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In this article, we will take a look at the various GNSS signals from the perspective of their cost-benefit tradeoffs. First, we'll look at the evolution of consumer GPS architecture to date — where acquisition speed and sensitivity have been the main drivers of receiver...

source: Inside GNSS

Many of the roots of innovation in the geospatial toolbox come from military initiatives, including the Global Positioning System, many earth observation satellites and sensors, unmanned aerial vehicles and a phenomenal push in...

source: Sensors & Systems

Of the 17 U.S. intelligence agencies, the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency is best suited to turn big data into actionable intelligence, NGA Director Letitia Long said. She told FCW that mapping is what her 14,500-person agency does, and every iota of intelligence...

source: FCW

As an improvement for the Army's Distributed Common Ground System-Army, Esri has provided a revised set of customized templates that include maps, analytic capabilities and other visualization tools, according to a company announcement. DCGS-A is the Army's common system...

source: Defense News

The Republic of Korea will return next month with a new tender for implementing an eLoran system, driven by North Korean jamming of GPS in the region. Initial plans to establish an eLoran-based backup faltered due to technical and...

source: Inside GNSS

Sensing technologies are producing unprecedented amounts of data about the environment and the digital world. The current question is: how can we gain true insight from all the available measurements? Industries are orienting development towards new systems built around...

source: Sensors & Systems


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