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Low-cost multi-frequency multi-constellation GNSS antenna for CubeSats

Satellites flying in LEO are relying more and more on Precise Orbit Determination (POD) through GNSS and in particular the computation of real time on-board POD with accuracy at centimetre level. Receivers for in-orbit demonstration of Precise Point Positioning (PPP) currently under development under NAVISP (NAVISP-EL1-009: ‘Space GNSS Receiver for Un-Orbit Demonstration of PPP’) and the…

Open Call for Proposals

Submit a 6 pages Outline Proposal Under NAVISP Element 2, the permanent Open Call for Proposals focusses on the development of innovative competitive products in the Satellite Navigation and wider Position, Navigation and Timing domain. The objective is to boost Member States industrial competitiveness in the fast- evolving navigation sector. Proposals are welcome from space and…

Resilient, Trustworthy, Ubiquitous Time Transfer

Secure and reliable time transfer is a key enabler for the next generation of services worldwide. A number of different applications such as 5G mobile broadband, mobile multimedia broadcast, power grids, terrestrial positioning services, financial operations, IoT, big data and cloud processing will require accurate, secure and reliable time information to be able to work consistently and…

High-Altitude Pseudo-Satellites for PNT

High-Altitude Pseudo-Satellites (HAPS) are airships “quasi-”stationed at a height of 20-30 km, in an altitude range where atmospheric winds are milder. HAPS are normally solar powered, unmanned, large, helium filled and semi-rigid; they can be operational for several years.  HAPS have been studied in the telecom domain (ESA GSP HAPPIEST study), where they were briefly considered…

Trusted Radionavigation via Two-Way Ranging

Wireless positioning systems based on passive ranging, as used in GNSS today, are very attractive and represent the most pragmatic and cost-beneficial solution for worldwide positioning in benign, secured environments; however, this may no longer be a one-size-fits-all solution for modern radionavigation usage as the need for complementary solutions offering adaptability, reliability and trust is…

Quantum-based sensing for PNT

The exploitation of quantum physics has already enabled revolutionary technical applications and industries of enormous economic scale. The semiconductor industry alone is currently a €500 billion market, giving rise to industries on an even larger scale (smartphones, computing, software, etc.).  Quantum physics is now again set to radically change several industries, including…

PNT using Neutrino Particles

This proposed activity represents an innovative concept to realise Positioning, Navigation and Timing using neutrino particles. At present, standard navigation approaches – including satellite navigation – rely on direct line-of-sight RF and optical communications. Neutrinos move at around the speed of light, have no electric charge and are low mass, thus showing very low interaction with…

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