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The substantial growth of the Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) market is crucial due to its pivotal role in various industries. With a market value of USD 175.2 billion in 2021 and a projected 9.30% CAGR from 2023 to 2028, GNSS is instrumental in enhancing navigation, communication, and positioning technologies globally.
The Radio Navigation Module provides the main elements of the Satellite Navigation System, including the functional basis and Pseudorange Measuraments. The students will learn about Pseudorange errors and Navigation problems. The second half of the Program focuses on the all Global Navigation Satellite Systems and GNSS receivers. You will learn about Galileo, Glonass, Beidou, Receiver Architecture, Acquisition and Tracking.
The last part of the course talks specifically about the major Augmentation Systems, including the differential GNSS, RTK, and PPP. This part provides an overview of the Ground-based Augmentation Systems (GBAS), and Satellite-based Augmentation Systems (SBAS).
The course aims to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of satellite navigation technology and its applications. Throughout the course, learners will focus on the Global Positioning System (GPS) as the primary satellite navigation system. Additionally, they will explore other systems like GLONASS and BeiDou. Students will learn about the functionalities of receivers and augmentation systems to interpret satellite data accurately.
The main learning objectives are:
- Understanding Fundamentals: Firstly, students will grasp the fundamental principles of satellite navigation, including the functioning of satellite constellations, signal transmission, and receiver operation.
- Comprehensive Knowledge of GPS: Secondly, a thorough exploration of GPS, its history, architecture, and the various segments – space, control, and user – will be provided.
- Comparative Study of Other Systems: Next, learners will gain insights into alternative satellite navigation systems like GLONASS and BeiDou.
- Receiver Functionalities: Additionally, students will learn about receiver types, design considerations, and signal processing techniques to interpret satellite data accurately.
- Error Sources and Augmentation: Finally, understanding sources of errors and studying augmentation systems will be emphasized to enhance accuracy.
- Applications and Challenges: Students will explore diverse applications of satellite navigation, including navigation, surveying, timing, and mapping. Additionally, they will be exposed to challenges like signal interference and cybersecurity concerns.
By the end of the course, participants will have acquired the knowledge and skills to make informed decisions regarding the use and implementation of satellite navigation in diverse applications and industries.
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Benefits of the GNSS course:
- Certificate by SEAC – Space Economy Academy
- Support 24/7
- Enroll Anytime course
- Possibility to request a one-to-one mentoring
- Free access to future updates for both content and documentation
- Learn from experienced leaders from the Space Industry
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.