Tag Archives: Galileo

A Better GNSS?

With America, Russia, China, and the EU all now having GNSS constellations operating, what does it mean for surveyors and geospatial professionals?

xyHt Weekly News Links: 6/9/17

Trimble RTX Corrections Gets Boost in Performance from the Galileo Constellation ANSI establishes UAS standardization collaborative Sokkia introduces simplicity in field-to-office software NIAS and NASA test the Next Phase of NASA’s UAS Traffic Management System

Weekly Roundup: xyHt News Links: 3/31/17

Trimble Incorporates Galileo Support in New Version of its GNSS Infrastructure Management Software  Sokkia introduces new GCX3 integrated receiver A new release of ‘Spatial Manager’ supports AutoCAD 2018 NOAA seeks new members for hydrographic advisory panel NSPS Student Competition Results NSPS Installs New Officers for 2017 Tallysman Introduces Dual Band + L-band services GNSS antenna...

xyHt News Links: 1/20/17

GRMC Announces Complete Scan-to-BIM and BIM Modeling Services FCC seeks public comments on receivers using Galileo signals in US Now Available: Juniper Systems’ Affordable, Android® Rugged Tablet – the CT7G

xyHt News Links: 3/11/16

Trimble 4D Control Software Supports IBIS-FM Radar Device for Slope Stability and Structural Monitoring in Mining TerraGo Launches On-Demand Solution for Mobile Forms, Inspections and Surveys Topcon announces new geodetic antenna Maptek modelling and exploration technology on show at PDAC Teledyne Optech Press Release: Innovative solutions for bathymetry at Oceanology International 2016 3DR collaborates with...


Above: The third satellite in IRNSS being tested before its successful launch. What Did Not Happen and Increases, Improvements, Innovations Sometimes the most telling precursors of the future are things that did not happen. By all accounts, 2014 should be remembered a horrible, terrible, very bad GNSS year with botched launches, toxic broadcast ephemerides, near peak...