Peter Gutierrez, Author at Inside GNSS - Global Navigation Satellite Systems Engineering, Policy, and Design


Latest Articles


February 2, 2023
Aerospacelab Takes Center Stage in LEO Satellite Market

Up-and-coming Belgian satellite manufacturer Aerospacelab offers high-performance, low earth orbit (LEO) satellite platforms that can accommodate various payload types, including for positioning, navigation…

By Peter Gutierrez


January 30, 2023
EU Space Services for Autonomy and the Environment

EUSPA has published a new report, EU Space for Green Transformation, aimed at helping companies assess their own environmental performance and  take actions…

By Peter Gutierrez


January 17, 2023
New Trimble Forestry Lab at the University of British Columbia

Trimble is working with the University of British Columbia (UBC) to establish a state-of-the-art Trimble Technology Lab at UBC’s Forest Sciences Center. UBC…

By Peter Gutierrez


January 13, 2023
NAVISP Releases New Funding in 2023

The Ministerial Council of the European Space Agency (ESA), meeting last fall (2022), agreed to extend the Navigation Innovation and Support Program (NAVISP),…

By Peter Gutierrez


January 11, 2023
Imaging for Energy Efficient Cities

A newly launched project, BUILDSPACE, funded under the European Union’s Horizon research framework program will merge thermal data from drones and ground-based monitoring…

By Peter Gutierrez


January 3, 2023
EU Project Combines Galileo Authentication and Blockchain

2022 saw the launch of a raft of new projects funded by the European Agency for the Space Program (EUSPA), applying space technologies…

By Peter Gutierrez


December 15, 2022
Screening Eagle’s Subsurface Mapping System is a Big Hit

Proceq GS8000 by Screening Eagle is a subsurface mapping system that combines the most advanced ground penetrating radar (GPR) technology with state-of-the-art GNSS…

By Peter Gutierrez


December 7, 2022
GMV Signs New Agreements with Lockheed Martin and u-blox

In November, 2022, Spain’s GMV announced it had signed an agreement with Lockheed Martin Corporation, to develop two core elements of the Southern…

By Peter Gutierrez


December 6, 2022
Human Engineering: Cheryl Gramling, Carrying Through on a Dream

Cheryl Gramling knew early on what she wanted to do in life. Today, she is assistant chief for technology, mission engineering and systems…

By Peter Gutierrez


December 5, 2022
Tyker’s Robot Plotter for Autonomous Ground Marking

The Robot Plotter is a compact, fully autonomous, self-driving robot that uses RTK-GNSS positioning to place lines and other markings on a variety…

By Peter Gutierrez


November 14, 2022
OxTS Making Inroads in the UAV Mapping Arena

Oxford Technical Solutions Ltd (OxTS) is an established supplier of inertial navigation systems (INS), particularly to the automotive industry. Since 1998, its products…

By Peter Gutierrez


October 6, 2022
Galileo’s next ride moving towards operational status

ESA’s Ariane 6 launch vehicle, on which the deployment of the EU’s Galileo GNSS satellite constellation now depends, has taken another step towards…

By Peter Gutierrez


October 6, 2022
Celestia UK will develop LEO satellite PNT system with ESA funding

ESA has awarded an €800,000 NAVISP (Navigation, Innovation and Support Program) contract to Celestia UK for the development of an innovative PNT solution,…

By Peter Gutierrez


September 26, 2022
Hello Space to offer IoT communication via PocketQube satellites

Hello Space is Turkey’s first PocketQube satellite constellation start-up. Founded in May 2022, the company intends to provide worldwide Internet of Things (IoT)…

By Peter Gutierrez


September 20, 2022
ESA ESTEC gets smart city treatment

Rokubun, leading the HANSEL initiative, has set up an intelligent and flexible ‘smart city’ infrastructure at The European Space Agency’s sprawling ESTEC facility…

By Peter Gutierrez


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