Peter de Bakker, Dr. Ir.
Delft University of Technology
• de Bakker, P., & Tiberius, C. C. J. M. (2016). Innovation: Guidance for road and track -- Real-time single-frequency precise point positioning for cars and trains. Retrieved from http://gpsworld.com/innovation-guidance-for-road-and-track
• Knoop, V. L., De Bakker, P. F., Tiberius, C. C. J. M., & Van Arem, B. (2017). Lane Determination with GPS Precise Point Positioning. IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems, 18(9), 2503–2513. https://doi.org/10.1109/TITS.2016.2632751
Peter de Bakker works as a postdoctoral researcher on the Taking the Fast Lane project. Peter received his M.Sc. degree in aerospace engineering from Delft University of Technology, on the topic of the effects of Radio Frequency Interference on GNSS receivers, and his Ph.D. degree on User Algorithms for Precise Point Positioning and Integrity Monitoring.
He has worked on high-accuracy low-cost GNSS positioning and its application in the automotive field, and localization for autonomous vehicles. He works both on the fundamental mathematical algorithms and modelling, as well as prototyping of real-time software implementation.
Peter's role in the project has been finished conform the project planning. The latest results can be reviewed in our paper "Real-time multi-GNSS single-frequency precise point positioning" published in GPS Solutions, 2017. Partners interested in the developed SF-PPP software can contact Christian Tiberius (C.C.J.M.Tiberius@tudelft.nl).
After finishing his contract at the TU Delft, Peter de Bakker has accepted, per December 2017, a new job as a senior software engineer at TomTom in the localization group of the autonomous driving department.
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