Galileo is part operational, but full testing is challenging.
With the Galileo positioning system now up and running and offering Early Operational Capability (18 satellites), and due to go fully operational by 2019, now is the perfect time to start testing your Galileo-enabled device.
It is currently possible to perform some limited Galileo testing by taking your device outdoors and seeing how it performs, but waiting until 2019 to test against the full constellation will leave no time to fix issues and could leave you at a disadvantage to your competitors.
Fortunately there is a way to test with the complete Galileo constellation now, without leaving your desk – a Galileo-enabled GNSS simulator from Orolia.
Capable of simulating GPS, GLONASS and Galileo, along with other regional GNSS systems, the Orolia GSG is the perfect GNSS test device for anyone that must have absolute confidence that their device will work in a variety of different scenarios.
With the ability to simulate different weather conditions, multipath (urban canyon) and other forms of interference, while also testing how your device copes with an attempted jamming attack, the GSG is a powerful and scalable test system that will help you make sure your GNSS device works reliably in a wide variety of scenarios.