at both ends of its latest schedule.

At the near end, the lead contractor for the Galileo in-orbit validation (IOV) satellites that it is building with a consortium of companies said the first IOV will not launch in 2010 as per the most recent schedule. Instead, said Mike Healy, director of navigation for EADS Astrium, the satellite will not be ready for launch until probably February 2011.

People • March 3, 2010

Peter Chapman-Andrews New Director of Royal Institute of Navigation

Peter Chapman-Andrews replaced David Broughton as director of Britain’s Royal Institute of Navigation in January. He will be the fourth director since RIN was founded in 1947.

Chapman is a graduate of Britannia Royal Naval College, Dartmouth. He served as Queen’s Harbor Master, Portsmouth, and as fleet navigation officer on the staff of CinC fleet. He also served as aircraft director officer, principal warfare officer, navigation officer and ship’s commander during his career in the Royal Navy. He retired  in 2004 with the rank of captain.

February 23, 2010

IFEN Simulator Receives Galileo ICD Certification

TÜV SÜD, an independent third-party certifier, has awarded IFEN GmbH an official certificate affirming the conformance of IFEN’s NavX-NCS GNSS RF navigation constellation simulator with the Galileo Open Signal Signal-in-Space Interface Control Document (OS SIS ICD).

March 9, 2010 - March 11, 2010
Munich, Germany
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