Articles in the Interviews Category

Jan 2020 | One Comment

Professor David Last died suddenly in a light aircraft crash near Puffin Island off the coast of Anglesey on 25th November 2019.

Nov 2019 | No Comment

Professor Peter Teunissen

shares his views on a wide range of subjects related to GNSS

Professor Peter Teunissen has recently received Johannes Kepler Award from ION for his influential and groundbreaking contributions to the algorithmic foundations of satellite navigation and sustained dedication to the global education of next generation of navigation engineers ( awards/2019- Kepler.cfm ). He …

Sep 2019 | No Comment

Professor David Last

Consultant Engineer and Expert Witness specialising in Radio Navigati on and Communicati ons Systems. He is a Professor Emeritus at the University of Bangor, Wales and Past-President of the Royal Insti tute of Navigati on

In July this year, Galileo suff ered a week-long outage? How do you regard this ‘technical incident’?
Outages can happen. …

Sep 2019 | No Comment

Chris Rizos

Chris Rizos is an Emeritus Professor in the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering and a co-director of the Satellite Navigation and Positioning (SNAP) Lab at UNSW. Chris is president-elect of the International Union of Geodesy & Geophysics (IUGG).

Professor Rizos’ early fascination with old maps and Australia’s exploring pioneers sparked his own exploration of …

Sep 2019 | No Comment

Matteo Sgrenzaroli

co-founder and the person responsible for research and development at Gexcel srl.

Gexcel started with the mission to turn the latest scientific achievements in the field of geomatics into hitech products and services for wide areas of application. How far have you been able to achieve your mission?
We can say that we achieved our mission …

May 2019 | No Comment

says Demetrios Matsakis, Chief Scientist for Time Services at the US Naval Observatory (USNO) in an interview with Coordinates magazine. He shares his views on the range of issues related to timing and importance of satellite clock

Demetrios Matsakis

Chief Scientist for Time Services at the US Naval Observatory (USNO) since 2013. He received his undergraduate degree …

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.