Septentrio Reports an Autonomous Real-Time PVT Calculation using Galileo IOV Satellites with a Standard Commercial Receiver

Leuven, Belgium Septentrio announced today that they have obtained, based on live ICD compliant Galileo messages from the four Galileo IOV satellites, a first autonomous real-time Galileo PVT calculation. The standalone position was calculated from in-orbit navigation messages using a standard PolaRx4 GNSS receiver equipped with commercially released firmware.

This achievement comes hot on the heels of another recent Septentrio milestone; the announcement of a first GPS+Glonass+BeiDou PVT less than two weeks after the BeiDou ICD v1.0 publication in December 2012. This ability to rapidly incorporate new constellations demonstrates clearly the unmatched flexibility of the architecture of Septentrio receivers.

Today, Septentrio again provides evidence of the extraordinary value and expertise its customers gain from an investment in state-of-the-art products for which the company has become renowned in the world of high-end multi- frequency receiver design.

“We are delighted that Septentrio receivers are amongst the first to witness the readiness of the Galileo navigation message to perform a position fix from in-orbit signals,” commented Peter Grognard, Septentrio’s founder and CEO “Septentrio has been involved since 2003 in all major milestones that pave the way for the European constellation genesis.”

About Septentrio
Septentrio Reports an Autonomous Real-Time PVT Calculation using

Galileo IOV Satellites with a Standard Commercial Receiver

Septentrio Satellite Navigation designs, manufactures, sells and supports high- precision OEM GNSS receivers for the most demanding professional navigation, positioning and timing applications. Septentrio delivers breakthrough technology in the development of high-end GNSS receiver instruments and the integration of hybrid solutions. Septentrio receivers offer unrestricted signal tracking capability and the most comprehensive range of countermeasures to mitigate GNSS vulnerability. For more information about Septentrio, please visit our website at www.septentrio.com.

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