April 1, 2012
20 regions in Europe, Brazil, the Middle East and North Africa
March 20, 2012
Whenever the annual Munich Satellite Navigation Summit came around, some GNSS program was usually in the ascendant, while others had reversed direction or found themselves treading water. This year, perhaps for the first time, all four major providers had reason to celebrate as the event’s organizers cut the cake at their 10th birthday party.
Events • March 20, 2012
The British Royal Institute of Navigation has given prospective authors a May 4 deadline for abstracts for its annual conference, NAV12. The theme this year is "GNSS and Beyond."
Authors have a broad choice of navigation and technology topics from GNSS, eLoran and integrated systems technology to satellite navigation vulnerabilities to jamming and space weather to low-cost consumer apps design.
Events • March 7, 2012
Join the 250 other technical presenters at this year's Institute of Navigation GNSS conference and submit your abstract by Friday, March 9.
The U.S. Institute of Navigation sponsors the world's oldest and largest conference on global navigation satellite systems. ION GNSS 2012 will take place next September 17 through 21 at the Nashville Convention Center in Tennessee. Tutorials and the CGSIC meeting will take place on September 17 and 18.
March 13, 2012
New Builds • February 23, 2012
IFEN, the Poing, Germany–based manufacturer of GNSS navigation products and services, working in partnership with WORK Microwave, have announced an enhanced version of IFEN’s NavX-NCS Professional, a multi-frequency GNSS simulator.
Optimized for research and development of GNSS safety and professional applications, the enhanced version of the NavX-NCS Professional incorporate the following key features:
March 12, 2012
Septentrio and QinetiQ have reported the world’s first successful reception on February 14 of the encrypted Galileo Public Regulated Service (PRS) signal from the Galileo in-orbit validation (IOV) satellites launched in October 2011.
Inside GNSS • January/February 2012
GNSS and inertial technologies have a complicated mutual history.
Once competitors for navigation and positioning applications, they now appear ever more frequently in complementary roles — often within the same solution or system design.
February 22, 2012
Teddington (Greater London), UK
June 12, 2012 - June 15, 2012
Colorado Springs, Colorado USA