March 2020 Newsletter- Celebrating Women GPS GNSS GIS

March 2020 Newsletter: Celebrating Women

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/// Women’s History Month: Celebrating Women in GNSS

Womens history month GIS GNSS
With March being Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day on March 8th, Eos wanted to honor some of the amazing women who use Eos Arrow every day in their careers. What better way than to hear from the women themselves? Each Tuesday in March, we spotlighted one on our social channels to highlight their contributions to the GNSS industry. Please join us in celebrating these five amazing women! (Did you miss it? Be sure to follow us on TwitterFacebook and LinkedIn so you can see future posts!)
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Eos Newsletter March 2020 - News - AMACHE INTERNMENT CAMP IN AR

Recreating the horrors of the past
Story from Geo:Connexion Magazine
In World War II, over 110,000 Japanese-Americans were forcibly interned in 10 camps across the US. After three years, the camps were abandoned and forgotten. One man is changing that with historical records, UAVs,Arrow Gold GNSS, ArcGIS, and AR.
Read “his”story.


Essex & Suffolk Water using 3D asset data technology
Story by WWT Online
Essex & Suffolk Water is working with MGISS to improve the accuracy and currency of asset data. They’re using Esri ArcGIS Collector and Arrow Gold.
Read the full Story.

ESA and European Commission preorder four more Ariane 6 launches
Article by Space Daily
Planned for Jan. 2022, “these launches will orbit eight satellites … to support the final deployment of the Galileo constellation and the replacement of certain satellites.”
Get ready for takeoff!

GLONASS-M satellite launched into orbit
Article by Tracy Cozzens, GPS World
“A Soyuz-2.1b launch vehicle successfully carried the satellite to its planned orbit from the Plesetsk cosmodrome. The launch took place on schedule on March 16.”
We have liftoff!

Four BeiDou satellites join system, last two launches set
Article by Tracy Cozzens, GPS World
“The four satellites include the 47th, 48th, 52nd and 53rd satellites of the BDS family, according to China’s Satellite Navigation System Management Office.
Read more.

Third and last GEO Swap successfully completed!
Article by EGNOS User Support
“[A]ll swaps planned for the first quarter of 2020 have been finalised and the Operational EGNOS Space Segment is back to the nominal configuration with both ASTRA GEOs (PRN 123 and PRN 136).
An update for European users.

Australia, New Zealand commit to develop SBAS by 2023
Article by Tracy Cozzens, GPS World
“The system will improve the accuracy of GPS and other positioning services from the current five to 10 meters to as little as 10 centimeters.
Get ready for the future.

Australia, Accurate positioning across Australasia
Geoscience Australia
“The new [SPAN] will be led by Geoscience Australia and Land Information New Zealand (LINZ) under the Australia New Zealand Science, Research and Innovation Cooperation Agreement.
Ex”SPAN”d your knowledge.

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/// GNSS Constellation Status: March 27, 2020

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Update on COVID-19 and Upcoming Events
As the situation surrounding COVID-19 develops, both Eos staff and event organizers recognize the impact of large events on public health. As a result, all April events have been postponed or cancelled for the health and safety of both exhibitor employees and conference attendees. Please follow Eos on social media and check back on our events page for future updates on reschedulings.
Check upcoming event statuses on the Eos Events Page