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UrsaNav | Harris | Hellen SystemsResearch and Radionavigation (GLA)
Google | Orolia | Taviga | Spirent


AFCEA International | Akima | Austin Insulators/Navigation | Chronos Technology | Continental Electronics Corporation | Defense Strategies Institute | IAIN | iPosi | The Institute of Navigation  | The Maritime Alliance | NautelNav | Network Time Foundation | The National Defense Industrial Association | The Radio Technical Commission for Maritime Services | The Royal Institute of Navigation | SAE | Shine Micro | Syncworks | USMRC



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Member Since: 2013

UrsaNav

UrsaNav is the world’s leading supplier of Low Frequency (LF) Complementary Position, Navigation, and Timing (PNT) solutions and associated professional services. The business is focused on products and services associated with wide area terrestrial augmentations to GPS, such as Loran-C and Enhanced Loran, and the provision of co-primary PNT. UrsaNav strives every day to make the world a safer and more prosperous place.

Learn More: UrsaNav.com



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Member Since: 2014

Harris

Harris is a leader in Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) related products and systems and information and technical services, supplying military, government and commercial customers in the United States and globally. The name Harris signifies our expeditionary spirit, exceptional foresight and strong commitment to proactively anticipating and adapting solutions to our customers’ most critical problems.

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Member Since: 2014

Research and Radionavigation (General Lighthouse Authorities)

The Research and Radionavigation Directorate (R&RNAV) undertakes research and development of physical and radio marine aids to navigation (AtoNs), support systems and their integration to support the GLAs’ mission “to deliver a reliable, efficient and cost-effective Aids to Navigation service for the benefit and safety of all mariners”. R&RNAV mainly operates from Harwich and is based in the Trinity House Offices. R&RNAV work for the GLAs, which comprise: Trinity House, the Northern Lighthouse Board and the Commissioners of Irish Lights.

Learn More: GLA-RRNAV.org



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Member Since: 2015

Google

Ten things we know to be true:

  1. Focus on the user and all else will follow.
  2. It’s best to do one thing really, really well.
  3. Fast is better than slow.
  4. Democracy on the web works.
  5. You don’t need to be at your desk to need an answer.
  6. You can make money without doing evil.
  7. There’s always more information out there.
  8. The need for information crosses all borders.
  9. You can be serious without a suit.
  10. Great just isn’t good enough.

Learn More: Google.com/about



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Member Since: 2015

Hellen Systems

Hellen systems is a management and marketing company focused on exploring new technologies and assisting companies in understanding how those technologies can transition to new or emerging markets.



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Member Since: 2017

Orolia

Orolia is the world leader in resilient positioning, navigation and timing (PNT) solutions that improve the reliability, performance and safety of customers’ critical, remote or high-risk operations. Through its leading Kannad, McMurdo, Sarbe, Spectracom and Spectratime brands, Orolia has more than 400 employees and sales presence in over 100 countries worldwide. Leading organizations including Airbus, NASA, Thales, and Raytheon rely on Orolia for fail-safe GNSS and PNT products and solutions for their mission critical needs. Founded in 2006, Orolia has a global presence with offices in China, France, Russia, Switzerland, the U.K., the U.S.A. and further plans to expand its global footprint in 2017.

Learn More: www.orolia.com



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Member Since: 2015

Taviga

Taviga is focused on the provision of Assured Timing and Navigation to secure national critical infrastructure from cyber and other threats, thereby addressing the growing concern that overdependence on single systems for positioning, navigation, and timing (PNT) makes us all vulnerable.Taviga combinesthe founders’ decades of experience specializing in Low Frequency (LF)PNT technology and industrial timing applications at national and international levels. Its objective is to provide a commercially operated assured LFPNT service.

Learn More: Taviga.com



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Member Since: 2016

Spirent

Spirent’s Position, Navigation and Timing division is the world leader in the provision of test solutions for GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite Systems) development, verification, integration or manufacturing. In the past few years, Spirent has been actively developing solutions to address GNSS vulnerability, which ranges from natural vulnerabilities through to intentional attacks, where the technology to intentionally disrupt GNSS has become much more accessible. Spirent offers a practical Robust PNT framework to audit receiver, system or application resilience, providing test systems for customers to use as well as advice and test services.”

Learn More: Spirent.com


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AFCEA International

AFCEA is a 501(c)(6) non-profit international organization that serves its members by providing a forum for the ethical exchange of information. AFCEA is dedicated to increasing knowledge through the exploration of issues relevant to its members in information technology, communications, and electronics for the defense, homeland security and intelligence communities.

