GLONASS signals will provide guaranteed accuracy

In the framework of the conference “Navigation on the gravitational and magnetic fields of the Earth. New Technology”, Organized by VNIIFTRI and the Russian Academy of Sciences, GLONASS General Designer Sergey Karutin said that the domestic navigation system could be the first in the world to receive certification.




According to the functionary, Roscosmos intends to make GLONASS the first system that provides users with a signal with guaranteed accuracy. Approximately certification can be completed by 2025.

We will strive to provide quality assurance.

- emphasized Karutin.

The designer explained that various types of interference, both natural (solar activity) and artificial (electronic devices), can influence the accuracy of determining the location of an object by the system. At the moment, it is 9 meters, which is enough for consumers. However, in foreign navigation this indicator is 2-3 times better.

Thanks to the use of the latest accuracy improvement systems, over the next decade it will be possible to improve the system detection rate of objects up to 10 centimeters. And after passing the certification, GLONASS can be used in unmanned vehicles, in cadastral works and even in legal proceedings.
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  1. gorenina91 Offline
    gorenina91 (Irina) 30 October 2019 17: 51
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    GLONASS signals will provide guaranteed accuracy.

    The designer explained that various types of interference, both natural (solar activity) and artificial (electronic devices), can influence the accuracy of determining the location of an object by the system. At the moment, it is 9 meters, which is enough for consumers. However, in foreign navigation this indicator is 2-3 times better.
    Thanks to the use of the latest accuracy improvement systems, over the next decade it will be possible to improve the system detection rate of objects up to 10 centimeters.

    - Yes .., so is this, or what, a “guarantee”?
  2. Sergey Latyshev Offline
    Sergey Latyshev (Serge) 30 October 2019 23: 30
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    Yes, they will again scold for criticizing the news ...
    in foreign navigation this indicator is 2-3 times better ..
    .. over the next decade, it will be possible to improve the definition of a system of objects to 10 centimeters ...
    ..national navigation system may be the first in the world to receive certification ...
    ... According to the functionary, in "Roskosmos" intend to do ...

    We may have the best running in the world, but after 10 years, an unkilled bear ....
  3. 123 Offline
    123 (123) 31 October 2019 00: 33
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    Strange news. I will not delve into the disadvantages of GLONASS, everyone already knows that there are not enough satellites, and which, in comparison with competitors, are of larger size and weight, with a shorter service life and accuracy of positioning. After the collapse of the 90s, even such a working system is an achievement. Plans for the future are announced, let them strive for the best.
    Strangeness is different.

    ... intend to make GLONASS the first system providing users with guaranteed accuracy.

    This is a dual purpose system. It can be used to aim at a target. Americans, for example, in the event of the start of a military operation, reduce accuracy and GPS becomes useless, I believe that such manipulations are also provided for in GLONASS. And what about the guarantee in this case? What is more important? To ensure the normal and uninterrupted operation of cadastral engineers and unmanned combines or to prevent the Basmachis from directing their jihad plane onto the target. In general, how to implement this same guarantee is not clear.
    1. yury semru Offline
      yury semru (yury semru) 26 November 2019 11: 50
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      As far as I know, in the event of a war, the encoding of the satellite signal changes. For civilian receivers, the new encoding is not available. And military equipment is able to work with a modified encoding.
      1. 123 Offline
        123 (123) 26 November 2019 12: 19
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        For civilian receivers, the new encoding is not available.

        That's it, and if it works, accuracy will fall at times. What kind of guarantee can we talk about in this case? Say, an operation is being carried out in Syria, and the system does not provide guaranteed accuracy in Egypt, Cyprus, and Israel. The word itself is embarrassing - a guarantee, if today we guarantee, but from the second to fifth there is no, and then again we guarantee, it sounds a little strange.