Inside GNSS provides original and unbiased coverage of the
It strictly targets satellite navigation engineers, product designers and system integrators, industry and government leaders. The printed version of the magazine reaches an international audience of 30,000 subscribers and a third of those readers live outside of the United States.
Inside GNSS appears in print, as a digital version, and online. The print and digital versions are published six times a year, with editions in January-February, March-April, May-June, July-August, September-October, and November-December. A free e-newsletter, SIGNALS, goes out twice a month. It features exclusive GNSS news stories, program updates and policy analysis.
In addition, free technical webinars are scheduled several times a year, featuring experts on subjects such as design and application of unmanned systems, GNSS/INS integration, precise positioning techniques and more.
All of the Inside GNSS editorial products are free to qualified readers.
The magazine is owned by Gibbons Media & Research LLC, a privately-held company based in Eugene, Oregon, USA.
Glen Gibbons, the editor and managing partner, has spent 27 years covering and commenting on GNSS news and developments. He was the founding editor of GPS World, Galileo’s World, and "GPS World Newsletter." He and partner Eliza Schmidkunz launched Inside GNSS in January 2006.
The owners edit and publish the magazine from a college town about 100 freeway miles south of Portland, a major city on the North Pacific coast of the United States. Of interest to geodesists and geotechnical engineers, the company rests on Willamette Silt, in the Cascadia Subduction Zone region, and the owners hope this deceptively calm part of the country stays that way as long as possible.