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Terry Moore Considers Future of GNSS in RIN Lecture

January 15, 2015  - By
Terry Moore

Terry Moore

Professor Terry Moore explores “Where next for GNSS? ” in the Anderson Memorial Lecture at the Royal Institute of Navigation on March 2. Moore is the associate dean for infrastructure and director of the Nottingham Geospatial Institute, Faculty of Engineering, at the University of Nottingham.

Moore will review the current status and proposed modernization of GPS with an emphasis on the benefits that the developments and new signals will bring to a variety of user domains. In a similar manner, the Russian GLONASS will also be described documenting the evolution to the system’s current status and the planned developments.

The new European Galileo and Chinese BeiDou systems also will be described along with consideration of the international efforts directed towards interoperability of all the global systems. Other nascent and proposed systems will be introduced, such as IRNSS and QZSS.

The lecture is presented by the Royal Institute of Navigation in conjunction with the RAF Cranwell Branch of the Royal Aeronautical Society. There is no charge for RIN or RAeS members, but RIN members who would like to attend should book through to be informed of the security and entry arrangements. The lecture will be held at Whittle Hall, RAF Cranwell, Sleaford, Lincs, U.K.

A member of the GPS World Editorial Advisory Board, Moore holds a B.Sc. degree in Civil Engineering and a Ph.D. degree in Space Geodesy from The University of Nottingham. He is a Fellow of the Royal Institute of Navigation, a former vice president and a member of its council. He is a member of the European Space Agency GNSS Scientific Advisory Committee and a member of the UK Space Agency Telecoms and Navigation Committee. He is also a member of The Institute of Navigation and a Fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society.

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