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Navigation and sensing technologies
The Navigation and sensing technologies group focuses on sensor and sensing technology suitable for navigation applications. The group utilizes optical, inertial and other physical sensing methods and evaluates and develops state-of-the-art algorithms to process and fuse the sensor data..
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5G-assisted Ground-based Galileo-GPS receiver Group
The objective of the 5G-assisted Ground-based Galileo-GPS receiver Group with Inertial and Visual Enhancement (5GIVE) project is to investigate how to combine satellite positioning techniques with motion sensors and terrestrial radio signals so that the accuracy of the positioning could be enhanced in challenging environments where satellite signals suffer from multipath propagation.
GEARS - Galileo Authenticated Robust Timing System
In addition to position data satellite navigation provides very accurate timing information, and it is used in many applications for time determination.
Advanced Mission Concepts: R&D for robust EGNSS Timing Services
The project is investigating the possibilities of developing a robust timing service based on European Global Satellite Navigation Systems (EGNSS), using Galileo and EGNOS as a base.
Arctic Navigation Challenges
The goal of the ARKKI project is twofold. First, we identify the most significant challenges that are faced in navigation and geospatial information based applications in Arctic areas. Then, based on this study, an action plan will be proposed to recommend pan-Arctic solutions to the identified challenges.