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European Satellite Navigation Competition 2015

February 29, 2016

Septentrio Awarded AiRobot – Winners of the Special Septentrio Galileo Masters (Flanders Challenge) Prize 2015 – with an AsteRx-m UAS Receiver

Leuven, Belgium, 29 February 2016 – Septentrio, a leading designer and manufacturer of GNSS solutions recently awarded the winners of the Galileo Masters (Flanders Challenge) of the European Satellite Navigation Competition 2015 a special prize of the AsteRx-m UAS receiver for demonstrating the most innovative use of high precision GNSS positioning for their project: “UAV

October 21, 2015

Life-Saving Maritime Rescue Drone Wins European Satellite Navigation Competition 2015

Berlin / Oberpfaffenhofen, October 21 2015 —This evening, the global satellite navigation community gathered at the ddb forum in Berlin to recognise the year's most brilliant innovations in commercial applications of satellite technology. The project POSEIDRON won over the international jury of experts with its remote-controlled multicopter built to support maritime search-and-rescue services - and took