Sergey G. Revnivykh - Inside GNSS

Sergey G. Revnivykh

Sergey G. Revnivykh is a deparment head at JSC ISS Reshetnev, which manufactures GLONASS satellites. Until September 2013 he served as the director of the Satellite Navigation Department in the Mission Control Center for the Russian Federal Space Agency. He studied space flight dynamics and control at the Technical University Moscow Aviation Institute “Sergo Ordzhonikidze.”


Sergey G. Revnivykh is a deparment head at JSC ISS Reshetnev, which manufactures GLONASS satellites. Until September 2013 he served as the director of the Satellite Navigation Department in the Mission Control Center for the Russian Federal Space Agency. He studied space flight dynamics and control at the Technical University Moscow Aviation Institute “Sergo Ordzhonikidze.”

Beginning in 1978 Revnivykh worked for the space flight mission control center of the Central Research Institute of Machine Building (TsNIImash), the main research institute of the Federal Space Agency (Roscosmos). Since 1995, he has led national and international projects in satellite navigation on behalf of Roscosmos. In 1999-2000, Revnivykh was a consultant for the European Space Agency (ESA) on the Galileo team at the European Space Research and Technology Center in Noordwijk, Netherlands.

Revnivykh was one of the developers of the Russian Federal Mission Oriented Program “Global Navigation System” approved by the federal government in 2001, which was primarily dedicated to sustaining and developing the GLONASS system. At TsNIImash, he led both the GLONASS programmatic support team of Roscosmos and the Information Analysis Center of Positioning, Navigation, and Time.