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Principles of GNSS systems and technologies program presents an overview of how the GNSS systems work and their main applications. It provides the fundamentals of GNSS principles and technologies, including an overview of the major augmentation systems.
The global GNSS market is significantly expanding both in terms of devices and services. GNSS are used in all forms of transportation and Positioning, navigation and timing (PNT) play a critical role in several day-to-day services (e.g. telecommunications, land surveying, law enforcement, emergency response, precision agriculture, mining, finance, scientific research…).
This program will help you to quickly understand and acquire the basics on Global navigation satellite systems and technologies.
The course aims at providing an overview on Global Navigation Satellite Systems and technologies.
It includes the basic principles, the theoretical framework for localisation and navigation, the GNSS systems architecture, the fundamentals of GNSS receivers and an overview of the Global navigation satellite system applications and of the major augmentation systems.
GNSS is continuously playing a dominant role in our daily life, and the demand of technicians with radio navigation knowledges is increasing enormous.
We will help you to acquire all the practical and essential concepts on GNSS systems and market.
Benefits of the GNSS course:
- Certificate of completion by SEAC
- Possibility to request a one-to-one mentoring
- Course developed in collaboration with RHEA
- Free access to future updates for both content and documentation
- Learn from experienced leaders from the Space Industry and Forbes List Makers
Global Navigation Satellite Systems
The radio-navigation concept
GNSS, all Global Navigation Satellite Systems
Fundamentals of GNSS receivers
Introduction of the major Augmentation Systems
Gerarda De Pasquale holds a Master Degree in Telecommunication Engineering from Polytechnic of Turin (Italy) with an educational background and a Master thesis strongly focus on GNSS systems. As of the moment, she is employed as GNSS Receiver and R&D Engineer at Rhea Group and she is working as consultant for EUSPA supporting the activities related to the European space programmes evolutions. Before joining the Rhea Group and EUSPA team, she was employed as Navigation System Engineer at "Intecs Solutions". From May 2018 to December 2021, she was a member of the System Engineering Team (SETA Team) supporting Galileo 1st Generation Unit (G1G) at ESA/ESTEC in the domain of GNSS receiver test and software development activities. She holds a certificate on Space Economy from the Seac Business School and on Space for Business from University of St. Gallen (HSG), NOVA School of Business and Economics Executive Education, Rotterdam School of Management and Erasmus University.