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Surveying the innovation of GPSIA members

By  - Posted on 06 Jun 2022 in From the Magazine & Opinions.

In the decades since the U.S. GPS became fully operational, GPS has become a highly innovative, successful and increasingly ubiquitous technology critical to applications and services touching the lives of... Read more»

Preparing for the Next Generation: The Multi-GNSS Asia Demonstration Campaign

By  - Posted on 01 Dec 2011 in Opinions.

A dramatic increase over the next five years to roughly 100 GNSS satellites in the skies over Asia and Oceania makes that region the fastest growing area in GNSS. The Multi-GNSS Asia (MGA) initiative, a cooperative international demonstration campaign, seeks to take full advantage of this scientific and technical windfall, gaining early experience with the new signals and services of multi-constellation GNSS. Read more»

Survey Perspectives – Late February 2008

By  - Posted on 21 Feb 2008 in Opinions & Survey.

With nearly 60 GPS engineers and scientists, the Jet Propulsion Lab (JPL) is one of the biggest GPS R&D centers in the world today. It operates as a division of the California Institute of Technology (Caltech), which manages the lab for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). Read more»

First South Korea government drone project completed with SimActive

By  - Posted on 17 Sep 2018 in Latest News & Mapping & UAV/UGV.

SimActive Inc., a developer of photogrammetry software, has enabled the first government drone mapping project in South Korea. Asia Aero Survey (AAS), a SimActive regional partner, used Correlator3D for the... Read more»

Launchpad: Mobile mapping, timing modules and UAVs

By  - Posted on 17 Jul 2023 in Featured Stories & From the Magazine & Latest News & Mapping & Product Showcase & Survey & Timing & UAV/UGV.

A roundup of recent products in the GNSS and inertial positioning industry from the July 2023 issue of GPS World magazine. Read more»

Toughen GPS to resist jamming and spoofing

By  - Posted on 31 Mar 2022 in Featured Stories & From the Magazine & Latest News.

By Bradford W. Parkinson Aeronautics and Astronautics Professor Emeritus (recalled) Stanford University We, of the PNT universe, have been hearing a rather continual message of doom from the media regarding... Read more»

High-rate RTK: Helpful or hypeful?

By  - Posted on 13 Jan 2022 in Featured Stories & Opinions & Survey.

Approaches to providing real-time kinematic (RTK) solutions at high rates have existed in various forms for decades, providing value for high precision applications. This technique is nearly universally adopted in... Read more»

Report: GNSS simulators market to be worth $165M by 2025

By  - Posted on 08 Feb 2021 in GNSS & Latest News.

According to a new research report, “GNSS Simulators Market by Component Type (Single Channel and Multichannel), GNSS Receiver (GPS, Galileo, GLONASS and BeiDou), Application (Vehicle Assistance Systems, Location-based Services and... Read more»