Michele Bavaro

Michele Bavaro received his master degree in computer science from the University of Pisa, Italy.

Shortly afterwards he started his work on software defined radio technologies applied to navigation, first in Italy, then in The Netherlands at the European Space Agency. In the United Kingdom he worked for NSL on several projects being directly involved with the design, manufacture, integration, and test of radionavigation satellite system (RDSS) equipment and supporting customers in the development of their applications.

Michele Bavaro received his master degree in computer science from the University of Pisa, Italy.

Shortly afterwards he started his work on software defined radio technologies applied to navigation, first in Italy, then in The Netherlands at the European Space Agency. In the United Kingdom he worked for NSL on several projects being directly involved with the design, manufacture, integration, and test of radionavigation satellite system (RDSS) equipment and supporting customers in the development of their applications.

After working on his own consulting firm, mostly on SDR and low cost precision positioning, he was appointed as technical officer at the Joint Research Center (JRC) of the European Commission.

Michele works now at Swift Navigation in California for the measurement engine team.