Martin is the scientist doing all the fun, complex system modeling, algorithm design, analytical studies and simulations. He has several years of experience in academia and 10+ years of experience in the aerospace industry doing R&D on satellite based navigation systems, inertial systems, integrated navigation, and advanced integrity monitoring methods. He is also the project manager. He has extensive experience managing large complex projects for Honeywell, ESA, EC, GSA, as well as the SESAR Joint Undertaking program. This includes planning and execution, requirements definition, and risk management. He has been supporting standardization of the next generation of GNSS for the last 9 years. Martin received a M.Sc. degree in electronic engineering from National University of Comahue, Argentina, and a double M.Sc. degree in space technology and instrumentation from Lulea UT, Sweden, and space automation and control, from Czech Technical University, Czech Republic.
Ondrej is the SW guy able to bring the project to the successful end. He has 10+ years experience in software development starting from prototypes to a formal development following the aerospace DO-178 processes required for certification. He is familiar with real-time operating systems and can design large scale applications. Ondrej has completed master studies in wireless communications, and past 7 years have been involved in GNSS receiver design. His strengths are C++, digital signal processing and Matlab modeling.
Over the past 10+ years, Jussi has been working on GNSS signal processing algorithms and their implementation in different platforms on numerous R&D projects, both in academia and industry.
Michal is our primary SW guru. With background in signal processing and long history in SW development for telecommunication and GNSS applications he can develop and implement sophisticated algorithms for embedded systems. Michal studied radioelectronics with focus on GNSS at Faculty of Electrical Engineering at CTU in Prague. As a core part of GNSS development team at Honeywell he extended his theoretical knowledge with practical experience and participated on ESA, SESAR and TACR projects with focus on development and implementation of SBAS based algorithms including the support for standardisation of the future dual-frequency multi-constellation SBAS.