FrontierSI Shares Australian PNT Advances with Global Audience

FrontierSI has been invited to present on future GNSS trends, autonomous navigation, and space applications at the upcoming Institute of Navigation’s ION GNSS+ 2023 Technical Meeting taking place September 11–15, 2023, at the Hyatt Regency in Denver, Colorado.

The ION GNSS+ technical meeting is the world’s largest technical meeting for GNSS and will bring together international leaders in positioning, navigation, and timing (PNT) fields to present new research, introduce new technologies, discuss current policies, and exchange ideas.

Eldar Rubinov, Positioning & Geodesy Technical Lead, will be presenting FrontierSI’s work with Ericsson, GMV, and Optus on the 5G Precise Positioning Testbed that demonstrated the first end-to-end delivery of 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) LTE Positioning Protocol (LPP) High-Accuracy GNSS corrections using 5G in Australia. He was also invited as a panel member on the autonomous vehicles session to bring an Australian perspective on trusted autonomous navigation from sensors and signals to meet the challenges for mass market applications.

Joshua Critchley-Marrows is Space PNT Lead at FrontierSI and is leading a project on delivering PNT resilience and future space-based PNT systems. Joshua will be presenting work from his association with the University of Sydney and the University of Tokyo on a novel Pulsar-based Timing approach to assist low-cost atomic clock stability, and a Resilient PNT Policy review in eleven space-faring and space-dependent countries.

To review the technical program and register for ION GNSS+, visit the conference page here. ION GNSS+ attendees can watch the presentations online or join the event in-person to discuss FrontierSI’s work on GNSS+5G, SouthPAN, and space PNT.