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On Monday, October 18, 2021, Indra Navia AS presented the results of the project “GBAS DEVELOPMENT AND VERIFICATION”, which were achieved through the support of the NAVISP program. More than 60 people from industry and research attended the final presentation, which shows the great public interest in the project. Indra Norway, also known as Indra Navia AS, is a wholly owned subsidiary of…
The thematic window dedicated to ‘Assisted GNSS with Imaging Sensors and 3-D models for Mobility Applications’ is currently open. If relevant to commercial products, submit your proposal to Element 2: please see Clarification 6 of AO10516 (Clarifications Tab, login may be required):         https://esastar-publication.sso.esa.int/ESATenderActions/details/6883 If relevant to…
On October 26th, the NAVISP Programme will be presented at ASAS, the Italian Association for Space-based Applications and Services. Please check the Agenda and link for registration here!
A key for New Space technologies is flexibility and affordability. This fits very well with the use of GNSS software receivers on space missions. The Polish company GMV INNOVATING SOLUTIONS SP. Z O.O started developing this technology 10 years ago and now, with the support of two NAVISP Element 2 projects, is getting ready to put their developments in orbit. First application will be on Spanish…
Indra Navia AS has been developing Ground Based Augmentation System Approach Service Type D ("GAST D" in short) ground station technology since 2010. This ground station was installed at various airports, and has been successfully operating during long-term flight tests. In order to bring the product to market, the effort was focused on verifying the system performance. In fact, safety critical…
This year ESA ESTEC Open Day consisted in an in-person event dedicated to people with disabilities and a virtual online event extended to all ESA sites. On the 4 th of October 2021, during the virtual event, several NAVISP projects were featured to showcase the theme of the session: "Inventing the future of PNT". The audience was positively impressed by the scope of the industrial activities…
NAVISP was presented at the plenary session of the Radio Technical Commission for Maritime Services (RTCM) Special Committee 134 (SC134), held on 27 September 2021. The focus was put on the various activities linked to the subject of SC134 (Integrity for High Accuracy GNSS-Based Applications). Indeed many projects running under NAVISP investigate how integrity help engineers achieve proof of…
NAVISP projects addresses the wide PNT field of techniques, in particular the investigation of new type of sensors and their integration. These are results of projects recently concluded. Results of on-going projects will be presented as soon as they have been validated. Quantum Wayfinder (NAVISP Element 1), set out to explore the feasibility of using quantum cold atom interferometry (CAI)…
NAVISP prototypes sophisticated Antennas to combat interference and to support high accuracy In the past few months, several NAVISP activities came to a positive conclusion, proving the concept of new antenna technologies, and setting the foundations for innovative products and services to be delivered in the coming years. LoCoMotive (NAVISP Element 1), looked into the potential advantages…
The NAVISP Webinar "Assisted GNSS with Imaging Sensors and 3D Models for Mobility Applications", whose objective was to launch the related NAVISP Thematic Window, was held on the 6 th of July 2021 with a large participation from navigation experts, industry, academia and other representatives from economic operators (please follow the links to read the presentation slides and see the video…