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About Tim Reynolds

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Tim Reynolds is director of Inta Communication Ltd. and a long-term Brussels observer writing on many aspects of European government policy and implementation for a range of clients and publications. He is the contributing editor for GPS World’s new quarterly e-newsletter, EAGER: the European GNSS and Earth Observation Report.

Posts by Tim Reynolds

Intergeo 2016 is buzzing Posted on 12 Oct 2016 in the GNSS & Latest News & Opinions & UAV/UVG categories.

Yes, there are drones everywhere. Drones of every size from mini electronic insects to a rather nice Zeppelin remake that is cruising around Hall 4 at the Hamburg Messe. Will... Read more»

Galileo Initial Services looming Posted on 26 Sep 2016 in the Defense & GNSS & Opinions categories.

With Galileo Initial Services at last on the horizon and a quadruple satellite launch scheduled for November, here’s hoping that Europe’s GNSS constellation will be delivering limited, but reliable, global... Read more»

NDGPS loses interior, keeps coast Posted on 25 Jul 2016 in the From the Magazine & GNSS categories.

Heartland Corrections Services Now Commercial or WAAS-only The U.S. Coast Guard, Department of Transportation and Army Corps of Engineers have reduced the number of Nationwide Differential Global Positioning System (NDGPS)... Read more»

What the ‘Brexit’ vote means for EU space programmes, Galileo Posted on 29 Jun 2016 in the GNSS categories.

A Kingdom Divided: Whither EU Space Programmes? Good grief, it has been a wild week or two. I was hoping that I wouldn’t need to talk about the incredible, excruciating... Read more»

Europe enters ‘The Year of Galileo’ Posted on 28 Mar 2016 in the GNSS categories.

2016 has already been dubbed as “The Year of Galileo.” That was the clear message from the Munich Satellite Navigation Summit in early March. The Munich summit covers all GNSS... Read more»

The need to clarify Galileo’s legal basis of time Posted on 28 Mar 2016 in the Featured Stories & GNSS & Latest News categories.

One new potential wrinkle for Galileo was hinted at during the Munich Satellive Navigation Summit session in March on legal issues around GNSS timing. A recent GPS timing issue caused... Read more»

The year of UAVs for Europe Posted on 28 Mar 2016 in the Featured Stories & Opinions & UAV/UVG categories.

The unmanned aerial vehicle (UAVs) sector is a dynamic GNSS-enabled sector globally and Europe is no exception. In January I attended a UAV event at the Royal Military Academy in... Read more»

Galileo: Are We There Yet? Posted on 28 Sep 2015 in the GNSS & Opinions categories.

It has been a good late summer for the European Galileo programme. The latest launch on the night of 10 and 11 September has got the number of orbiting satellites... Read more»