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November 29, 2007
November/December 2007 Print Edition

TABLE OF CONTENTS Volume 2, Number 8

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November 29, 2007
NovAtel Reports Record Quarterly Revenues, Close of Hexagon Share Tender

Through its Canadian subsidiary, Hexagon AB has acquired 93.3 percent of NovAtel Inc. following closure of its tender offer on November 27. Under…

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November 20, 2007
Geospatial Dimensions of Emergency Response (GITA conference)

Sponsored by the Geospatial Information and Technology Association (GITA), this symposium will take place in conjunction with the Geospatial Infrastructure Solutions Conference (formerly…

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November 18, 2007
Sierra B. Robinson

Sierra Robinson is the digital edition editor for Inside GNSS magazine.

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November 14, 2007
Gwen Thomsen Rhoads

Gwen Thomsen Rhodes, art director for Inside GNSS, has worked in trade magazine publishing for more than sixteen years.

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November 13, 2007
FREE build-it-yourself model GPS IIR-M from Baseband Technologies

GPS IIR-M paper model (Baseband Technologies) The holidays are coming – what can you find for the engineer who has everything? Why not…

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November 4, 2007
Fall 2007 Print Edition

TABLE OF CONTENTS  COVER STORY 22 – Reign of Point Clouds A Kinematic Terrestrial LIDAR Scanning System Craig Glennie TECHNICAL ARTICES 32 –…

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October 31, 2007
Changdon Kee

Changdon Kee is a professor and associate head of the School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Seoul National University. He developed the…

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October 31, 2007
Jean-Luc Issler

Jean-Luc Issler heads the Transmission Techniques and Signal Processing Department of CNES, the French space agency. His department’s main tasks are signal processing;…

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October 31, 2007
Location India 2008

This BtoB conference and exhibition includes three seminars on positioning technology for fleet management, location based services, and vehicle navigation. Technical sessions also…

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October 22, 2007
Arab Institute of Navigation Conference and Exhibition: MELAHA 2008

MELAHA 2008, The Arab Institute of Navigation (AIN) biennial conference will be held for the first time in Hurghada, Egypt, a tourist resort…

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October 20, 2007
GNSS for the Masses

Oh, yes, to be sure — they are really impressive numbers: the steep upward curve of unit and dollar (or euro or ruble or renminbi) sales volumes now that GNSS has hit the big time.

Whether it’s $25 billion today or $68 billion in 2010, the worldwide market has really taken off since consumers have discovered — almost by accident, in many cases — the amazing power of GNSS-driven products and services.

Ah, consumers. The mass market.

Rich! We’ll all be rich beyond our wildest imaginings!

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October 20, 2007
A System of Systems

Cruising around out here in Oregon, far outside the D.C. Beltway on the golden sunset side of the American dream, listening to the radio, I realize I have a little signal availability problem of my own sometimes.

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October 20, 2007
Turning Point

Historians sometimes speak of the Axial Age, referring to an ancient era that saw the coincident appearance of major religious and philosophical movements in widely scattered regions of the world. It represented a turning point in the course of human affairs.

This first decade of the 21st century may prove to be the Axial Age of the Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) community. Consider these signs and portents:

The U.S. Global Positioning System is poised to regain its momentum and sense of direction.

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October 17, 2007
Spirent GNSS Simulator User Conference

Spirent engineers and other GNSS professionals present papers on new developments in GNSS. Customers will present real-life case studies and Spirent Positioning Technology…

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