Member Since: 2014
Learn More: AFCEA.org


Akima

Akima, LLC is a holding company that supports a diverse portfolio of Federal and Commercial service providers. Headquartered in Herndon, Virginia, our operating companies play leadership roles in information technology, data communications, systems engineering, software development, cyber security, space operations, aviation, construction, facility management, fabrication and logistics.

Member Since: 2015
Learn More: Akima.com


Austin Insulators/Navigation

Austin Insulators/Navigation is a designer and manufacturer of Radio Insulator Products including Tower Lighting Systems for use on VLF, LF and MF Broadcast Antennas including eLoran plus other Radio Navigation and Timing Transmitting Antennas. Austin Insulator products are installed on thousands of low to high power broadcast antennas world-wide.

Austin Navigation a division of Austin is involved in planning and supply of Radio Navigation Systems for Ports, Harbours and Deep Sea Navigation with an emphasis on Vessel Traffic Management (VTS).

Member Since: 2015
Learn More: Austin-Insulators.com


Chronos Technology

Chronos is recognized as a global expert in timing and synchronization for telecoms, transport, broadcast, energy and financial systems. Established in 1986, Chronos is also a global leader in GPS jamming and interference detection and location; and a specialist technology company in the field of position, navigation and timing. Chronos supplies GNSS (GPS) products including receivers, recorders and simulators, and GNSS infrastructure (antennas, splitters, repeaters) for the distribution of GNSS RF signals into sensitive environments. Chronos has developed a range of bespoke GPS timing products for time and frequency synchronisation in power and communication systems.

Member Since: 2014
Learn More: Chronos.co.uk


Continental Electronics Corporation

Continental’s Very Low Frequency (VLF) and Low Frequency (LF) transmitters serve a critical role in providing reliable communication and timing references. Continental has more than 50 years of experience in providing and supporting VLF and LF transmission systems including complete turnkey projects in all areas of the world. Our transmitters are so widely deployed that at any time, at any location on earth, a Continental transmitter signal can be received.

Member Since: 2015
Learn More: Contelec.com


Defense Strategies Institute

DSI is a premier non-partisan Institute designed to assist in advancing the mission critical goals of the United States’ Military and Government. Through our high level educational training summits and symposiums we are able to reach across all offices and departments in a fair and balanced manner. We bring together the mission relevant representatives in our neutral “Town Hall” forums in order to foster the necessary discussions and debates to help them achieve efficient and effective mission success.

Member Since: 2015
Learn More: DSIGroup.org


The Institute of Navigation (ION)

The Institute of Navigation (ION) is the world’s premier non-profit professional society dedicated to the advancement of the art and science of positioning, navigation and timing (PNT). Founded in 1945, it serves a diverse community including those interested in air, space, marine, land navigation, and position determination. Its membership is worldwide, and it is affiliated with the International Association of Institutes of Navigation.

Member Since: 2014
Learn More: ION.org


International Association of Institutes of Navigation (IAIN)

Representing global navigators in all environments, the International Association of Institutes of Navigation (IAIN) was formed in 1975. It is registered in the Netherlands and comprises Institutes of Navigation (IONs) worldwide, Associate Members, Corporate Members and Corresponding Members. IAIN is a non-governmental, non-profit making organisation with the objective of uniting national and multi-national institutes and organisations which aim to foster human activities at sea, in the air, in space and on land, and who may benefit from the development of the science and practice of navigation and related information techniques. It has consultative status at both the IMO and ICAO and is also represented at the IHO and the UN International Committee on GNSS (ICG). IAIN holds a World Congress every three years and the next will be in 2018, hosted by the Japanese Institute of Navigation. The Association is always seeking new member organizations.

Member Since: 2017
Learn More: www.iainav.org


iPosi

Based in Denver and Boulder, Colorado, iPosi is focused on serving the growing demand for precise, jam-resistant, time synchronization, and accurate mobile and fixed device indoor positioning. These features provide services in applications as diverse as indoor 3D E911, Critical Infrastructure timing, wireless network and high-precision mobile location determination in enterprise, residential and public venues. iPosi’s advanced embedded technology enables its customers to provide unprecedented, instantaneous positions, accurately locating people even deep inside a building where GPS and GNSS signals are at their weakest and least reliable using conventional solutions.

Member Since: 2014
Learn More: iPosi.com


The Maritime Alliance

As The Security Network (TSN) was organizing the San Diego defense/security sector and looking at maritime security, they discovered that San Diego is a major maritime technology center reaching far beyond maritime security. In January 2007, The Maritime Alliance (TMA) was organized (formerly the Center for Maritime Systems and Security) to focus on “Promoting Blue Tech & Blue Jobs”. The goals of TMA are to organize the San Diego maritime technology community as a formal cluster and to reach out nationally/internationally to promote development/rapid adoption of innovative maritime technologies and collaborative business opportunities. TMA is administered by The Security Network.

