TAG: GPS World Leadership Dinner

Take Part in Our Rewarding State of the Industry Survey

July 14, 2015By

What are your challenges this year? How are you driving business in today’s economy? What issues are you concerned about? We want to know, and so does the rest of the industry. GPS World is asking GNSS professionals about the state of their business, the economic climate for GNSS products and services, driving market factors, government’s role in funding and regulating, budgets devoted to... read more

Professors That Make a Difference

November 12, 2014By

Despite being an avowed Anglophile since my first visit to the United Kingdom, somewhere around 50+ years ago, I just could not help myself. Professor David Last, Professor Emeritus at the University of Wales (Bangor) and former president of the Royal Institute of Navigation (RIN) was holding forth, with that wonderful, attention-arresting public school accent, on weighty PNT (position, navigation and timing) matters before an awestruck audience. read more

What Do You Know? What’s Your CEP?

December 3, 2012By

Here is the accuracy and estimation game played by 208 guests at GPS World’s Leadership Dinner in Nashville, Tennessee, on Thursday evening, September 20. Take a gander at the rules that follow, and then try your skill at the nine questions. To play fair, do not use Google or any other research, reference, or resource. Dinner guests were honor-bound not... read more

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The True Story of the Origins of GPS

November 1, 2009By

Photos from the GPS World Leadership Dinner 2009, September 24 ION GNSS 2009 Conference, Savannah, Georgia read more