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N17-10-22-GPSWorldAwards2017
13 October 2017

The voting ballot for the awards was assembled by polling a group of roughly 25 industry VIPs for their nominations, and that same group plus another 40 voted for the final recipients.

N17-10-22-SOIR-cover
12 October 2017

Continued vigour across all sectors of the positioning, navigation and timing (PNT) industry as well as in its many diverse markets characterise the feedback we received to the online survey that produced the results you see here in the 2017 State of the GNSS Industry Report.

N17-10-15-nvidia-supercomputer-for-level5-selfdriving-cars
12 October 2017

Nvidia may be best known for its computer graphics cards, but its new supercomputer chip may one day be a car's brain—and in the not-too-distant future to boot.

N17-10-15-Strobe-LIDAR
11 October 2017

LIDAR does with light what radar does with high frequency radio waves. Both allow machines to detect the environment around them in a way that human eyes and ears cannot.

N17-10-22-Outdoor-Indoor-UAV
11 October 2017

When a platform’s mission requires maneuvring among different environments, transitions between these environments may mean that a single method cannot solve the full positioning, navigation and mapping problem. 

N17-10-15-gps-3-production-line
10 October 2017

The U.S. Air Force has given their final acceptance approval to Lockheed Martin's GPS III satellite, the company announced on Tuesday.

N17-10-22-IoT-Growth
10 October 2017

In the Industrial Revolutions of the 18th and 19th centuries, new technology such as steam-powered transportation and machines transformed the economy and the structure of society.

N17-10-15-Kepler2017-Moore
9 October 2017

The Institute of Navigation’s (ION) Satellite Division presented Professor Terry Moore with its Johannes Kepler Award for his outstanding contributions to the development of satellite navigation through a sustained and distinguished professional... read more

N17-10-15-4thQZSS-launch
9 October 2017

Japan just fulfilled a key part of its space ambitions -- and it'll have important ramifications for everything from self-driving cars to self-defence.

N17-10-15-IONSpoof
9 October 2017

Starting around 10 am, numerous smartphones began exhibiting abnormal behaviour. Some phones showed no effect while others were profoundly impacted to the point where texting, email, etc., would not work. All phones did retain the ability to operate in voice modes.

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