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January 12, 2020
Lamplights Glisten in the Cold As We Reflect Back – and Forward

We’ve a long history as a learned society,” Royal Institute of Navigation Director John Pottle told the plenary audience, “solving navigation problems is…

By Peter Gutierrez


November 26, 2019
Lamplights Glisten in the Cold As We Reflect Back—and Forward

Yuletide cheer laces the Scottish atmosphere as we examine what’s been accomplished and what’s yet to be done. This year’s International Navigation Conference…

By Peter Gutierrez


September 19, 2019
Brussels View: Lessons to Be Learned From Galileo Signal Outage

July 2019 was a difficult month for the Galileo program. A system-wide technical failure that took a week to resolve was compounded by…

By Peter Gutierrez


September 18, 2019
Human Engineering: Ivan Revnivykh

Ivan Revnivykh’s life and experience encompass the far frontiers of his homeland, Russia, from the magnificent landscapes of the country’s Pacific coast to…

By Peter Gutierrez


June 3, 2019
Human Engineering: Curtis Hay’s Amazing Places

  Curtis Hay is a Technical Fellow at General Motors, where he develops precise GNSS and map technology for safe and reliable autonomous…

By Peter Gutierrez


May 2, 2019
u-blox ZED-F9K Offers Continuous Lane-Accurate Positioning in All Environments

The u-blox ZED-F9K multi-band, multi-constellation GNSS, RTK, dead reckoning module delivers a new level of performance in vehicle positioning, specifically adapted for assisted…

By Peter Gutierrez


April 25, 2019
Human Engineering: Miller’s Wild Ride

This present edition of our “Human Engineering” article features a man who is not actually an engineer, although we believe the exception, in…

By Peter Gutierrez


April 24, 2019
A More Robust, Available, Trustable PNT Solution Among the Keys Addressed in Munich

  All the heavy-hitters showed up in late March for the 2019 Munich Satellite Navigation Summit, from the U.S. government’s GPS crew to…

By Peter Gutierrez


March 14, 2019
European Space Sector Gets Defensive

Officials representing the European Union are now publicly advancing the use of EU space assets, including the Galileo satellite-based navigation system, for military…

By Peter Gutierrez


February 19, 2019
GNSS Workaround for a Galileo-less Britain

A recent paper published in The Journal of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, by Lasisi Salami Lawal of Nigeria’s Federal University of Technology, and…

By Peter Gutierrez


February 15, 2019
Zheng Yao: Currents, Influence and Due Diligence

Zheng Yao was born in Beijing and grew up in a house full of books. His parents provided the foundation but didn’t push…

By Peter Gutierrez


January 28, 2019
Europe Looking for a Goal in Space

Politics, funding and vision took center stage at the 11th EU Space Policy Conference (2019) in Brussels. The event, which brings together everyone…

By Peter Gutierrez


December 3, 2018
Chris Hegarty – Never A Dull Moment

As anyone who’s been there knows, Boston is one of the best places in America for home-grown Italian cooking. And the city is…

By Peter Gutierrez


September 20, 2018
Two Sides of the Same Coin: Dr. Anna Jensen

From the Scandinavian farmlands to the hallowed halls of academia, Dr. Anna Jensen has traveled a remarkable road. She has now spent more…

By Peter Gutierrez


July 27, 2018
Brexit and Galileo – Plenty of Rumblings, but Where’s the Beef?

The UK seems well and truly on the path to leaving the European Union. The implications for the Galileo program are still unclear,…

By Peter Gutierrez