Projects

Here is the list of projects in the GNSS field, in which the people of Navis have been involved. The list includes also two past projects, namely: JEAGAL and SEAGAL, which laid the foundation for the establishment of Navis:


Research and Development of Realtime Positioning System for "cm-level of accuracy" Demanding Applications

  • Duration: 2013-1015
  • Funding: National R&D Program on Aerospace Technology
  • Short Description: The aim of the project is: to develop a complete precise positioning system, including: receivers, NTRIP system for broadcasting correction data, for applications which require positioning accuracy at cm-level and realtime.

WARTK test in Vietnam for enabling precise positioning for land-sliding applications

  • Duration: 2013
  • Partners:
  1. Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA - Japan)
  2. Hanoi University of Science and Technology (Vietnam)
  • Support: JAXA 
  • Short Description: The aim of the experiment is to actually test the possibility of building an WARTK network in Vietnam (and possibly the South East Asia Region) is proposed for next year 2013 in which the solar activity influencing the ionosphere should be close a maximum. This would allow to test the algorithms in the hardest scenario.

Research and Development of Tight and Ultra-tight GPS / INS integrations in Software-Defined Radio GPS receiver

  • Duration: 2013-2014
  • Funding: Ministry of Education and Training
  • Short Description: The objective of the project is to develop the GPS/INS integration module for the NAVIS's software receivers. The tight and ultra-tight integration approaches are in consideration since they promise the good performance and also utilize the advantages of the software receiver.

GINESTRA

  • Duration: 7 months from 11/2012
  • Partners:
  1. Istituto Superiore Mario Boella (Italy)
  2. Politecnico di Torino (Italy)
  3. The National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology (Italy)
  4. Hanoi University of Science and Technology (Vietnam)
  • Funding: European Space Agency (ESA)
  • Short Description: GINESTRA is a competence survey funded by the European Space Agency (ESA) in the frame of the Alcantara initiative of the General Studies Programme. Its goal is to assess the current capabilities on ionospheric monitoring in the Asia-Pacific Region and in India, in order to understand how existing facilities can be integrated with new installations to effectively support and improve space weather activities oriented to assist GNSS operations.

GNSS Receiver and Antenna Installation and Operation in Vietnam

  • Duration: 24 months from 8/2012
  • Partners:
  1. Istituto Superiore Mario Boella (Italy)
  2. Hanoi University of Science and Technology (Vietnam)
  • Funding: European Space Agency (ESA)
  • Short Description: Through the cooperation with ISMB, the NAVIS Centre hosts a GNSS monitoring station of European Space Agency (ESA). The purpose of the station is for scientific research and training activities of NAVIS, ISMB and ESA in connection with the Multi-GNSS environment

Growing NAVIS

  • Duration: 30 months from 4/2012;
  • Partners:
  1. Istituto Superiore Mario Boella, Italy;
  2. Hanoi University of Science and Technology, Vietnam;
  3. Politecnico di Torino, Italy;
  4. Universitat Polytecnica de Catalunya, Spain;
  5. Université de Franche-Comté, France;
  6. Institute of Geodesy and Navigation, Germany;
  7. University of New South Wales, Australia;
  8. Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand;
  9. National Science and Technology Development Agency, Thailand;
  10. National Space Agency, Malaysia.
  • Funding: EU's Seventh Framework Programme (FP7)
  • Short description: The objective of the project is to develop the centre in all of its activities (i.e. research, awareness, dissemination, training and networking activities). As for the research activities, there are 3 research lines including (i) precise positioning; (ii) multi-GNSS receivers; and (iii) Intelligent Transport System (ITS).

Navigation Research at Hanoi

  • Duration: 2012;
  • Partner: University of New South Wales (UNSW);
  • Funding: UNSW contestable funding;
  • Short description: The objective of the project is to jointly conduct research and training activities between UNSW and HUST. In the framework of the project, there is one workshop organized at NAVIS and several scholarships for HUST staffs and students to do research at UNSW.

JAXA’s Hosting sites for Multi-GNSS Monitoring Network (MGM-net)

  • Duration: from 2012;
  • Partner: Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA);
  • Funding: JAXA and HUST;
  • Short description: Through this project, NAVIS is going to host one of the first 20 sites (the core of MGM-net) in the Asian Pacific region. The objective of the project is (i) to set up a monitoring site belonging to the JAXA's Multi-GNSS Monitoring Network (MGM-net), which aims to improve Precise Orbit Determination (POD) accuracy for the Quasi Zenith Satellite System (QZSS), the Japanese Satellite Based Augmentation System for GPS; and (ii) to extend current POD function for GPS/QZSS to also include multiple GNSS constellations, and to generate error correction and integrity information which can be broadcast from QZSS to support the multi-GNSS demonstration campaign.

