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New Builds • August 14, 2017

PCTEL Launches Multi-Band LTE/Wi-Fi/GNSS Antenna with Sub-Inch Profile

PCTEL, Inc., a Bloomingdale, Illinois-based manufacturer of Performance Critical TELecom solutions, announced today (August 14, 2017) its new multi-band LTE/Wi-Fi/GNSS antenna with a sub-inch profile. The antenna combines PCTEL's high rejection multi-GNSS technology for precision timing and location tracking with high performance multi-band data connectivity, according to the company. The antenna is also designed to be rugged and easy to install, making it ideal for covert public safety operations, precision agriculture, and the Industrial internet of things (IoT).

Inside GNSS • July/August 2017

GSA's GNSS Opinion Leaders

Carlo Bagnoli is Director of Infotainment BU System and Applications at STMicroelectronics. The company is a global semiconductor leader focusing on smart driving and the internet of things, creating intelligent and energy-efficient products that enable intelligent transport as well as smarter factories, cities and homes.

Within the infotainment business unit, Bagnoli and his team work to develop positioning receivers, broadcast receivers and communication processors for the automotive market. Doing so means gathering GNSS signals from far and wide.

Inside GNSS • July/August 2017

GNSS Hotspots

1. Sweet Wheels
Maringa, Brazil

√ The latest self-steering Volvo truck innovates the way Brazilian farmers handle their crops. The Swedish manufacturing company is on a mission to revolutionize the Brazilian sugarcane industry by providing a smart and crop-friendly solution.

New Builds • August 3, 2017

Harxon Introduces All-Constellation GNSS Antenna for Surveying and Mapping

Harxon Corporation has released the all-constellation GNSS antenna GPS1000, receiving GPS L1/L2/L5, BeiDou B1/B2/B3, GLONASS L1/L2, Galileo E1/E2/E5a/E5b, and L-band signals.

October 9, 2017 - October 11, 2017
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New Builds • August 1, 2017

Polynesian Exploration Launches Integrated Navigation System

Polynesian Exploration Inc., a San Jose, California navigation startup, has launched its high-accuracy navigation solution for demanding applications such as autonomous driving and UAVs.

The POLYNAV 2000 is designed to deliver high accuracy position, velocity and attitude whether the platform is static or moving. The solution features multiple satellite constellations (GPS/GLONASS/BeiDou/Galileo), multiple frequencies real time kinematic (RTK) L1 & L2, multi-antenna signal processing, tactical grade sensors, and high dynamic tolerance.

Ventures • July 28, 2017

NovAtel Technology, AutonomouStuff Featured in Baidu Apollo Project

At the Baidu Create conference in Beijing earlier this month, Baidu announced NovAtel’s partner, AutonomouStuff, as a member of their Autonomous Driving ecosystem — Project Apollo.

July 28, 2017

GSA: India a High-Tech Partner for European GNSS

With a strong global economy and evolving ambitions to play a bigger role in space systems and GNSS capabilities, India and the India Space Research Organization (ISRO) have indeed become a bigger player after several technological advances in recent months.

Inside GNSS • July/August 2017

Answering the Call for a GNSS Back-up

A government report commissioned by Innovate UK, along with the UK Space Agency and the Royal Institute of Navigation, entitled “Economic impact to the UK of a disruption to GNSS”, comes in the wake of troubling incidents for GNSS operators, both the United States and Europe.

Last year a problem with the GPS satellite timing signal triggered alarms and caused an unknown number of outages, and in Europe earlier this year the fledgling Galileo signal crashed due to unspecified ground facility issues.

New Builds • July 26, 2017

NovAtel Releases OEM7 7.03.00 Firmware Version for New and Enhanced Features

NovAtel’s 7.03.00 firmware is now available on all OEM7 receivers. The OEM7700, OEM719 and OEM729 can be updated to the 7.03.00 firmware which supports new features like the SPAN Land Vehicle technology, direct Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) connections and tracking of the NavIC Indian regional satellite system on the L5 frequency.

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