Articles in the News Archives Category

Apr 2018 | No Comment

Fifth launch brings AireonSM Global Air Traffic Surveillance System
Aireon has announced the fifth successful launch and deployment of its space-based Automatic Dependent Surveillance- Broadcast (ADS-B) payloads, hosted by the Iridium® NEXT satellite constellation. When the Aireon payloads from the fifth launch come online, the system will have nearly global coverage with 15-minute or better …

Apr 2018 | No Comment

Discover more with new Ordnance Survey GPS Devices
Ordnance Survey (OS) has announced the launch of four new off-road OS GPS navigation devices for walking, hiking and off-road cycling. The innovative GPS units are a first for OS, and have been designed for ease-ofuse straight out of the box. They boast the trusted accuracy that …

Apr 2018 | No Comment

senseFly’s eMotion 3.5
senseFly has released eMotion 3.5, which includes a raft of new features and functionality, all designed to make the working lives, and workflows, of geospatial professionals simpler and more efficient.
eMotion 3.5 has added Beta-level language support for Simplified Chinese and Spanish,Agisoft PhotoScan integration, Smart mission resume and Live air traffic data. …

Apr 2018 | No Comment

KYMCO launches Noodoe Navigation
KYMCO has launched Noodoe Navigation, a revolutionary navigation experience designed from the ground up for riders. It pioneers a ROADFOCUSED NAVIGATION concept.
It is a completely new rider-centric approach in the navigation industry. Instead of continuously telling riders how many meters until the next turnand requiring them to stare at the …

Apr 2018 | No Comment

Airborne to manufacture solar array panels for Galileo satellites
Airborne Aerospace has announced on March 22 it has been awarded a contract by Airbus Defence and Space Netherlands (Airbus DS NL, Ottobrunn, Germany) to manufacture 48 substrate panels, which consist of highperformance carbon composite materials, for the solar arrays of 12 new Galileo FOC satellites. …

Apr 2018 | No Comment

India and France agree to enhance cooperation in space technology
India and France issued a Joint Vision for Space Cooperation, during the recent visit of French President, Mr Emmanuel Macron, to India.
The vision lists specific areas for future cooperation between the Indian and French space agencies, ISRO (Indian Space Research Organistion) and CNES (Centre …

Mar 2018 | No Comment

French Space Agency claims 100 million users for Galileo navigation system
The Galileo satellite navigation system has about 100 million users after its first year of operation, as per the French Space Agency CNES. The system, which is highly crucial to Europe, went operational in December 2016. It took 17 long years to be ready …

Mar 2018 | No Comment

SBG Systems’ Ellipse 2 Micro Series Inertial Sensors
The Ellipse 2 Micro Series from SBG Systems is a new product range reducing size and cost of high performance inertial sensors for volume projects. The Ellipse 2 Micro Series is available as an inertial measurement unit (IMU), or as an Attitude & Heading Reference System (AHRS) …

Mar 2018 | No Comment

Real-Time Mapping by DroneDeploy
DroneDeploy released Live Map, calling it a first-of-its-kind feature that allows any drone operator to create real-time maps in the field with their iOS device. Users plan a flight, take off, and see maps render on-screen during flight, without the need for internet or cell connection.
Users no longer need to …

Mar 2018 | No Comment

PoLTE collaborates with Sequans
PoLTE Corporation has announced a new initiative with Sequans Communications whereby the two companies will prototype a joint solution integrating PoLTE positioning technology into Sequans’ Monarch LTE Platform, enabling ultra low-power, highlyaccurate indoor and outdoor positioning capability for LTE for IoT devices. This solution is based on off-loading small amounts of …