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Galileo: A Constellation of One?

October 29, 2014  - By 0 Comments

Matters sit not well with Galileo, the European GNSS. Only one of six currently orbiting satellites can be said to be truly and fully operational. With these troubles augmented by... read more

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Toward a Unified PNT — Part 2

October 31, 2014 0 Comments

The coming requirements of greater accuracy and reliability in a range of challenging environments for a multitude of mission-critical applications require a multisensor approach and an over-arching methodology that does not yet exist. read more

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Bruce Carlson, president of Carlson Software, and William “Butch” Herter talk about the company’s new BRx5 GNSS Receiver and Surveyor2 data collector, among others, while at InterGeo 2014, held October 7-9 in Berlin.

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Carlson Software Debuts BRx5 GNSS Receiver, Surveyor2 at InterGeo

October 22, 2014  - By 0 Comments

Bruce Carlson, president of Carlson Software, and William “Butch” Herter talk about the company’s new BRx5 GNSS Receiver and Surveyor2 data collector, among others, while at InterGeo 2014, held October... read more

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KCS Launches Tiny TraceME Tracker

October 30, 2014  - By 0 Comments

KCS BV has launched a new tiny tracker, the TM-202LAR. It’s the newest addition to the KCS family of TraceME products. The KCS GPRS/GPS range of modules enable users to remotely track and trace people, animals and a variety of objects, such as vehicles, containers, motorcycles, lawnmowers, or other... read more

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