Ensco to Demo Positioning, Navigation & Timing Platforms; Boris Nejikovsky Comments

Boris Nejikovsky

Ensco will showcase commercial off-the-shelf positioning, navigation and timing platforms at an upcoming conference the Institute of Navigation’s military division will host for the departments of Defense and Homeland Security.

The company said Friday it will demonstrate the Timing, Communications and Ranging IP measurement system and the Timing, Communications and Ranging Device during the 2018 Joint Navigation Conference.

JNC will take place from July 9 to 12 in Long Beach, Calif.

“The conference is an excellent opportunity to join others committed to technical advances in PNT and the application of the technology to support the warfighter,” said Ensco President Boris Nejikovsky.

The company’s representatives Wilbur Myrick, Todd Faulkner and Dan Goff will also deliver presentations about PNT integration across multiple platforms.

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