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PROPOSAL FOR AMENDMENTS TO THE NEW DRAFT REGULATION ON ACCIDENT EMERGENCY CALL SYSTEMS
"GPS" means the Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) owned by the United States of America. 2.14. (...) The GNSS receiver as a part of the AECD shall be able to receive and process individual GNSS signals in L1/E1 band from at least three global navigation satellite systems, including GLONASS, GALILEO and GPS. 17.3.3. The GNSS receiver as a part of the AECD shall be able to receive and process combined GNSS signals in L1/E1 band from at least three global navigation satellite systems, including GLONASS, GALILEO, GPS, and SBAS. 17.3.4.
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PROPOSAL FOR NEW REGULATION NO. XXX ON ACCIDENT EMERGENCY CALL SYSTEMS (AECS)
The GNSS receiver being a part of the AECC shall be capable of receiving and processing individual GNSS signals in L1/E1 band from at least three global navigation satellite systems, including GLONASS, GALILEO and GPS. 7.3.3. (...) The GNSS receiver as a part of the AECD shall be able to receive and process individual GNSS signals in L1/E1 band from at least three global navigation satellite systems, including GLONASS, GALILEO and GPS. 17.3.3. The GNSS receiver as a part of the AECD shall be able to receive and process combined GNSS signals in L1/E1 band from at least three global navigation satellite systems, including GLONASS, GALILEO, GPS, and SBAS. 17.3.4.
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REPORT ON THE UNITED NATIONS / REPUBLIC OF MOLDOVA / UNITED STATES OF AMERICA WORKSHOP ON APPLICATIONS OF GLOBAL NAVIGATION SATELLITE SYSTEMS, (CHISINAU, 17-21 MAY 2010)
The United States of America’s Global Positioning System (GPS), the Russian Federation’s Global Navigation Satellite System (GLONASS), Europe’s Galileo satellite navigation system and China’s Compass/BeiDou navigation system are designed to comprise a constellation of 24 or more satellites, ensuring that signals from at least four satellites are available at any location. In addition, there are the Global Positioning System and Geostationary (GEO) Augmented Navigation System (GAGAN) of India and the Quasi-Zenith Satellite System (QZSS) of Japan, which are regional navigation satellite systems. (...) The four core systems and the two regional systems are augmented by additional information transmitted by space-based augmentation systems such as the United States Wide-area Augmentation System, the Russian System of Differential Correction and Monitoring and the European Geostationary Navigation Overlay Service. Each GNSS broadcasts a range of different signals on a number of frequencies that are used to advance applications that were pioneered using GPS and GLONASS. 10.
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REPORT ON THE UNITED NATIONS/ZAMBIA/EUROPEAN SPACE AGENCY REGIONAL WORKSHOP ON THE APPLICATIONS OF GLOBAL NAVIGATION SATELLITE SYSTEM TECHNOLOGIES FOR SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA, LUSAKA, 26-30 JUNE 2006
Presentations were made on GPS of the United States and the Global Navigation Satellite System (GLONASS) of the Russian Federation; these provided status updates on GPS and GLONASS and their modernization programmes. 16. (...) Participants were also given an overview of the implementation of the Galileo European satellite-based navigation 5 A/AC.105/876 programme initiatives in Piedmont and Turin, Italy. (...) The four presentations updated participants on education and training in global navigation and related applications, and research on and development of GNSS applications.
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REPORT ON THE UNITED NATIONS / INTERNATIONAL ASTRONAUTICAL FEDERATION WORKSHOP ON GLOBAL NAVIGATION SATELLITE SYSTEM APPLICATIONS FOR HUMAN BENEFIT AND DEVELOPMENT (PRAGUE, 24-25 SEPTEMBER 2010)
It could also save air navigation service providers money by eliminating some ground-based navigation aids. 22. Presentations at the session also reviewed the advantages of using the System of Differential Corrections and Monitoring with the support of the Global Navigation Satellite System (GLONASS) of the Russian Federation and GPS. The combined use of GLONASS and GPS signals (with Galileo and Compass signals in the future) increased the availability of navigation services, especially in difficult settings such as urban and industrial areas, mountains and rugged terrain.
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EIGHTH MEETING OF THE INTERNATIONAL COMMITTEE ON GLOBAL NAVIGATION SATELLITE SYSTEMS : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
The use of the signals received from existing global navigation satellite systems (GNSS), the best known of which are the Global Positioning System (GPS) of the United States of America and the Global Navigation Satellite System (GLONASS) of the Russian Federation, has become a cross-cutting tool to support growth in precise positioning applications. (...) Expert seminar global navigation satellite system applications 19. (...) Report on a multi-global navigation satellite systems demonstration project in the Asia-Oceania region 6.
