Webinar: GNSS raw measurements for location-based apps

Updated: May 03, 2017

In preparation for the upcoming 2nd Galileo Hackathon (15-17 May 2017, Gdansk), GSA organised a 1-hour webinar on 28 April 14:00-15:00 CET . The registration form below and response survey are now closed.

You can find a recording of the webinar here.

 

   14:00–14:15   

Introduction

  
         The European Global Navigation satellite System: Galileo
Jacopo Ovarelli, European GNSS Agency
  
  

14:15-14:30

  

Hackathon rules and prizes

  
        
  • Award criteria
  • Panel

Jacopo Ovarelli, European GNSS Agency

  
   14:30-15:00   

GNSS raw measurements in a nutshell

  
        

The theory:

  • What does it mean?
  • Opportunities and challenges at users’ level

The practice:

  • How to use them in your location-based apps, with a short live demo

Dr Lukasz Bonenberg, University of Nottingham

 

 

  15:00-15:10  

Q&A Session

 
 

Dr Lukasz K Bonenberg is a Senior Experimental Officer at the University of Nottingham working on the navigation, sensor fusion and geodesy. His current research focuses on the low-cost positioning, GNSS interference and data analysis.
He has extensive industrial surveying and deformation monitoring experience with large commercial and public projects across England, Poland and USA. His EPRSC sponsored PhD focused on GNSS and Locatalite (pseudolite) fusion in the urban canyons scenario.

Lukasz is a Corporate Member of Chartered Institute of Civil Engineering Surveyors, Association for Geoinformatics, GeoIT and Navigation e.V. and the Institute of Navigation.

 
     

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