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Out in Front: Good News for Modern Nav

May 1, 2015By

This year’s European Navigation Conference in Bordeaux, France, got underway with “Good news from up there .…” Galileo’s seventh and eighth satellites launched successfully in late March, the European Space Agency (ESA) plans four more satellites to reach orbit in 2015, and space maneuvers for Galileo 5 and 6 have been completed, with a recovery plan currently under study. ESA... read more

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eDLoran Surprise: European Navigation Conference 2014

May 14, 2014By
Shipboard DLORAN receiver installation (orange boxes on rails).

At the ENC-GNSS Conference in Rotterdam, we delved into actions necessary to officially use EGNOS (giving me déjà vu from WAAS’s early days), heard sage words from Brad Parkinson, the father of GPS, and, on the last day, saw amazing proof of a claim many of us initially thought was outrageous —that differential (DLoran) with modern monitoring can result in consistent horizontal accuracies approaching five meters on a moving platform. read more

ENC GNSS 2014 Program Now Online

March 18, 2014By

The European Navigation Conference (ENC) will be held April 15-17, 2014, in the World Trade Center in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. The conference aims at technology, innovation, and business in the PNT domain (positioning, navigation, and timing). The conference program is now available for review online. Satellite navigation and positioning, using current operational systems like GPS and GLONASS, will be major... read more

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Europe’s Spring Season for GNSS

February 26, 2014By
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The hounds of spring are on winter’s traces. As Galileo emerges from its long, cold slumber, the energy of a new constellation radiates through the skies to encourage blossoms across Europe. ESA’s recent declaration of in-orbit validation means the downstream satnav market can now truly get going. If a lot of demand has yet to be demonstrated, certainly a lot... read more

Father of GPS Brad Parkinson to Deliver Keynote at ENC 2014

December 16, 2013By

Bradford Parkinson, who is known as “the father of GPS,” will give a keynote speech during the opening session of the European Navigation Conference 2014. The conference will be held April 15-17, 2014, in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. Parkinson’s speech is titled “Assured PNT – Assured World Economic Benefits.” Representatives of the European Commission, the European GNSS Agency, and the European... read more

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ENC-GNSS 2014 Issues Call for Abstracts

September 30, 2013By

The Netherlands Institute of Navigation will be hosting the European Navigation Conference (ENC-GNSS 2014) in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, April 15-17, 2014. The conference will cover all aspects of positioning, navigation and timing (PNT) developments and applications. Special sessions will be organized for innovations and their commercialization. Abstracts can be submitted until December 31, 2013, at www.enc-gnss2014.com. Topics include, but are... read more

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Time to Hit Warp Speed, Galileo

April 23, 2013By

Report from ENC: Constellation Needs 22 Satellites in Three Years Launch, deploy, and operate “22 satellites in less than 3 years.” That’s two satellites every three months, leading to a four-at-once launch in 2014. And that’s the challenge that Europe and the European Space Agency (ESA) now face. This pointed call to action during the opening plenary of the European... read more

European Nav Conference Extends Early Bird Registration to March 15

March 4, 2013By

Because of widespread interest in European Navigation Conference 2013, organizers have decided to extend Early Bird Registration until March 15. “The interest of the navigation community for the European Navigation Conference 2013 is tremendous. We have received more than 150 oral presentations and 50 poster presentations that will be showcased in 32 sessions,” said Susanne Fuchs, organizing committee member. Among... read more

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