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CSIROSat-1 pilot Cubesat to launch in 2020 with funding from CSIRO, a grant from the Science and Industry Endowment Fund and industry partners.
Europe's Galileo satellite navigation system - already serving users globally - has now provided a historic service to the physics community worldwide, enabling the most accurate measurement ever made of how shifts in gravity alter the passing of time, a key element of Einstein's Theory of... read more
Hyundai Mnsoft will collaborate with AI startup Netradyne for the development of high definition maps for next-generation vehicles, the companies announced.
Locate19 has announced its first round of plenary speakers as the event’s agenda begins to take shape.
A diverse set of heavy-hitters from distinct backgrounds forms up the first announcement of the agenda for April’s Locate19.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May announced that Britain would explore the possibility of building its own satellite navigation system instead of relying on the EU's Galileo, compelling another minister in her Cabinet to resign.
Septentrio has launched the Mosaic high-precision GNSS receiver module.
Russian positioning satellites could circle the Moon by 2040.
The U.S. Department of Transportation’s most recent document preparing for the future of self-driving cars almost entirely ignores positioning, navigation and timing (PNT) needs, according to the Resilient Navigation and Timing (RNT) Foundation.
The XXIV ISPRS Congress, which is the congress for the geospatial community held every four years, will take place in 2020 in the gorgeous city of Nice, on the Mediterranean Sea, from 14-20 June.
Developing an autonomous car ready for the public is a huge task that has consumed tech companies for years, with millions of miles of on-testing that has cost hundreds of millions of dollars. It’s not easy.
BMW says they could accomplish the task in about two years. Wait, what?