TAG: ION GNSS

Decisions, Decisions: GeoGathering and ION GNSS

October 9, 2013By
Don Jewell visits the Exelis table at the GPS World Leadership Dinner.

Many may consider it a distinction without a difference, but quality matters, whether it concerns a life-changing decision or something as simple as which conference to attend. When resources are scarce, making the right decision, or sometimes just making any decision, matters — for many in our government this paradigm should reign supreme. Over the past 24 months, it seems... read more

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Trimble Introduces Compact OEM Module with Triple Frequency GNSS Support

September 18, 2013By

Trimble today introduced the Trimble BD930 module as part of its GNSS OEM portfolio. This small module features triple-frequency support for GPS and GLONASS plus dual-frequency support for BeiDou and Galileo constellations. Capable of receiving a wide range of commercially available GNSS signals, the 220-channel BD930 takes advantage of all available signals to provide optimal and reliable RTK centimeter positioning.... read more

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Rx Networks Creates Quad-Constellation Global Reference Network

September 18, 2013By

Rx Networks, Inc., a mobile location technology and services company, today announced that it is upgrading its GPStream GRN (Global Reference Network) to include support for the BeiDou and Galileo constellations alongside its GPS and GLONASS assistance services. The upgrade will be completed by the end of this year with commercial service starting in 2014. The announcement came at ION... read more

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Trimble Adds Galileo and BeiDou MEO Satellite Preview to CenterPoint RTX

September 18, 2013By
The preview version of Trimble's CenterPoint RTX post-processing service, enabling GNSS observations using available Galileo and BeiDou MEO satellites.

Trimble announced today a Preview version of its CenterPoint RTX post-processing service, enabling GNSS observations using available Galileo and BeiDou Middle Earth Orbit (MEO) satellites. Powered by Trimble RTX technology, the free CenterPoint RTX post-processing service provides better than centimeter level positions. The announcement was made today at ION GNSS 2013 Conference and Exhibition. The existing CenterPoint RTX post-processing site... read more

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PCTEL Launches Antennas for GPS, GLONASS, BeiDou, and Galileo Apps

September 18, 2013By

PCTEL, Inc. announced the launch of its next generation multi-band GNSS antennas for global timing and precision tracking applications at the ION GNSS Conference being held this week in Nashville, Tennessee. The new antennas, which are designed for use with GPS, GLONASS, BeiDou, and Galileo systems, are being showcased along with other PCTEL antennas at the PCTEL booth in the... read more

Predicted Ephemeris: Waste of Time or an Untapped Resource?

September 18, 2013By
This map of Portland by Geoloqi has 2.5 million data points.

GPS World contributing editor Eric Gakstatter gave a talk on predicted ephemeris at the Civil GPS Service Interface Committee (CGSIC) on Tuesday. The talk was invited and the topic was suggested by CGSIC coordinators. The 53rd meeting of the CGSIC was held Monday and Tuesday before the Institute of Navigation GNSS+ 2013 Conference. Here is Eric’s talk: Whenever I point... read more

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Telecaster Guitar up for Grabs in GPS World Booth 116

September 13, 2013By

Answer a GNSS Trivia Question and Get in on the Musical Action Got the urge to sling notes likes a Nashville country star? Come by GPS World’s booth (#116–#118) at ION GNSS+ for a look at the brand-new Fender Telecaster electric guitar — first prize in a random drawing of correct answers in a GNSS Trivia Contest. One lucky winner... read more

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