Brett Davis, Author at Inside GNSS - Global Navigation Satellite Systems Engineering, Policy, and Design

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December 11, 2023
AUSA Highlights Need for Systems with Resilient Navigation

The Association of the United States Army’s (AUSA) annual conference highlighted the growing popularity of small unmanned aircraft as well as the need…

By Brett Davis

November 13, 2023
Washington View: Making GPS More Resilient

NTS-3 Satellite Prepares for Launch to Experiment with Ways to Improve GPS. Nearly 50 years ago, there were no smart phones, no GPS-guided…

By Brett Davis

September 11, 2023
Washington View: AAM Navigation

NASA is seeking PNT requirements for advanced air mobility when GPS is not available, but the ultimate solution may come in many forms….

By Brett Davis

July 19, 2023
Washington View: FCC Again Urged to Aid Satellite Precision Agriculture

Recent bipartisan legislation aims to make satellite communication and PNT services more available to farmers.

By Brett Davis

May 24, 2023
Washington View: Fiscal 2024 Defense Budget, Continues Push for Greater GPS Capability

The Pentagon has requested $1.3 billion in its fiscal 2024 budget for bolstering the GPS system, preparing new satellites for launch and moving…

By Brett Davis

February 21, 2023
Ansys’ Updated ODTK Software Prepared for More Lunar Missions

Ansys says the latest version of its Orbit Determination Tool Kit (ODTK), which provides highly accurate spacecraft orbit estimates, is better suited to…

By Brett Davis

December 4, 2022
In Memoriam: Dee Ann Divis

Dee Ann Divis, the founding editor of Inside Unmanned Systems and contributing editor for Inside GNSS, died Nov. 22 at the age of…

By Brett Davis

December 1, 2022
More Data in More Hands will Aid in Fighting Climate Change, Speakers Say

In the wake of the latest COP session on international climate change, researchers say more and better data can help ameliorate the damage.

By Brett Davis