January 2013: Under DARPA’s All Source Positioning and Navigation (ASPN) program, Vesperix is developing novel RF-based methods for enhancing the accuracy of navigation in urban areas and inside buildings, where multipath often reduces the accuracy of standard RF systems like GPS. These new methods take advantage of the physics of RF scattering and propagation to provide useful information in even the most severe multipath environments.
August 2013: Under a Small Business Innovative Research contract from the US Army, Vesperix is developing high precision ranging methods, capable of location accuracy equal to or better than GPS, which can operate in bands used by GSM cellular networks. The methods operate without interference to GSM service and can be implemented using inexpensive commercially available hardware.
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