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Chris Rizos, Professor, Geodesy and Navigation, 
University of New South Wales

Expert Opinions: PNT developments to expect in 2017

January 23, 2017  - By 0 Comments

Q: What significant new developments in positioning, navigation or timing can we anticipate in 2017?   A: Since the 1980s, surveyors and geodesists have used GPS for high-accuracy positioning. We take for granted centimeter- and even millimeter-level accuracy positioning capability that is faster, more reliable, at a... read more

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Figure 2: Part of the walk trajectory, passing through a building, where GPS is unavailable.

Qualcomm Research: Robust positioning from visual-inertial and GPS

Presented at ION GNSS+, September 2016 GPS positioning in urban scenarios is challenging because of large numbers of non-line-of-sight outlier measurements. We propose a robust positioning algorithm that combines GPS observations with visual-inertial odometry information to handle such outliers. We demonstrate the effectiveness of our... read more

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Teledyne Optech launched survey instruments and workflow solutions for collecting 3D spatial data at Intergeo 2016, which was held Oct. 11-13 in Hamburg, Germany. General Manager Michel Stanier highlights the Polaris terrestrial scanner, Maverick mobile scanner, Eclipse airborne sensor and Galaxy sensor.

Teledyne Optech launches static, mobile surveying solutions at Intergeo 2016

Teledyne Optech launched survey instruments and workflow solutions for collecting 3D spatial data at Intergeo 2016, which was held Oct. 11-13 in Hamburg, Germany. General Manager Michel Stanier highlights the Polaris terrestrial scanner, Maverick mobile scanner, Eclipse airborne sensor and Galaxy sensor. read more

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Launchpad: Golfing, augmented reality and flying cameras

January 18, 2017  - By 1 Comments

OEM Reference Time Clock Protects against vulnerabilities The TimeSource Enhanced primary reference time clock (TimeSource Enhanced PRTC) is a new system to protect against serious threats associated with GNSS vulnerabilities. It also enables telecommunications and... read more

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