May 16, 2019

The Biggest Thing in Anti-Jam Technology Just Got Smaller

NovAtel® Expands GPS Anti-Jam Portfolio with the GAJT®-410ML

NovAtel announced today an addition to their GPS Anti-Jam Technology (GAJT®) portfolio, the GAJT-410ML. Designed specifically for rapid integration into space-constrained military land applications, this easy-to-use system protects GPS-based navigation and precise timing receivers, including M-Code, from both intentional and accidental interference.

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By Inside GNSS
January 3, 2019

FAA Selects NovAtel to Provide Safety-Critical Infrastructure for North American Navigation Network

NovAtel has been awarded a contract from the United States Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to design, produce and deliver 40 next-generation Ground Uplink Station (GUS) Signal Generators to support the FAA’s safety of life Wide Area Augmentation System (WAAS) navigation service. The contract also includes ongoing engineering support services for NovAtel’s complete portfolio of Satellite Based Augmentation System (SBAS) products deployed by the FAA, including the WAAS G-III reference receiver platform.

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By Inside GNSS
September 27, 2018

Hexagon Now Provides Newly Integrated Solutions and Platforms for Autonomous Vehicle Development

Hexagon’s Positioning Intelligence division (Hexagon PI) is pleased to welcome AutonomouStuff following the completion of the acquisition as announced by Hexagon AB. AutonomouStuff being part of Hexagon PI will boost collaboration between the organizations to provide superior solutions for autonomous vehicle development. The acquisition of U.S.-based AutonomouStuff, first announced in June, is now complete.

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By Inside GNSS
September 17, 2018

NovAtel Introduces SMART7 Family of Smart Antennas Designed for Agricultural Applications

NovAtel today launched its new SMART7 family of SMART antennas, adding SPAN technology, future-ready Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS), Wi-Fi and Internet Protocol (IP) connectivity, optimal tracking performance and TerraStar-C PRO corrections to its availability, accuracy, and reliability trusted by major equipment manufacturers for demanding applications like precision agriculture and machine control.

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By Inside GNSS
August 10, 2018

Benefits Delivered by Galileo Already Being Felt by EU Citizens, Businesses

The Galileo constellation took another big step towards full operational capability with the successful launch last month of four satellites on-board an Ariane 5 launcher. Representatives of leading industry that have adopted Galileo then held a special press briefing for journalists from across the continent to address updates on how European citizens and businesses are already taking advantage of benefits delivered by Galileo.

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By Stan Goff
July 10, 2018

NovAtel’s GNSS+INS Combined System with SPAN Technology Now Offered in Rugged, Ultra-Compact Unit

NovAtel announced today that it is now delivering their market-leading SPAN® tightly-coupled GNSS+INS navigation technology in a rugged, ultra-compact unit. Commercially exportable and ideal for integration into a wide variety of applications, the high-performance SPAN CPT7 is designed to deliver assured positioning – anywhere, in a package one-quarter the size of the highly successful SPAN-CPT.

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By Inside GNSS
June 15, 2018

ION’s 2018-’20 Satellite Division Nominations and Voting Announced

Online voting for the Institute of Navigation’s Satellite Division Officers will be available after July 16, and ION is currently accepting additional nominations.

The Satellite Division Nominating Committee, chaired by Dr. John Betz, has submitted the following nominations for Satellite Division Officers:

Chair: Dr. Chris Hegarty, The MITRE Corporation; Vice Chair: Ms. Patricia Doherty, Boston College; Ms. Sandy Kennedy, Hexagon Positioning Intelligence/NovAtel, Canada; Secretary: Dr. Zak Kassas, The University of California, Riverside; Dr. Jason Rife, Tufts University; Treasurer: Mr. Tim Murphy, Boeing; and Dr. Alex Stratton, Rockwell Collins.

Pursuant to Article IV of The Institute of Navigation Satellite Division Bylaws, “Additional nominations may be made by petition signed by at least 25 members entitled to vote for the office for which the candidate is nominated.” All additional nominees must fulfill nomination requirements as indicated in the ION Satellite Division Bylaws and the nomination must be received at the ION National Office by July 13, 2018.

Online voting for the ION Satellite Division Officers will be available after July 16, and completed ballots must be received at the ION office by August 6, 2018 in order to be counted.

Election results will be announced during the 31st International Technical Meeting of the ION Satellite Division being held September 24-28, 2018 in Miami, Florida.

ION GNSS+ Slated for Sept. 24-28 in Miami

The newly elected officers will take office on September 28, 2018 at the conclusion of the meeting and will serve for two years. Election results will be reported in the ION Newsletter.

 

By Inside GNSS