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March 25, 2024

Getting Galileo Back to Space

This year’s European Space Policy Conference in Brussels saw familiar faces talking about new and unfamiliar things. While Galileo continues to perform well, delivering an ever-widening range of services, the problem of how to get Galileo satellites into space has forced the Union to take unprecedented, forward-thinking and, for some, uncomfortable steps.

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By Peter Gutierrez
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February 6, 2024

Intecs Fusing GNSS and Other Sensor Data for Train Localization

Hardware and software developer Intecs is creating a multi-sensor, GNSS-based platform for obtaining absolute position of trains on rail lines. The system incorporates cameras that read QR codes installed in the area adjacent to the track. The system includes a robust, software-based, data fusion engine that combines GNSS and visual data to determine train position. 

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By Peter Gutierrez
January 26, 2024

Munich Satellite Navigation Summit 2024: Exploring New Orbits and Synergies in GNSS

The Munich Satellite Navigation Summit, set to take place from March 20 to 22, 2024, has announced “GNSS Meets Friends in New Orbits – Potentials and Synergies!” as its theme. This event, which will be held both on-site and as a hybrid conference, is poised to delve into the evolving landscape of satellite navigation and its integration with other space-based technologies. Registration information for the in-person or virtual tracks can be found on the conference website.

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