Research and Development of Multi-GNSS Software Receiver

  • Duration: 2012-2013;
  • Partner: Istituto Superiore Mario Boella, Italy
  • Funding: Ministry of Education and Training, Vietnam;
  • Short description: The project aims to develop the first fully software receiver working with multiple Global Navigation Satellite Systems in Vietnam.

Motorbike Tracking System for Hanoi Police, Vietnam

  • Duration: 2012-2013;
  • Partner: Hanoi Police;
  • Funding: Hanoi City;
  • Short description: The project aims to develop a full tracking system (an web-based administration program and terminals) to prevent motorbike thievery.

The following 3 projects are related to the previous research of NAVIS people:

Cross layer optimization for multi-hop wireless networks

  • Duration: 2012-2013;
  • Funding: Vietnamese National Foundation for Science and Technology Development (NAFOSTED);

Novel Integrated Antennas based on Defected Ground Substrate

  • Duration: 2012-2013;
  • Partner: India;
  • Funding: Vietnamese Government.

Optimum design of reflector-array antennas for mobile satellite station using in VINASAT system

  • Duration: 2012-2013;
  • Partner: India;
  • Funding: Vietnamese Government.

Design and Optimization of Conformal Multi-Band Antenna for Integrated GPS/Galileo Receivers

Duration: 2011

Funding: Internal Fund of Hanoi University of Science and Technology

Short description: The objectives of the project are (i) to use Ansoft’s commercial tool for designing and optimizing conformal multi-band antenna models that can be used for mobile compact GPS/Galileo receivers (the antenna models are expected to operate well with L1 and L2 of GPS, as well as E1 and E5 of Galileo frequency bands); and (ii) to fabricate and measure radiation properties of the antennas to verify the simulation results.


Research and Development of Assisted-GNSS Receiver via Internet

Duration: 2011

Funding: Internal Fund of Hanoi University of Science and Technology

Short description: The objectives of the project are (i) to acquire and process positioning data from high precise receiver for providing support to conventional receiver; and (ii) to transfer supporting data from server to mobile handhelds via internet.


GALILEO LAB @ HUST

Duration: 2010 – 2012

Funding: Vietnamese Government and Italian Government (Ministero degli Affari Esteri - www.esteri.it) in the framework of the Bilateral Agreement Italy-Vietnam on scientific research.

Partners: Hanoi University of Science and Technology (Vietnam), Politecnico di Torino / Istituto Superiore Mario Boella (Italy)

Short description: The project focuses on (i) collaboration for the management of the common activities between HUST and POLITO/ISMB; (ii) definition and implementation of new frameworks for cooperation between Italy and Vietnam; (iii) discussion on common research initiatives;  and finally (iv) dissemination activities.


SEAGAL (South- East Asia centre on European GNSS for international cooperation And Local development)

Duration: 2009 – 2010

Funding: Seventh Research Framework Programme – Galileo I Call – Grant Agreement no. 228061

Partners: Istituto Superiore Mario Boella (Italy), Politecnicodi Torino (Italy), Universidad Politecnica de Catalunya (Spain), Université De Franche- Comté (France), Hanoi University of Science and Technology (Vietnam), Asian Institute of Technology (Thailand).

Short description: The main objective of the project is the definition of an implementation plan for a European GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System) Collaboration Center (Navis Centre) in support of educational, commercial and technical needs in South-East Asia.

Website:  http://www.navsas.ismb.it/seagal/


JEAGAL (Joint European-Asian educational and application development programme on GALileo)

Duration: 2005 – 2007

Funding: European Commission in the Asia IT&C line

Partners: Politecnicodi Torino (Italy), IstitutoSuperiore Mario Boella (Italy), Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (Spain), South East University of Nanjing (China), and Hanoi University of Science and Technology (Vietnam)

Short description: The project aimed to foster the knowledge on the Galileo system in China and Vietnam through the delivery of workshops and the set-up of Galileo Labs, where research activity on navigation satellite system can be carried out.

 
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