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To find a presentation summarizing the now completed activity, click here and to find a link to a GPS World article describing the antenna, click here.   The Tallysman activity developed under NAVSIP element 2 was successfully completed. A new antenna called the VeroStarTM, which is a patented, industry leading performance rover antenna with sufficient bandwidth to receive all existing…
On the 21st of October a very successful information webinar, on the recently launched PNT5G NAVSIP, Open Call was held. The participants received information about the Open Call, the requirements on how to apply, and various use cases that might be addressed by the Call.   A total of 226 users registered to the workshop, mostly from Europe and Canada but also with a significant participation…
The Final Agenda of the Webinar on 'PNT in 5G' in now available at the following link. To register to the Webinar and the matchmaking platform, please use the following link: https://pnt5g.b2match.io/invitation/E9bMhjg We look forward to your participation on Wednesday!
NAVISP has launched a Thematic Open Call under its Element 2 to implement pilot projects to demonstrate the viability of 5G PNT solutions in use cases representative of Industry 4.0, smart cities and critical users demanding a robust back-up to satellite navigation positioning and timing. An information webinar will be held on the 21st of October 2020 where key speakers from each sector will…
NAVISP MARGOT Project awarded with the best presentation at ION GNSS+ for Session A6: Marine Applications and Search and Rescue For further details about the MARGOT project, please follow this link.
The Element 3 activity MarRINav was recently featured in an article of GPS World.  The article says that among the MarRINavs findings we can find that: The United Kingdom needs a comprehensive maritime PNT architecture with multiple, diverse sources to ensure continuity of maritime operations Such a “hybrid solution” could benefit other sectors, especially if non-maritime needs…
GIDAS, which was developed under NAVISP, considerably improves safe and robust operation of GNSS receivers, terminals, and GNSS-based applications by offering the capabilities for reliable detecting, classifying and localizing GNSS jamming and spoofing attacks in real-time. Watch the video here for more information.  
The COVID-19 crisis is impacting all ESA Member States. The fully justified measures taken by the Governments to mitigate and contain this major threat have important repercussions on the economy at large, the operations of the space industry and of ESA. The Agency is committed to limit as much as feasible these repercussions on industry and on the implementation of ESA Programmes. To that…
Please find here an article about the NAVISP Industry Days and our guest speaker from the US government, Diana Furchgott-Roth   
Please find here an article on the success of the NAVISP Industry Days 2020!