U.S. Presentations from the
Munich Satellite Navigation Summit

March 1-3, 2011

U.S. Government speakers delivered the following presentations at the Munich Satellite Navigation Summit in Munich, Germany.

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U.S. GPS Program Update

Colonel Bernard Gruber, U.S. Air Force

This presentation from Session 1 provides an update on the GPS constellation and the ongoing implementation of the GPS modernization program.

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Opening Remarks for "Spectrum Issues -- A Place Where Competitors Become Colleagues?"

Chris Hegarty, MITRE contractor to Federal Aviation Administration

This presentation from Session 5 discusses recent issues related to U.S. spectrum management, particularly the concerns about potential interference to GPS receivers by the LightSquared broadband wireless network .

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U.S. National Space Policy Update

Ray Clore, Department of State

This presentation from Session 8 provides an overview of the U.S. National Space Policy released in June 2010, including highlights relevant to GNSS. This version includes an extra slide (#11) not used on stage.

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U.S. DOT Perspectives on PNT and Information Sharing

Karen Van Dyke, Department of Transportation

This presentation is from Session 8.

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Notification of GPS Operational Changes

Captain Frank Parker, U.S. Coast Guard Navigation Center

This presentation from Session 8 summarizes the role of the Navigation Center and the GPS "Triad" in disseminating operational information about GPS.

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Service Providers and Users: Where Do We Go From Here?

Hank Skalski, Department of Transportation

This presentation from Session 8 notes how GPS constellation reporting has evolved and expanded over the years. It describes recent and ongoing efforts to collect user feedback and improve information services.

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