First COREGAL flight trials took place on 28th April near Coruche in Portugal, targeting system integration tests. In the picture: SPYRO quad-copter (from UAVISION) with COREGAL GNSS-Reflectometry signal data recorder with two GNSS antennas pointing opposite directions (nadir and zenith).
6th Colloquium Scientific and Fundamental Aspects of the Galileo
26th October 2017
COREGAL has been presented at this international colloquium in Valencia, Spain, in session 3B "Remote Sensing: GNSS-Reflectometry" by Catarina Bastos, receiveing the best presentation award. Presentation emphasis on biomass test campaign results.
Present us your idea on possible applications of GNSS-R technology based on COREGAL platform. The winner will be invited to present its idea and join the consortium for future commercial opportunities.
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Galileo goes live!
15th of December 2016
On 15 December 2016, Europe's satellite navigation system Galileo will start offering its initial services to public authorities, businesses and citizens. COREGAL will continue testing activities with latest available satellites.
30th of September 2016
Technical presentation with first GNSS-R results on static environment available here.
SARGO GNSS-R instrument prototype installed on VTS tower in Lisbon, for continuous recording of GNSS-R data. Learn more about the instrument in http://sargo.deimos.com.pt
ION GNSS+ 2015
14th - 18th September 2015
DEIMOS will present GNSS-R results in ION GNSS 2015 event. Current status of the SARGO System and the results obtained with SARGO Instrument is presented. GNSS-R observables obtained with Galileo E5 are compared with observables obtained with current GPS L1 signals and Galileo E1, in terms of ranging accuracy . Taking into account the results obtained with Galileo E5, the expected benefits of using Galileo E5 signals for GNSS-R applications in terms accuracy improvement of the estimated sea level are shown. COREGAL leaflets have also been presented at booth 321 in ION GNSS 2015, Tampa Florida, USA.