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Australian Space Agency Funding a National Aerospace-Grade GNSS Receiver

The Australian Space Agency has initiated a proactive step toward bolstering Australia’s capabilities in the aerospace sector through the Moon to Mars Supply Chain Capability Improvement Grants scheme. This move is marked by the funding of an aerospace grade Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) receiver, a project set to catalyze advancements in space and aviation technologies across the nation.

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March 18, 2024

Netnod and Adtran Fortify Sweden’s National Timing Infrastructure with Optical Cesium Clocks

In a move to fortify Sweden’s national infrastructure against emerging digital threats, Netnod is implementing Adtran’s coreSync OSA 3300-HP, an optical pumping cesium atomic clock technology. This strategic upgrade aims to enhance the precision and reliability of timing services vital to the nation’s economy, spanning sectors from finance to next-generation telecommunications like 5G.

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NextNav Enhances Positioning and Timing Capabilities with Strategic Spectrum Acquisition

NextNav (Nasdaq: NN) has entered into an agreement to acquire additional spectrum licenses in the lower 900 MHz band (902-928) from Telesaurus Holdings GB LLC and Skybridge Spectrum Foundation. This acquisition, valued at up to $50 million, is paid through a combination of cash and NextNav common stock, significantly expanding NextNav’s spectrum portfolio by an additional 4 MHz.

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March 14, 2024

NPL Initiates Innovation Nodes to Propel UK’s Technological Advancement in Timing

The National Physical Laboratory (NPL) has taken a significant leap forward in enhancing the United Kingdom’s capabilities in the development of time-critical technologies. Marking the inauguration of the first of three innovation nodes, this initiative is aimed at sectors such as transport, telecommunications, fintech, and quantum with the application of accurate and precise timing.

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Kongsberg Discovery Unveils Seapath 385: Elevating Precision in Hydrographic Surveying

Kongsberg Discovery is marking a milestone in its inertial navigation portfolio’s 30th anniversary with the launch of the Seapath 385 navigation system. The system is designed to enhance precision in hydrographic surveying by leveraging advanced navigation algorithms and integrating a range of satellite signals, including GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, Beidou, and QZSS, alongside geostationary satellite signals.

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