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Autonomous vehicles demand rigorous testing that can be difficult to conduct on real roads. Here’s how we helped Italdesign create a flexible, integrated simulation platform.

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Developers of connected and autonomous vehicles are exploring the potential of RTK and PPP for precise positioning. This blog explores the need for lab-based simulation of error correction

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Developers of connected and autonomous vehicles must assess how well the vehicle’s antenna receives GNSS signals – and that requires over-the-air testing. This blog looks at the implications.

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Developers of connected autonomous vehicles must understand the impact of multipath and obscuration on the GNSS receiver. This blog explores the need for 3D simulation in the research lab.

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Positioning is a critical capability for autonomous vehicles, and requires testing over hundreds of millions of significant miles. We explore the case for simulation with hardware in the loop.

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Connected autonomous vehicles rely on a battery of sensors for position, navigation and timing. Our new blog series will look at four critical aspects of testing PNT capabilities in the lab.

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Recent events with GLONASS and with GPS in Australia demonstrated that navigation systems are vulnerable to software problems or glitches. The threat of jamming and spoofing are relevant for GNSS, where the power of the broadcast signals is comparatively weak (think of spotting a 40W light bulb from a few kilometres) and therefore susceptible to RF interference.

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In the US, mobile phones long ago surpassed landline phones and are now the most common way to contact emergency services. What emergency callers using their mobile device indoors may not realize however; is that a huge gap exists between their expectation of being located and the accuracy of current positioning technologies when used indoors.

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