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2021 PNT Webinar Symposium • Invited Speaker Presentation Videos

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The table below displays the invited speaker presentations from Day 1 and Day2 of the 2021 PNT Webinar Symposium. The presentations are listed in alphabetical order of the presenter's last name.

While all of the presentations were recorded on both days of the 2021 webinar symposium, we have only received permission from some of the speakers to display their video presentation and/or a PDF file of their presentation slides.

For those presentations which we are permitted to display, click on the Play Video button preceding the presentation title to open an SCPNT Video Gallerey webpage containing an unlisted (not searchable) YouTube video of that presentation.

Also, for those presentations for which we are permitted to display presentation slides, click on any presentation title in blue text to view/download the presentation PDF file.

2021 PNT Webinar Symposium • Invited Presentations

Invited SpeakerAffilationPresentation Title (Blue=Link to Presentation File)
Penina AxelradUniv. of Colorado & NIST
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Tracking Clustered CubeSat Deployments

John BurkeDARPAAtomic frequency references and sensor
Todd ElyNASA JPLDeep Space Atomic Clock (DSAC)
Eric FrewUniversity of Colorado, Boulder
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Control and Navigation of Unmanned Aircraft in Complex Atmospheric Phenomena

Andrew HansenDepartment of Transportation, Volpe
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Complementary PNT Evaluation

Gabriella HarariStanford University
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Using Location data for Mental Health

Tonya LadwigLockheed Martin
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The Future of Assured PNT

Sherman Lo & Todd WalterStanford University
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Welome Comments & Announcements

Guttorm OpshaugQualcomm
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Navigating using 5G

Brad ParkinsonStanford University, Emeritus
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Wouter PelgrumBlue Origin
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Navigating to Space and Back at Blue Origin

Mac SchwagerStanford University
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Robots that Work Together, Robots that Play Together