2019 Munich Satellite Navigation Summit to cover Galileo PRS

January 25, 2019  - By
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The 2019 Munich Satellite Navigation Summit, which will take place March 25-27 in Munich, Germany, will offer a number of educational sessions to attendees.

One of the sessions will key in on the future use of the Galileo public regulated service (PRS). According to show organizers, this session will discuss the deployment of the Galileo ground- and space-segment — including the PRS relevant components — which will reach full operational capability in the next years. The session will also cover PRS-receiver developments and PRS testing.

Other sessions offered by the conference will include legal aspects on selected topics in the field of GNSS; augmented reality meets high-accuracy positioning; GNSS program updates; satellite and terrestrial navigation trends; and more.

According to organizers, the Summit is part of the efforts of the Bavarian government and the cluster on aerospace and satellite navigation to stimulate applications and services in this high-tech field.


Featured photo: European GNSS Agency

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