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UESI-PSLS: GPS Denial:A Discourse on History, Significance, and Threats

  • 18 Oct 2023
  • 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
  • 700 Cherrington Parkway, Moon Township, PA


  • ASCE and PSLS Members
  • Includes 2 attendees, recognition at introductions with 2 minute elevator speech
  • includes 2 attendees, recognition during happy hour, and prize giveaways at end event



Pop-Up Technical Social Hour


GPS Denial: A Discourse on Its History, Significance, and Threats

by: John Hamilton, President Terrasurv

Global navigation satellite systems (GNSS) have become part of our society's critical infrastructure. From mapping services, automated machinery controls, and field navigation, our technological advancements and way of life have become heavily reliant on GNSS. This discussion will touch on what GNSS constellations mean in our information technology network, its vulnerabilities and threats, and what is being done to build redundancy and resilience.

Location: Civil & Environmental Consultants, Inc. (CEC) office, 700 Cherrington Parkway, Moon Township, PA. 

Agenda Overview:

5:30 pm Happy Hour Utility Scavenger 

6:30 pm Dinner Presentation

7:30 pm Closing Remarks and Prizes

Big Thank You to CEC for supporting our event.

Event includes catered dinner and beverage selection.

Please register for headcount and planning purposes. Registration ends Wed, Sep 20.


UESI Pittsburgh: Bryan Teschke bteschke@thelexisgroupllc.com

PSLS SW David E. Housley | DH@HarshmanLLC.com

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