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Geospatial innovation

Geospatial Innovation - what it might look like

by Daniel ODonohue 12 min read

The applications of the satellite systems are endless and we separate them into different market segments. For example,agriculture,location-based services (mainly phones),transport usages (navigation on roads, rail or maritime), andaviation (landing procedures heavily rely on EGNOS).Thegeomatics market is important; it’s a segment that’s usually the first adopter because they need the highest precision locationing.

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Navigating The Past, Present And Future Of GNSS

Navigating The Past, Present And Future Of GNSS

by Daniel ODonohue 11 min read

Satellites are getting better, and the number of constellations is increasing. Still, many people are not using GNSS terminology — they call it GPS, which is the American GNSS.There is Galileo (European), GLONASS (Russian), or BeiDou (Chinese). Back in 2000, there were 40 GNSS satellites. Fast forward to 2021, and we now have over 100.

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