The success of realized projects which resulted in innovative systems and in for experts valuable products of highest quality, proves TeleOrbit® a reliable partner in realizing future-proof technology. This is a sample of our current activities:
AMELIE: Advanced Multi-Frequency Low-Cost High-Gain GNSS Antennas for next generation of Mass-Market Devices
The aim of the project is the study of advanced techniques for miniaturisation and radiation enhancement of GNSS mass-market antennas. Within the project one L1/E1 as well as one multi-frequency (L1/E1, L5/E5, ideally L2, L6/E6) antenna will be developed and tested.
ULP-Pos: Ultra-Low Power Device Positioning Concepts
The aim of the project is to study, design, develop and assess the performance of innovative concepts and paradigms for ultra-low energy (and low-cost) positioning devices, based on space-based PNT systems (GNSS and/or complementary/alternative PNT systems) standalone or in hybridization with terrestrial networks, that can make the adoption of space-based PNT as competitive/preferred positioning enabler for ultra-low energy (and low-cost) positioning devices.

BELS / BELS+: Building European Links toward South East Asia in the field of EGNSS

BELS+ website

Adapted from the official website: “BELS+ focuses on the promotion of the EU GNSS technology in the South East Asia (SEA) region. BELS+ supports EU companies that developed GNSS products and services to enter the SEA market, exploiting the NAVIS centre and its skilled researchers. BELS+ will enable the NAVIS to present the complete european GNSS value-added chain.” The latter was done by setting up a demo centre within the NAVIS allowing European companies to display and demonstrate their technology to interested customers and researchers.

Our activities:
• GNSS technology test and awareness campaign (done with BELS in May and October 2017)
• GNSS product demonstration at NAVIS Centre in Hanoi (July 2019 to January 2020 period)

RT4FMM: Receiver Techniques for Future Mass-Market needs
Development of receiver techniques for the mass market
Exploitation of GNSS raw code and phase measurements
Internet connectivity => GNSS Correction Data
Fusion of GNSS with other sensors available in consumer electronics:
• Inertial Measurement Units
• WiFi-RTT
Improved resilience to interference and spoofing
Development of a hardware platform, which is representative for current mass market devices
In-depth real-world testing of the platform
inLane: Low Cost GNSS and Computer Vision Fusion for Accurate Lane Level Navigation and Enhanced Automatic Map Generation

The objective of inLane is to deliver lane-level information to an in-vehicle navigation system giving drivers the opportunity to select the optimal road lane, even in the case of dense urban and extra-urban traffic. This will be realised through the fusion of EGNSS and Computer Vision technology. inLane will reduce the risks associated with last-moment lane-change manoeuvres and enable a new generation of enhanced mapping information based on crowd sourcing.
inLane is financed by GSA under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 innovation programme. Vicomtech – IK4, Spain is coordinator of the project.
During the final event in Barcelona, inLane was presented to ca. 60 participants and its real-world functionality was demonstrated by a demo-car equipped with the technology.

Pilot Implementation of Safety and Information Services for Ski Resorts


Brief Description:
Following pre-operational services are addressed in the SafeSki pilot-demonstration: CHIS (Consumer Habits Identification Service) and DSS (Documentation Support Service). These services were identified from an analysis of the requirements and represent the most promising opportunities in terms of technological readiness, costs and other preliminary indicators for business viability.
SafeSki is financed by ESA (European Space Agency) within IAP – ARTES 20. TeleConsult Austria GmbH is the project coordinator.
ESA Logo smallESA-Projekt
«MGSE: Multi-GNSS Simulation & Test Environment»
ESA Contract No.: 4000116130
TeleOrbit GmbH (prime contractor)
Fraunhofer-IIS (subcontractor)
TeleConsult Austria GmbH (subcontractor)
MGSE extends the existing GNSS technology products GIPSIE® from GPS and Galileo towards GLONASS, BeiDou, QZSS, and IRNSS constellations and GTEC© to provide L- and S-Band recording and replaying.
MGSE creates a GNSS simulation environment that provides the possibility and flexibility to use: synthetically generated data and recorded real-world samples – both exactly reproducible.
MGSE considerably improves the development, qualification, and certification process of GNSS receivers within the development phases and during validation/certification in end-to-end tests.
MGSE creates a GNSS simulation environment that consists of:

  • MGSE GIPSIE®: Synthetically generated data
  • MGSE GTEC©: Recording Unit: Received real-world GNSS data
  • MGSE GTEC©: Replay Unit: Digital GNSS IF or analog RF data
ease-iT People with cognitive limitations, such as dementia, who are cared for by day-care or at home, experience greater mobility and autonomy through the usage of GNSS-technologies.
The project is financed by the state of Baden-Württemberg. Project coordinator is the Entwicklungszentrum Gut altwerden, Sindelfingen.
smash: smart assisted secure home smash: smart assisted secure home
Located in Nuremberg, Bavaria, this network is connecting smart home elements with AAL (ambient assisted living) to result in intelligent future living. The participants work on combining four components: health care, real estate, and e-commerce as well as leisure time and social activities. An easy-to-operate platform will be available for the users.
NAMES© is the network project where TeleOrbit GmbH works together with the smash partners ACX GmbH and Fraunhofer IIS. Together, they are developing an indoor positioning solution by using Bluetooth Low Energy Beacons. Hence, MODIS® can also be operated as an in-house emergency call system.
mobQdem - gut alt werdenmobQdem: Mobilität im Quartier trotz Demenz (mobility in familiar quarters despite dementia)
This Baden-Württemberg project supports persons suffering from dementia to stay in their familiar residential environment and to participate autonomously in everyday life. Since February 2015, TeleOrbit GmbH is the technology partner of the team. Individually designed habitual areas can be defined for each participant in the project. They are equipped with a MODIS®-device that automatically sends an alarm as soon as the defined areas are left. Additionally, the devices send continuous position information that can be used to track and locate the user.
TEDIMA (Technik und Dialog im Alter)-LogoTEDIMA: Technik und Dialog im Alter (technology and dialogue for the elderly)
This innovation forum in South Thuringia was set up by EurA innovation GmbH. In summer 2015, TeleOrbit joins the syndicate. All members agree on developing an easy to use platform for information and communication for the aging population in rural areas. There will be a restricted area social contacts (data protection). MODIS® will be integrated into the platform as emergency call system.