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International Symposium on GNSS Coming to Kyoto

April 23, 2015By
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The 2015 International Symposium on GNSS has been announced for Nov. 16–19 in Kyoto, Japan, and registration is now open, along with full information about the event. The GPS/GNSS International Symposium was first held in 2000 in Seoul and has been held annually ever since, rotating among Korea, China, Japan, Australia, Malaysia and Taiwan. The 2008 meeting in Tokyo attracted 428... read more

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NASA’s James L. Green to Headline ION GNSS+ 2015

April 22, 2015By
James L. Green, director of Planetary Science for NASA.

James L. Green, director of Planetary Science for NASA, will take the audience on a journey navigating through the solar system at The Institute of Navigation’s ION GNSS+ 2015 Conference. Green’s keynote address will show new worlds and new discoveries through the eyes of NASA’s planetary spacecraft. The conference takes place Sept. 14-18 at the Tampa Convention Center in Tampa, Florida. At NASA, Green is responsible for solar system exploration... read more

Antenova M2M Showcases Brevis GNSS Tracking Antenna

April 22, 2015By
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The Brevis GNSS antenna is the latest addition to Antenova’s gigaNOVA family of miniature antennas. The small antenna is designed to be used in portable handheld devices that have GNSS receivers — for example, in devices and applications that have a tracking capability or location accessories such as in transport, navigation, wearables and eHealth. The multi-GNSS antenna is designed for embedded applications, with a high... read more

GPS IIF-9 Satellite Declared Operational

April 21, 2015By

GPS IIF-9, launched March 25, has been declared healthy and operational by the U.S. Air Force. The Air Force issued the following Notice to NAVSTAR Users (NANU). The next GPS satellite, GPS IIF-10, is scheduled for launch on June 16, with GPS IIF-11 following three months later, on September 16. read more

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Tallysman GNSS Antennas Optimized for Multi-Constellation Systems

April 20, 2015By

Tallysman, a provider of high-performance, high-quality RF and GNSS components, has announced that its range of antennas featuring proprietary Accutenna technology is optimized for today’s multi-constellation satellite systems, including Europe’s Galileo, China’s next-generation BeiDou, GPS, GLONASS and India’s IRNSS. Tallysman’s compact GNSS antenna range with Accutenna technology is future-proof: GNSS is changing, and an increasing number of receivers are capable of... read more

Furuno Receiver Adopted for Use in Parrot Bebop Drone

April 17, 2015By
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Furuno Electric Co.’s latest multi-GNSS receiver module, GN-87, has been adopted for the new quadcopter Bebop Drone, made by Parrot SA. Parrot develops advanced technology wireless products. The GN-87 can receive GPS, GLONASS, SBAS, and QZSS concurrently, which significantly improves positioning success rate and robustness against interferences by using different frequency bands, Furuno said. Parrot Bebop Drone, equipped with a 14-megapixel fisheye lens camera, takes video... read more

u-blox Surface-Mount GNSS Module Supports All Satellites

April 17, 2015By
The u-blox CAM-M8C.

u-blox is offering the CAM-M8C — a small, low-profile GNSS positioning module with an integrated wideband chip antenna for reception across the entire L1 band. The module offers simultaneous GNSS operation for GPS/GLONASS, GPS/BeiDou, or GLONASS/BeiDou to deliver accurate, jamming-resistant and reliable positioning anywhere in the world. The CAM-M8C integrates a u-blox M8 satellite receiver, crystal oscillator, SAW filter and... read more

Ford, Telogis Expand Partnership to Commercial UK Customers

April 16, 2015By

Ford Motor Company and Telogis have expanded their exclusive partnership to bring Ford Telematics powered by Telogis to Ford’s commercial customers in the United Kingdom first, with other European markets to follow later this summer. Ford Telematics uses real-time information from Ford vehicles to enable businesses with workers in the field to have insight into vehicle location, driver behavior and fuel consumption. The... read more