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From Old China into Commercial GNSS

October 15, 2014  - By 0 Comments

From 1978 to 1998, China’s GNP increased 500%. To achieve this, there had to be a strategy. The approach chosen was to lead and support through government-sponsored initiatives, including developing China’s own sat-nav system. Having built BeiDou, a Chinese GNSS industry began to emerge. But it nearly didn’t happen. So how did Beijing BDStar Navigation Company come about, and where does it stand today? I touched base with my friend, Chairman Ruxin Zhou, to find out. read more

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Toward a Unified PNT — Part 1

October 2, 2014  - By 0 Comments

Complexity and Context: Key Challenges of Multisensor Positioning
The next generation of navigation and positioning systems must provide greater accuracy and reliability in a range of challenging environments. No single navigation technology is robust enough, so a multisensor solution is required. 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, amongst 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, amongst others, while at InterGeo 2014, held October... read more

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Juniper’s New Rugged Handheld Designed for Data-Collecting Efficiency

October 10, 2014  - By 0 Comments

Juniper Systems announced its newest rugged handheld computer, the Allegro 2, at the InterGeo 2014 trade show, held September 7-9 in Berlin. The handheld is the latest in the company’s Allegro product line, “with every bit of reliability,” the company says, but now with some major advancements.... read more

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