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ANELLO Photonics Launches ANELLO X3, a Compact 3-Axis Optical Gyroscope IMU for Precision Navigation in Challenging Environments

ANELLO Photonics has unveiled the ANELLO X3, a 3-Axis optical gyroscope Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) positioned as the world’s smallest and lightest commercially available offering in its category. This development addresses the growing need for precise navigation in GPS-denied and contested environments across aerial, maritime, and terrestrial domains.

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By Inside GNSS
January 5, 2024

Redwire to Develop Lunar Infrastructure for DARPA’s LunA-10 Study

Redwire Corporation, listed on the NYSE as RDW, has been selected by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) to contribute to its 10-Year Lunar Architecture (LunA-10) study. The study aims to explore and develop technologies for future commercial lunar infrastructure. Redwire’s involvement in this project underscores its role in space infrastructure development for the burgeoning space economy.

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By Inside GNSS
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January 4, 2024

Sidus Space Granted NOAA Approval for Advanced Imaging Services, Including GPS Integration

Sidus Space, a Space and Data-as-a-Service entity listed on NASDAQ as SIDU, has secured a Tier 1 remote sensing license from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). This approval encompasses the integration of Panchromatic (PAN) and Shortwave Infrared (SWIR) imaging capabilities within Sidus’ forthcoming LizzieSat™, set for launch in March 2024, alongside subsequent LizzieSat satellites.

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By Inside GNSS
January 2, 2024

Trimble executive: GNSS still core of PNT

Speaking to Inside GNSS at the recent InterGEO conference in Berlin, Olivier Casabianca, Vice President of Trimble Positioning Services, said “If you look at the way we work today, GNSS is still the key component, serving all of what we would consider the central geospatial industries, meaning construction, agriculture, transportation, etcetera. People talk about making a digital version of the world, and we understand that starts with knowing where you are, before, during and after, whatever job you’re doing. Precise positioning is fundamental.”

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By Peter Gutierrez
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