Stephen Bruder

Stephen Bruder, Ph.D., is a subject matter expert in the area of GPS denied navigation with 20+ years of experience and more than 50 peer reviewed publications.

He is currently an associate professor at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, member of the ICARUS research group, and a consultant in the area of aided navigation systems. Dr. Bruder has served as principal investigator on aided navigation projects for MDA, AFRL, NASA, SNL, USSOCOM, and others, to include the development of a GPS denied navigation algorithms for unmanned ground vehicles (SNL) and a satellite based autocalibrating inertial measurement system (MDA). (Based on document published on 28 June 2018).