High-Precision GNSS and GNSS/INS Integration Dr. Gao's current research focuses on the development of high-precision GNSS technologies and systems, including positioning algorithms, receiver design and their integration with inertial sensors. His research work is particularly driven to develop low-cost and high-availability precise positioning and navigation systems for autonomous cars, unmanned aerial vehicles and mobile handheld devices.
Current research activities include:
Precision Augmentation and Integration of Low-cost GNSS and MEMS Inertial Sensors for IoT Mobile Devices
Advanced Algorithm Development for Real-time Kinematic Precise Point Positioning (PPP)
Low-cost High-Precision GNSS Receiver Design
GNSS PPP and MEMS IMU Integration
Multi-Frequency GNSS RTK and PPP
Next Generation Direct Geo-Referencing Systems
High-Precision Global Ionosphere Modeling
GNSS/GIS/Wireless Integration for Disaster, Emergency and Rapid Response Systems
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