Velocity

2013

NovAtel's Annual Journal of GNSS Technology Solutions and Innovation

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1995 GNSS Technology NovAtel focuses entirely on GNSS, exits the mobile communications business. The following year changes name to NovAtel Inc. 1995 1997 Public Offering NovAtel completes an initial public offering of its Common Shares in the United States and is concurrently listed on NASDAQ with the offering under the symbol "NGPS." 1997 Introduction of NovAtel L1/L2 GPS OEM3 receivers; centimetrelevel positioning opens new applications for GNSS. 1997 2010 2000 NovAtel awarded FAA WAAS contract to supply ground reference receivers. OEM4 generation launches. 2001 Leica Partnership NovAtel forms strategic partnership with Leica Geosystems to be its exclusive supplier of GNSS. 2001 NovAtel introduces its Pinwheel® antenna design with the GPS-600 Series launch. For more Solutions visit http:/ /www.novatel.com 2004 Launch of SPAN® product is NovAtel's first GNSS/INS offering. 2000-2001 2011 2011 GAJT® Anti-Jam First ever single-enclosure GPS anti-jam antenna for military land vehicles announced at CANSEC. 2010 OEM6® NovAtel reinforces its technology leadership with the announcement of their next-generation OEM6 GNSS receiver platform. The powerful OEM6 platform offers comprehensive support for all current and upcoming GNSS constellations and satellite signals including GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, BeiDou and QZSS. 2004 NovAtel introduces pulse aperture correlator design for superior multipath mitigation. 2004 Waypoint® NovAtel acquires Waypoint, a GNSS post-processing software company. 2004 OEMV NovAtel again defines state-ofthe-art multipath mitigation and introduces GLONASS capability with its OEMV® receivers utilizing the pulse-aperture correlator. 2004 2012 2012 OEM625S® NovAtel announces the development of their OEM625S Selective Availability Anti-Spoofing Module (SAASM) Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) receiver, a collaborative effort between NovAtel and L-3 Interstate Electronics Corporation (IEC). 2013 2013 OEM638™ and ProPak6™ Two new offerings to OEM6 product family with highpowered options for demanding applications. 2013 SMART6™ Antennas NovAtel launches OEM6 generation SMART antennas for easy integration into machine control systems. 2011 October—after 15 years Russia restores a fully operational constellation of modernized GLONASS satellites. 2012 SPAN® MEMS MEMS inertial technology leads to smaller, lighter SPAN options. 2013 velocity 7

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