PARADISE: Precise and Robust Navigation enabling Applications in Disturbed Signal Environments

Updated: Aug 13, 2016

Project details

Acronym: 
PARADISE
Total Cost: 
1 157 271 €
EU Contributions: 
838 590 €
Contract Number: 
641629
Project Call: 
H2020 – Galileo 1st Call
Start Date: 
01/01/2015
End Date: 
30/09/2016
Duration: 
21
Project Type: 
Innovation Action

Contact

Coordinator: 
Juergen Pielmeier
IFEN GESELLSCHAFT FUR SATELLITENNAVIGATION MBH
Alte Gruberstrasse 6
85586 Poing
Germany
Scientific Officer: 
Reinhard Blasi
Objectives: 

The primary objective of the PARADISE project is to develop a solution that makes survey-grade GNSS-based positioning available in situations where to date GNSS could not be adopted due to prohibitively bad signal conditions, such as indoors, urban canyons, forests etc.
The project will focus on the following three applications, with the clear aim to increase the overall efficiency of the work flow of these applications by introducing GNSS based positioning:

  • Surveying inside and near forests
  • Harvesting wood
  • Augmented reality of construction works in urban canyons

Thus PARADISE targets the development and demonstration of a GPS/Galileo based navigation and attitude determination system that provides improved accuracy of positioning in a cost efficient way under degraded signal conditions. The receiver will realize the robust and precise positioning and attitude solution by a combination of improved GNSS signal processing together with an adapted and highly performing precise-point-positioning (PPP) algorithm.

Partners: 
AT
  • GRINTEC
  • Vermessung Dr. Gunteher Abwerzger
CZ
  • CESKE VYSOKE UCENI TECHNICKE V PRAZE
DE
  • HSM