Satellite navigation is continuously being developed further all over the world. The signals for the 2nd generation European Galileo system, for example, are in the final definition phase, but South Korea also wants to put its own satellite navigation system into operation soon. Since all systems worldwide use the same frequencies, the signals must be coordinated with each other with a high degree of precision. 

To this end, the Professorship of Satellite Navigation develops software tools and carries out relevant computations. This is done as part of two third-party funded projects awarded as a subcontract by Airbus Defense and Space for the European Space Agency (ESA) and the Korean Agency for Defense Development (ADD).

Project period: 1 January 2022 to 30 June 2023
Funding by: European Space Agency (ESA) | Agency for Defense Development (ADD)