Angelo Joseph

Angelo Joseph is currently a principal systems engineer with Rockwell Collins in Melbourne, Florida, where he works on airborne GNSS receiver design and development.

Previously, he was at Avidyne Corporation where he developed Avidyne’s first Wide Area Augmentation System (WAAS) Beta-3 GPS receiver.

Angelo was also a senior GPS systems engineer with NovAtel Inc., Calgary, Alberta, Canada where he played a primary role in designing the next-generation WAAS reference receiver.

Angelo Joseph is currently a principal systems engineer with Rockwell Collins in Melbourne, Florida, where he works on airborne GNSS receiver design and development.

Previously, he was at Avidyne Corporation where he developed Avidyne’s first Wide Area Augmentation System (WAAS) Beta-3 GPS receiver.

Angelo was also a senior GPS systems engineer with NovAtel Inc., Calgary, Alberta, Canada where he played a primary role in designing the next-generation WAAS reference receiver.

He has a masters in geomatics engineering from the University of Calgary and is currently completing a Ph.D. at the same institution.

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