Munich Summit to emphasize GNSS back-up

September 27, 2016  - By
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“Is it Time for GNSS Back-Up?” has been announced as the the theme of the 2017 Munich Satellite Navigation Summit, to take place March 14–16 in the prestigious and ornate Residenz Munich, royal palace of the Bavarian monarchs of the House of Wittelsbach in the center of Munich. International experts will gather to discuss recent position, navigation and timing developments and the necessity for GNSS backup solutions.

Among the topics, in addition to system updates on all major GNSS, the first conference announcement lists:

• From Iridium to e-Loran — GNSS in need for a Backup.

• Galileo after the Brexit.

• Civil use of the Galileo Public Regulated Service (PRS).

• Network-based solutions for GNSS Backup.

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About the Author: Alan Cameron

Alan Cameron is the former editor-at-large of GPS World magazine.