6/30/2020 – Orolia Webinar: The Next Generation of CRPA Testing Reimagined for the User

Tue, Jun 30, 2020 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM MDT


Orolia, the World Leader in Resilient PNT, offers powerful and proven GNSS simulation built on a flexible platform, designed to make testing CRPA seamless and effective through advanced tools and automation. This webinar will uncover the methods and solutions for testing CRPA, how it applies to different industries and applications, and how Orolia’s software-defined approach reveals limitless possibilities for users, while strengthening the mission for critical operations.
Register HERE for this exciting event!
Speakers Include:
Tim Erbes, Orolia Defense & Security
Tim Erbes
Director of Engineering, Orolia Defense & Security
Tim Erbes is the Director of Engineering at Orolia Defense & Security, an organization specializing in PNT performance, requirements, testing, integration and threat mitigation. Erbes’ career has focused on simulation, embedded systems, and test automation for GPS in NAVWAR applications. Prior to Orolia Defense & Security, Erbes worked as the Chief Technology officer at Talen-X, overseeing technical development, quality assurance, and innovation for PNT solutions. Earlier on, Erbes played an essential role at Rockwell Collins as a systems engineer for the well-known Military GPS User Equipment (MGUE) program. Erbes received his bachelor’s degree in Aerospace Engineering from Iowa State University.

Lisa Perdue, Orolia

Lisa Perdue,
Product Manager, Orolia
Lisa Perdue is a world-leading expert in testing critical GPS and GNSS systems. She has 20 years of navigation experience, including 10 years in the US Navy. She has trained hundreds of engineers and technicians who are responsible for high-reliability positioning, navigation and timing applications and speaks widely on the topic at many industry conferences.”

Stephane Hamel, Orolia

Stéphane Hamel 
Director, Testing & Simulation, Orolia
With a career spanning more than 20 years in engineering test and RF, Stéphane Hamel has developed many innovative and large-scale products to test semiconductor devices, radios and GNSS receivers. In 2014, he founded Skydel, now part of Orolia. Hamel is one of the architects behind the Skydel Simulation Engine.