M3 Systems will attend the 23rd annual NI Week. Each year, National Instruments brings together thousands of engineers, scientists, educators and industry leaders from around the globe to discuss the latest developments and challenges facing the graphical system design industry.
This year, NI Week 2017 takes place May 22-25 at the Austin Convention Center in Austin, Texas with more than 240+ interactive sessions, case studies and panel discussions. Come and hear directly from industry experts about architecting test, simulation, and control system solutions using custom off-the-shelf equipment to lower the costs and risks of system development, operation, and maintenance.
We’re excited to meet you during this exhibition, and to present the evolution of StellaNGC®, a GNSS product line dedicated to test solutions that encompasses Open loop & Hardware in the loop, Multi-constellation & Multi-frequency simulator, RF signal Record & Playback
With StellaNGC® our customers fully benefits from an extensive GNSS expertise and from the modularity and evolutivity enabled by software radio design and VST/PXIe platforms. StellaNGC® GNSS simulator offers a complete panel of functions for legacy and future GNSS testing needs.
Come on M3 Systems’ booth #108 to learn how our equipment facilitates the integration of complex positioning, navigation and timing applications.
Learn more about NIWeek 2017, register for the event at www.ni.com/niweek.
About M3 Systems – MISTRAL Group
M3 Systems has been created in 1999 from engineering activities in the Satellite Radio Navigation (GNSS – Global Navigation Satellite Systems) field and from consulting activities in the ATM (Air Traffic Management) sector.
First specialized in the Spatial and Defense environment, today it’s diversifying into new markets.
Recognized at European level thanks to strong involvement in the Galileo signal definition through study contracts R&D support activities of the French space Agency (CNESS) and many implications in European Commission, European Space Agency (ESA) and European GNSS Agency (GSA) programs, the target domains of the group are mobility, positioning, data collection and processing, and surveying, covering the aerial, terrestrial and maritime sectors.
Its core business: “High-performance” Applications of Positioning and of Collect using Satellite Radio navigation.
Since 2016, the company is a part of MISTRAL Group with its sister companies and 4 European locations in France and Belgium.
The mission of M3 Systems is to design innovative technological solutions for its customers. Its expertise in modularity, performance and reliability contributes to highly sustainable solutions. M3 Systems is partnered with National Instruments.
The company has structured its offer in four segments:
- Consulting and Application – Airport and Transport:support the definition and modelling of operational innovative concepts in the context of European Single Sky Project (SESAR).
- Radio Navigation Engineering and Signal Processing:studies and definition of innovative algorithms for robust and accurate positioning using the constellation of GPS satellites, Galileo, GLONASS, BEIDOU.
- Testing & Measurement:these laboratory equipment test GNSS receivers at different stages of their life cycle: R & D, development, industrialization, integration, maintenance. The addressed market is essentially the aerospace/defense and automotive with in particular the emergence of autonomous car related needs.
- Drones and embedded computers:this segment relates to the development of high elongation drones (distances > 100 km). M3 Systems (MISTRAL Group) constructs and values BOREAL platform allowing integrating payloads which manage data collection and precise geo localization.
From Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) Concepts to Scalable and Open Products
“We guide you in critical and challenging applications”
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