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July 31, 2017

OCX Delayed Again as Development Jumps to $6 Billion

The development cost for the new GPS ground system has jumped to $6 billion and the schedule has slipped another nine months due to "realized program technical risks" and the need to refresh out-of-date hardware and software, according to the U.S. Air Force.

July 31, 2017

Funding Boosted for GPS Backup and WAAS, but Civil GPS Funding in Question

On July 27, while most of Washington was focused on the Senate's healthcare drama, House lawmakers quietly passed their defense appropriation bill and approving in the process a last-minute spending boost for the demonstration of a GPS backup.

Ventures • July 28, 2017

NovAtel Technology, AutonomouStuff Featured in Baidu Apollo Project

At the Baidu Create conference in Beijing earlier this month, Baidu announced NovAtel’s partner, AutonomouStuff, as a member of their Autonomous Driving ecosystem — Project Apollo.

July 28, 2017

GSA: India a High-Tech Partner for European GNSS

With a strong global economy and evolving ambitions to play a bigger role in space systems and GNSS capabilities, India and the India Space Research Organization (ISRO) have indeed become a bigger player after several technological advances in recent months.

Inside GNSS • July/August 2017

GPS Funding Comes with Strong Support — and Strings Attached

Federal budgeteers have made clear their support for satellite navigation though problems with military space programs in general, and GPS programs in particular, have lawmakers working to shake up the Pentagon’s management structure and put limits on new federal business to contractors whose projects go awry.

Ventures • July 27, 2017

L3 IEC’s Modernized GPS Receiver Completes Successful Guided Flight Test 

L3 Interstate Electronics Corporation announced on Tuesday (July 25) that its TruNav GPS is the company’s first Military Code (M-Code) compatible GPS receiver to guide a gun-launched spinning projectile to a target. The guided flight test was conducted at Yuma Proving Grounds by the U.S. Army as part of a series consisting of both guided and unguided rounds.

Events • July 26, 2017

Public Safety Training Workshops and Educational Sessions Set for 2017 Drone World Expo

The Academy of Model Aeronautics (AMA), DJI, and Fly-Robotics will be presenting a public safety training workshop as part of the pre-conference offerings at Drone World Expo 2017, taking place October 3-4 at the San Jose Convention Center. The workshop will be held on Monday, October 2, from 9am - 12 pm and 1pm - 4 pm.

New Builds • July 26, 2017

NovAtel Releases OEM7 7.03.00 Firmware Version for New and Enhanced Features

NovAtel’s 7.03.00 firmware is now available on all OEM7 receivers. The OEM7700, OEM719 and OEM729 can be updated to the 7.03.00 firmware which supports new features like the SPAN Land Vehicle technology, direct Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) connections and tracking of the NavIC Indian regional satellite system on the L5 frequency.

April 16, 2018 - April 20, 2018
Hyatt Regency Monterey in Monterey, California, USA
New Builds • July 26, 2017

Rohde & Schwarz and MediaTek present world’s first test solution for A-BeiDou LBS

Rohde & Schwarz and MediaTek have successfully completed the verification of location based services (LBS) in the U-plane and C-plane for A-BeiDou (Assisted BeiDou), China’s GNSS satellite positioning system. The R&S TS-LBS test solution is designed to allow mobile manufacturers, chipset manufacturers, test houses and network operators to verify chipsets and mobile devices in order to obtain permission to operate them in a particular network.

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