The facility will scale up the manufacturing of Advanced Navigation's AI navigation systems for GPS-denied environments, including its digital fibre-optic gyroscope technology.
PointPerfect is a PPP-RTK GNSS augmentation data service that delivers centimetre-level accuracy in seconds.
Quectel's YEGT000W8A is an active global satellite navigation system (GNSS) L1 and L5 antenna that supports the 1164–1189 and 1559–1606 MHz frequency bands. With dimensions of 65 x 45 mm, the GNSS antenna is RoHS and IP67 compliant.
Researchers have used superfast, subatomic-sized particles called muons to wirelessly navigate underground, in what is reported to be a world first.
Navigation Technology Satellite-3 (NTS-3) will be the US Department of Defense's first experimental, integrated navigation satellite system in nearly 50 years.
The u-blox ZED-F9L is a GNSS receiver module that has been tailored for automotive applications. The product leverages L1/L5 band signals and six satellite constellations simultaneously, including NavIC.
The smart connected bus uses mobile data networks to share information with other vehicles and infrastructure.
Avalue Technology's RENITY ARTEMIS real-time location system uses ultra-wideband technology, which has high accuracy (within 30 cm) for indoor positioning systems.
Esri has launched ArcGIS IPS, enabling organisations to add indoor location services across their facilities and campuses.
Tunnel Network Services' incident response and maintenance teams are safer following a no-cost upgrade to its underground tracking system.
NextNav will use the funds to deploy its Metropolitan Beacon System 'Z service' geolocation platform across major urban markets in the US.
Verizon is working with Mcity at the University of Michigan to advance transportation safety and shape the future of autonomous vehicles and smart cities using 5G.
An Inmarsat program aiming to modernise European air traffic management has just entered the implementation phase.
The first 5G-connected driverless car in New Zealand has undergone testing on Auckland streets.
Victorian roads will become safer and less congested, with the state government investing in connected and automated vehicles.