Bridging Space & You.
What is GNSS?
Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) is an umbrella-term for a group of satellites which provide signals transmitting positioning and timing data to GNSS receivers. You may have heard of systems such as GPS, GLONASS, Beidou and regional systems such as QZSS.
The advantage to having access to multiple satellites or multi-GNSS is for heightened accuracy, redundancy and availability. If line of sight to a satellite is obstructed, having access to multiple satellites ensures uninterrupted service provision.
Multi-GNSS Asia (MGA) promotes multi GNSS in the Asia and Oceania regions and encourages GNSS service providers and user communities to develop new applications and businesses. The MGA also supports developing countries in the region to achieve its SDGs by supplying technical support on GNSS via seminars for policy makers and more.
The MGA Committee Members are international Experts who contribute in bringing forward its efforts and give momentum to the wide-range of activities the MGA organises.