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Alexander RÃGAMER, Fraunhofer IIS, Germany
Dirk KOWALEWSKI, NavXperience GmbH, Germany
GNSS technology is used for many applications: The surveying industry uses GNSS for
monitoring the continental drift, stakeout fixed-points, measuring maps of areas and many
other location based services. The construction industry uses GNSS for machine control and
logistics, agriculture for precise farming, power steering assists and other tasks like bringing
out manure, harvesting and plowing. Over the last 10 years GNSS has also entered many daily
life applications like car navigation and location based services (Google Maps, Facebook).
But GNSS is also used as a sensor for many safety-critical applications: the example of
guided lading approach of airplanes is well known, but it is less known that GNSS â and here
specifically the Open Service of the US NAVSTAR GPS â is used as a crucial sensor for
timing and synchronization of reference stations for telecommunication, electrical power
supplies, exchange markets and banks.
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