Webinar held 23 June 20221, 17:00 London, 12:00 New York
GNSS-based timing is ubiquitous and free, but at the same time exceptionally vulnerable to interference. The United Kingdom is in the first phases of implementing its National Timing Centre as part of a national timing infrastructure. It is also developing a national PNT strategy for which time will be a critical foundational element.
This webinar will feature some of the UK’s leading experts in timing technology and dissemination and guest Ms Karen Van Dyke of the U.S. Department of Transportation. They will discuss the nature of resilient terrestrial timing architectures and systems that can contribute to them.
Dr. Richard Hoptroff, Hoptroff
Mr. Tony Flavin, Chronos
Mr. Leon Lobo, UK National Physical Laboratory
Ms Karen Van Dyke, U.S. Department of Transportation
Prof Simon Harwood, Cranfield University
Moderator: Mr. Dana A. Goward, RNT Foundation
- Threats to GNSS Timing – Prof Harwood
- Development of UK national timing infrastructure – Mr. Lobo.
- Development of US national timing infrastructure –Ms Van Dyke
- Panel Discussion
- Questions and Answers from moderator and audience.
Wednesday 23 June 2021
12:00 – 13:00 EST, 17:00 – 18:00 BST