FANTASTIC, a project funded by the European Satellite Navigation Agency – GSA, developed a device able to broaden the scope of professional GNSS applications, enabling them to work in harsher conditions, where they cannot today.
At the end of the project, was produced a video that provides a wide overview of project activities, and on several of the tests carried on in the last two years. The Space and Navigation Technologies Area had a prominent role in developing and in testing the FANTASTIC device. For the most part, the on-the-field tests took place in the Torino and Alba areas, in Italy, in collaboration with the Department of Agricultural, Forest and Food Sciences of the University of Turin.
The project results were presented in late June in a two-days, two-locations workshop (all the info here): the workshop was split in two to highlight the scientific collaborations carried on with the Joint Research Centre of the European Commission in Ispra, Varese, and the Department of Agricultural, Forest and Food Sciences of the University of Turin in Grugliasco.
More info on gnss-fantastic.eu