GNSS (all systems)

April 12, 2019

Orolia Upgrades U.S. SAR Ground Stations for the NOAA

Orolia, which provides GNSS-based systems for defense and commercial industries around the world, has successfully installed the world’s first operational Cospas-Sarsat second-generation technology on search and rescue ground stations for the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) in Florida and Hawaii. These ground stations have been upgraded with Second Generation Beacon (SGB) signal processing capabilities to more accurately and quickly locate the source of distress signals.

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By Inside GNSS
April 2, 2019

EU’s ESCAPE Project Launches Positioning Module for Autonomous Driving

Automated vehicles are on the way, and the European GNSS Agency (GSA) sees satellite navigation as a core technology that will help to ensure their safe operation. At the recent Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, the GSA shared its space with the “ESCAPE” project, a European Union-funded initiative that has developed a unique positioning module for autonomous or semi-autonomous driving.

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By Inside GNSS
March 20, 2019

Commercial UAV Expo Europe is Scheduled for April 8-10

Commercial UAV Expo Europe, April 8-10 in Amsterdam, is the leading trade fair and conference focusing on the integration and operation of commercial UAS throughout Europe and internationally. Industries covered include Process, Power & Utilities; Civil Infrastructure; Construction; Aggregates & Mining; Surveying & Mapping; Public Safety and Security; and Precision Agriculture.

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By Inside GNSS
March 14, 2019

Lawmakers Launch New GPS Caucus

There are congressional caucuses dedicated to building support for everything from auto care and addiction treatment to chickens and Vietnam. Some caucuses become powerful voting blocks of lawmakers — the House Freedom Caucus played a role in the 2015 resignation of Speaker John Boehner. Others exercise influence by educating congressmembers and their staff about issues impacting their cause and quietly heading off ill-conceived proposals before they get too far along.

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By Dee Ann Divis
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