BELS+ Workshop in Bandung, Indonesia Print Email

On 17th July 2019, the BELS+ Workshop “GNSS Technologies and Applications for a Sustainable Development: the European Contribution to Robust and Precise Positioning” was successfully held in Bandung, Indonesia

The Indonesian National Institute of Aeronautics and Space (LAPAN) very nicely organized the workshop in collaboration with the National Science and Technology Development Agency (NSTDA), Thailand and the Hanoi University of Technology (HUST), which are partners of the BELS+ Project. There were more than 50 GNSS experts and technicians (selected out of about 270 applications) that could share their experiences and exchange latest information European GNSS technology including overview of activities carried on by several EU companies which have presented their products which are also on show in the Galileo Demo Centre hosted at the NAVIS. At the workshop participated representatives of more than 20 different companies and institutions, while European Companies who had the possibility to preset their equipment were: ANavS, IFEN, MarXact, NavXperience, NSL, SpacEarth, SpaceEXE, Teleorbit.

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TELEORBIT has installed its equipment in the Galileo Demo Centre at NAVIS Print Email

On 15th July 2019, the equipment of TELEORBIT, a company supported by the BELS+ Project, has successfully installed their equipment in the Galileo Demo Centre at the NAVIS.

New equipment consists in technology products developed by FRAUNHOFER IIS, which are distributed by TELEORBIT. At the NAVIS the following products are displayed: MGSE, consisting of a multi-GNSS recording and replaying unit housed in a 19” rackmount system as well as the GOOSE multi-GNSS receiver in its ProPART housing. In addition, an interference detection and classification software called SAFIR is installed on the system that allows the detection and analysis of different interferences. Interested GNSS stakeholders are welcome to come to see the products and get more information. Stakeholders can also check out TeleOrbit’s website https://teleorbit.eu/en/satnav/ to get a first impression.

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ASI visits the NAVIS Demo Centre Print Email

On 7th June 2019, The Galileo Demo Centre at the NAVIS was visited by delegates of Italian Space Agency ASI, Thales Alenia Space & ALTEC, and e-geos that were in Hanoi for the workshop on “Italy and Vietnam: perspectives and elements for cooperation in the space sector” organized by the Italian Embassy at Casa Italia, Hanoi, Vietnam.

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Dr. Nguyen Trang from VAST visited the NAVIS and the Galileo Demo Centre Print Email

On 7 May 2019 Dr. Nguyen Trang from Ho Chi Minh City Institute of Physics, Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology (VAST) visited the NAVIS and the Galileo Demo Centre. Aim of the visit was to have more information about some equipment hosted in the Demo Centre.

Dr. Nguyen Trang is working in the field of ionospheric monitoring and modeling. Her institute is willing to buy a top quality GNSS receiver for supporting its research activities and the Demo Centre at NAVIS offers the unique opportunity to get technical advice while seeing and testing European GNSS solutions and equipment on show in the Centre.

 
Technical tour of FIG Working Week 2019 in NAVIS Centre Print Email

A technical tour was organized on 25th April 2019, in the context of FIG Working Week 2019, to visit the Hanoi University of Science and Technology and the NAVIS that is located at the university.

Dr. Bui Thi Ngoc Thuy, Deputy of International Cooperation Department, Hanoi University of Science and Technology (HUST), introduced academic programs and research activities of HUST with international partners. Some RTD activities conducted at the NAVIS were then illustrated. Dr. Adria Rovira Garcia from Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya in Barcelona (Spain) and NAVIS Centre presented the H2020 Marie Skłodowska-Curie Action (MSCA) entitled “High accuracy navigation under scintillation conditions (NAVSCIN)” whose scope is to develop an improved strategy to mitigate scintillation, a particular type of space weather perturbation. Finally a Software Defined Radio GNSS Simulator, developed at the NAVIS Centre and particularly suited for testing Black-Boxes equipping public transportation cars in Vietnam was presented.

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Participants to the technical tour had then the chance to visit the NAVIS Centre and in particular the Galileo Demo Centre that is hosting different GNSS related equipment and applications developed by European companies. During the visit personnel of the NAVIS Centre provided further information on the equipment on show and on the RTD activities conducted in the Centre.

 
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