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ACTIVITIES CARRIED OUT IN 2013 IN THE FRAMEWORK OF THE WORKPLAN OF THE INTERNATIONAL COMMITTEE ON GLOBAL NAVIGATION SATELLITE SYSTEMS
The Global Positioning System (GPS) of the United States of America and the Global Navigation Satellite System (GLONASS) of the Russian Federation are currently fully operational global navigation satellite systems (GNSS). Next generation GNSS that are currently being developed include the modernized GPS and continued revitalization of GLONASS, as well as the European satellite navigation system (Galileo), China’s Compass/BeiDou, the Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System (IRNSS) and Japan’s Quasi-Zenith Satellite System (QZSS). (...) This model contributes to the exhibit’s GNSS section, which already has on display three models of navigation satellite systems: GPS of the United States, GLONASS of the Russian Federation and Compass/BeiDou of China.
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REPORT ON THE UNITED NATIONS/UNITED STATES OF AMERICA INTERNATIONAL MEETING ON THE USE AND APPLICATIONS OF GLOBAL NAVIGATION SATELLITE SYSTEMS (VIENNA, 13-17 DECEMBER 2004)
International committee on global navigation satellite systems: draft terms of reference 8. (...) National or international entities operating under governmental authority that are responsible for GNSS and their augmentations or are involved in promoting GNSS services and applications and that are eligible for membership or observer status in the committee are: (a) Future and current global system providers, such as the Global Positioning System (GPS) (United States), the Global Navigation Satellite System (GLONASS) (Russian Federation) and Galileo (European Union); (b) Regional or augmentation system providers—GPS and Geo- Augmented Navigation System (GAGAN) (India), the European Geostationary Navigation Overlay Service (EGNOS) (European Union), the Wide-Area Augmentation System (WAAS) (United States), the Multi-Transport Satellite- based Augmentation System (MSAS) (Japan), Beidou (China) and other compatible systems; (c) International and regional organizations and associations dealing with GNSS services and applications may participate and declare their participation as members or observers. (...) Education satellite navigation centre/Moscow Aviation Institute education project Establishment of a centre for satellite navigation education, based at the Moscow Aviation Institute (MAI) facilities.
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DRAFT REPORT : ADDENDUM : COMMITTEE ON THE PEACEFUL USES OF OUTER SPACE : SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL SUBCOMMITTEE, 47TH SESSION VIENNA, 8-19 FEBRUARY 2010)
Recent developments in global navigation satellite systems 1. In accordance with General Assembly resolution 64/86, the Scientific and Technical Subcommittee considered agenda item 10, “Recent developments in global navigation satellite systems”. 2. (...) The Subcommittee noted that the GPS-aided GEO-Augmented Navigation System (GAGAN), a space-based augmentation system, was being implemented over Indian airspace. (...) The Subcommittee noted that Japan was promoting the Quasi-Zenith Satellite System (QZSS) and the Multi-functional Transport Satellite (MTSAT) Satellite- based Augmentation System (MSAS), both of which were augmentation systems of GPS. While the first QZSS satellite would be launched in 2010, MSAS had been commissioned for air navigation in September 2007 and, since then, had been providing aircraft with high-quality service. 18.
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ACTIVITIES CARRIED OUT IN 2017 IN THE FRAMEWORK OF THE WORKPLAN OF THE INTERNATIONAL COMMITTEE ON GLOBAL NAVIGATION SATELLITE SYSTEMS
Activities of the International Committee on Global Navigation Satellite Systems carried out in 2017 8. (...) Promoting the use of global navigation satellite system technologies as tools for scientific applications 1. (...) To inform a wide audience about the current status and future role of ICG in a multi-GNSS arena, and to receive feedback from the entire GNSS community, the Office for Outer Space Affairs participated in and contributed to the following international conferences and symposiums: (a) Munich Satellite Navigation Summit 2017, held in Munich, Germany, from 14 to 16 March 2017; A/AC.105/1159 5/6 V.17-08088 (b) Eleventh International Satellite Navigation Forum, held in Moscow from 25 to 28 April 2017; (c) Pacific Positioning, Navigation and Timing Conference of the Institute of Navigation, held in Honolulu, United States, from 1 to 4 May 2017; (d) Fifty-seventh Meeting of the Civil GPS Service Interface Committee at the Institute of Navigation GNSS+2017 Conference, held in Portland, Oregon, United States, on 25 and 26 September 2017. 26.
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