A visual breakdown of the GnXact technology flow, featuring the integration from Galileo HAS Message Decoder to GNSS Receiver with orbit and code bias corrections, clock corrections, through to the Extended Kalman Filter.

Enhancing GNSS Precision: In-Depth Look at our GnXact Technology

Explore the latest in precision technology with Romanian InSpace Engineering’s ongoing project, GnXact. This Galileo-enabled project focuses on refining precision in GNSS systems, contributing to established markets such as agriculture, construction, and transportation. Learn about our current efforts to boost the capabilities and reliability of GNSS solutions for practical applications. For more information on the latest developments in GnXact technology, click here.

Preparing the DropCoal experiment for the ISS

The DropCoal experiment is one step closer to reaching the International Space Station! The research project, conducted by the European Space Agency, aims to investigate how droplets coalesce and mix in space. In order to study the phenomenon on the International Space Station, a similar experimental setup was tested in parabolic flight. The outputs of the microgravity experiment run by ESA and INFLPR had given insights to our colleagues in finalizing the design and manufacturing of the Read more…

RISE is among OneWeb’s Innovation Challenge Finalists

Today we are ready to announce that RISE is among the seven finalists of the OneWeb Innovation Challenge 2022. The challenge has drawn proposals from more than 70 innovators from 25 countries. Being named an Industrial Partner of OneWeb is both an acknowledgement of our work and a motivator for staying focused on following our path to become one of the main actors in the European space sector. We would like to thank both OneWeb Read more…

ECHO Network Is Online

GNSS Monitoring Stations deployed at 7 major Romanian airports Our colleagues have completed the installation of GNSS monitoring and interference detection stations at 7 major airports in Romania and their initial commissioning phase has begun. For each airport, the role of the stations is to provide the local Air Navigation Services Provider with GNSS performance reports and real-time alerts about any issues that could affect the GNSS-based operations: interference, jamming, spoofing or GNSS signal degradation. Each station Read more…

RISE presents Security Oriented Products

More than 100 experts from the security and IT&C governmental organizations attended the “RF Technologies, Products and Solutions Presentation – Applications in Countering Drone Threats” event organized by Tejas Development together with RISE and RFCore. We had a chance to showcase some of our most ambitious projects and our security related technologies to a highly specialized audience. The event proved to be a valuable opportunity in initiating potential collaborations to develop multi-disciplinary solutions to the growing number of threats in these areas. Read more…

First Light on Drop Coalescence hardware development

We are excited to share the first successful results of our colleagues developing the hardware for an experiment to be flown on the International Space Station. The video presented today shows a high speed recording of the dynamics of two water droplets coalescence and mixing process. One is a 2 mm diameter water droplet, the other one is a methylene-blue water solution and has about 1 mm diameter. The recording was performed at 7926 frames per Read more…

2 water droplets in direct contact

Installation of 4 GNSS Reference Stations

RISE has successfully finalized one of our most ambitious projects this year – delivering and installing a system of 4 GNSS reference stations broadcasting RTK correction for ships in the vicinity of the Romanian Black Sea coast. The 4 stations were installed at 4 landing lighthouses operated by the Maritime Hydrographic Directorate – the Romanian national authority covering the maritime hydrography and marine cartography, as well as maritime signaling using lighthouses.   As the official distributor Read more…

VaQube-1 Delivered

Our colleagues have delivered today VaQube-1, our first major piece of equipment for conducting tests on products for space. The main component of the installation is a vacuum chamber for long duration tests, built based on the requirements of the client, as it will be used for contracts with the European Space Agency (ESA). Our AIT facilities team was able to design, manufacture, test and deliver the product within 6 months from the order. VaQube-1 is a compact, Read more…

Announcing HaPPi HAT Compact GNSS receiver

Today we have finished the assembly and testing of our first product for the mass market: the High Accuracy Positioning Pi HAT. The HAPPi HAT is a Raspberry Pi extension board targeting autonomous rovers and UAVs offering sub-decimetre positioning accuracy in a compact and low-power device. For developing the HAPPi HAT we have leveraged years of experience in GNSS signal processing with our capabilities of high skilled electronic design. The board utilizes a professional grade GNSS receiver to compute solutions based Read more…

Iaso Presented Publicly

Today we had a public presentation of the Iaso COVID-19 Response Platform as part of the Sol-2020 Matchmaking Day event organized by UEFISCDI – the financing authority for R&D in Romania. The final presentation of the solution our consortium proposed took place in September 2020, when the full platform was demonstrated in real time with officials from the Ministry of Education and Research, the Romanian Space Agency, the Ministry of Health and the Special Telecommunications Read more…