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INCT GNSS-NavAer

GNSS Technology in Support of Air Navigation

March 11th, 2022

ICEA military officer receives award for best ITA doctoral thesis in 2021

On March 7, 2022, Major Engineer Leonardo Marini Pereira received the Cecchini Award for the best doctoral thesis of the Aeronautical Technological Institute (ITA) in 2021. [...]

October 21th, 2021

INCT GNSS NavAer expands its GNSS receiver network

The National Institute of Science and Technology 'GNSS Technology in the Support to Air Navigation' - INCT GNSS-NavAer, based at Unesp in Presidente Prudente, through the TTIV Scholarship Holder Renan Pereira Biazini performed the installation of a new receiver at the Federal Institute of Tocantins (IFTO) in the Araguatins-TO campus, between September 26th, 2021 and October 01th, 2021, at the Space Physics Observatory. [...]

March 5th, 2021

Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Air Navigation

Post-doctorate to work in the area of Air Navigation, including algorithms that aim to mitigate the effects of the ionosphere, especially the ionospheric scintillation in the GBAS [...]

Novembro 13th, 2020

Ionospheric predictions for the December 14, 2020 eclipse

Paper supported by INCT GNSS-NavAer presents ionospheric predictions for the eclipse that will occur on December 14, 2020. The article "Prediction of the Ionospheric Response to the 14 December 2020 Total Solar Eclipse Using SUPIM-INPE", by Miguel Martínez‐Ledesma [...]

July 9th, 2020

Computer programs repository for Geodesy/GNSS

The GPS Toolbox website, affiliated with the GPS Toolbox column published quarterly in the GPS Solutions journal, aims to promote the distribution of source codes and algorithms discussed in the GPS Toolbox column [...]

April 30th, 2020

Work supported by INCT GNSS-NavAer is among Top Downloaded Article in Radio Science

The research paper "Ionospheric Plasma Bubble Zonal Drift Derived From Total Electron Content Measurements" by Dr. Regia Pereira da Silva et at., published in Radio Science, was one of the top downloaded in recent publication history, meaning that among the published works between January 2018 and December 2019, it received some of the most downloads in the 12 months following online publication. [...]

March 3rd, 2020

Air and Space Forces Want $100s of Millions More for GPS-related Priority Projects

When the White House submits its budget request for the Department of Defense to Congress every year, that is not the final word. The different military services also send Congress their unfunded priority lists, which detail the projects the White House chose to forego but, the services hope, Congress will add back in. [...]

December 4th, 2019

Divulgation of YouTube channel

INCT GNSS-NavAer now has a YouTube channel for scientific divulgation. agora com um canal no YouTube para divugação de conteúdo. The channel was created on December 03, 2019. The first video uploaded was created from the presentation made at 3th Seminário de Avaliação dos INCTs. This video can be viewed on [...]

September 6th, 2019

Deep-Space Clock Could Blaze Trail to Improved GNSS Accuracy

The U.S. National Aeronautic and Space Administration (NASA) has activated an orbiting ultra-precise atomic clock orbiting aboard a spacecraft provided by General Atomics Electromagnetic Systems. If the clock performs as well in space as it has in the lab, losing only one second every 10 million years, the technology could enable far-reaching deep space missions [...]

July 30th, 2019

Ionospheric Continuous Monitoring Stations Network

Even before INCT GNSS-NavAer, our team was already dedicated to the study of ionospheric scintillation. In this context, two previous thematic projects, CIGALA and CALIBRA, provided resources for the implementation of an ionospheric scintillation monitoring network in the Brazilian territory. This network remains active and continually expanding [...]

October 2th, 2017

Workshop of GNSS in Support for Air Navigation I

Event featured a specialist international speaker with extensive experience in air traffic management. The National Institute of Science and Technology GNSS Technology in Support of Air Navigation–INCT GNSS-NavAer─held the first edition of its workshop, between 28 and 30 November at the Faculty of Science and Technology (FCT) / Unesp at Presidente Prudente city [...]

December 4th, 2017

Discover the multiple uses of GNSS

Global Satellite Navigation Systems (GNSS) make it possible to know the position of an object anywhere on the Earth's surface. The most famous navigation system is the GPS developed by the USA. However, in addition to it, there are other systems such as the russian GLONASS and, in the future, the european GALILEO and the chinese COMPASS. What they have in common is that they do much more than show the way to your home, serving for various monitoring jobs and atmospheric and surface measurements [...]

July 30th, 2019

Ionospheric Continuous Monitoring Stations Network

Even before INCT GNSS-NavAer, our team was already dedicated to the study of ionospheric scintillation. In this context, two previous thematic projects, CIGALA and CALIBRA, provided resources for the implementation of an ionospheric scintillation monitoring network in the Brazilian territory. This network remains active and continually expanding [...]

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