Stan Goff, Author at Inside GNSS - Global Navigation Satellite Systems Engineering, Policy, and Design

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September 16, 2019
CASSCA, PNT for Unmanned Systems Opens Today at ION GNSS+

The Institute of Navigation’s Cognizant Autonomous Systems for Safety Critical Applications (CASSCA) Conference kicked off this year’s ION GNSS+ conference today in Miami.

By Stan Goff


August 21, 2019
Second GPS III Space Vehicle ‘Magellan’ Launched Aug. 22

The second Lockheed Martin-built GPS III space vehicle (GPS III SV02)—also known as Magellan—was recently encapsulated within its protective fairings in preparation for…

By Stan Goff


August 5, 2019
EGNSS, ERTMS Impacting Both Rail and Space

Two years ago, Inside GNSS published a feature article describing some exciting new capabilities and business models making GNSS use a key contributor to…

By Stan Goff


July 29, 2019
GSA’s Skyopener Project Highlights EGNSS Benefits for Drones

The European GNSS Agency’s (GSA) Skyopener project is testing the EGNSS (Galileo and EGNOS) benefits for unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) in an effort…

By Stan Goff


June 10, 2019
U.S. Flights Canceled as FAA Looks into GPS, ADS-B System Errors

Passengers stranded at airports is not an uncommon occurrence, but when weather does not appear to be an issue, anxious travelers can get…

By Stan Goff


April 23, 2019
China Launches New Satellite as BeiDou Network Aims to Rival GPS

China’s stated goal is to have its BeiDou global navigation satellite system completed sometime in 2020, and the country made big advances toward…

By Stan Goff


April 19, 2019
Enhanced Positioning from Galileo Helping EMT Madrid Metropolitan Bus Fleet

The city of Madrid is one of the first utilizing Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) in conjunction with enhanced positioning services, in order to…

By Stan Goff


April 17, 2019
Copernicus Masters 2019 Submissions Open

The Copernicus Masters 2019 competition is now open for submissions. This international competition awards prizes to innovative solutions, developments and ideas for business…

By Stan Goff


March 6, 2019
Stanford, ESA Challenging AI to Pinpoint State of Drifting Satellites

With a collection of some of the best researchers in space and aeronautics involved, the sky may indeed just be the limit. The…

By Stan Goff


February 8, 2019
Skydel Launches SDX 19.1 Version of GNSS Simulation

Skydel Solutions recently released SDX 19.1, the eighteenth major revision of its GNSS Simulator. This newest GNSS simulator version adds Galileo AltBOC support,…

By Stan Goff


February 7, 2019
Galileo Satellite Constellation, Momentum Continue Growth

Europe has been quite proud of recent Galileo achievements — with good reason — and the global navigation satellite system continues to build…

By Stan Goff


January 29, 2019
ION’s ITM/PTTI 2019 Kicks Off in Fine Fashion on Tuesday

The first full day of the Institute of Navigation’s ITM/PTTI 2019 conference wrapped up Tuesday after a busy, education-filled day at the Hyatt…

By Stan Goff


January 23, 2019
NASA Search and Rescue Technology Boosted by Multi-Satellite Constellations

Whether you’re talking about a confused adult, a lost child, a hiker in the mountains or even an astronaut in distress, having the…

By Stan Goff


January 22, 2019
GNSS Technologists Continue to Impact Industry Developments, Policies

At next week’s Precise Time and Time Interval Systems and Applications (PTTI) annual conference sponsored by ION, attendees can take part in a…

By Stan Goff


November 14, 2018
Russia Jammed GPS Signals During NATO Military Exercise Involving US Troops

The Russian military jammed GPS signals during a major NATO military exercise in Norway  between October 16 and November 7, according to multiple…

By Stan Goff