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November 5, 2020

Taoglas Unveils New Compact Active Multiband GNSS Antennas for Autonomous Vehicles, Robotics and Precision Agriculture

Taoglas, a provider in antenna designs, unveiled its new active, multiband GNSS antennas, the MagmaX2 AA.200 and Colosseum X XAHP.50, engineered for  applications that require critical high-accuracy positioning and timing, including autonomous driving and precision agriculture applications. The lightweight, cost-sensitive compact antennas can obtain similar levels of multipath rejection compared to conventional geodetic antenna, according to the company.

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October 30, 2020

Vertical Positioning for E911, LBS Now in 16 Major US Markets

NextNav, a provider of 3D geolocation, announced the availability of its vertical positioning service in sixteen major metropolitan areas in the US. The vertical positioning service helps first responders find people — via their cell phones or tablets — faster in multi-story buildings, opens up new urban markets for location-based applications, and unlocks a new ecosystem of 3D geolocation products.

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October 19, 2020

ADEPT Keeps Eye Located in the Sky Despite GPS Jamming

Leidos showcased its system for airborne navigation in GPS-denied environments at the recent Association of the United States Army (AUSA) 2020 conference in Washington, D.C., October 11–13.The system, called Assured Data Engine for Positioning and Timing (ADEPT), compares the high-resolution camera view below a plane to a detailed satellite map.

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October 12, 2020

New Vision-RTK Positioning Sensor with Inertial Overcomes Multiple Vulnerabilities

Fixposition announced its new Vision-RTK positioning sensor, a compact centimeter-accurate solution with high reliability and availability in GNSS-challenged environments, at the Intergeo Digital event and industrial exposition. The sensor’s  fusion algorithm deeply integrates satellite, camera and inertial sensors for reliability and availability in diverse and challenging applications.

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