The GNSS Simulation and Testing Tools Infrastructure (GSTI) database has been recently updated to offer the developer community the most comprehensive catalogue of commercial tools available for professional use.
The GNSS Simulation and Testing Tools Infrastructure (GSTI), a European GNSS Service Centre (GSC) resource made available to developers and professional users of GNSS testing and simulation tools, has been recently updated. As a result of this process, the GSTI section on the GSC website has been restructured to include two new sub-sections: User Guidelines and Developer Registration.
The User Guidelines section will provide professional users with the appropriate selection criteria for choosing the best tool to suit their professional use requirements, while the Developer Registration section aims to make it easier for developers to publish their tools in the GSTI database.
More tools available
New developers have placed their trust in the GSC and the services that it provides. Consequently, the GSTI database has been enhanced with 14 new GNSS simulation and testing tools compatible with Galileo, this represents a 20 percent increase in the total number of tools available!
Readers are kindly invited to visit the GSTI section to check the new structure and the expanded catalogue of commercially available tools.
Finally, the GSA and GSC team would like to express their most sincere gratitude to the developer community for its support in keeping this database alive and up-to-date.