Articles in the My News Category

Dec 2013 | No Comment

NovAtel Inc has launched NovAtel CORRECT positioning technology. It optimally combines data from multiple GNSS satellite constellations with corrections from a variety of sources, to deliver the best position solution possible…

Sep 2013 | Comments Off on Resilient PNT – Making way through rough waters

The Accessibility for Shipping, Efficiency Advantages and Sustainability (ACCSEAS) project will be considering several means of obtaining alternative PNT information

P Williams

Principal Development Engineer, Research and Radionavigation Directorate, General Lighthouse Authorities of the United Kingdom and Ireland

A Grant

Principal Development Engineer, Research and Radionavigation Directorate, General Lighthouse Authorities of the United Kingdom and Ireland

C Hargreaves

Research and Development …

Jun 2013 | No Comment

Vol. IX, Issue 6, June 2013



Tracking the prey rather than the predator with GNSS

Dr Volker Janssen

Integrating surveying methodologies to provide specific solutions

Donatella Dominici, Elisa Rosciano, Michail Elaiopoulos

Improving land administration systems in developing countries

Jouni Johannes Anttonen

Geodynamical study of the territory of Balkan peninsula from GPS solutions

Keranka Vassileva

A hybrid GIS space syntax …

May 2013 | No Comment


Jamming backups?
The Survey of India complains
South Korea faces the heat.
Where GNSS signals are jammed more than often.
Even US Army would want to limit its dependence on GPS.
The vulnerability of GNSS is increasingly being felt
With increasing dependence on GNSS
Especially on application areas where consequences could be far reaching.
Though endeavors are being made
To make GNSS more robust
Still, …

Dec 2012 | No Comment

Amongst GNSS receiver design criteria such as accuracy, sensitivity, channels etc., the Time To First Fix (TTFF) is an important criterion, which defines how fast a navigation solution is available to the user since receiver power on.

Nov 2012 | No Comment

An upset Tokyo has lodged a protest with New Delhiagainst the Survey of India not indicating ‘Sea of Japan’ on its maps by that name. India’s official map-making agency, the Survey of India has omitted naming the water body in its English version, though the Hindione calls the area ‘Japan Sagar’ on its maps. A marginal sea of the western Pacific Ocean, lying between the Asian mainland, the Japanese archipelago and Sakhalin, it is bordered by Japan, North Korea, Russia and South Korea.

May 2012 | No Comment

I was having breakfast at Warren College, Sydney last November when Claus-Sebastian Wilkens from Institute of Aerospace Systems, Germany asked me if I was aware of ‘geocaches’. Geocaches – what? I expressed my ignorance. He explained that Geocaching is a realworld outdoor treasure hunting game. Players try to locate hidden containers, called geocaches, using GPS-enabled devices and then share their experiences online (

Apr 2012 | No Comment

The Galileo Drawing Competition took place in each of the 27 European Union Member States throughout 2011. Children born between 2000 and 2012 in each of these countries were encouraged to take part. Each child was required to submit a piece of artwork based on the theme “Space and Aeronautics”.

Apr 2012 | No Comment

Designed for real outdoor conditions, LT30 combines superb brightness and crisp 3.7″ full VGA sunlight readable display, all day battery life and a high-sensitivity 20-channel GPS receiver to capture data wherever you need.

Apr 2012 | No Comment

Voxeo’s cloud-based solution works with all major wireless carriers nationwide, which makes the service available to 350 million mobile devices (90 percent of U.S. consumers). In addition to store locators and other applications that typically require location information, companies can use LBS to deliver location-based marketing offers and location-based advertising, track mobile workforces and identify fraud.