Septentrio has been selected by UNAVCO as the preferred vendor for multiconstellation global navigation satellite system (GNSS) receivers.
The Association of Global Automakers has called on the FCC to provide more certainty on plans to allow Wi-Fi and connected-vehicle applications to share the 5.9 GHz band.
Inmarsat and Rockwell Collins will expand their relationship to include the new SwiftBroadband-Safety service for cockpit and aircraft operations across the aviation industry.
Renesas Electronics and Cohda Wireless will collaborate in the fields of automotive vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) and vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) communications.
Cohda Wireless will demonstrate its V2X reference system, consisting of the Autotalks PANGAEA platform and Cohda Wireless V2X software, with a new partnership between Cohda Wireless and Autotalks.
The vehicle industry has taken a step forward with the formation of a 5G connected-car communications consortium.
Teltronic has been selected to replace the ageing analog system for the transport network in Brazil's capital.
Zetron has announced a partnership with Tait Communications to offer vehicle and workforce tracking with the development of a DMR Tier III Location Services solution.
Europe's 30-year-old tracking station in Perth has closed, but its New Norcia station has been expanded with the addition of a specialised 4.5 m dish.
The ITU World Radiocommunication Conference in Geneva has chosen the 79 GHz frequency band for use by automotive radar, with the aim of developing anticollision mechanisms to improve road safety.
Inmarsat, together with Airservices Australia, Qantas and Virgin, has finalised an evaluation of improved flight tracking services on airline flights to and from Australia using existing satellite communications.
Boeing has successfully demonstrated a digital version of GPS III navigation signals, a breakthrough that could contribute to significantly modernising the service.