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July 26, 2018
Ariane 5 Launch Extends Galileo’s Global Reach

With Wednesday’s successful Ariane 5 launch of four more Galileo satellites,  the Galileo constellation grew to 26 satellites, extending the global coverage of…

By Stan Goff


July 16, 2018
Sneak Peek: What Experts Have to Share About the Latest in Driverless Cars, Robotics

The connected car is a reality, as are robotics playing a critical role in just about every industry in which they’ve been deployed….

By Stan Goff


July 5, 2018
Securing PNT Workshop Looks at GNSS Back-up Options

With eyes on a future where reliable GNSS back-ups are in place to protect against both accidental or intentional disruptions of GNSS, three…

By Stan Goff


June 27, 2018
New GPSIA Executive Director Excited About the Future of GPS

When talking to J. David Grossman, the new executive director of the GPS Innovation Alliance (GPSIA), one word comes up quite often: excited.

By Stan Goff


June 22, 2018
A Win for Privacy as Supreme Court Limits Cell Phone Searches

Today will go down as a great day for those in support of protecting their privacy as the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled…

By Stan Goff


June 18, 2018
Next European Satellite Navigation Competition is Sure to Deliver Innovation

Who knows what’s in store for this year’s 15th edition of the European Satellite Navigation Competition (ESNC), which is currently scouting for new…

By Stan Goff


June 11, 2018
OHB SE Sends Off Galileo FOC Satellites “Anna” and “Ellen”

Yet another milestone has been reached as the Galileo global navigation satellite system inches closer to completion of its entire constellation comprising of…

By Stan Goff


June 11, 2018
Orolia Presenting Assured PNT Solutions at Eurosatory in Paris

Orolia Responding to Military GPS/GNSS Challenges this Week in Paris In response to the growing threat of GPS/GNSS interference in military operations, Orolia…

By Stan Goff


June 3, 2018
Hexagon Acquires AutonomouStuff to Bolster Leadership Position in Autonomous Solutions

With expectations of accelerating the implementation of safety, integrity and reliability, within GNSS for autonomous applications, Hexagon AB announced the acquisition of AutonomouStuff,…

By Stan Goff


May 31, 2018
China Plans to Launch Two BeiDou-2 Backup Satellites in the Next 2 Years

China is set to launch two backup satellites for BeiDou-2 in next two years to improve its performance, and the country also has…

By Stan Goff


May 29, 2018
Orolia Secures Galileo Contracts to Supply Clocks to 12 More Satellites

Orolia announced today that its atomic clock solutions have been selected for the Galileo Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS). Under contracts totaling 26…

By Stan Goff


May 25, 2018
EU’s Green Week Brings Focus to GNSS and Protecting Our Environment

In recent years there has been plenty of talk about Smart Cities, including numerous lectures on the topic at a variety of GNSS…

By Stan Goff


May 14, 2018
Septentrio Releases AsteRx SB, a Compact and Ruggedized GNSS Receiver

GNSS receiver manufacturer Septentrio announced the arrival of its AsteRx SB,  which was first showcased at Expomin in Santiago, Chile and Intermat in…

By Stan Goff


May 11, 2018
WSTS Timing and Sync Workshop Slated for San Jose

The 27th Annual Workshop on Synchronization and Timing Systems (WSTS), sponsored by NIST and ATIS, will take place June 18-21, 2018 in San…

By Stan Goff


May 2, 2018
Inertial Sensors, Receiver Signal Processing and Indoor Navigation Take Center Stage at PLANS

High performance inertial sensor technology, receiver signal processing, and robotic and indoor navigation presentations all played a big role in technical sessions at…

By Stan Goff