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G alileo T est R ange 21 March 2007, Rome Raniero Pasquali Telespazio SpA
All rights reserved © 2007, Telespazio A Contribution to the Development of Satellite Navigation Gtr is the Italian Permanent Laboratory and Centre of Excellence in Satellite Navigation. Gtr main objectives are to support: the exploitation of knowledge and expertise in the Satellite Navigation domain (R&D, Universities, SME, Industries), the validation of Galileo signal and of GNSS terminals and applications, the innovation in GNSS products, application and services market, the regulation and standardisation processes of Galileo products and applications in Italy and in Europe, European and international cooperation in GNSS for technological exchange/transfer, bilateral programmes, R&D, and tech evolution studies.
All rights reserved © 2007, Telespazio Gtr Phases and Actors Gtr Fase A Gtr Fase B CustomersIndustrial Consortium Gtr Fase A KO on July 2005 Feb 07 started Acceptance Tests of the Infrastructure By Mid 07 Starting of Pre-Operational Validation Phase Gtr Fase B By End 07 Starting of Gtr Phase B By End 09 Validating
All rights reserved © 2007, Telespazio Architecture of Gtr Fase A Principal elements are: GTR Analysis and Control Centre: Control Centre, Orbit, Time & synchronisation facility, Integrity Facility, General purpose Lab, Service and conference facilities, training facilities. GTR Test Area: a network of Pseudolites generate GNSS signal (GPS in Fase A, GPS and Galileo in Fase B) for testing purposes. In FaseA, two pseudolites are relocable/transportable. GTR Experimental Area: network of Fiducial Differential GNSS stations around Rome to support perfo experiment. Sensor Stations: to receive and monitor GTR signals, and available GNSS Signal in Space, including Giove
All rights reserved © 2007, Telespazio Gtr Fase A \ Roma Test Area Experimental Area Pseudolites Ntw Differential Stations Ntw GTR ACC Centre
All rights reserved © 2007, Telespazio Gtr Fase B: Main functions and improvements Fase B shall complete GTR infrastructure as realised in Fase A. Gtr will provide direct access to the real Galileo signals, under fully controlled conditions in a terrestrial Environment and a full fledged Laboratories. Improving Gtr Control Centre and Labs capabilities. Extending number and capabilities of Pseudolites. Extending number of Differential Stations and of Sensors Stations Extending and maintaining different controlled environments areas for different applications (including indoor, governmental and innovative applications).
All rights reserved © 2007, Telespazio www.gtr-italy.eu
All rights reserved © 2007, Telespazio The Visit of Today Overall duration14:30 -> 15:30 Three Groups, leaving this room c.a. 10 minutes of interval –Group 1 reference person MYSELF –Group 2 Refernce Person ANTONIO SALONICO –Group 3 Reference Person RICCARDO NICOLE Each visit shall last c.a. 30 minutes Transfer on foot
All rights reserved © 2007, Telespazio GTR Building The Analysis & Control Centre 1700m 2 over 3 floors: GF GF:Service Room + 6 Offices 1F 1F:Control Centre + 4 Offices 2F 2F:Laboratories + 4 Offices
All rights reserved © 2007, Telespazio GTR–CCGTR–LabGTR–TLFGTR–OLFGTR–ILF GTR Analysis & Control Centre GTR Control CentreGTR Laboratory Integrity Laboratory Facility Signal Generator Facility GTR Time Laboratory Facility GTR Processing Facility Orbitography Laboratory Facility GTR Elements
All rights reserved © 2007, Telespazio GTR – Ground Floor The Reception The Conference Room
All rights reserved © 2007, Telespazio Mobile Pseudolite
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