Montreal, Quebec – The Laboratory of Space Technologies, Embedded Systems, Navigation, and Avionics (LASSENA) at ÉTS proudly announces the successful conclusion of the 3rd NESIVA Scientific Meeting, held on December 7 and 8. This pivotal event focused on the groundbreaking research in avionics and Software-Defined Radio (SDR), specifically highlighting the potential of Signals of Opportunity (SoOP) technology for positioning, navigation, and obstacle detection.

Key Highlights:

Cutting-Edge Research: Leading experts and researchers delved into the latest advancements in avionics, SDR, and the transformative potential of SoOP technology for autonomous airborne and ground vehicles.
Signals of Opportunity: The meeting explored the use of signals emitted by Low Earth Orbit (LEO) satellites and 3G through 6G transmitters to provide resilient Positioning, Navigation, and Timing (PNT) data, as well as mobile obstacle/intruder detection data.
Partnerships: NESIVA is proud to collaborate with industry leaders such as Leddartech, CRIAQ, and Thales, fostering a collaborative ecosystem for the development and implementation of SoOP technology.

Looking Forward:
The NESIVA Scientific Community envisions Quebec as a global leader in the field of Signals of Opportunity, revolutionizing autonomous transportation.

NESIVA extends sincere thanks to its partners, including Leddartech, CRIAQ, and Thales, for their invaluable contributions to the success of the 3rd Scientific Meeting.

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