New Generation GNSS Solutions: Precise Positioning, Navigation & Applications

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Broadcast Date: Thursday, July 23, 2015
On-Demand Available Until: Saturday, July 23, 2016
Moderator: Eric Gakstatter, Contributing Editor, Geospatial Solutions & GPS World
Speakers: Dr. Sunil Bisnath, Associate Professor, Department of Earth and Space Science and Engineering at York University; Dr. Rodrigo Leandro, Director of Engineering, Hemisphere Rahul Gupta, Spirent Communications; Gregory Moura, OKTAL Synthetic Environment
Summary: Correction augmentation technologies — the theme of this webinar — meet the growing need and opportunity for more accurate location and navigation information in an increasing number of applications where position data are deemed useful or critical. High-accuracy (i.e., few-centimeter) correction augmentation technologies can extend the accuracy capability of GNSS systems while maintaining the core concept of a GNSS system, which includes being available anytime and anywhere on Earth. In this webinar we discussed recent developments in high accuracy correction techniques, the current scenario for state-of-art solutions, as well as explore future technology developments for the coming years.

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