GPS

GPS

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The expansion of the digital realm into space has opened new frontiers for cyber threats, posing unprecedented challenges. The satellites orbiting Earth are crucial for...
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Bluetooth trackers are useful for finding your phone, your keys, or your luggage. They do so by emitting a Bluetooth signal (that varies from...
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Synchronizing time in modern warfare – down to billionths and trillionths of a second – is critical for mission success. High-tech missiles, sensors, aircraft,...
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Quantum technology translates the principles of quantum physics into technological applications. In general, quantum technology has not yet reached maturity; however, it could hold...
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Studies say that by combining historical accident data with road maps, satellite imagery, and GPS, a machine learning model is trained to create high-resolution...

The world’s first atomic clock of its kind has been fitted to Britain’s biggest warship, HMS Prince of Wales, to help ensure pinpoint accuracy...
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A new navigation device that will enable warfighters to better shoot, move and communicate in a GPS degraded environment, could replace the legacy handheld...
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Global Positioning Systems (GPS) and other satellite tracking systems (GNSS) are significant and important tools that support military goals and missions, and they are...
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Quantum as an alternative to GPS? Probably yes. A new vacuum chamber contains a cloud of atoms at the right conditions for precise navigational...
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The final test of a B-2A bomber radar aided targeting system has been conducted by the US Air Force. The system will enable weapon...
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Our total dependence on GPS in our daily lives is troublesome. Most, if not all, of military, financial, and commercial systems completely rely on...
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Drone swarms have been usually tested in open environments without obstacles, or with the location of those obstacles pre-programmed. Highly cluttered environments such as...
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Data capture experts have been using Hovermap payload to map challenging and dangerous environments, from the world’s deepest base-metal mine to oil and gas...
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Electro-optical targeting teams from the US Marine Corps needed a portable system to help them acquire targets quickly on the battlefield. Soon they will...

For over two decades systems such as Global Positioning System (GPS) and Galileo have been used for commercial and military positioning and navigation. In...

With unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) representing a rapidly expanding user base, a new UAV is joinging the ranks of the Navigation Laboratory of the...
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The US Air Force is integrating a new GPS simulator for weapons testing under electronic warfare — jamming — environments. The move is part...
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Military forces around the world will increase their investment in counter unmanned aerial vehicle systems. This market is expected to grow from US$ 1,921.55...
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GNSS spoofing has become a growing security threat. This type of attack is a malicious attempt to alter a user's global navigation satellite system...
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Military equipment can be the subject of enemy electronic attacks, potentially resulting in a loss of location awareness that can put Army missions at...

A new battle management technology program enables unmanned systems to better form “mesh” networks through air and ground nodes to perform a greater range...
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iHLS is proud to present INNOTECH 2021 - the International Cyber, Homeland Security Technologies and Innovation event. A large two-day exhibition with national pavilions...