oneNav impressed Institute of Navigation attendees with downtown Denver L5-direct™ demo

Sunnyvale, California, 6 October 2022 –
Silicon Valley-based technology company oneNav showed off its L5-direct GNSS receiver technology at the September 2022 Institute of Navigation (IoN) conference. More than 30 attendees from four continents observed the L5-direct Customer Evaluation System (CES) get high accuracy location fixes using only L5 signals in what must be considered a rather hostile GNSS environment. Although surrounded by buildings on all sides, including the 37-story Hyatt Regency hotel, the 2.2 million sq. ft. Denver Convention Center, and the 483-foot-high Spire Condo building, multipath was no match for the oneNav massively parallel array processor and sophisticated AI algorithms. Static accuracy showed 5-10 meters consistently, while dynamic drive testing through the deep urban downtown canyons generally put the tracking path on the correct side of the road.

ION’s international membership includes professional navigators, engineers, physicists, mathematicians, astronomers, cartographers, and meteorologists. All who observed the oneNav demo came away knowing that the high accuracy single-frequency GNSS future they’ve waited for is here today.


About oneNav

oneNav is enabling AI-powered next generation GNSS silicon. Based in California, oneNav is developing L5-direct™ GNSS receiver technology for smartphones, wearables, drones, tracking devices, and more and has built a large L5-band patent portfolio. oneNav’s team comprises top GNSS experts from Qualcomm, Apple, Intel, SnapTrack, SiRF, Trimble and eRide. With extensive experience in GNSS system architecture, multipath mitigation, signal processing, ASIC design and AI/machine learning, oneNav engineers have designed and built billions of GNSS receivers on the market today and have collectively filed over 300 career GNSS patents. World-class VC investors include Google Ventures, Norwest Venture Partners, and IQT.

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