Radiolab’s team joins the University of Stanford  in remembering Professor Per Enge died April 22nd. With his oustanding and recognised worldwide experience in the GNSS technologies –  co-founder and director of the Stanford Centre for Position, Navigation and Time – he pioneered research that led to the development of the Wide Area Augmentation Systems. Since 2014 he  has contributed to the H2020 RHINOS project of GSA coordinated by Radiolabs with an international team,  reviewing the GNSS architectures to fulfil the high integrity requirements  for train control systems. Professor Per Enge has brought the experience of the aviation  field to the rail applications defining a roadmap and an action plan to support the validation and standardisation of a GNSS platform for the evolution of the ERTMS. During the RHINOS project he has organised and chaired a Workshop at the University of Stanford involving the satellite and rail stake-holders.

May 4th 2018

RHINOS Workshop at Stanford