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Nautical Space Applications
Ralf Ziebold
DLR, Institute for Communications and Navigation
Nautical Systems Group
Neustrelitz
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DLR sites /
Cooperation with Maritime University of Szczecin
Stade n n Hamburg
Bremen n
~100km
n Szczecin
n Neustrelitz
n Trauen
Berlin n
Braunschweig n
n Göttingen
Jülich n n Köln
n Bonn
Lampoldshausen n
Stuttgart n
Augsburg n
n Oberpfaffenhofen
Weilheim n
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Nautical Systems Group
-Research topic: enabling of safety of life critical vessel navigation
-Back bone for vessel navigation: Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS)
Source ESA
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Limitations of GNSS for safety of life critical
applications
- GPS as military owned single fully functional System
=> new future systems: GALILEO, GLONASS …
-Restricted accuracy in stand alone applications
=> Augmentation systems: IALA beacon, Maritime GBAS
-Interference / Jamming
=> Need of need of back up or contingency systems
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DLR approach of PNT (Position Navigation and
Timing) Module as shipside part of PNT System
ship-side components
links
shore-side services
functional
links
PNT relevant MSP
Augmentation Services
1…N
Backup Services
1…K
INS
PNT Module
physical
links
PNT relevant MSI
etc.
World Wide Radio Navigation Systems (WWRNS)
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