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Germany

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District court of Bonn, VR 2780.

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German Aerospace Center (DLR)
Institute of Communications and Navigation
Department Nautical Systems
Kalkhorstweg 53
17235 Neustrelitz
Germany

phone: +49 3981 480-187
email: stefan.gewies [at] dlr.de

Responsible in the sense of Section 18 2nd paragraph of Medienstaatsvertrag (German State Media Treaty)

Stefan Gewies, Project manager
DLR Institute of Communications and Navigation

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