Take the pulse of the GNSS user technology industry and get an inside look at the latest trends!
Ready to take the pulse of the GNSS user technology industry? Want to get an inside view on how the latest trends are changing the market? Then sign up today to be one of the first to download a free copy of the GSA’s inaugural GNSS User Technology Report.
The 2016 GNSS User Technology Report is the go-to source for comprehensive knowledge and information on the dynamic, global GNSS technology industry and the latest trends. This free, downloadable publication takes an in-depth look at the latest state-of-the-art GNSS receiver technology, along with providing expert analysis on the evolutionary trends that are set to redefine the global GNSS landscape.
The report is set to be officially launched on 4 October as part of the Horizon 2020 Space Information Days in Prague. The two-day GSA-hosted event will introduce the third call for Horizon 2020 proposals and serves as a unique opportunity to learn more about the proposal and selection process, along with hearing first-hand success stories from current Horizon 2020 funded research projects.
The report - a sister publication to the GNSS Market Report - focuses on three key macrosegments:
- mass market solutions
- transport safety and liability-critical solutions
- high precision, timing and asset management solutions
GNSS user technology – in a nutshell
The 2016 GSA GNSS User Technology Report begins with a comprehensive overview of GNSS user technology. This is followed by a focus on receiver design, innovative signal processing techniques, changes that have an impact on antennas, and GNSS vulnerabilities – and how to mitigate them.
The report then turns to a macrosegment analyses of:
- Characteristics and key performance parameters for user technology
- The industrial landscape
- Supported frequencies and constellations by GNSS receivers
- Typical state-of-the-art receiver specifications and analysis
- Future drivers and trends
- E-GNSS added value in related macrosegments
The Report’s also provides a comprehensive overview of all positioning technologies, with a specific look at what lies beyond GNSS in the positioning landscape. A closer look is taken at such augmentation systems as SBAS, PPP solutions, other radio location technologies and non-radio positioning techniques like vision aided navigation.