TAG: GPS Wing

Danger, Will Robinson! Beware the IMES of Japan

October 8, 2014By
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In May 2011, Dinesh Manandhar and Hideyuki Torimoto of GNSS Technologies, Inc., Japan, penned a very interesting article in GPS World titled – Opening Up Indoors: Japan’s Indoor Messaging System, IMES. The opening paragraph of their lengthy article seemingly describes the Holy Grail for the indoor positioning lobby: “An indoor messaging system (IMES) has been developed to meet the challenges of indoor... read more

Col. Dave Madden Looks Back, and Forward into GPS Future

July 27, 2010By
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As he retires from the Air Force, Col. Dave Madden gives a status update on GPS modernization and outlines four steps the GPS Wing is taking to ensure worldwide PNT services are not interrupted during modernization, exploring a more robust means of ensuring compatibility, and becoming more involved in the development, integration, and testing of new military and possibly civil user equipment. He also announces the set-up of a GPS Directorate within the Department of Defense in October. read more

Out in Front: What’s in a Number?

April 1, 2010By

Computers killed a trusty companion of my teenage years. That is, after those proto-computers known as pocket calculators knocked him out and left him unconscious on the cooling floor. But I come to praise my slide rule, not to bury him. With computers, it’s just numbers in, numbers out. Maybe that high-tech approach led both the GPS Wing and the Government Accountability Office into trouble with constellation gaps. read more

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Rockwell Collins Taps Spirent for GPS Wing Contract

July 2, 2007By

Spirent Federal Systems Inc. said today that Rockwell Collins has selected Spirent Federal to supply multiple GPS simulators to support the Modernized User Equipment (MUE) Receiver Card Development contract it has with the GPS Wing. read more

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