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Directions 2014: Great Expectations



 
 
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Old December 12th 13, 10:18 PM posted to sci.geo.satellite-nav
Sam Wormley[_2_]
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Default Directions 2014: Great Expectations

Directions 2014: Great Expectations
http://gpsworld.com/directions-2014-great-expectations/


2013 saw a major milestone in the global history of GNSS with the
announcement by ESA that the Galileo system had generated its first
position fix using operational space vehicles. It is exciting to see
the plans of the GNSS operators gradually become a reality, whether
it is the ongoing deployment of Galileo and BeiDou or the
modernization of GPS and GLONASS. There is no doubt that GNSS users
worldwide will benefit significantly from these new developments.


 




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