Precise GPS allows automated cars to know thier own position with a high degree of accuracy, which is imperative for keeping a car in its own lane. Take a look at our latest papers on the topic:

Low-cost Precise Positioning for Automated Vehicles

Researchers at UT are discovering ways to make centimeter-accurate GPS affordable, reliable, and marketable, with some exciting possibilities for consumers. Take a look at our latest papers on the topic: 

A Dense Reference Network for Mass-Market Centimeter-Accurate Positioning

Advanced Techniques for Centimeter-Accurate GNSS Positioning on Low-Cost Mobile Platforms

The goal of the Machine Games project is to make drones a part of everyday life. Drones will use cm-accurate positioning service enabled by concurrent research at UT Radionavigation Lab. Take a look at our latest paper on the topic:
A Dense Reference Network For Mass Market Centimeter Accurate Positioning

Dr. Humphreys delivered a keynote presentation in Sydney, Australia at the 2016 Workshop of the International GNSS Service. His presentation focused on how reference networks and mobile devices will have to change to support precise positioning for the mass market. All IGS Workshop presentations can be found at