Today, a large number of new applications, highly demanding in terms of positioning accuracy, would need to receive real-time differential corrections from reference stations that are 15 km or less far away. In this context, the density of the GNSS networks could become a key factor for the development of innovative services. Moreover, some new safe sensitive applications such as autonomous driving and drones’ navigation will need reliable networks of reference stations that shall be redundant and resilient not only to local spoofing and jamming attacks but also in general to cyber-attacks and emergency situations (e.g. earthquakes or natural disasters). In this scenario, the purpose of the GREAT project is the development, test, and demonstration of the next generation of low-cost GNSS reference stations: high-level performance but extremely cost-saving.


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