Awards

08.11.2015

26th of October 2015, Zhenzhong Su (Institute for Geodesy and Photogrammetry, ETHZ), Tonio Gsell (Computer Engineering and Networks Laboratory TIK, ETHZ) and Alexander Wolf (Institute for Geodesy and Photogrammetry, ETHZ) won two prizes as an innovator group at the international European Satellite Navigation Competition (ESNC).

Zhenzhong Su and Tonio Gsell  
Zhenzhong Su and Tonio Gsell after the prize cermony at ESNC

The researchers were awarded the ESA special prize and the Swiss regional ESNC prize for their innovative Real Time low-cost GNSS solution. Their solution shall provide (few) centimetres accuracy in real-time using low-cost GNSS receivers and wifi/internet transmission.

Diagram of the Real Time low-cost GNSS solution  
Diagram of the Real Time low-cost GNSS solution

ESNC is a European wide competition in satellite navigation. The Swiss Regional competition is co-organized within ESNC by Swiss Aerospace Cluster and Swiss Space Office (SSO). This year a total of more than 500 proposals have been turned in to ESNC from all over Europe and overseas.

Congratulations!

References

  • Zhenzhong Su (Institute for Geodesy and Photogrammetry, ETHZ), PhD. Student, Low-cost GNSS Geomonitoring, (Prof. Geiger), http://www.mpg.igp.ethz.ch/
  • Tonio Gsell (Computer Engineering and Networks Laboratory TIK, ETHZ), Electronic Engineer (Prof. Thiele), https://www.tik.ee.ethz.ch/
  • Alexander Wolf (Institute for Geodesy and Photogrammetry, ETHZ), Electronic Engineer and technical support (IGP), http://www.mpg.igp.ethz.ch/

 

 
 
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