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Take Part in Our Rewarding State of the Industry Survey

July 14, 2015By

What are your challenges this year? How are you driving business in today’s economy? What issues are you concerned about? We want to know, and so does the rest of the industry. GPS World is asking GNSS professionals about the state of their business, the economic climate for GNSS products and services, driving market factors, government’s role in funding and regulating, budgets devoted to... read more

New Speakers Announced for Thursday’s Street Smart Webinar

July 14, 2015By
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Three new speakers have been announced for Thursday’s GPS World Market Insights Webinar. The webinar, “Street Smart: City Modeling and Other New Geospatial Techniques in Urban Mapping and Navigation,” will be held July 16, 1 p.m. EDT/ 10 a.m. PDT/ 5 p.m. GMT. Registration is free. The webinar provides a high-level overview of the latest enhancements to computerized geometric city models, which... read more

QinetiQ Announces Robust GNSS Receiver for Galileo PRS

July 14, 2015By
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QinetiQ today announced a major breakthrough in developing a robust navigation receiver that will use the Galileo, Europe’s satellite navigation system — in particular, the secured Public Regulated Service (PRS). QinetiQ’s new high-performance, next-generation GNSS receiver is multi‑constellation and multi‑frequency, and is designed to process encrypted signals from the Galileo PRS service as well as open services such as GPS. Qinetiq introduced the... read more

Flight Navigation the Focus of New Market Report

July 13, 2015By

MarketsandMarkets.com has released a new report focusing on NextGen flight navigation systems and how they will affect the future of aircraft. “Flight Navigation System Market by Product, Flight Instrument & Application Forecast to 2020” covers: avionics and communications systems instrumentation such as altimeters, gyroscopes, autopilots and sensors applications (commercial and military) geography The time frame covered is 2014 to 2020. Market Research Report... read more

Drones Could Assist Lifeguards in Rescues, Shark Sighting

July 9, 2015By
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Lifeguards in the United States are testing how drones may help save lives in coastal waters. Cameras on drones can spot sharks from above, and drones are able to reach struggling swimmers faster than lifeguards to deliver life preservers. In Seal Beach, Calif., lifeguards are using the flying device to monitor sharks. “It’s an extremely valuable tool for our water observation,” said... read more

Carlson Software Releases Surveyor2 Handheld

July 8, 2015By
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Carlson Software has released the Carlson Surveyor2, the newest model in its Carlson Surveyor line of data collectors. The Surveyor2 is paired with Carlson’s software to provide a powerful, complete solution for surveying, stake out, construction layout, and GIS mapping, the company said. Designed and manufactured by Juniper Systems, the Carlson Surveyor2 is built to withstand the harshest conditions, with an IP68... read more

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Leica Updates CrossCheck for GNSS Reference Station Monitoring

July 8, 2015By

Released today, the latest version of the web-based Leica CrossCheck service for GNSS reference station network integrity and deformation monitoring now comes with enhanced visualization and reporting options. Customizable, automatically generated reports can be distributed to multiple viewers, according to Leica Geosystems. Dashboard and status views allow easy and fast interpretation of complex data of reference network coordinates and area... read more

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ESA Releases Guide on Galileo 5 and 6 Recovery

July 8, 2015By

The European Space Agency has published a short guide on the recovery of Galileo satellites 5 and 6. The PDF of “Salvage in Space: Recovering Galileo 5 and 6″ can be downloaded. The four-page guide, written for a non-technical audience, describes the root cause of the anomaly that placed the two satellites into the wrong orbit, and the solution used to correct... read more

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