On September 20-24, 2021, Prepare Ship presented the project at the ION GNSS+ Conference. Uttama Dutta, Engineer, Dimension and Position at RISE, was one of two speakers presenting Prepare Ships at this virtual event and her presentation is now available. Below you find a part of her abstract that can be read at the ION website.
The increasing number of modernized GNSS signals and the availability of multi-constellation receivers are crucial for improvements of both precision and robustness of GNSS based positioning. However, the abundance of GNSS observations is not always useable as applications, using differential positioning or other techniques, may have limitations with respect to computational resources or communication bandwidth for reference data, and therefore require a qualified selection of a subset of observations for positioning. This paper is based on the work conducted in the project PREParE SHIPS funded by the European Union Agency for the Space Programme (EUSPA) on the specific application of Maritime Navigation using Network Real Time Kinematic (NRTK) and will focus on the satellite selection algorithms of the Prepare Ships dissemination solution.
Read Uttama Duttas presentation here.
Read the Paper “Satellite Selection in the Context of Network RTK
for Limited Bandwidth Applications” here.