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All good things are cheap; all bad are very dear. Low-cost GNSS precise positioning research highlighted in the GPS World magazine

Monday 2 October 2017 10:04am

The low-cost GNSS receiver precise (millimeter-level) positioning research, conducted by Dr. Robert Odolinski (School of Surveying) and Prof Peter J. G. Teunissen (Curtin University, Australia), has been recognized in the Innovation column of the GPS World magazine. GPS World has covered the global positioning industry since 1989, and in 2015 their website had over 600 000 users and 1.3 million views as the world-leading magazine of its kind. The Innovation column is edited by Prof Richard Langley (University of New Brunswick, Canada):


The PDF version (with better layout) can also be found here (needs subscription). For more information on Dr. Robert Odolinski’s research, view his Profile or contact him.