Signal Disruptions
GNSS

Signal Disruptions

GNSS… it’s almost impossible to run a modern geo-related business without it. But what if a problem should occur? Whether in navigation, surveying or even agriculture, countless activities almost ...

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What is GNSS Spoofing?
GNSS

What is GNSS Spoofing?

With spoofing attacks on the rise, survey-grade GNSS receivers need to be protected by interference mitigation technology utilizing the latest security techniques to ensure reliable positioning. The s...

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Direct Referencing Multibeam Data
GNSS

Direct Referencing Multibeam Data

Applanix’s POSPac MMS GNSS Inertial software, in particular the Applanix SmartBase (ASB) post-processed virtual reference station technique, has been widely adopted as a robust and reliable method o...

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OS Net - Preparations for Future GNSS
GNSS

OS Net - Preparations for Future GNSS

Ordnance Survey (OS) has just updated its geodetic infrastructure. Mark Greaves, Lead Consultant at Geodesy, describes these developments and takes a look at shorter and longer-term geodetic issues fo...

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GNSS, Cadastres and Drones
GNSS

GNSS, Cadastres and Drones

Richard Groom summarises some of the interesting papers from the FIG Congress focussing on GNSS, Hydrography, 3D Cadastre and mapping. GNSS – Detecting Cycle Slips Roberts and Hancock (TS03E) presen...

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What is GNSS?

GNSS (Source: NASA)GNSS stands for global navigation satellite system and refers to a constellation of satellites, which provide signals from out of space for positioning. A GNSS has global coverage. There are several GNSS systems: GPS (United States of America), Glonass (Russian Federation), Galileo (Europe) and Beidou (China).

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