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Hexagon Enters into Agreement with Topcon for TerraStar Network

January 23, 2014By

Hexagon AB and Topcon have announced an agreement for Hexagon to purchase Veripos, which operates a network of more than 80 GNSS reference stations through its subsidiary TerraStar. The regulatory announcement explains that Hexagon, Topcon Europe B.V. and Topcon Corporation have entered into a memorandum of understanding (MoU) related to Veripos, Inc. Hexagon Acquisition Ltd., an indirectly wholly owned subsidiary... read more

Saelig Introduces Low-Cost SMD Antennas

January 17, 2014By
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Saelig Company, Inc., announces the availability of the Proant OnBoard SMD 2400 (2.4GHz band) and SMD GPS (GPS and GLONASS) miniature surface-mount (SMD) antennas for mobile wireless products. The OnBoard series moves embedded antenna integration one step ahead by combining high performance and low cost in this new OnBoard SMD family, the company said. Traditionally, small low-cost antennas for printed... read more

Loctronix’ Offers ASR Workbench for Software Defined Radio Module

January 15, 2014By

Loctronix Corporation, a provider of unified positioning solutions for GNSS-challenged environments, has announced the availability of the ASR Workbench, a development toolset for the company’s recently released ASR-2300 software-defined radio (SDR) module.  The ASR-2300 is a function-rich SDR for high-performance positioning, navigation and timing (PNT), and communication applications, the company said. “The ASR-2300 delivers advanced SDR capabilities in a small,... read more

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CHC Offers GNSS Post-Processing Software

January 14, 2014By
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CHC announced today the availability of CHC Geomatics Office (CGO), a software solution dedicated to post processing static and kinematic GNSS raw data. CGO supports GPS+GLONASS+BeiDou data in various raw data formats and is compatible with major brands, allowing a seamless integration with an existing pool of equipment, the company said. “CGO is undoubtedly the most affordable yet powerful GNSS... read more

Parsec Antennas Designed for Telit Mini GPS Receiver

January 14, 2014By
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Telit Wireless Solutions and Parsec Technologies today announced that a combination of the companies’ technologies results in a low profile  companion solution for GPS receiver and antenna. For host devices able to accommodate higher volumetric symmetry, assembly of the components can be made to fit a 6 x 16 x 8 millimeter volume. A flat component arrangement can yield an... read more

SkyTraq Seeks Crowdfunding for Location-Sensing Development Board

January 3, 2014By
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SkyTraq Technology, Inc., a fabless GNSS positioning technology company, is undertaking a crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo to explore if there is sufficient interest in applying GPS/GNSS processor technology beyond traditional ways by offering NavSpark, a small, powerful, thumb-sized, 32-bit, microcontroller development board with GPS/GNSS receiver as onboard peripheral. With price approaching an 8-bit microcontroller development board, the GPS/GNSS receiver is... read more

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Hemisphere GNSS Names Chuck Joseph President and CEO

January 3, 2014By

Hemisphere GNSS, Inc. today announced that Chuck Joseph has been named president and chief executive officer, effective immediately, replacing Phil Gabriel. Joseph has also been appointed to the Hemisphere GNSS Board of Directors. Joseph has more than 30 years of executive leadership across multiple industries, serving in corporate officer and board of director capacities. He has extensive proven experience in... read more

FAA Selects Six Sites for UAV Research

January 3, 2014By
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After a rigorous 10-month selection process involving 25 proposals from 24 states, the Federal Aviation Administration announced it has chosen six unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) research and test site operators across the country. According to the announcement, in selecting the six test site operators, the FAA considered geography, climate, location of ground infrastructure, research needs, airspace use, safety, aviation experience... read more