Software problems could delay launch of GPS IIIF satellites

By Shelley K. Mesch / February 7, 2024 at 10:41 AM
Further delays in the Next Generation Operational Control System for the GPS enterprise could push back the launch date for the GPS III Follow-On satellites, according to the annual report from the director of operational test and evaluation . OCX will likely be another 16 months late, according to the report, pushing the operational date to July 2025. It was initially expected in fiscal year 2023. OCX is designed to replace current software to provide full control of modernized civil...

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