In North Africa and the Middle East
The EU’s MEDUSA project is helping the countries of the Euromed region to exploit EGNOS services.
Still Not a Thing, Part 1: Do You Know Where Your Airplane Is?
Thirty years after GPS was made available for civil aviation we still
have not reached the Promised Land of mandatory, real-time tracking of
airliners over the oceans.
GNSS Vulnerability Drives Proposal
As things stand in Europe eLoran will cease to exist after the 31st of
December because the French and the Norwegians will switch off their
Salvatore Gaglione answers the question with Mark Petovello
Not Another PPP . . . Honest
The GSOP ITT does not look like the old PPP fiasco — it is a very
important, maybe the last, chance for Europe to get serious. About
Building on previous research efforts, the authors present a novel technique to improve ionospheric modeling using various configurations of GPS and Galileo signals in the E5 band.
The slope of the ocean, an economy on warp speed, the education of New York cabbies, unearthing a piece of GPS history
Higher Accuracy, Lower Cost
Improvements in technology, services, and equipment design has meant that more is less when it comes to GNSS-aided agriculture.