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China's home-grown BeiDou Navigation Satellite System will cover countries and regions along the Belt and Road by 2018, said an official at the China National Space Administration (CNSA) Monday 18 September.
The US Institute of Navigation’s GNSS Software Defined Radio Metadata Standard working group is seeking public comment on the standard through Dec. 31.
A GNSS receiver that can supply raw pseudorange and carrier-phase measurements now costs only a few hundred dollars, and in this month’s column, a couple of researchers from Down Under pit a couple of these receivers up against a couple of survey-grade receivers.
Arianespace will launch four new satellites for the Galileo constellation, using two Ariane 62 versions of the next-generation Ariane 6 rocket from the Guiana Space Center in French Guiana.
The Industry, Innovations, Science and Resources Committee on 13 September tabled its report into the social issues relating to land-based driverless vehicles in Australia.
Early this summer, news out of Japan announced a significant step toward providing a boost to the accuracy and reception of the existing GPS in Japan and to delivering a better positioning reading for the people in that country.
When Tesla CEO Elon Musk took the stage at TED this April, he said something that has been playing over and over in my mind ever since:
Digital maps that dodge traffic jams are saving time for millions of motorists, but they're also turning some neighbourhood streets into headache-inducing escape routes from congested highways.
Hurricane Harvey is the first major catastrophe in which drones have been used on a large scale by both government and commercial operators, said Ken Long, an analyst at the Freedonia Group.