To improve Australia’s capability in utilising the next-generation Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) and to come to the fullest exploitation of the opportunities created, a new GNSS Research Centre has been established at Curtin University. In 2019, the GNSS research Center has changed to the GNSS Satellite Positioning and Navigation Group (GNSS-SPAN). The group’s research program aims at developing theory, models, and methods that will enable future GNSSs to fulfil the high accuracy and high-integrity requirements of tomorrow’s geospatial information needs in the Earth-, atmospheric- and space sciences.
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