Over the past couple years at Swift Navigation, we've been developing an open source project for statistical modeling in C++ called albatross [https://github.com/swift-nav/albatross]. We use albatross in several of the core models behind our Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) correction services; things such as real-time estimates
Mothers. Moms. First, call yours and thank her. Then, think about hiring someone else’s. I’d like to discuss the qualified professionals that many companies may be overlooking. I believe mothers are an untapped resource. In addition to the skills developed in their careers before children, they add to
This repository demonstrates tooling that we have developed at Swift Navigation for building internal data entry applications for our network team. These applications consist of a large number of forms whose formatting depends heavily on a data model that we maintain in the backend. Due to the relative newness and
One of the most anticipated engineering traditions at Swift is our bi-yearly three-day hackathon event. In the weeks leading up to the hackathon, we open a hackathon Slack channel so we can start building excitement, sharing ideas and lobbying for team members. Everyone is welcome and Swifters can either be
Summary Building and running hardware-in-the-loop (HITL) testing infrastructure is a large scale effort for Swift Navigation. The nature of GPS processing and the interaction of RTOS, embedded Linux, and FPGA components makes HITL testing especially important. Having to manage local custom hardware adds unique challenges that don’t easily fit
Last time [/type-safe-functional-graphql] we left off with a very minimal GraphQL API with its resolver function written in Purescript. Now, let's look at more complex resolver functions that have asynchronous return values. Input and Context First, let's take a closer look at the GraphQL resolver function. Open up your index.