Theoretical and Model Strengthening of Future Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) to Yield Improved Geospatial Information for Tomorrow's Society [ 2008 - 2013 ]

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Researchers Prof Dr PJ Teunissen

Brief description Australia is a significant user of Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSSs) because of its utility and for scientific applications (e.g., Earth-, atmospheric- and space-science). The national benefit of improved integer-estimation and model strengthening of integrated GNSSs is twofold: 1. all future scientific GNSS studies will rest on more reliable positioning and related solutions, and 2. the refinements to these high-precision and high-integrity scientific GNSS applications will feed into much-improved geospatial information for tomorrow's society.

Funding Amount $2,108,730

Funding Scheme Federation Fellowships

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