GNSS technology continues to quickly evolve. New infrastructure and technology advances in receivers bring not only better value (performance), but new opportunities for innovative companies to leverage into niches that may have been uneconomic in the past.CORSNet (or Space based DGNSS services in remote regions) coupled with inertial measurement units providing positioning for cameras and LiDAR captures enormous amounts of data that can help to manage the planet better. Be part of the solution.
Broadly speaking, the one thing that differentiates GIS from other data bases is the inclusion of the spatial component. One of the primary field tools to define the location (point, line, polyline and polygon) is satellite positioning, known today as GNSS or Global Navigation Satellite System.
We now take it for granted so much as a utility, that many do not consider that the actual technology and the infrastructure behind it and supporting it, as it continues to evolve at an astounding pace.
This presentation will provide insights into where we have come from and more so, where we are right now.
In the time we have available we will cover:
GNSS – what it is and what does it do for users
GNSS with integration with IMU (Inertial Measurement Units) for Mobile Mapping
CORSNet – Why it is such an economic benefit for field users
SBAS – What is the fuss and why it is so very important
Commercial satellite based DGNSS services including DFMC (Dual Frequency Multi Constellation)
User equipment leveraging GNSS, CORSNet, SBAS, DFMC. The latest in size, cost, performance, battery life, operating systems, open systems, integration etc
The rise of Android, the fall of Microsoft Windows Mobile Operating system.
Mr Peter Terrett (4D Global)
Time & room
2:15 pm–2:30 pm
Date & venue
Friday 17 September 2021 at the Adelaide Convention Centre