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NSL Attend ION GNSS+ 2016 for Detector Launch
NSL have had a busy three days at the premier GNSS conference, the Institute of Navigation's (ION) GNSS+ 2016. The event held in Portland, Oregon, is the focal point for the World's GNSS experts, companies and buyers.
The event saw the official launch of the second version of the DETECTOR product that is built by NSL and sold and marketed through Spirent Communications plc .
The GSS200D is a interference dectection, characterisation and isolation system that will operate on any two frequencies within the GNSS frequency plan. As well as for receiver testing and vulnerability mitigation, the GSS200D is the ideal tool for protecting GNSS infrastucture sites to ensure they are operating free from signal interferences.
NSL also presented on STICK and STRIKE3 with congratulations to Mark Dumville who received a Best Presentation for the latter.
NSL ATTEND ITS WORLD CONGRESS AND WIN COMPETITION FOR 2016
NSL attended the ITS (Intelligent Transportation System) World Congress from 5-9 October, 2015, in Bordeaux.
In its 22nd year, the ITS World Congress hosted the world’s best and brightest leaders in the intelligent transport industry bringing together more than 10,000 experts and professionals from academia, public authorities, the industry sector and start-ups from over 100 countries around the world.
NSL exhibited within the European GNSS Village, a booth organized by the JUPITER Project to promote networking, knowledge exchange and business opportunities between the SMEs and a variety of public, including experts from around the world and end users. 20 SMEs and 5 Local Authorities/Transport Actors participated on this exhibit stand.
During the congress, JUPITER Project organized a competition between the SMEs to choose two of the solutions to be presented during the ITS World Congress 2016 in Melbourne, Australia, that will take place from the 10th to the 14th of October.
NSL and M3 Systems were selected as the winners to promote their EGNSS based solution and demonstrate the added value that these solutions bring to the ITS sector during this year’s congress, where JUPITER Project will participate with a stand under the European Pavilion to showcase the two winners.
RFI WORKSHOP, AACHEN WORKSHOP ON RFI THREATS TO GNSS RECEIVERS
NSL played a key role in the European GNSS Agency (GSA) hosted a Workshop on RFI threats to GNSS in Aachen, Germany, helping with the organisation, presenting and demonstrating the Detector, the World's leading solution for capturing, categorising and anlayising RF interference to the GNSS signals. .
Further details of this highly successful event can be found at http://www.gsa.europa.eu/news/gsa-hosted-workshop-rfi-threats-gnss-receivers