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Expanding Our System of Systems



 
 
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Old May 30th 14, 10:39 PM posted to sci.geo.satellite-nav
Sam Wormley[_2_]
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Default Expanding Our System of Systems

Expanding Our System of Systems
http://gpsworld.com/expanding-our-system-of-systems/


Alan Cameron is editor-in-chief and publisher of GPS World magazine,
where he has worked since 2000. He also writes the monthly GNSS
System Design e-mail newsletter and the Wide Awake blog.

Putting GNSS into into use within much larger aggregates of systems
shows the greatest promise yet for earthly good. Goodness knows, we
have experienced plenty of benefit from GPS applied over 25+ years,
from back-up and fill-in provided by GLONASS, and with further
synergy anticipated from Galileo and BeiDou. But we ainít seen
nothing yet. Two presentations this month at the Geospatial World
Forum in Geneva show that teamed with other, non-navigation satellite
systems and the ensuing big data sets, GNSS leads the way into
21st-century illuminated knowledge and enlightened action. The
European GNSS Agency supports many innovative prototypes to drive
Galileo market penetration, and the International Centre for Earth
Simulation envisions building a Virtual Earth to better understand
the real world.


 




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