The Demo Centre is hosted by the Hanoi University of Science and Technology library building in Hanoi, Vietnam. The Demo Centre hosts the products from 12 European GNSS companies. Local GNSS stakeholders and potential clients from the whole South East Asia Region are able to try these products in collaboration with the local researchers, trained to run tests and hands-on sessions.

ANavs GmbH

ANavS receiver, multi-GNSS, Multi Frequency RTK

The Multi-Sensor RTK-Module (MSRTK) includes up to three Multi-Constellation, Multi-Frequency GNSS receivers for a highly accurate and reliable position and attitude determination. Additional sensors like IMU and barometer are already equipped on our MSRTK board. Other sensors can be easily connected through our interfaces CAN, Ethernet, UART and USB.

GSS100D Interference monitoring probe

The GSS100D is a commercially available system for GNSS interference monitoring and characterization. The prototype system was originally developed in the DETECTOR project (funded by the GSA under the FP7 programme), which was led by NSL. Since then, NSL have further developed the system and it is now sold as a commercial product through Spirent ( The GSS100D is a 19” rack mounted unit that contains a software defined radio (SDR), a COTS GNSS receiver and a computer. The SDR front-end samples the civilian L1 GNSS continuously. Both pre- and post-correlation techniques are used to check for interference. Once interference is detected, this triggers an event and the power readings and GNSS Rx tracking information are logged for the duration of the event, as well as the start and end time and a digital sample of the raw data. Event information is sent to a remote back-office for archiving and to allow generation of statistics and analysis.

SpacEarth Technology

Fii (Forecast Ionosphere Irregularities) software adapted to Vietnam environment

SET solution provides high-spatial resolution nowcasting and forecasting of the ionospheric Total Electron Content and range error to assist GNSS operations. The nowcasting supports the improvement of the accuracy of single frequency positioning, while the forecasting supports the operation planning for GNSS reliant services. The demonstrator leverages on the data provided by the geodetic network managed by the Institute of Geophysics of the Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology but the product is customizable to match specific user needs and exploiting the existing GNSS infrastructures. The demonstrator provides a real-time test of the SET solution operations. In the specific, an offline version of the SET solution has been put in operations in the Demo Centre to show to the visitors its performance in nowcasting and forecasting the ionospheric information to the user and alerting about the level of ionospheric disturbance over Hanoi during a severe geomagnetic storm occurred in August 2018.


The NCS NOVA is IFEN´s newest RF signal generator technology based on a modular and highly flexible Software Defined Radio (SDR) platform. This flexibility makes the NCS NOVA the ideal choice for a wide range of test applications.  The NCS NOVA`s full upgradeability makes it a future-proof investment for the upcoming multi-frequency era in commercial and professional applications. It is far more than just a GPS/GNSS Simulator!


Septentrio PolaRX5S

• Real time output of TEC & scintillation indices output

• Competitive signal tracking across the GNSS spectrum

• Unique interference monitoring

• Durable housing and multiple communications options

• Low and scalable power consumption

• Advanced Interference Monitoring & Mitigation (AIM+) Tool


GNSS Simulator 6700

GNSS Simulator 6700 is multi-GNSS simulator. It has since been superseded by the greater functionality, flexibility and modernised architecture of the GSS7000 multi-GNSS simulator:

  • GPS, GLONASS, BeiDou, Galileo, QZSS and SBAS L1/E1/Bl, L2/B2, L5/E5, and L6 signals
  • Up to 256 channels in a system, flexibly allocated across constellations
  • Field upgrade minimizes downtime as your needs grow
  • Portable scenarios facilitate collaboration
  • Class leading accuracy, fidelity and reliability
  • Save and compare DUT data
  • Receiver antenna pattern modelling

Import motion from logged NMEA


NavX Receiver and Antenna

A high-end antenna covers four constellations (GPS, Galileo, GLONASS, BeiDou).

An open GNSS receiver development platform for research and engineering at universities, institutes and companies.

marXact UNI

Set of UNI-GR1 (RTK GNSS receiver), UNI-CONNECT (app, working on any device device with a browser, to control the UNI-GR1 receivers) and UNI-CLOUD (service for remote control of a network of receivers) to perform remote management RTK-level instruments.



A GNSS based completely autonomous system, dedicated to continuous monitoring of surface displacement to be used in areas subject to deformation, due to landslides of deep gravitational slopes or on critical infrastructures (dams, bridges, oil pipelines or buildings), subject to sinking, subsidence or more in general to external forces endangering their stability.





MSGE – a GNSS simulation environment that provides the possibility and flexibility to use both: synthetically generated data and recorded real-world samples – both exactly reproducible.

GPSIE – GIPSIE is a highly flexible and powerful GNSS simulation environment that provides the possibility to generate simulated GNSS constellations and IF signals for various user-defined scenarios including complex trajectories and environments. All settings can be made within an easy-to-read configuration file or within the user-friendly and simple graphical user interface.

GTEC – The high-end GNSS radio frequency front-end offers up to three simultaneously sampled radio frequency (RF) reception chains.

Bluecover Technologies

Trueshot Golf

GPS Waypoints

Set of wearable tools to map your golf activity, style and performance.

Mapping and surveying application.



TeroPoint is an online service that provides directly coordinates from GNSS observations into the Official National Coordinate Reference Frame. TeroPoint uses an authorized access to the Automatic Precise Positioning Service of the Global Differential GPS System of JPL (NASA, USA) to ensure the reliable and fast processing of the data based on the Precise Point Positioning technique. TeroPoint provides coordinates certified by the National Mapping Agency.