As a result of the cooperation between the French Space Agency (CNES), the French Scientific Institute dedicated to mobility (UGE) and GUIDE, an article on the new contribution to the European standard EN 16803 has been published in several media.
Since 2016, the 16803 series of European standards provide an indispensable reference methodology to assess and characterize GNSS terminals dedicated to terrestrial autonomous navigations, i.e. subject to disturbances caused by the local environment (bridges, foliage, infrastructure, landforms, etc.). EN 16803-4 completes this series and is currently being reviewed by the standardization committee.
The industry now has the methodological tools to access the truth about the actual performance of GNSS terminals. The results obtained on different GNSS receivers can be compared in an indisputable way, independent of the test environment.
The truth about the performance opens the possibility for manufacturers to select services at the right price and to find the most efficient solution for their needs.
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