Research in precise and robust positioning utilizing GNSS. 

Methods to improve positioning in GNSS degraded areas, such as in urban- or forested areas. This includes understanding and mitigating error sources such as Jamming and Spoofing of the GNSS signal and make corrections for ionosphere phenomena (Space weather).

Developing robust GNSS infrastructure that can support autonomy and utilize the new Galileo High Accuracy Services (HAS). Research and technological development within sensor fusion for precise navigation of drones and other autonomous entities.

Much of the GNSS research are supporting the green transition by offering the needed infrastructure and solutions for autonomy and smart cities.

Precise positioning in real-time is a prerequisite for self-operating robots, machines drones etc. and other smart solutions. The GNSS group develop and maintain GNSS networks and the most prominent are GNET, TAPAS and DANGO.