Massachusetts–The Korea Research Institute of Ships and Oceans Engineering (KRISO) has awarded UrsaNav, through its agent, Dong Kang M-Tech, a contract to supply an eLoran Transmitter Test Bed Systemin the Republic of Korea. UrsaNav, the exclusive, worldwide distributor of Nautel’s NL Series transmitters, will provide eLoran transmitter technology, as well as timing and control equipment. […]
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Position, Navigation, and Timing, or PNT, is known as the hidden utility. Despite its widespread use in so many applications and its daily use by billions of people globally, PNT is little known and little understood outside a relatively small group of men and women who specialize in the subject. It is hard to imagine […]
Our CRADA partnership with the Department of Homeland Security, Science and Technology Directorate (S&T), US Coast Guard (USCG), and Harris Corporation continues to yield very good timing data over long distances using eLoran. We’ve also been testing eLoran in specific timing applications such as Wide Area MultiLateration. This information is available on our website, entitled […]
UrsaNav is pleased to be working with Spectracom on the development of this exciting new timing product. It demonstrates the market’s demand and the importance companies have started to place on resilient timing solutions for critical operations and infrastructure. Read More
Enhanced Loran is an internationally-standardized positioning, navigation, and timing (PNT) service for use by many modes of transport and in other applications. It is the latest in the longstanding and proven series of low-frequency, LOng-RAnge Navigation (LORAN) systems, one that takes full advantage of 21st century technology. Read the full article
The founders of Chronos and UrsaNav have formed a new collaboration, known as “Taviga”, to enhance the resilience and reliability of the many economic and business models that depend on space-based timing and positioning services. As good as space-based services are, they are known to have a susceptibility to interference and jamming.
A GPS World article authored by UrsaNav, outlines why eLoran and Resilient PNT are critical to the national security of the United States and its allies. We believe that Resilient PNT is a necessary step in protecting critical infrastructure like telecommunication networks, electric grids, and financial networks from cyber-attacks. Read the full article from GPS […]
A current GPS World article highlights how the United States has an opportunity to regain its leadership in PNT technology by implementing an eLoran system to protect our national critical infrastructure.
We accept and acknowledge the government’s decision to decommission 62 of the current NDGPS sites. We strongly suggest that the government make no immediate plans to dismantle or dispose of these sites because we believe they are a very valuable national resource that could be used for other national services…
In “Clocking On,” Ronald Bruno and Charles Schue discuss eLoran as a PNT resiliency solution for ATM applications. Read the full article (PDF, 2 MB)