GNSS Live Sky Testing

GUIDE, an active partner in aeronautics, collaborates with a highly qualified network of aviation experts . GUIDE offers a complete range of advanced services for aircraft manufacturers, equipment manufacturers, aircraft component manufacturers and for organisations.

Its services enable better control of R&D investment by laboratory testing of embedded GNSS functions.

The addition of in-flight 4D geolocation measurements to its catalog means GUIDE now provides an affordable solution to risk assessment for products, algorithms and general aeronautical services.

Each aircraft conducting the tests is equipped with instruments in compliance with aviation standards and is capable of providing high-precision trajectories. Data collection procedures are applied with the greatest rigour in compliance with the requirements of Legal Metrology (ISO 17025).

Since 1999, Europe has been investing in the development of the Galileo constellation and its EGNOS augmentation system. GNSS technology is increasingly used to develop advanced applications in the aviation sector, in particular for safer approach procedures (takeoffs and landings).

If the space infrastructure is validated and operational, then aircraft on-board equipment will evolve and quickly spread to the rest of the aviation sector.

With its testing laboratory, GUIDE contributes to the deployment of air navigation systems based mainly on satellite technology. GUIDE not only contributes to the deployment of PBN , and thus to the development of small airports, but also to better instrumentation for light aircraft.

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