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September 21, 2023

Dr. Todd E. Humphreys Honored with ION’s Johannes Kepler Award

Dr. Todd E. Humphreys, known for his fundamental contributions to secure, precise and robust PNT and GNSS software-defined receivers (SDR), received this year’s Johannes Kepler Award. The Institute of Navigation’s (ION) Satellite Division recognized Dr. Humphreys with this prestigious honor, the highest it bestows, during the ION GNSS+ 2023 conference in Denver.

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By Inside GNSS
September 14, 2023

EMCORE Introduces New TAC-440 MEMS Inertial Measurement Unit

EMCORE Corporation announced the introduction of the TAC-440 MEMS Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU), the world’s smallest 1°/hour IMU. Featuring an ultra-compact package of less than 5 cubic inches, the TAC-440 is a higher-performance, form, fit, and function compatible replacement for the Honeywell 1930 and 4930 IMUs.

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By Inside GNSS
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Hexagon | NovAtel announces Version 9.00 of its Waypoint Post-Processing Software Portfolio

Hexagon | NovAtel is excited to announce the release of version 9.00 of its industry-leading Waypoint post-processing software, including Inertial Explorer, Inertial Explorer Xpress and GrafNav/GrafNav Static. Building on decades of GNSS positioning and algorithm development expertise, Waypoint 9.00 includes BeiDou Phase III support and a refreshed, streamlined GUI for users to import, process and export their data faster and more efficiently.

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By Inside GNSS
August 2, 2023

Anello Reveals GNSS INS System with ‘World-first’ Optical Gyro

Santa Clara, CA-based startup Anello Photonics has announced a GNSS INS module that it says is the world’s smallest optical gyro inertial navigation system for GPS-denied navigation and localization. It is powered by the company’s optical gyroscope technology and AI-based sensor fusion engine, the combination engineered to deliver high-accuracy positioning and orientation for applications in the agriculture, construction, robotics, and autonomous vehicle space.

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By Kevin Jost
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