How high precision GNSS enables new automotive applications

Presented by Markus Irslinger, Rohde & Schwarz, and Colm Mulligan, Rohde & Schwarz

The typical positional accuracy provided by standalone GNSS is 3-10 meters, which is suitable for automotive applications such as navigation and emergency call. With the emergence of high-precision GNSS, able to mitigate the influence of errors, sub-decimeter positional accuracy is possible and it becomes usable for more advanced applications such as C-V2X and autonomous driving. However, there are many important aspects that should be considered when developing high precision GNSS receivers and using the service for safety-critical applications.

In this webinar, you will learn about:

  • The basic principles of high precision GNSS
  • How GNSS networks and error correction work
  • Using high precision GNSS for automotive applications
  • Testing high precision GNSS