Articles in the Interviews Category

Feb 2019 | No Comment

Patrick O’Connor

Australia-Pacific Regional Sales Director, Carlson Software

Would you like to explain the key features of Carlson NR3 GNSS receiver?
The key features of the Carlson NR3 GNSS receiver is its high quality and proven GNSS board-set, its super lightweight design making it a perfect candidate to operate on GSM mobile networks, with its removable, hot …

Jan 2019 | No Comment

Says Prof Bradford Parkinson, Chief Architect for GPS and PNT Advisory Board 1st
Vice Chair while discussing the Ligado proposal. He shares his views on the wide
range of issues related to GNSS in an interview with Coordinates magazine

Dec 2018 | No Comment

LabSat 3 Wideband is an RF signal record and replay system with three independently tuneable wideband channels…

Oct 2018 | No Comment

For the benefit of our readers please take us briefly through the journey of Hemisphere GNSS and role of its principal owner Unistrong.

Sep 2018 | No Comment

Prof. Dr. Guenter W. Hein

Former Head of EGNOS and GNSS Evolution Programme Department (until end of 2014) of the European Space Agency (ESA). Before he has been the Director of the Institute of Geodesy and Navigation of the University FAF Munich. Prof. Hein has more than 300 scientific and technical papers published, carried out at …

Aug 2018 | No Comment

 

Stuart Woods

Vice President, Geospatial Content Solutions Division, Leica Geosystems AG.

How is Leica Pegasus: Two Ultimate different from its earlier version Leica Pegasus: Two?
The Leica Pegasus:Two Ultimate is an upgrade to the Pegasus:Two, Leica Geosystem’s trusted mobile mapping platform. With a focus on imaginary, it removes the need for multiple-camera stitching by incorporating a single …

Jul 2018 | No Comment

This is a world of multi-GNSS systems. What advantages do you see about this scenario?

Apr 2018 | No Comment

Despite the technology being employed in countries around the world, including the United States, Europe, China, Russia, India and Japan, a SBAS has not been previously used or tested in Australia…

Apr 2018 | No Comment

FIG was founded on July 18 1878 in Paris by delegates from seven national associations – Belgium, France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, Spain and Switzerland. Today FIG has been recognized by the United Nations and the World Bank…

Feb 2018 | No Comment

Takeyasu SAKAI

Principal Researcher, Navigation Systems Department, Electronic Navigation Research Institute, National Institute of Maritime, Port and Aviation Technology, Japan while sharing the status and prospects of QZSS and MSAS programmes

Please update us with the status of QZSS.
Following QZS-1 launched in 2010, additional three satellites has been launched in 2017 to complete the initial constellation of …