• van Bree, R.J.P., P.J. Buist, C.C.J.M. Tiberius, B. van Arem and V.L. Knoop (2011). Lane identification with real-time single frequency Precise Point Positioning: a kinematic trail. Proceedings of ION GNSS 2011. Portland, Oregon. September 19-23. pp. 314-323.
Christian Tiberius is the co-investigator of the Taking the Fast Lane project. The goal is to develop affordable vehicle positioning at the lane level using Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS). This is done by using the Precise Point Positioning (PPP) technique. The PPP technique is already around for nearly 20 years, but typically employed with professional, high-end GNSS receivers. Over the last couple of years, at Delft University of Technology, a single-frequency variant of PPP has been developed, which offers sub-meter position accuracy, in real-time, and requires only fairly low-cost equipment. In this project we apply and tune our single frequency PPP technique to automotive applications for motorway traffic control.
Christian has a background in geodesy and is, since 2009, an Associate Professor with Delft University of Technology, in the department of Geoscience and Remote Sensing, in the field of kinematic applications of GNSS satellite navigation and radio positioning. He has been involved in GNSS positioning and navigation research since 1991, currently with an emphasis on data quality control, precise point positioning, and terrestrial radio-based positioning.
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