Gianluca Falco, a NavSAS researcher, is presenting a poster on the "Local GNSS Integrity Concept" at the 7th ESA Workshop on Satellite Navigation Technologies (NAVITEC 2014, 3-5 December 2014). The poster summarizes the content of a paper (available on the conference proceedings) titled:The Local GNSS Integrity Concept: Feasibility and Experimental Validation in an Urban Vehicular Scenario. It is authored by Davide Margaria and Emanuela Falletti and reports some experimental results which prove the practical feasibility and the performance of the novel concept of Local Integrity. This concept has been proposed and investigated in the framework of the EU FP7 GLOVE project (here the official website http://www.glove-fp7.eu/).
NAVITEC 2014 is the 7th of a series of workshops hosted by the Radio Navigation Systems & Techniques Section (TEC-ETN) of ESA. It will also include as part of its program, the European Workshop on GNSS Signals and Signal Processing, in coordination with CNES, DLR and the University of the Federal Armed Forces Munich. The aim of the Workshop is to provide an open forum to space and terrestrial satellite navigation technology designers, developers, integrators, users, universities and agencies representatives. Special attention will be devoted in this edition to the multi-GNSS navigation technologies and techniques, signal design, signal processing and integration of navigation technologies with communication services.
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A real-time prototype implementation of the Local Integrity will be shown during the live vehicular demonstration at the final event of GLOVE (11th December 2014, Torino).