Member Since: 2014
Learn More: TheMaritimeAlliance.org


The National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA)

The National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA) is America’s leading Defense Industry association promoting national security. NDIA is proud to provide a legal and ethical forum for the exchange of information between Industry and Government on National Security issues. Our members foster the development of the most innovative and superior equipment, training and support for our warfighters and first responders through our divisions, local chapters, affiliated associations and events

Member Since: 2014
Learn More: NDIA.org


NautelNav

With its 45 year track record of innovation in transmission technologies, Nautel has emerged as a leading manufacturer of broadcast transmitters and navigational products. Two ISO 9001:2008 certified manufacturing facilities, one in Canada and one in the United States, provide comprehensive design, fabrication, assembly and testing. With over 12,000 transmitters deployed in over 177 countries since 1970, Nautel continues to lead the way in providing valuable new solutions for navigation and broadcast applications.

Member Since: 2014
Learn More: NautelNav.com


Network Time Foundation

Network Time Foundation (NTF), a 501(c)3 was founded in 2011. We provide direct services, including management and technical support, to open-source network time software projects that improve the state of accurate and secure computer network timekeeping. NTF focuses on precise timekeeping in business, science, healthcare and government, as well as the community overall.

Without the correct synchronization of network time, performing analysis, audits, investigative efforts and other studies that require piecing together correct sequences of events based on timestamps is impossible. Well-kept and synchronized time builds trustable data and therefore builds accuracy, security and reliability of operations.

Member Since: 2016
Learn More: networktimefoundation.org


The Radio Technical Commission for Maritime Services (RTCM)

The Radio Technical Commission for Maritime Services (RTCM) is an international non-profit scientific, professional and educational organization. RTCM members are organizations (not individuals) that are both non-government and government. Although started in 1947 as a U.S. government advisory committee, RTCM is now an independent organization supported by its members from all over the world. We keep our members involved on regional and international maritime radionavigation and radiocommunication policy issues, regulatory changes, and technical standards development.

Member Since: 2014
Learn More: RTCM.org


The Royal Institute of Navigation

The Royal Institute of Navigation is a membership-based learned society with charitable status head-quartered in London, UK. Founded in 1947 and incorporated by Royal Charter in 2006, its charitable objects are:

  • To unite all those with an interest in navigation
  • To advance the art, science and practice of navigation
  • To promote knowledge in navigation and its associated sciences including positioning, timing, tracking, and the conduct of a journey whether on, in, over, or under the land, air, sea or space.

Member Since: 2015
Learn More: RIN.org.uk


SAE

SAE International is the premier world resource for the design, manufacturing, operation, and maintenance of automobiles, aircraft, space vehicles, off-highway equipment, trucks, buses, trains, marine craft, engines, and self-propelled vehicles. The largest automotive and aerospace standards-setting body in the world, SAE offers technical information in the form of papers, books, magazines, meetings, conferences, professional development seminars, workshops, expositions, continuing education programs, and Internet products. SAE is committed to serving Society through its vehicle safety, maintenance, resource conservation, and education programs.
Member Since: 2017
Learn More: SAE.org


Shine Micro

Shine Micro has designed a wide variety of microprocessor-based electronics since 1980, with a focus on the marine VHF industry. When Automatic Identification System technology emerged in 2001, Shine Micro pioneered long range reception techniques that quickly earned the company recognition as an industry leader. Shine Micro now offers AIS solutions for maritime, avionics, Aids To Navigation (AtoNs), and self-contained, solar powered beacons. Shine Micro products are praised by commercial, recreational, and military users alike as the most sensitive AIS receivers commercially available.Shine Micro strives to provide quality, on-time, best value products and solutions for our customers using continuous improvement as the foundation for our processes.

Member Since: 2015
Learn More: Shine Micro.com


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Syncworks

Syncworks is the industry leader in delivering network synchronization and timing solutions to the telecommunications, utilities, and cable industries in the US and Caribe markets. We help our customers design, evolve, implement timing technologies to support emerging packet-based platforms with high QOS. Our industry best practices were developed, refined and proven on thousands of projects over the past decade. Syncworks is the master distributor and longtime partner for Microsemi FTD (formerly Symmetricom), the global leader in synchronization technology.

Member Since: 2017
Learn More: SyncWorks.com


USMRC

The United States Maritime Resource Center (USMRC) is an independent nonprofit organization with a niche focus specializing in navigation safety, maritime risk mitigation, human capital development and raising awareness of international shipping, maritime trade and transport.

Member Since: 2015
Learn More: USMRC.org