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August 8, 2011 - August 10, 2011
Heredia, Costa Rica
July 7, 2011

Sixth International Committee on GNSS Meeting Begins September 5 in Tokyo

ICG-6, the sixth meeting of the UN's Sixth Meeting of the International Committee on GNSS, will take place in Tokyo from September 5-9.

Ventures • June 30, 2011

USA Challenge Competition Seeks Satellite Navigation Apps

[Updated June 30] Lucky you - you have three extra days to submit your GNSS application idea to the USA Challenge! The extended deadline is midnight Sunday (Europe) or 3 P.M. (Pacific time) on July 3.

Right now, some team is hard at work in a basement, an office, a dorm room or a lab. They are about to come up with a new, useful and commercially viable idea for a satellite navigation application or location based service.

June 28, 2011

U.S. Supreme Court to Weigh In on GPS Surveillance and the Fourth Amendment

On June 27, the Supreme Court decided to accept a 2005 Washington D.C. warrantless tracking case that illustrates how confusing GPS satellite positioning and the new technologies that follow, sense and link us are to judges and public alike. The case, United States v. Jones, will probably be heard during the October 2011 term.

New Builds • June 26, 2011

Airport Authority of India Says GAGAN Satellite is in Position

The communications satellite that carries India's GPS-Aided Geo Augmented Navigation (GAGAN) system has been positioned, according to major news sources in India.

"The initial phase is now over. The satellite is now in position," Airports Authority of India chairman V.P. Agarwal said at a New Delhi workshop on aviation safety.

"We are now going through the certification stage of the Satellite-Based Augmentation System (SBAS) and we will have certification of the system by June 2013." he said, according to reports.

June 25, 2011

Senate Proposals for GPS Receiver Standards Won't Solve LightSquared Issue

The Senate is considering establishment of receiver standards as part of a wide-ranging effort to find more frequencies for wireless broadband services, a move that could ultimately result in expensive new requirements for the GPS community.

June 9, 2011

Hemisphere GPS Announces LX-2 L-Band OEM Board for Crescent and Eclipse GPS Receivers

Hemisphere GPS has introduced its LX-2, a second-generation L-band differential GPS OEM receiver board.

June 8, 2011

LightSquared GPS Interference Controversy Headlines National PNT Advisory Board Meeting

Representatives from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), LightSquared, and Trimble will weigh in on the GPS vs. LightSquared interference at the afternoon session of a National Space-Based Positioning, Navigation and Timing (PNT) Advisory Board meeting tomorrow (June 9, 2011).

June 21, 2011 - June 22, 2011
Noordwijk, Netherlands
May 22, 2011

Successful Launch on May 21 for ISRO's GAGAN Navigation Satellite

India's first GAGAN navigation payload on the GSAT-8 communications satellite was launched successfuly at 02:08 hrs IST on Saturday, May 21 2011, according to the Indian Satellite Research Organization (ISRO)

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