Hardware-in-the-loop GNSS testing

Hardware-in-the-loop GNSS testing

A hardware-in-the-loop setup allows the test of an entire navigation system (software and hardware) in the controlled environment of a laboratory.

It allows safe and controlled tests while saving time, budget and effort.

What is a GNSS simulator?

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GNSS simulators are powerful equipment used to test GNSS receivers with configurable and repeatable scenarios.

Why can GPS work indoor?

Walls or ground thickness prevents GPS signals to penetrate in indoor environment.

For many years, GPS was unavailable in underground environments due to natural causes. With the Software-Defined Radio (SDR) technology and its expertise in GNSS simulation, Syntony developed the SubWAVE™ solution, extending GPS Coverage to underground areas, restoring all GPS-based services.

SubWAVE™ Continuous deployed in a Bus Terminal in Stockholm, Sweden

Haninge Terrassen Indoors Bus Terminal is equipped with SubWAVE™ Continuous GPS Coverage Extension

South of Stockholm, at Haninge Terrassen, the new Haninge Bus Terminal has been equipped with SubWAVE™ GPS Coverage Extension. This installation enables full seamless continuity of GPS-based monitoring for bus traffic and allows accuracy to the passenger information system.

GSA Apollo Project

Apollo Project reduces GNSS receivers energy consumption for IoT

Galileo positioning for IoT. On January 14th, 2021, Syntony GNSS and its partners launched a website dedicated to the Apollo Project, funded by European GSA

GNSS Simulation takes a leap forward

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A hardware-in-the-loop setup allows the test of an entire navigation system (software and hardware) in the controlled environment of a laboratory.

It allows safe and controlled tests while saving time, budget and effort.