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Rio Olympics reflected technology advances

August 22, 2016  - By 0 Comments

The Olympics are great for technology. Yes, the competition held every four years highlights amazing athletes. But its vast support network relies on numerous technologies, including GNSS. GNSS technology helped fans follow the canoe sprint and rowing events in Rio in more detail than before. With GPS... read more

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System of Systems: Galileo birds active

August 23, 2016  - By 0 Comments

Galileo birds active Faulty launch victims still viable Europe’s fifth and sixth Galileo satellites, salvaged from their faulty 2014 Soyuz launch, will begin broadcasting working navigation signals for test purposes, for the benefit of receiver manufacturers, service providers and scientific researchers. The European Commission will... read more

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IGTV Career interview: Why should young people opt for a career in geodesy and geoinformation? See the latest from INTERGEO TV, the Newschannel for the Geospatial Community. View all the latest videos and news on: http://intergeo-tv.com


Intergeo TV: German Association of Surveying (DVW) VP Jens Riecken

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NovAtel releases 2 triple-frequency marine GNSS antennas

August 22, 2016  - By 0 Comments

NovAtel Inc. has introduced the GPS-713-GGG-N and GPS-713-GGGL-N ATEX-qualified triple-frequency GNSS antennas with an Inmarsat rejection filter. Based on the company’s pinwheel technology, the antennas offer multi-constellation reception of L1, L2 and L5 GPS; L1, L2 and L3 GLONASS; B1 and B2 BeiDou;... read more

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