Exhibitors 2021

We would like to thank all exhibitors from 2020 who have postponed their presence in 2021. Due to the ongoing pandemic, we have regrettably to resign also this year the exhibition. Thus we give the exhibitors the chance to present themselves at least below and on the following sites. By klicking on the Logos you'll be led to a subsite where you'll find detailled information about the selected company or entity.

We would like to take the opportunity to thank all our exhibitors for their strong support in these special times and circumstance. We really appreciate the encouragement!

Our Exhibitors in 2021 and 2022

(in alphabetical order)





DLR is the national aeronautics and space research center of the Federal Republic of Germany. Its Institute of Communications and Navigation develops and investigates new systems and methods for radio transmission and positioning. These are widely used in broadcasting multimedia contents as well as for internet connection of airplanes and remote areas. In satellite navigation the Institute puts emphasis on the verification, support and evolution of the European Satellite Navigation System Galileo. Using latest optical technologies for synchronization, communications and ranging the institutes develops the system KEPLER – a novel generation of satellite navigation systems. Besides system development the institute is active in developing technologies for safety-critical applications, which require a reliable and robust positioning and/or timing information, and for positioning in urban canyons, indoors and other challenging environments. The institute operates several verification and analysis facilities and is engaged in relevant standardization and expert groups.

Visit our webpage at www.dlr.de/kn/en for learning more about our missions and work.


The Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits IIS is one of the world’s leading application-oriented research institutions for microelectronic and IT system solutions and services. Today, it is the largest institute of the Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft and has branches in Erlangen, Nürnberg, Fürth, Ilmenau, Dresden, Bamberg, Deggendorf and Coburg.

One key activity of Fraunhofer IIS in Nürnberg with over 20 years of experience is the development of customized, high precision and secure GNSS receivers and GNSS antennas for specific applications that process signals from Galileo, GPS, GLONASS, BeiDou and SBAS on multiple frequency bands.


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Lange-Electronic GmbH is located in Gernlinden, a suburb of Munich. For more than 40 years we offer systems that generate, distribute, simulate, display or evaluate precise signals, like time and frequency, GNSS or RF signals.Since 2001 we serve our customers in the German-speaking area with Spirents test solutions for PNT (Positioning, Navigation, & Timing) developments.Spirents GNSS Simulators deliver realistic GNSS signal simulations. With a selection of high performance software tools, the signals and the reaction of the device under test can be displayed in 3D environments, completed with sensor inputs and integrated in HiL systems.


About WORK Microwave

WORK Microwave has been designing and building GNSS simulators for more than 15 years. The Xidus GNSS simulator hardware leverages from 35+ years of experience in the design and manufacturing of bespoke digital and analogue microwave products.

Known for its quality products, customized solutions, reliability, and world-class customer service, WORK Microwave sets the industry benchmark for innovation in microwave and digital signal processing technologies. All products are developed and produced in-house, leading to an unrivalled response time to customer needs.

Beyond Navigation Simulators, WORK Microwave has three other divisions — SatCom, Defence Electronics and Sensors & Measurement.