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The Internet of Everything: It’s All in the Timing

June 10, 2015By
Pocketwatch

40th Annual NIST Time and Frequency Metrology Seminar
The NIST T&F Metrology Seminar is one of a kind — easily the best in the world for time and frequency metrology. There are so many exciting discoveries concerning time and how time applies to our everyday lives, especially to GPS — all PNT systems actually. Consider that the NIST Time and Frequency distribution system delivers NIST Internet time over the Internet at the rate of 8 billion requests per day from servers at 25 locations across the United States. And that's just the beginning of this tale as old as time. read more

RNT Foundation Creates Advisory Council

August 4, 2014By

The Resilient Navigation and Timing (RNT) Foundation announced August 1 the creation of an advisory council that will help inform its board of directors on technology and policy issues. “The Advisory Council is comprised of foundation members selected because of their unique expertise, background and reputations within the international navigation and timing community,” said Dana Goward, president of the foundation. While... read more

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Out in Front: Complements of the Season

February 1, 2014By
Alan Cameron

In the wake of last month’s Expert Advice column on eLoran — “The Low Cost of Protecting America” by Dana Goward of the Resilient Navigation and Timing Foundation —  come several positive comments and encouraging developments. Rather than rehearse all the arguments why we should care about this, I’ll repeat the one word that I heard most often in GNSS... read more

Live Coverage of ENC-GNSS 08

April 22, 2008By

Don Blogs from the National Space Symposium read more

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