Articles in the GNSS Category

Feb 2024 | No Comment

For the geospatial and navigation professionals, all future flight approach and departure corridors designs will require detailed 3D modelling and navigation vulnerability assessments before final flight certification

Graeme Hooper

Managing Director GPSat Systems

The Paris 2024 Olympics is evolving as the first mainstream event to showcase the broad-scale usage of crewed Advanced Air Mobility …

Feb 2024 | No Comment

Once it is more widely adopted, we anticipate that various industry professionals will discover additional use cases where Galileo HAS can fill a crucial gap left by SBAS and RTK

Jean-Yves

Lauture, CTO, Eos Positioning Systems

The new year holds great promise for GIS users who utilize global navigation satellite systems (GNSS) …

Feb 2024 | No Comment

Coordinates starts a regular column on the accuracy assessment of satellite orbits and atomic clocks on board of all GNSS constellations (GPS, Galileo, Glonass, Beidou, QZSS and IRNSS)

Narayan Dhital

is actively involved to support international collaboration in GNSS-related activities. He has regularly supported and contributed to different workshops of the International Committee on GNSS (ICG), and …

Jan 2024 | No Comment

This paper presents results from data collection campaigns using the CAMALIOT mobile app.

Linda See

Novel Data Ecosystems for Sustainability Research Group, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA), Laxenburg, Austria

Benedikt Soja

Institute of Geodesy and Photogrammetry, ETH Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland

Grzegorz Kłopotek

Institute of Geodesy and Photogrammetry, ETH Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland

Tobias Sturn

Novel Data Ecosystems for Sustainability Research Group, International …

Dec 2023 | No Comment

This paper provides a brief history of the RINEX format, presents examples of recent RINEX format versions and discusses the editing of RINEX observation files.

Dr Volker Janssen

Senior Technical Surveyor in the Geodetic Operations team at DCS Spatial Services, NSW Department of Customer Service, in Bathurst, Australia.

The Receiver Independent Exchange (RINEX) format is the international standard …

Nov 2023 | No Comment

In this study, an extreme value analysis is condcuted of the daily average relativistic electron flux in GPS orbit as a function of position and energy using data from the US NS41 satellite from 10 December 2000 to 25 July 2020

Nigel P. Meredith

British Antarctic Survey, Natural Environment Research Council, Cambridge, United Kingdom

Thomas E. Cayton

Santa Fe, …

Oct 2023 | No Comment

In this article, the results obtained assessing the Galileo HAS performance at high latitudes in a period of intense ionospheric activity during the ongoing 25th solar cycle are presented

Melania Susi

Ph.D. in Engineering Surveying and Space Geodesy from the University of Nottingham, UK, where she was also a Marie Curie fellow. After being a scientific technical …

Sep 2023 | No Comment

This work illustrates implementation using the simple architecture of a star tracker camera. Known as CROSS, the technology is a new navigation tool in development by the University of Sydney

Joshua J.R. Critchley-Marrows

The University of Sydney, Sydney NSW 2006, Australia

Xiaofeng Wu

The University of Sydney, Sydney NSW 2006, Australia

Iver H. Cairns

The University of Sydney, Sydney NSW 2006, …

Sep 2023 | No Comment

The study provides an assessment of GAGAN services for APV-I and APVII over the Indian territory. Satellite error bounds and ionospheric error bounds are analyzed as the main contributing integrity parameters.

Narayan Dhital

Actively involved to support international collaboration in GNSSrelated activities. He has mainly supported and contributed to different workshops of the International Committee on GNSS …

Sep 2023 | No Comment

A traditional perception of a black-box GNSS receiver served for the GNSS PNT has dramatically evolved into a completely novel concept of distributed GNSS Positioning-as-a-Service, utilising the latest developments in computer science, mathematics, and statisticsA traditional perception of a black-box GNSS receiver served for the GNSS PNT has dramatically evolved into a completely novel concept …