2008 PNT Seminar Information

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2008 PNT Seminar Information

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Click on the image box above to view/download a PDF copy of Professor David Last's 2014 PNT Symposium dinner presentation The Navigation of Navigation. This PDF file contains both the slides and the complete text of Professor Last's presentation.

Stanford Center for Position, Navigation and Time

The guiding technology vision of the new Stanford Center for Position, Navigation and Time (SCPNT) is position and trajectory determination at the centimeter level - anywhere, anytime. PNT technology is undergoing a vast revolution that began in 1973 with the advent of the Global Positioning System (GPS). In the coming decades, breakthroughs in PNT technology will impact the world in many significant ways, benefiting billions of people. The Center's goal is to be the world's premier academic and research institution for PNT and related technology.

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