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October 31, 2018
Imagination Technologies Introduces Comprehensive GNSS IP Core

Imagination Technologies today announced the offering of the Ensigma Location GNSS IP core that supports GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, and BeiDou as well as several Satellite-Based Augmentation Systems…

By Stan Goff


October 9, 2018
Indian Space Research Organization Reports NavIC Progress

Some good news has been reported and some nice progress has been made by the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) this year. The…

By Stan Goff


October 3, 2018
Crocodiles, Snakes, Lizards Steal the Show at ION Luncheon

Each year when the ION staff puts together a program for the annual Volunteer Appreciation Luncheon as part of the ION GNSS+ conference,…

By Stan Goff


October 1, 2018
Benefits of Spirent’s GSS9000 Simulator Showcased at ION GNSS+

Sophisticated and highly comprehensive testing is as important as ever when it comes to developing positioning, navigation and timing systems for military, space,…

By Stan Goff


September 26, 2018
Emergency Location Services, Airborne Lidar Systems the Focus of ION GNSS+ Keynotes

Cell phones are helping save lives with their location accuracy during emergencies, but they can get even better. That was one of the…

By Stan Goff


September 25, 2018
GNSS Trends Will Include Continued Impact from Galileo

With ION GNSS+ 2018 here, Inside GNSS asked José-Ángel Ávila-Rodríguez to share some thoughts on GNSS and Galileo. Ávila-Rodríguez is a European Technical Advisor…

By Stan Goff


September 24, 2018
ION GNSS+ Program Offers Plenty of Both Traditional, Emerging Research Topics

ION GNSS+ Program Co-Chair Jason Rife studied under one of best GNSS minds and it was his work with the late Per K….

By Stan Goff


September 19, 2018
Lockheed Martin’s SBAS Research Project in Thailand to Study Ionospheric Disturbance on Signals

The latest satellite-based augmentation system (SBAS) project update from Lockheed Martin and GMV is designed to collect data near the equatorial region and…

By Stan Goff


September 14, 2018
ION GNSS+ Slated for Sept. 24-28 in Miami

ION GNSS+, the world’s largest technical meeting and showcase of GNSS technology, products and services, will take place September 24-28, 2018 at the…

By Stan Goff


September 13, 2018
2018 Continues to Be a Big Year for China’s BeiDou

One of the more popular sessions in recent years at the annual ION GNSS+ technical meeting is the panel discussion on a variety…

By Stan Goff


September 10, 2018
Space, Galileo Bringing Robust Solutions to European Farmers

Precision agriculture is just one of many sectors taking advantage of advancements in GNSS technology in recent years, but few have the potential…

By Stan Goff


August 31, 2018
Dual Channel RTK for UAS Webinar Slated for Sept. 11

Today, high-precision GNSS technology is integrating with autopilot for guidance and control solutions for Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) to deliver new and expanding…

By Stan Goff


August 14, 2018
DOD Prohibits GPS-enabled Devices for Soldiers, But Civilian Risks are Low

While news broke last week of a Department of Defense (DOD) policy to prohibit GPS-enabled devices in deployed settings, no one should expect…

By Stan Goff


August 10, 2018
Benefits Delivered by Galileo Already Being Felt by EU Citizens, Businesses

The Galileo constellation took another big step towards full operational capability with the successful launch last month of four satellites on-board an Ariane…

By Stan Goff


July 31, 2018
Beyond GNSS: A System of Systems Virtual Workshop Now Available On-Demand

Trust, integrity and safety are common words whenever we talk about autonomous vehicles. Automotive manufacturers, software companies and sensor makers are just part…

By Stan Goff