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BAE Systems joins alliance to enhance GPS innovation

7th August 2020 - 08:59 GMT | by The Shephard News Team


The US-based GPS Innovation Alliance (GPSIA) welcomed its sixth official member on 6 August when BAE Systems joined.

Radiation-hardened electronics from BAE Systems  currently provide high-performance onboard processing for GPS III satellite missions.

BAE Systems has also developed, manufactured, integrated and supported jammers, GPS receivers and guidance systems for advanced US military applications on land, sea or air. 

For example, it was instrumental in the development of sensor technology for Naval Information Warfare Systems Command, to meet challenges associated with maintaining military positioning, navigation and timing via satellite navigation.

Other GPSIA industry members include Collins Aerospace (a Raytheon Technologies subsidiary), John Deere, Garmin, Lockheed Martin, Trimble and Lockheed Martin (which joined in May).

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