October 2020: Dr. Peter Iannucci's recently-submitted paper, Fused Low-Earth-Orbit GNSS, was highlighted in the MIT technology review for its expected impact on the US Army's navigation technologies. The paper proposes to leverage low-earth-orbit internet constellations, like SpaceX's Starlink, to provide strong, jam-resistant positioning signals that augment the existing GPS. The need for this augmentation is emphasized by the recent emergence of low-cost GNSS jammers and spoofers, which have been appearing across the globe. Dr. Iannucci and his coauthor Dr. Humphreys are optimistic that this technology will prove indispensable for high-integrity navigation. 

Read the MIT Technology Review article here.