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The Business — July 2015

July 1, 2015By

The Business section from the July 2015 issue. Download the PDF. Includes: JAVAD GNSS Launches Remote Assistance and Monitoring Services Hemisphere GNSS Debuts Atlas GNSS Correction Service OriginGPS Unveils Multi-GNSS Module with Antenna NovAtel G-III Reference Receiver Technology Chosen for QZSS Briefs Events read more

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SPAN GNSS/INS Now Available on NovAtel’s SAASM Receivers

June 25, 2015By
NovAtel's OEM625S GNSS board.

NovAtel’s SPAN GNSS/INS technology is now available on the company’s OEM625S dual-frequency SAASM GPS plus civil RTK receiver. The addition of SPAN offers system developers with SAASM requirements the benefit of continuously available 3D positioning, velocity and attitude (roll, pitch, yaw) for their U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) applications. Authorized defense customers need access to the Precise Positioning Service (PPS) for... read more

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NovAtel G-III Reference Receiver Technology Chosen for QZSS

June 17, 2015By
The NovAtel G-III receiver.

NovAtel Inc. has entered an agreement with NEC Corporation to supply reference receiver products for use in the Quazi-Zenith Satellite System (QZSS). QZSS is Japan’s regional satellite-based augmentation system. The NovAtel receivers to be used by QZSS are based on the company’s third-generation (G-III) family of reference receivers. Designed for integrity monitoring and reference measurement applications, the receivers track signals independently... read more

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NovAtel Offers Marine Antenna that Blocks Inmarsat Interference

May 26, 2015By
GPS-713 pinwheel antenna.

NovAtel Inc. has introduced the GPS-713 pinwheel antenna, available in two configurations: the standard GPS-713-GGG-N and the L-Band capable GPS-713-GGGL-N.  Both antennas provide enhanced Inmarsat interference rejection, allowing tracking of GNSS signals in the presence of high-powered Inmarsat transmitters typically found on marine vessels. The antennas receive GPS L1, L2, L5; GLONASS L1, L2, L3; BeiDou B1, B2; and Galileo E1, E5a/b... read more

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UAV Product Showcase

May 7, 2015By
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Featuring the latest in UAVs from QuestUAV, NovAtel, Riegl, Sensefly, and C-Astral, from GPS World magazine's May issue. read more

NovAtel Showcases FlexPak6, FlexPak-S Receivers

May 4, 2015By

At Unmanned Systems 2015, held May 4-7 in Atlanta, NovAtel’s Peter Soar talks about the company’s FlexPak6 receiver that houses its OEM628 triple-frequency plus L-Band GNSS receiver board. It has a highly configurable interface to ensure precise positioning for UAV (unmanned aerial vehicle) applications. Soar explains that its “sister unit,” the FlexPak-S, contains a real time kinematic (RTK) GPS receiver... read more

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NovAtel Talks GPS Anti-Jam Technology for Use in UAVs

May 4, 2015By

NovAtel’s Peter Soar shares on the company’s GAJT (“Gadget”), a single unit GPS anti-jam antenna for use in UAVs (unmanned aerial vehicles). GAJT nullifies jammers, ensuring satellite signals necessary to compute position and time are always available. GAJT may integrate into unmanned vehicle platforms or can be retrofitted with GPS receivers and vehicle navigation systems on military fleets. read more

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Expert Advice: Sensor Fusion for Highly Automated Driving

May 1, 2015By
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High-Precision GNSS Needs Help for Continuous Localization Reliability By Siamak Akhlaghi Automotive safety and comfort functions, known as Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS), have become an essential part of modern vehicles. These functions assist drivers in the driving process, providing capabilities such as adaptive cruise control or highway driving mode. To achieve a desired level of performance, the position of the... read more