2007-2015 PNT Symposium Videos & Animations
During the annual PNT Symposla from 2007 - 2015, a number of invited speaker and/or student presentations have included short video/animation clips that were played during the presentation. We have collected all of these video and animation files and listed them chronologically, from most recent to oldest, on this page.
Each video / animation is represented below by a Play Video / Play Animation button, accompanied by the name of the presenter, the title of the presentation and a one-sentence description of the video or animation.
Click any Play Video / Play Animation button to open a web page where you'll find more information and a web player window to view the video / animation.
2015 PNT Symposium • Jansen
2015 PNT Symposium
Fred Jansen Talk: Rosetta—To Escort and Land on a Comet
Slide #3: Solar System Creation Video
Play Solar System Creation Animation
2014 PNT Symposium • Chao
2014 PNT Symposium
YC Chao Talk: Navigation and Maps
Telenav Scout: Open Street Map 10th Anniversary Video
Play Telnav Scout: Open Street Map 10th Anniversary Video
2012 PNT Symposium • Fugelseth
2012 PNT Symposium
Ron Fugelseth talk: A Toy Train in Space
Ron and his young son track us a cell phone's GPS to track a toy train attached to a hot air balloon from launch to landing.
2010 PNT Symposium • Pahlavan
2010 PNT Symposium
Kaveh Pahlavan Talk: Wi-Fi Localization and its Emerging Applications
Animation: Boston: Computerized GPS Street Atlas
Play Boston: Computerized Street Atlas animation
2010 PNT Symposium • Whelan
2010 PNT Symposium
Dave Whelan Presentation: Boeing iGPS—The benefits of integration with Nav and Com
Video: Cold Start Direct-Y Acquisition Under Jamming and Dynamics Run-for-Record Visualization, 26 June 2009
Play Boeing: iGPS Video animation
2007 PNT Symposium • Wiley
2007 PNT Symposium
Barbara Wiley, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA), talk: NGA’s Support for Positioning and Navigation
Animation of the GPS satellite constellation based on precise GPS ephemeris data
Play Animation of the GPS satellite constellation based on precise GPS ephemeris data