Washington View – PNT: Nothing to See?

A Department of Homeland (DHS)-chartered May 2021 report concludes that PNT threat and resilience concerns are not as dire as some have made them out to be, and that funds for backup could be spent elsewhere. Why this runs counter to other recent government reports is not clear, nor is the fallout from this divergence of Congressionally mandated views. The Department of Transportation has distanced itself a bit from this report by the RAND Corporation—and even its issuer, the DHS, seems to have done so.This column breaks down the 286-page DHS report written by the RAND Corporation, “Analyzing a More Resilient National Positioning, Navigation, and Timing Capability.”

https://insidegnss.com/pnt-nothing-to-see/


Topics: Department of Homeland (DHS)-chartered May 2021 report; PNT threat and resilience concerns; PNT backups; 286-page DHS report written by the RAND Corporation Analyzing a More Resilient National Positioning, Navigation, and Timing Capability; DOT; DHS; contrary views on report

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