gAGE is a Consortium of an University Research Group (gAGE/UPC) and a Spin-off Company (gAGE-NAV, S.L.), developing Advanced Research and Innovative Applications on GNSS Navigation and Earth Observation.
The activity portfolio of gAGE includes new algorithms for Wide Area navigation and Fast Precise Point Positioning at the centimetre-level of accuracy using GPS/Galileo signals, SBAS and GBAS studies, and precise Ionospheric and tropospheric sounding. Educational activities include GNSS teaching at different University levels (undergraduate, Master and Ph.D.).
Dr. Manuel Hernández Pajares , Dr. José M. Juan Zornoza and Dr. Jaume Sanz Subirana created the Research Group of Astronomy and Geomatics (gAGE/UPC) of the Technical University of Catalonia (UPC) in the 1987 and founded the company gAGE-NAV S.L. in 2009, as an University Spin-off.
The European Satellite Navigation Competition (ESNC) values innovation, especially when it comes to new business ideas involving satellite navigation. This is why it wants to give you the opportunity to present and promote your idea - and eventually put it into practice.
The invention concerns a real-time navigation method for locating a rover using three-carrier radio signals of three different frequencies to determine the position of a user, transmitted by satellites.
The R+D+i projects of gAGE/UPC on GNSS are provided in this section.
It includes a Project server (password protected) with the reports and working files available for the difefrent partners.