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19 June 2020 All-source position, navigation, and timing (all-source PNT)
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The Boeing Research &Technology’s All-Source PNT open architecture employs a wide range of sensors to provide navigation in A2AD/GPS-Denied environments. The system using a Phantom-Fusion3 open architecture based processor is currently configured in a POD and is being flight tested employing LWIR (Long Wave Infrared) high resolution cameras that is incorporating pattern matching algorithms that compares USGS (United States Geological Survey) maps (or equivalent) to real-time test data to provide navigation updates without GPS. We are currently building a navigation radar that will additionally will be flight tested and is expected to begin testing this year (2020). Additionally, Gravity Anomaly will be field tested to evaluate its potential. Signals of Opportunity (SOO) testing using LEO satellites is expected in 2020.
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Paul Haug, Rongsheng Li, Chang J. Yoo, Tung-Ching Tsao, Andrey Tolstov, Cody L. Gruebele, and Kevin O. Davis "All-source position, navigation, and timing (all-source PNT)", Proc. SPIE 11424, Situation Awareness in Degraded Environments 2020, 1142407 (19 June 2020);

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