Workshop at ION GNSS+ 2017 in Portland, USA

Category: News Last Updated: Friday, 10 November 2017

A one day RHINOS Dissemination Workshop has been held in Portland, within the framework of the annual event ION GNSS+ (25-29 September 2017). The workshop was opened by the presentation of Francesco Rispoli on the overview of the main objectives of the RHINOS and sinergy with other ongoing initiatives in the railway domain. that Some presentations on PoC results have been carried out by Omar Garcia Crespillo from DLR, Sam Pullen from Stanford University and Roberto Capua from SOGEI. Then, Prof. Per Enge showed the roadmap for GPS/Galileo Railway Services and possible sinergy with ARAIM Working Group C. Then, he presented the possible Function B able to comparing accelerations from accelerometer to GNSS Doppler Rate. Fiammetta Diani from GSA underlined the importance to trace a rodmap for or GPS/Galileo Railway Services. Finally, Ales Philip from UPA showed the comparison of GNSS-based train position determination safety concepts for ERTMS/ETCS.
Then, an opened discussion among the members of RHINOS project participants was carried out to identify other possible future collaborations and how they can form a restricted group to give indication/support the activities of ARAIM Working Group C under the direction of the Prof. Per K. Enge.

Workshop Agenda

 

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