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July 29, 2021

Spacestar PPP Service Heads into Orbit

Fugro’s SpaceStar GNSS Precise Point Positioning (PPP) service provides high-accuracy positioning in space. Highly accurate positioning in LEO is becoming increasingly important for Earth observation applications, safe constellations management, and space debris collision avoidance.

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By Inside GNSS
July 28, 2021

Washington View – PNT: Nothing to See?

A Department of Homeland (DHS)-chartered May 2021 report concludes that PNT threat and resilience concerns are not as dire as some have made them out to be, and that funds for backup could be spent elsewhere. Why this runs counter to other recent government reports is not clear, nor is the fallout from this divergence of Congressionally mandated views. The Department of Transportation has distanced itself a bit from this report by the RAND Corporation—and even its issuer, the DHS, seems to have done so.

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By Dawn M.K. Zoldi (Colonel, USAF, Ret.)
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INDUSTRY VIEW

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July 29, 2021

Antenna Filtering Mitigates GNSS Interference

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July 22, 2021

New LiDAR System Expands Mobile Mapping Portfolio for Highway and Road Inspection

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July 20, 2021

Evolution in Ephemeris Services Aids IoT Devices, Others with Power Savings

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GNSS TIMELINE

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July 14, 2021

Beyond Silicon: Quartz Breaks through to New Capabilities in MEMS Inertial

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May 6, 2021

Unjammable and Tough on the Ground: New IMUs Improve Military Ground Vehicle Positioning & Navigation

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March 11, 2021

Frontiers of GNSS Accuracy Explored at Munich Summit Session Wednesday, March 17; Moderated by Inside GNSS

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COLUMNS & EDITORIALS

July 28, 2021

Washington View – PNT: Nothing to See?

A Department of Homeland (DHS)-chartered May 2021 report concludes that PNT threat and resilience concerns are not as dire as some have made them out to be, and that funds for backup could be spent elsewhere. Why this runs counter to other recent government reports is not clear, nor is the fallout from this divergence of Congressionally mandated views. The Department of Transportation has distanced itself a bit from this report by the RAND Corporation—and even its issuer, the DHS, seems to have done so.

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By Dawn M.K. Zoldi (Colonel, USAF, Ret.)
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