Arnold Soltz is a principal member of the technical staff at Draper Laboratory with more than 40 years of experience in the design, implementation, and verification of the models of signals, sensors, and systems used for navigation in spacecraft, aircraft, terrestrial surveying, and undersea vehicles.
Fielded systems have included the integration of inertial navigation technology with GPS, laser tracking, RF tracking, and sonar. Recent contributions include design and development of generalized, linear covariance analysis software, verification of a model of the indoor RF environment, and design and verification of a five-state Kalman filter for removing the effects of the ionosphere on GPS signals.
He has two Draper patents and was the co-recipient of two Draper Best Technical Publication Awards.
Soltz has a BA from John Hopkins University and an M.S. from Northeastern University, and is a member of the Institute of Navigation (ION).