TAG: Interoperability Working Group

China to Join Effort on Aircraft Satnav Standards

September 23, 2014By

Europe’s EGNOS augmentation system sharpens the accuracy and reliability of GPS signals so they can safely be used for landing approaches across a growing number of European airports. But aviation is a global enterprise — so the aim is to develop a seamless network of augmentation systems in future. That is the task of an international group of experts, the... read more

GPS CNAV Debate, and GNSS Interoperability Moves Forward

March 27, 2014By

The most modernized GPS satellites on orbit will broadcast a new civil navigation message (CNAV) on the L2C and L5 signals in April. That's the plan, at least. An update on the CNAV debate in the United States. Also, summaries of key presentations from the international committee charged with inter-GNSS compatibility and interoperability. read more

Interoperability Working Group Issues November Meeting Report

March 24, 2014By

The report of Working Group A on Compatibility and Interoperability, held November 11-13, 2013, in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, is now available as a downloadable PDF. It is also available on the ICG Information Portal. read more

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SBAS Working Group Looks to Galileo for Aircraft Guidance, Defines L5

February 28, 2014By

Plans to harness Galileo and other satnav systems for next-generation satellite augmentation systems for aviation and other high-performance uses took a significant step forward at the latest gathering of worldwide operators and experts, reports the European Space Agency. Satellite augmentation systems combine additional ground stations and satellite transponders to sharpen satnav accuracy and reliability across given geographical regions — based... read more