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About Ivan Smolyakov

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Ivan Smolyakov is a Ph.D. student in the Department of Geodesy and Geomatics Engineering at the University of New Brunswick (UNB) under the supervision of Richard B. Langley. His research efforts are concentrated on single-frequency precise point positioning challenges.

Posts by Ivan Smolyakov

Mapping method provides parking data for urban navigation Posted on 12 Feb 2019 in the Featured Stories & From the Magazine & Mapping categories.

A new map method opens up parking continuous-environment mapping for enhanced low-cost urban navigation. Collectively recorded context data by many identical platforms gather similar sensor readings when operating in a given area.... Read more»

Innovation: Low-cost single-frequency positioning in urban environments Posted on 09 May 2018 in the Featured Stories & Innovation categories.

Making It Better
Real-world tests show improved single-frequency GNSS positioning in urban environments using GLONASS alongside GPS, as well as the effect of different antennas and adaptive weighting of observations. Results? Single-frequency accuracies below one meter. Read more»