Representatives of Amigo visit the Galileo Demo Centre Print Email

On 21tst August 2019 Mr. Dinh Hoang Diep and Mr. Nguyen Quoc Hoai Viet of Amigo visited the NAVIS. Scope of the visit was to discuss with NAVIS representatives the possibility of conducting, in the premises of HUST and with the collaboration of NAVIS staff, a workshop to promote the equipment produced by Spirent that Amigo is selling in Vietnam. The workshop, intended for the customer of Amigo, should be conducted in the first half of September and should include also a visit to the Galileo Demo Centre in which some products of Spirent are on show. During their visit Mr. Dinh Hoang Diep and Mr. Nguyen Quoc Hoai Viet spent some time in the Galileo Demo Centre to learn more about the different products that are on show.

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Journalists of the Hà Nội Mới journal (Hanoi News) visit the NAVIS Demo Centre Print Email

In the afternoon 13th August 2019, two journalists of the Hà Nội Mới journal (www.hanoinews.com.vn) came to visit the NAVIS Centre to gather information about the technological solutions that are under investigation at the NAVIS Centre in order contribute to the needs of the Vietnamese society. In particular their attention, triggered by a recent incident, was focused on possible aids for monitoring pupils during their transfer on school busses from home to school, certifying their safe delivery. Besides getting information on RTD activities at the NAVIS, the journalists had the opportunity to visit the Galileo Demo Centre getting an overview on the GNSS based solutions and equipment, developed by European companies, which are currently on show at the Galileo Demo Centre. The visit gave also the opportunity to explain the advantages of using multiple GNSS constellation and in particular Galileo.

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Representative of TeroMovigo visits the Galileo Demo Centre at the NAVIS to deliver to the Center the solutions of his company Print Email

On 18th July 2019, the Representative of TeroMovigo, a company from Portugal that developed different web-based solutions for GNSS related applications, visited the NAVIS Centre to bring to the Galileo Demo Centre all the relevant information about the solutions produced by the company. This to make it possible for the NAVIS staff to advertise and promote the solutions of TeroMovigo to local GNSS stakeholder that could be interested in them.

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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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