A step-change technology and new business model
GNSS has recently been endorsed as one of the “Game Changer” innovations helping improve the competitivity of the European Railways Train Management System. Backed by more than a decade of studies and technology developments, these authors review the main economical implications behind this unprecedented program together with the benefits for using a public telecom network and the challenges at system level.
An Inside GNSS Interview with Miguel Manteiga Bautista
ESA Insider: The ESA’s head of GNSS Galileo Evolutions Program and Strategy Division talks about Galileo success, flexibility, and he also takes a look ahead.
The prospects for GPS are better than ever ... maybe.
It’s an increasingly hard-power world, but successfully addressing global problems necessarily requires soft as well as hard solutions.
It just wouldn’t seem like a Galileo New Year without a setback to report, but guess what, no setbacks to report. So, for anyone expecting rancor and excuse-making, the Annual Conference on European Space Policy in January was a bit of a let-down.
GNSS & the Law
Precise time is crucial to a great variety of economic activities around the world. Here, the authors will show how the time obtained from GNSS satellite signals is related to the international time scale, UTC, and explain how GNSS receivers can be used to ensure that they are operating correctly, as reliable and traceable sources of time.
of the Galileo E1 PRS
Code/subcarrier divergence in high order BOC signals is investigated on the Galileo E1 PRS signal. The authors introduce “codeless code tracking” as a potential means for future quality monitoring or as the basis for a high-accuracy PRS-based anti-spoofing mechanism.
The Antarctic Oasis, finding power in Iceland, Australia on the move and where's the beef?