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M-code compatible navigation system by Collins Aerospace

Collins Aerospace has introduced NavHub™-200M, the first non-ITAR vehicular navigation system for the international market compatible with Military Code (M-Code) receiver technology.It provides Assured Positioning, Navigation and Timing (APNT) capabilities while improving overall resistance to existing and emerging threats to GPS, such as jamming and spoofing.

Small SWaP Time-space navigation information system

The Curtiss-Wright Corp. Defense Solutions division in Ashburn, Va., is introducing the MiTSPI nTTU-2600 miniature network tactical time-space position information system. It provides positional information for location and orientation in space to capture critical data that involves navigation, inertial measurement unit (IMU), and GPS information.

Fixposition releases the Vision-RTK 2

Fixposition has announced a centimeterlevel positioning sensor, the Vision-RTK 2. The low-power and compact, industrialgrade device is ideal for autonomous delivery and logistics vehicles, agriculture, mowing and landscaping machines, as well as any other application where precise, uninterrupted positioning must always be available everywhere.

Trimble GNSS receiver module designed for industrial autonomy applications

Trimble’s BD9250 dual-frequency OEM GNSS receiver module supports the Trimble RTX correction services. The receiver is designed to deliver highaccuracy positioning for a range of high volume; autonomous-ready applications. It is a compact receiver with an industrystandard form factor and pinout, allowing for easy system integration and configuration. Equipped with Trimble’s advanced ProPoint positioning engine, it delivers robust and accurate positioning. It is compatible with Trimble RTX correction services or RTK and supports all major GNSS constellations, including GPS, Galileo, GLONASS, BeiDou, QZSS and NavIC.

Grab to be fully powered by its own mapping technology

Grab Holdings Limited has launched GrabMaps, a new enterprise service that will allow the company to tap into the US$1 billion market opportunity in Southeast Asia per year for mapping and location-based services. It was created to address Grab’s need for a more hyperlocal solution to power its services.

M-Code GPS receiver with precision strike capabilities in contested environments

BAE Systems has unveiled its newest advanced M-Code GPS receiver for guided weapons and other small applications, enabling precise geolocation and strike capabilities in highly contested battlespaces. The Strategic Anti-jam Beamforming Receiver – M-Code (SABR-M) delivers accurate position, velocity, altitude, and timing data, as well as strong protection against GPS signal jamming and.

Ricoh announces secondgeneration GPS unit

Ricoh Imaging Americas Corporation has announced the PENTAX O-GPS2, a versatile GPS unit designed for use with PENTAX digital SLR cameras that makes it easy to capture stellar images of the night sky. It provides more reliable and higher-precision positioning data gathered from GPS, QZSS,GLONASS and Galileo. It records the latitude, longitude, altitude, universal time coordinated and direction of shooting location onto captured images.

Edge 1040 Solar by Garmin

Garmin® International, Inc announced the Edge® 1040 Solar. Harnessing the power of the sun, it features a Power Glass™ solar charging lens, giving cyclists even more ride time between charges – up to 100 hours in battery saver mode – while multiband GNSS technology provides more accurate GPS positioning in challenging ride environments, such as dense urban areas or under deep tree cover.

Harxon new GNSS zntenna HX-CSX633A released

Harxon has recently launched a high-precision GNSS antenna HXCSX633A with brand new design. The structure has been highly upgraded for more durable use and more flexible installations. This ruggedized antenna is enclosed in a durable, IP67 waterproof housing and meets MIL-STD-810-H for vibration and shock, increasing robustness for use under high vibration conditions.

Thales Alenia Space TAKES new steps in satellite navigation programs

Thales Alenia Space, joint venture between Thales (67%) and Leonardo (33%), has signed a new contract with the EU Agency for the Space Programme (EUSPA) to develop, qualify and deploy the new European Geostationary Navigation Overlay Service (EGNOS) version.

Thales Alenia Space will provide EUSPA and the EU Navigation community with a new version of EGNOS (V243), whose operations will be secured by a new state-ofthe art Navigation Land Earth Station technology developed by Thales Alenia Space – NLES-G3. The NLES transmits the EGNOS message containing all accuracy & integrity corrections to the Geostationary satellites for broadcast to users as aviation operators. Thales Alenia Space NLES-G3 will be integrated with a new geostationary satellite “GEO3” which will enhance the EGNOS system and its end-to-end performance.

Telit SE873K5 GNSS receiver

Telit has announced the release of the SE873K5, the latest addition to its SE873 family of modules and the natural migration path from SE873 and SE873Q5. Based on AG3335 series from Airoha, the SE873K5 is a new multiconstellation receiver in the ultra-high L1 frequency band, with a 7x7x2.25 mm QFN-like semiconductor package including embedded SPI flash, RTC and TCXO. It simultaneously tracks and navigates all four GNSS constellations — GPS, Galileo, GLONASS and Beidou — providing GNSS information over a UART, I2C or SPI interface serial port using the NMEA Protocol.

Single-band GNSS positioning module LC76G by Quectel

Quectel Wireless Solutions has released its LC76G module, a single-band compact GNSS module featuring fast and accurate location performance as well as ultra-low power consumption. Based on the Airoha AG3352 platform, the LC76G can concurrently receive and process signals from all constellations (GPS, GLONASS, BeiDou, Galileo and QZSS).

AgEagle reports backlogged sales of $2 million

AgEagle Aerial Systems Inc. has reported that steps taken to increase supply due to significant demand for its new MicaSense Altum-PT and RedEdge-P sensors, and its legacy RedEdge-MX sensors, will enable the Company to ship more than $2 million in backlogged purchase orders in the third quarter, ending September 30, 2022.

NovAtel SMART7 GNSS receiver in JCB Fastrac iCON

JCB launched their new Fastrac iCON tractor to the public. It features NovAtel’s SMART7 GNSS receiver and optional TerraStar Correction Services driving the iCONNECT precision technology package and offering operators an easyto- use customisable experience. With the availability of TerraStar Correction Services, operators can have the highest accuracy and year-over-year repeatability globally.

Mapping and surveying solution by Drone Nerds

Drone Nerds has announced its latest mapping solution for enterprise customers, the viDoc RTK Rover. Created by Pix4D, the viDoc RTK Rover is a handheld ground photogrammetry solution designed to facilitate mapping and surveying with 3D scanning. The viDoc RTK can connect to any NTRIP (Network Transport of RTCM via Internet Protocol) service of choice, allowing users to walk areas of interest and acquire high-precision positional data for individual images.

OriginGPS’ new product

OriginGPS offers a broad range of high-efficiency solutions; traditional miniature GNSS modules and cellular IoT systems and devices to dramatically shorten time to market. The ORG4572- MK05, a new miniature GNSS module, is the smallest Flash-based module of its kind and today has a lead time of just 12 weeks!

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