Tag Archives: PNT

In the atomic clock laboratory with Dr. Villahermosa (left), the author (center), and Dr. James Camparo, Aerospace Fellow, Electronics and Photonics Laboratory (right)

Project Sextant

A unique research study from pioneers in the development of the GPS system yields a plan for a look into the future of PNT—improving resilience, options, flexibility, and availability. When something like GPS puts positioning, navigation, and timing (PNT) in the hands (and pockets) of millions, maybe even billions, of people across the world, experts...

Pokemon Go

Pokemon Go: Geospatial Data, All the Time

We want integrated, interoperable systems that are robust and cost-effective Geospatial technology is so entrenched in our daily routines that we often forget we’re using it. I search for map directions at least once a day, whether for a restaurant or for a time of arrival to my daughter’s daycare. And millions of people have...