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March 9, 2022
2 NIST Reports Identify STL As Reliable Source of Resilient Timing for Critical Infrastructure, Backing Up GPS

Two recent government reports have labelled Satelles’ Satellite Time and Location (STL) as a reliable source of resilient timing for critical infrastructure.

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March 8, 2022
Precise Point Positioning in Urban Environments

With a Low-cost Single-frequency Multi-GNSS Receiver Although precise point positioning (PPP) has been largely limited to applications in open environments using high-end GNSS…

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March 4, 2022
Linx Technologies Introduces 7 GNSS Active Ceramic Patch Antennas

Linx Technologies recently expanded its GNSS portfolio, adding seven new GNSS active ceramic patch antennas. The antennas support GPS, Galileo, GLONASS, Beidou, NavIC,…

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March 1, 2022
Hexagon | VERIPOS Expands SPAN GNSS+INS Portfolio for Dynamic Positioning

Ensure safe operations through reliable, robust and continuous positioning with GNSS+INS integration

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February 28, 2022
The Quartz MEMS Difference: Narrowing the SWaP Gap for Tactical Grade IMUs Under Real-World Conditions

When it comes to selecting the optimal IMU for autonomous devices and other tactical- and navigation-grade applications, performance is paramount—and usually comes at…

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February 28, 2022
Four Decades of Close, Customized Client Collaboration: The CAST Tradition

CAST has built a long list of faithful clients, working with them to develop custom software and hardware and producing many unique tailored…

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February 27, 2022
Forging Inertial Synergy with Quartz MEMS and Fiber Optics

Hitting High-Performance Benchmarks at Low C-SWaP Diversity brings strength. This holds true in inertial technology, where EMCORE’s dual offering of quartz micro-electromechanical (QMEMs)…

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February 27, 2022
VectorNav: Getting It Right for Gimballed ISR

Selecting GNSS and Inertial for Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Inertial technology coupled with GPS/GNSS plays a critical role in the fast-growing field of…

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February 27, 2022
A True Reference: Theory Meets Reality in Synchronized Simulation Environments

The ability of a simulator to drive IMU interfaces correctly and precisely is vital to understanding, testing and validating GNSS/INS performance in high-end…

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February 27, 2022
Mission Critical GNSS Training

Online GNSS Courses with Real-Time Engagement Take advantage of these upcoming courses taught by leaders in their fields.

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February 25, 2022
Smartphones Sold in EU Now Required to Leverage Galileo Signals

With the help of Galileo signals, first responders in the European Union (EU) will have more accurate location information when calls come into…

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February 24, 2022
Software-Defined GNSS Receiver Goes Open Source

The Finnish Geodetic Institute (FGI) of the National Land Survey of Finland announced the release of its software-defined receiver as open source for…

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February 24, 2022
Munich Satellite Navigation Summit Registration Opens; Updates for All GNSS

The Munich Satellite Navigation Summit has opened registration for what will for be a virtual conference addressing a wide range of international GNSS…

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February 22, 2022
WORK: Customizing Signal Simulation for OEM Design Needs

In a world of constant change, the ability to respond must be flexible and adaptable to varying situations. This holds true in positioning,…

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February 17, 2022
New OEM Heading and Positioning Board Upgrades to Multi-Frequency GNSS

Hemisphere GNSS’s new Vega 34 OEM heading and positioning board enables users to upgrade to multi-frequency GNSS without changing pinouts. Integrators who use…

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