Dear Geo++ Software User, the new GNSMART 2.0.0 release is available now. It is the first version capable to process multiple GNSS like Galileo and Beidou. The installer has been updated and is ready for download: http://www.anton.geopp.de/realtime GNSMART 2.0.0 is a stand-alone installer and can be either used for first time installation as well as […]
Visit Geo++® GmbH from 16th to 18th October at the Intergeo 2018 in Frankfurt (Hall 12.1, Booth 12.1.G.005).
In cooperation with the TUHH Geo++ proudly presents the new GNSMART Mobile App which enables users to access hich precision correction data fore measurements via a system composed of a satellite reciever and their smartphone.
The University of Nottingham is working with Geo++ and other Brazilian and EU partners to solve atmospheric interference problems that hamper satellite-based positioning in equatorial countries like Brazil. Press Release
Visit Geo++® GmbH from 11th to 15th June at the CeBIT in Hannover (Hall 016, Booth A18, joint booth Niedersachsen/Lower Saxony). Feel free to contact us to get free tickets (limited contingent).
Visit Geo++GmbH from 16th to 18th October at the INTERGEO in Frankfurt (Hall 12.1, Booth 12.1.G.005).
Geo++®GNSMART (GNSS State Monitoring and Representation Technique) is the first system in the world which offers the possibility of total coverage of homogeneous absolute positioning to centimeter accuracy in real-time.
Geo++ software empowers researchers to investigate precise positioning with smartphones and tablet computers: Realini, E.; Caldera, S.; Pertusini, L.; Sampietro, D. Precise GNSS Positioning Using Smart Devices. Sensors 2017, 17, 2434.
As Google released a new API to process raw GNSS measurement data with Android 7.0 (Nougat), we decided to develop an app which can write observation data into RINEX files to allow post processing and precise positioning for everyone in the GNSS community. So far, GPS, GLONASS, GALILEO and BDS are supported. Check out if […]
On February 8, 2017 the Kick off Meeting of the TREASURE project took place at the University of Nottingham…