Events • January 11, 2010
Paper abstracts are due by January 20 for the 2010 AUVSI Unmanned Systems North America conference next summer. They must be submitted online at the AUVSI website.
Events • January 9, 2010
Paper abstracts are due on Friday, March 12 for the 2010 Institute of Navigation GNSS conference.
It will take place at the Oregon Convention Center in Portland, Oregon from Tuesday evening, September 21 through Friday morning, September 24.
This will be the 23nd international technical meeting of the Satellite Division of ION. It is the world's largest and oldest GNSS conference, founded in 1987 as the ION GPS conference.
New Builds • January 7, 2010
Atheros Communications, Inc., has announced the latest member of its family of GPS products – its third-generation, single-chip GPS receiver, the AR1520, and companion Atheros FYX 1.0 software suite.
New Builds • January 6, 2010
Navman Wireless OEM Solutions has announced its new Jupiter4 GPS module for OEM applications, built upon the CSR-SiRF Technology SiRFstarIV architecture’s high-performance, low-power capabilities.
Events • December 29, 2009
The European Space Agency is sponsoring a free three day event in Brussels, Belgium to showcase new satellite navigation innovations and to encourage collaboration between small entrepreneurial companies and the major corporations involved in the buildout of Galileo.
December 26, 2009
Lockheed Martin Space Systems bestowed a $400,000 Christmas present on a Pennsylvania park district, helping preserve the organization’s 57-year-old tradition of re-enacting Gen. George Washington’s crossing of the Delaware River in 1776 during the Revolutionary War.
November 12, 2009
Ventures • November 9, 2009
Trimble and the China Railway Eryuan Engineering Group Co. Ltd. (CREEC), the third largest civil construction enterprise in the world, have signed a definitive agreement to form a 50/50 joint venture in China.
Ventures • November 8, 2009
A team led by led by Seattle, Washington–area aerospace and computer experts is attempting to break the sound barrier to surpass the world land speed record of 763 miles per hour — and they’re using GNSS technology to help them do it.
New Builds • November 6, 2009
Hemisphere GPS has launched its XF102 DGPS receiver, the latest addition to the company’s XF-Series of differential GPS receivers for handheld mapping.