TAG: International Space Station

A new system enables interconnected smart devices to cooperatively pinpoint their positions in noisy, GPS-denied environments. (Image: Christine Daniloff, MIT)

Research Roundup: Soft information for IoT positioning

November 19, 2019

A re-configurable NASA receiver called the Space Communications and Navigation Testbed, SCaN is attached to the exterior of the ISS. In April 2018 the chest-sized SCaN, seen left of centre with an antenna on top, was used to make the first combined Galileo-GPS positioning fix in orbit. (Photo: NASA)

Combined orbital Galileo-GPS position fix achieved aboard ISS

July 2, 2018

Photo: GNSS

System of Systems: First GPS/Galileo receiver flown in space

July 27, 2017

The concept image above shows the NEA Scout CubeSat with its solar sail deployed as it characterizes a near-Earth asteroid. (NASA)

Sensonor supplies IMUs for NASA’s Raven and asteroid Scout

August 26, 2016

Image: GPS World

GPS aboard the world’s highest, fastest manned gliders

January 13, 2016

The International Space Station. (Photo: ESA)

ESA Aims to Map Sea Surfaces with GNSS Radio Occultation

May 8, 2015