NASA Seeks GNSS Remote Sensing Innovations

December 15, 2014  - By
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NASA is soliciting research on remote sensing techniques that use GNSS for studying the Earth’s environment.

Specifically, the announcement says NASA “seeks innovative approaches to the development of Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) remote sensing techniques and algorithms to study the Earth’s environment from the ionosphere to Earth’s interior.” The announcement says NASA is seeking to emphasize the use of reflected GNSS signals for the characterization of the Earth’s surface and mitigation of natural hazards.

Notices of Intent are requested by January 20, 2015, and the due date for proposals is March 20, 2015.

NASA solicits research through the release of various research announcements in a wide range of science and technology disciplines. NASA uses a peer review process to evaluate and select research proposals submitted in response to these research announcements. NASA says that researchers can help achieve national research objectives by submitting research proposals and conducting awarded research. Visit the announcement page for details.

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