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Webcast: What a Space Based Augmentation System (SBAS satellite navigation) means for future growth of Australia and New Zealand.
Harnessing satellite-based navigation for Australia and New Zealand – What is it? and why we must catch up to our global partners
In 2019 the Australian and New Zealand Governments announced significant joint investment for the development and implementation of a joint Space Based Augmentation System (SBAS) – the Southern Positioning Augmentation Network.
The investment by both governments in creating the Network could unlock more than $7.6 billion in economic benefit over 30 years according to a 2019 report by EY and FrontierSI.
Register for the first-ever SpaceConnect webcast and hear from our panel of specialists as they discuss:
- What is the proposed Southern Positioning Augmentation Network?
- The strategic significance of implementing SBAS for the region.
- The technical challenges in implementing this capability?
- Unlocking the next generation of satellite-based positioning innovations.
WEBCAST SCHEDULEWednesday, 23 September 2020 2PM - 3PM AEST 60 minutes
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Wednesday, 23 September 2020 - 2PM - 3PM AEST
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