Testing 5G and GNSS Hybrid Positioning
Location and positioning technologies are some of the most interesting areas of advancement in 5G. New use cases, from autonomous vehicles to precise indoor positioning, are driving the need for significant improvements in the accuracy, speed and availability of positioning information.
In this webinar, Spirent and Fraunhofer will give an overview of 5G enhancements to current positioning techniques and share insights into the development and testing of positioning solutions that use both 5G and GNSS.
Learn about Fraunhofer's work with Spirent's GSS9000 GNSS simulator, Sim3D signal propagation modelling, and inertial sensor simulation to develop the next generation of 5G hybrid positioning solutions.
- Drivers and requirements for greater positioning accuracy (autonomous vehicles and indoor positioning)
- Overview of cellular and other positioning technologies
- Timeline for 5G location technologies/3GPP standardization
- The need to test and the test challenges
- 5G and GNSS hybrid positioning simulation
Spirent will be joined by Fraunhofer, a leading partner for organizations using local and global positioning technologies to develop connected digital applications in production, logistics, security, mobility and sport/fitness.
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About the Presenter
Ivana Lukcin, Scientific Researcher at Fraunhofer
Ivana Lukcin has been working at the Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits IIS since 2012. Until April 2017 she was working in the GNSS receiver field with main emphasis on compressed sensing, snapshot positioning and multi-path detection. Currently she is working in the department "Precise Locating and Analytics" supporting the software design and development for different applications, e.g. for hybrid positioning with 5G and GNSS signals within simulations, emulations and tests. Ivana Lukcin received her MSc. Degree in Mathematics from University of Zagreb, Croatia, in 2012.
Stephen Douglas, Head of 5G Strategy at Spirent Communications
Stephen works for Spirent’s strategy organization helping to define technical direction, new innovative solutions and market leading disruptive technologies. Currently Stephen leads Spirent’s strategic initiatives for 5G and future networks.
With over 20 years' experience in telecommunications Stephen has been at the cutting edge of next generation technologies and has worked across the industry with service providers, network equipment manufacturers and start-ups, helping them drive innovation and transformation.