ION GNSS+ 2013.
With the official release of the Chinese BeiDou specifications in late 2012 and the rollout plans for Galileo, several semiconductor vendors will soon be introducing chipsets capable of supporting these new GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System) constellations. Multi-constellation devices receiving GNSS assistance data from GPStream GRN will have much greater success in areas where satellite visibility is severely limited, such as urban canyons or indoors.
GPStream GRN is the foundation on which Rx Networks’ and third party real-time and predictive Assisted-GNSS products operate, as used by over 700 million smartphones worldwide. Backed by a 99.999% Service Level Agreement, GPStream GRN is already the proven source of real-time assistance data for most North American mobile operators for their E-911 location platforms.
“Our reference network will be the first to commercially support all four constellations,” said
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Hybrid Positioning. Indoors. Outdoors. Every “Where”.
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