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An introduction to RF interference, jamming and spoofing

Receive an introduction to RF interference and the methods used to detect and protect against jamming and spoofing.

Where precision meets reliability: Enabling autonomy through GNSS corrections

Learn how GNSS corrections enable autonomous technologies through precise and reliable positioning.

Nobody’s Fool Jamming and Spoofing Detection

This free webinar will give you a solid technical grounding in the electronics of jamming and spoofing, and explore the tools available to detect, geolocate and mitigate such interference, whether intentional or unintentional.

Why is “good enough” positioning not okay in ag autonomy

Learn about the challenges of classic GNSS positioning and how we are overcoming them to support autonomous equipment in agriculture.

Frontiers of GNSS Accuracy

Learn about the evolution of RTK, PPP and the frontiers of GNSS accuracy in this webinar

Robust Dual-Antenna Receiver: Jamming/Spoofing Detection and Mitigation

Learn from experts at Hexagon | NovAtel about robust spoofing detection using a dual-antenna high-precision GNSS receiver.

Precision GNSS and Sensor Fusion in Autonomous Vehicles

Learn about improving safety and performance levels of autonomous cars through GNSS and sensor fusion technologies.

GNSS/INS Sensor Fusion with On-Board Vehicle Sensors

Learn about optimizing a GNSS+INS positioning solution across a range of IMUs.

Autonomy for Off-Road Applications

Experts from the Hexagon | NovAtel and Hexagon | AutonomouStuff discuss the importance of autonomy for off-road applications.

Precise Positioning Now for Everyone

Experts from Hexagon's Autonomy & Positioning division, the European Commission and DLR’s German Space Operations Center investigate, explain and demonstrate the newest high-accuracy GNSS correction service options.

Sensor Fusion in Autonomous Vehicles

Experts from the Hexagon | NovAtel, Hexagon | AutonomouStuff and Royal Military College of Canada discuss the importance of sensor fusion in autonomous vehicles. 


NovAtel at Intergeo 2020

Watch our presentations below for an in depth look at GNSS, its technologies, and the ways NovAtel is paving the way to autonomy through precise positioning.

High Precision Positioning for Automotive: Research & Development Through to Series Production

The needs of automotive manufacturers in all stages of production is outlined in this webinar and how autonomous systems are being developed to fully meet those needs.

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Autonomous Vehicle Safety: How to Test, How to Ensure

Experts from the Hexagon | NovAtel Safety Critical Systems team and from Spirent Communications share how to develop and test positioning solutions in autonomous vehicle systems.

Antennas for Autonomous Automotive Applications

For driverless vehicles, sub-meter-level positioning is required for lane-level resolution. Hazardous and misleading information poses a serious, disruptive and critical safety concern.

Detection and Geolocation of GNSS Interference

Real-world incidents of GNSS signal jamming and spoofing have become increasingly frequent, potentially interfering with safety and reliability as well as productivity.

Advancements in GNSS+INS Technology and Integration

Significant advancements in GNSS+INS technology in the past few years are pushing the performance thresholds to levels unimagined only a few short years ago. To learn what's new and coming in the future, watch this free on-demand webinar.

Safety-Critical Positioning

for automotive applications: Lessons from civil aviation                                                                                                                                                                                        

GALILEO: Dawn of a New Age of GNSS Service

Europe's satellite navigation system, Galileo, is about to launch its initial services by the end of this year

Signal Interference: Detection and Mitigation

As the number of GNSS signals being tracked increases, so does the potential for interference to dismiss the performance gains of using those additional signals.