TAG: GPS

Air Force upgrades to better field reference system for testing GPS denial

Non-GPS positioning system, White Sands North Range. X = transmitter site.

Can’t Deny the Truth: Defeating the Jamming Threat Initial Operational Capability for the Ultra High-Accuracy Reference System has been declared by the U.S. Air Force. Even when GPS is being completely jammed, UHARS provides extremely accurate positioning, navigation and time — more accurate than GPS — over the large area of White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico. Amid a... read more

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GNSS Constellation Update

July 15, 2016By

Broadcast Date: Thursday, October 25, 2012 Speaker: Eric Gakstatter, contributing editor for survey and GIS Summary: This month, a new GPS satellite was launched, India launched a new SBAS satellite, and two Galileo satellites are scheduled to launch. Last month, China launched two more BeiDou satellites. There’s a lot of activity of the satellite navigation industry. In the webinar, I... read more

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Data Capture for GeoIntelligence

July 15, 2016By

Sponsored by: Navcom Broadcast Date: Thursday, May 8, 2014 Moderator: Art Kalinski, Editor, GeoIntelligence Insider Newsletter Speakers: John Ciampa, CEO, Alta; Ted Ralston, Executive Program Manager, Soft Power Solutions; Paul Smith, General Manager, Cyclomedia; Dr. Peter VanAmburgh, Business Development, IIF Data Summary: A steep-curve learning session on the current explosion of capture systems, made possible with cheap, small GPS and inertial measurement... read more

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How Much Farther to the Promised Land?

July 15, 2016By

Purchase Decisions in the Evolving Landscape of GPS, Multi-GNSS and Alternative PNT Sponsored by: NavCom Broadcast Date: Thursday, June 5, 2014 Moderator: Alan Cameron, Group Publisher, GPS World & Geospatial Solutions Speakers: Steve Ault, Product Manager, NavCom Technology Inc.; John Pottle, Fellow, Institute of Engineering Technology and Royal Institute of Navigation; Philip Mattos, R&D scientist for several GNSS companies; Paul Benshoof,... read more

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Say Goodbye Proprietary GPS Devices, Hello TerraGo Edge

July 15, 2016By

Broadcast date: Thursday, May 28, 2015 Sponsor: TerraGo Moderator: Alan Cameron, Editor-In-Chief and Publisher, GPS World Speaker: Michael Gundling, Vice President of Product Management, TerraGo Summary: Say goodbye to expensive, single-use GPS handheld devices. That’s not the way it works anymore. TerraGo Edge replaces single-use GPS handheld devices and enables mobile workers and field crews to easily collect field data, share that data with... read more

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Movie preview: ‘The Night GPS Failed’

July 13, 2016By
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Editor-in-Chief and Group Publisher Alan Cameron gives a preview for a fictitious movie he devised called "The Night GPS Failed," based on the true story "What Happens If GPS Fails." read more

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Timing in Mission-Critical Systems

June 17, 2016By

Broadcast Date: March 31, 2016 On-Demand Available Until: March 31, 2017 Sponsor: Microsemi Summary: You’ll hear from our expert speaker panel about real-life timing challenges in mission-critical applications, such as satellite and military communications, test ranges and radar; time transfer accuracy and stability via GPS or PTP; and what technologies to look for in your next-generation instrument class clock to... read more

BYOD GPS Gets Real: Lessons Learned with the New Rules of GPS Data Collection

June 17, 2016By

Broadcast Date: April 14, 2016 On-Demand Available Until: April 14, 2017 Sponsor: TerraGo Summary: Our expert speaker panel examines how five organizations from five industries (oil & gas, engineering, water utility, transportation and natural resources) made the switch from GPS handhelds to smartphones and tablets for their field data collection needs. Speakers: Michael Gundling and Bryan Burns, TerraGo read more

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