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  • Aerospace and Defence Forum 2016

    An Industry Event Hosted by National Instruments

    Royal Berkshire Conference Centre Reading, UK

    "Navigating in a Digital New World: How Ubiquitous Localization (GNSS), Sensing (IOT) and

    Communications (5G) are mapping our planet"

    Dr. ing. Marco Lisi Manager and Space Scientist

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    Summary We are at the dawn of the discovery of a New World: not

    a virtual one, but the digital representation, in all its minute details, of our physical world, of planet Earth;

    This epochal transition in the history of mankind is being triggered by three main technological trends:

    1. Ubiquitous Sensing 2. Ubiquitous Connectivity 3. Ubiquitous Localization and Timing

    Enormous amounts of data are being collected daily and at an exponentially increasing rate. 99% of them is digitized and 50% has an associated IP address;

    We are going for a detailed digital mapping of the world around us. It is an entirely New World

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    Our Digital World in Figures

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    IoT Exponential Growth

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    IoT in our Everyday Life

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    The World, yesterday

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    the World, today

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    the World, tomorrow.

    Miniaturized Atomic Clocks

    Miniaturized Inertial

    Platforms

    Miniaturized GNSS

    Receivers

    Miniaturized RFIDs (Smart Dust)

    Smartphones

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    5G: the Next Wave in Mobile Communications

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    5G Infrastructure Architecture

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    5G and the Internet of Things

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    GNSS Multi-Constellation Scenario

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    The European GNSS: Galileo

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    Galileo System Architecture

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    Galileo FOC Satellites

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    Clocks Accuracy Evolution

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    Galileo On-board Atomic Clock

    "Passive Hydrogen Maser" (PHM): 1 second every 3 milion years!

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    GNSS: a Constellation of Ultra Stable Clocks

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    Galileo as a worldwide UTC reference

    UTC: UNIVERSAL TIME COORDINATED

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    GNSS Timing and Critical Infrastructures

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    Penetration of GNSS Devices

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    Towards a Brave New Digital World

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    More real than reality itself?

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    The Global PNT Infrastructure

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    The Global Systems of Systems Infrastructure

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    Sensing Telecomms

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    Conclusion: Ubiquity, Integration & Fusion

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    The future asks for an ever closer integration and fusion of Telecommunications, Sensing and Positioning, Navigation and Timing applications.

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    Aerospace and Defence Forum 2016

    An Industry Event Hosted by National Instruments

    Royal Berkshire Conference Centre Reading, UK

    THANK YOU {marco.lisi@ieee.org}

    Slide Number 1SummaryOur Digital World in FiguresIoT Exponential GrowthIoT in our Everyday LifeThe World, yesterdaythe World, todaythe World, tomorrow.5G: the Next Wave in Mobile Communications5G Infrastructure Architecture5G and the Internet of Things GNSS Multi-Constellation ScenarioThe European GNSS: GalileoGalileo System ArchitectureGalileo FOC Satellites Clocks Accuracy EvolutionGalileo On-board Atomic Clock GNSS: a Constellation of Ultra Stable Clocks Galileo as a worldwide UTC referenceGNSS Timing and Critical InfrastructuresPenetration of GNSS DevicesTowards a Brave New Digital WorldMore real than reality itself?Slide Number 24Slide Number 25Conclusion: Ubiquity, Integration & FusionSlide Number 27