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UrsaNav Makes the Case for Innovation and eLoran to Protect our Critical National Infrastructure

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 […]

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UrsaNav Presents the Power of eLoran at Washington DC ION Meeting

On July 22, 2015, UrsaNav contributed to a very successful meeting of the Washington DC Section of The Institute of Navigation (ION), hosted by the ION at the US Naval Observatory (USNO). Charles Schue gave a presentation entitled “Sharing Time Using Enhanced Loran”. Additionally, along with UrsaNav staff Dr. Gerard Offermans and Andrei Grebnev, he […]

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UrsaNav Facilitates Recent eLoran Signal Test

eLoran Signal Tests Start, Could Demonstrate GPS Backup Alternative This past Friday, June 19th, marks an important milestone in the pursuit of the establishment of an eLoran network to complement the positioning, navigation and timing of GPS within the United States. The CEO of UrsaNav, Mr. Charles Schue, has fought tirelessly to facilitate the rebirth […]

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Exelis, UrsaNav, DHS & US Coast Guard Enter Trial PNT Agreement

Exelis, UrsaNav, the Department of Homeland Security and the U.S. Coast Guard enter agreement to trial ground-based position, navigation and timing signal Contact: Leah Lackey Phone: 703.668.6234 Email:   HERNDON, Va., May 22, 2015 – Exelis (NYSE: XLS), UrsaNav, Inc., the Department of Homeland Security’s Science and Technology Directorate (DHS S&T), and the U.S. Coast […]

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UrsaNav Attends Resilient Navigation and Timing Foundation Annual Meeting and Dinner

President and CEO Charles Schue attended the recent Resilient Navigation and Timing (RNT) Foundation annual meeting and dinner held at the Metropolitan Club in Washington, DC. Charles and other UrsaNav personnel including Steve Bartlett joined Google’s Vint Cerf, Department of Defense CIO Terry Halvorsen, and thought leaders from industry and government to exchange ideas and enjoy […]

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