Registration is now open for the fifth GNSS Raw Measurements Task Force meeting, which will take place on 17 May 2022. Participants in the event, which will be held online, will gain access to Task Force members’ experience and learn about progress around the use of raw measurements in Android devices. Interested? Register here.
The aim of the EUSPA’s Raw Measurements Task Force is to bridge the knowledge gap between raw measurement users. The GNSS Raw Measurements Task Force meetings are a key element in this effort, providing a forum for stakeholders to share experience and knowledge around raw measurements use.
A full agenda
Starting in the afternoon, following a welcome address from the EUSPA’s Head of Market, Downstream and Innovation (MADI) Department Fiammetta Diani, the opening session of the meeting will include a keynote presentation from Google`s Frank Van Diggelen and Mohammed Khider. Then, update on EGNSS opportunities and other useful information coming from the Galileo programme given by the members of the MADI team will follow.
After the break, the agenda will be fully dedicated to presentations from Task Force members, targeting their innovative work using raw measurements. Finally, during the last session, the presentations focusing on latest testing results and implementation of EGNSS differentiators will follow. For the full draft agenda, click here.
Join the Task Force
The GNSS Raw Measurements Task Force is dedicated to promoting a better and wider use of GNSS raw measurements.
Since its launch in 2017, the Task Force has expanded from a handful of experts to a community of over 100 agencies, universities, research institutes and companies. Membership is open to anybody interested in GNSS raw measurements. To join the Task Force contact: email@example.com.
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