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android.location - A Tool for Developers or GPS Researchers?

26th October 2017 in London at Business Design Centre

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During this talk Dr Lukasz K Bonenberg will share with you what is the difference between android.gms.location and android.location libraries, the advantages and disadvantages of using android.location, why GNSS community is so excited about android.location and what additional GNSS knowledge you need to have to enable the functionality. You will also learn about what information is already available from Google and European GNSS Agency (GSA).

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android.location - A Tool for Developers or GPS Researchers?

Lukasz K Bonenberg

Dr Lukasz K Bonenberg, is a Senior Experimental Officer at the University of Nottingham (Nottingham Geospatial Institute), working on low-cost navigation, sensor fusion and data analysis. He is the co-author of a GSA white paper, discussing Android RAW measurements, to be published end of October.

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During this talk Dr Lukasz K Bonenberg will share with you what is the difference between android.gms.location and android.location libraries, the advantages and disadvantages of using android.location, why GNSS community is so excited about android.location and what additional GNSS knowledge you need to have to enable the functionality. You will also learn about what information is already available from Google and European GNSS Agency (GSA).

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About the Speaker

android.location - A Tool for Developers or GPS Researchers?

Lukasz K Bonenberg

Dr Lukasz K Bonenberg, is a Senior Experimental Officer at the University of Nottingham (Nottingham Geospatial Institute), working on low-cost navigation, sensor fusion and data analysis. He is the co-author of a GSA white paper, discussing Android RAW measurements, to be published end of October.

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