July 2020 presentation for U.C. Berkeley's SemiAutonomous Seminar Series

Precise GPS allows automated cars to know thier own position with a high degree of accuracy, which is imperative for keeping a car in its own lane. Take a look at our latest papers on the topic:

Low-cost Precise Positioning for Automated Vehicles

Researchers at UT are discovering ways to make centimeter-accurate GPS affordable, reliable, and marketable, with some exciting possibilities for consumers. Take a look at our latest papers on the topic: 

A Dense Reference Network for Mass-Market Centimeter-Accurate Positioning

Advanced Techniques for Centimeter-Accurate GNSS Positioning on Low-Cost Mobile Platforms

The goal of the Machine Games project is to make drones a part of everyday life. Drones will use cm-accurate positioning service enabled by concurrent research at UT Radionavigation Lab. Take a look at our latest paper on the topic:
A Dense Reference Network For Mass Market Centimeter Accurate Positioning