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JUL-AUG 2019

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4 Inside GNSS J U L Y / A U G U S T 2 0 1 9 www.insidegnss.com TECHNICAL ARTICLES 22 GPS Combined with Galileo to Provide Robust Timing for the Financial Sector Precision Timing Ricardo Píriz, Pedro Roldán, and Esteban Garbin A pilot customer of this new time service is currently the Madrid Stock Exchange (Bolsa de Madrid), connected to GMV's datacenter by a network link of around 50 kilometers. 48 Perceived Environment Aided GNSS Single Point Positioning An Example using a LiDAR Scanner Weisong Wen and Li-Ta Hsu Taking autonomous driving as an example, instead of simply using LiDAR odometry to provide receiver movement between two data epochs, the authors make use of the objects detected by LiDAR and describe them in the representation of relative azimuth and elevation angles to the receiver. COLUMNS 16 Washington View Ligado Presses For Decision on Frequencies Neighboring GPS Dee Ann Divis TABLE OF CONTENTS JULY/AUGUST 2019 VOLUME 14 NUMBER 4 Table of Contents BY THE NUMBERS 10 inking Allowed 12 360 Degrees 14 Hotspots ARTICLES 16 Washington View 22 Precision Timing 28 Working Papers 40 UAS & the Law 48 Single Point Positioning 56 STAN with LEO DEPARTMENTS 66 Advertisers Index 66 GNSS Timeline ON THE COVER 56 New-Age Satellite-Based Navigation STAN: Simultaneous Tracking and Navigation with LEO Satellite Signals Zak M. Kassas, Joshua J. Morales, and Joe J. Khalife is STAN framework is demonstrated in realistic simulation environments and experimentally on a ground vehicle and on an unmanned aerial vehicle, showing the potential of achieving meter-level-accurate navigation. Simultaneous Tracking and Navigation with LEO Satellite Signals is demonstrated and shows the potential of achieving meter-level-accurate navigation. Financial sector using pilot time service. Photo: GMV.

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