GPSoft was founded in 1996. Over the years we have been on the forefront of MATLAB-based solutions for navigation simulation, analysis and data processing. Our SatNav Toolbox, Inertial Navigation System Toolbox, and Navigation System Integration and Kalman Filtering Toolbox have been put into use by industry, government and academia in more than fourteen countries.
About Our Technical Director
The technical director of GPSoft is Dr. Michael S. Braasch. Dr. Braasch is the Thomas Professor of Electrical Engineering at Ohio University and has been conducting research with the Avionics Engineering Center at Ohio University since 1985. In addition to his research on GPS and INS, over the years his work has also been involved with the Instrument Landing System, the Microwave Landing System, Loran-C, Distance Measuring Equipment and General Aviation cockpit displays.
Mike has lectured on various aspects of GPS in Canada, the Netherlands, Singapore, Russia, Turkey and the Ukraine. He is internationally recognized for his work in characterizing and mitigating the effects of multipath in GPS. He has written numerous journal articles and conference papers and has co-authored two book chapters in this area.
Mike is a Senior Member of the IEEE and is a Fellow of the U.S. Institute of Navigation.
Mike is a licensed professional engineer in the State of Ohio (USA) and holds a commercial pilot’s license with instrument rating.