A very British GNSS could be on the horizon
from Inside GNSS
As the deal/no-deal Brexit conundrum continues to roil UK politics, the British government has quietly sounded out strategic partners in the so-called "Five Eyes" security alliance for help in launching its own satellite positioning system. Due to leave the European Union on Oct. 31, the UK faces a lockout from the continent's Galileo system and services, most crucially its — as yet unrealized — Public Regulated Service, an encrypted navigation signal for governmental-authorized users and sensitive applications, that is, the military.
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