Merry Christmas and Happy 2022 from the NavSAS team

22nd December 2021
Unfortunately, Covid-19 pandemic is still threatening our professional and daily life plans. Despite such a situation, the researchers of the NavSAS group would wish you the best time to be spent with your beloved families and a deserved rest from hard work. Enjoy the break and keep staying safe!

Space-related Technologies: recent trends and applications at XXXIII Salone del Libro di Torino

17th October 2021
“The relevance of Space-related Services in the activities of the Esercito Italiano“ On Friday 15th October, 2021, Professor Fabio Dovis participated as invited speaker in a round table on recent trends and advances in space technologies. The speech was organized by the Stato Maggiore della Difesa of Esercito Italiano (Italian Read more…

European Space Agency chooses Turin for its new Business Innovation Center

21st September 2021
ESA chooses Turin to set a new incubator to support and grow up Aerospace Industry. The second Italian ESA Business Incubation Center is going to be established in Turin. An excellent opportunity for the development of Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) among many other space-related technologies. The European Space Agency selected the Read more…

IEEE Distinguished Lecture on Collaborative Navigation in ITS

29th March 2021
Dr. Alex Minetto, a NavSAS researcher from Politecnico di Torino, will hold a Distinguished Lecture entitled “An introduction to new paradigms of collaborative satellite-based navigation in ITS” hosted by the IEEE ITSS German Chapter. The lecture will provide the audience an introduction to new paradigms of collaborative satellite-based navigation in Intelligent Transportation Systems. Save Read more…

NavSAS is taking part in the testing phase of OSNMA!

5th March 2021
Galileo, the global satellite navigation system developed by the European Union, has started testing the Open Service Navigation Message Authentication (OSNMA) signal-in-space broadcasted by the satellites. NavSAS is at forefront of this new testing phase in collaboration with the Joint Research Centre – JRC of the European Commission. Our researchers Read more…

Merry Christmas and Happy 2021

21st December 2020
The NavSAS Team wishes you all a merry Christmas and a Happy new Year. Despite of the hard times we are facing all over the world we sincerely hope for the best for this upcoming 2021. Enjoy the holidays and keep staying safe!

TREASURE Autumn School in Turin, Italy, 4 – 8 November 2019

3rd January 2020
We all know for some time now that Galileo will challenge the existing satellite navigation systems, especially regarding the expectation of higher performance standards. But which features can be actually exploited in real life applications that demand real time high accuracy positioning, such as in the field of precision farming Read more…

Best Presentation Award and Student Best Paper Award at ION GNSS+ 2019

3rd January 2020
NavSAS researchers are participating to the ION GNSS+ 2019 conference that is taking place in Miami, USA, from the 16th to the 20th September. ION GNSS+ is considered the world’s largest technical meeting and showcase of GNSS technology, products and services. Congratulations to Gianluca Falco, Fabio Dovis and our former researcher Calogero Cristodaro for the Best Presentation Read more…

NavSAS researchers won a Galileo Masters Prize

3rd January 2020
A team of students from Politecnico di Torino has been awarded of the Italian Prize of the Galileo Masters international competition, for the project idea CAPS.loc, at the European Space Week in Helsinki, in Finland! The idea has been proposed by a team composed by Giampaolo Marinaro, recently graduated by Read more…