European Union GNSS Receiver Workshop

The Geospatial Building at the University of Nottingham

A two-day workshop on GNSS receivers will take place at the Geospatial Building at the University of Nottingham Innovation Park on April 14 and 15, 2011.

In addition to talks by GNSS experts, the workshop features product demonstrations, using the test facilitiies at GRACE, the GNSS Research and Applications Center of Excellence. These include GPS and Galileo full constellation Spirent simulator, signal record and replay devices and the roof-based fixed test track designed for dynamic research and testing.

A two-day workshop on GNSS receivers will take place at the Geospatial Building at the University of Nottingham Innovation Park on April 14 and 15, 2011.

In addition to talks by GNSS experts, the workshop features product demonstrations, using the test facilitiies at GRACE, the GNSS Research and Applications Center of Excellence. These include GPS and Galileo full constellation Spirent simulator, signal record and replay devices and the roof-based fixed test track designed for dynamic research and testing.

Guest speakers include GNSS experts Terry Moore, Andrew Dempster, Phillip Mattos and Fabio Dovis.

A number of companies and agencies will demonstrate their new receivers at the workshop, including NSL, IFEN GmbH, Deimos Space, the German Aerospace Center (DLR) Thales Avionics SA and Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft.

GRACE sponsors the workshop.

Register online at the website below. Those who complete their registration by March 31 will receive a discount.

For more information, email Gerrard Wilcoxson at the address below.

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