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Per Enge

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Per Enge, Ph.D., is the Vance and Arlene Professor in the School of Engineering at
Stanford University, where he is also the director of the Stanford
Center for Position Navigation and Time.

His laboratory pioneers satellite-based navigation systems for aviation
and maritime use. One of these systems came on line for aviation in the
United States in July of 2003. Today, it is carried by more than 110,000
aircraft, and similar systems have been deployed in Europe, Japan, and
India. For his work, Enge was elected to the National Academy of

He is a fellow of, and received the Kepler, Thurlow, and Burka awards from,
the U.S. Institute of Navigation (ION). He is also a fellow of the
and the U.S. Air Force inducted him into the GPS Hall of Fame. He is a former President of the ION.

He received his Ph.D. from the University of Illinois.

Enge is a member of the Inside GNSS Editorial Advisory Council.

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On the Air

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GIOVE-B on the Air

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