GNSS NEWS

May 16, 2019

The Biggest Thing in Anti-Jam Technology Just Got Smaller

NovAtel® Expands GPS Anti-Jam Portfolio with the GAJT®-410ML

NovAtel announced today an addition to their GPS Anti-Jam Technology (GAJT®) portfolio, the GAJT-410ML. Designed specifically for rapid integration into space-constrained military land applications, this easy-to-use system protects GPS-based navigation and precise timing receivers, including M-Code, from both intentional and accidental interference.

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INDUSTRY VIEW

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May 22, 2019

Collins Aerospace Achieves Critical Security Certification for M-Code Common GPS Module

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May 21, 2019

LORD Inertial Sensors, Hovermap Platform Automate Collection and Analysis of Data in Challenging GPS-denied Environments

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May 12, 2019

CHC Navigation’s P2 GNSS Sensor Series Designed for Demanding Positioning, Heading Applications

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GNSS TIMELINE

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May 14, 2019

NavtechGPS GNSS Courses 2019

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May 6, 2019

ION’s Joint Navigation Conference 2019 Coming in July

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April 17, 2019

10th China Satellite Navigation Conference Opens May 22

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COLUMNS & EDITORIALS

April 25, 2019

Human Engineering: Miller’s Wild Ride

This present edition of our “Human Engineering” article features a man who is not actually an engineer, although we believe the exception, in this case, is worth making.

“I am a licensed commercial airplane pilot with two undergraduate science degrees and two master’s degrees,” said James Joseph “JJ” Miller. “At NASA, I am a technologist manager overseeing the work of a team of engineers at several NASA field centers across the USA.”

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By Peter Gutierrez
April 25, 2019

What are the challenges to localization in autonomous cars in the Arctic?

 

There are a number of challenges to localization of autonomous vehicles (AVs) and autonomous driving (AD) applications in northern latitudes. The primary challenge is the harsh winter weather, which limits the utility of imaging sensors — snow, fog, mist, and darkness adversely affect such sensors and extreme low temperature can affect sensor performance. Ice and snow on the roads magnifies slippage of wheels, reducing the accuracy of wheel-mounted sensors. 

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By Mark Petovello
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