Orolia Responding to Military GPS/GNSS Challenges this Week in Paris
In response to the growing threat of GPS/GNSS interference in military operations, Orolia is presenting its Assured Positioning, Navigation and Timing (PNT) Solutions at this week’s Eurosatory exhibition in Paris, France.
In addition to showcasing its proven technology solutions, Orolia will also distribute its latest whitepaper, “A Holistic Approach to Trusted, Resilient PNT,” which presents innovative strategies and opportunities to protect against GPS/GNSS spoofing and jamming in military environments.
A leading provider of Resilient PNT solutions, Orolia is also a European leader in delivering trusted technology solutions for critical programs such as the European GNSS system Galileo, and the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 HELIOS project for next generation air, land, and sea search and rescue technology.
Orolia recently announced a $30 million contract signed to support new Galileo satellites with atomic clocks, and introduced itsGADSS ELT commercial aircraft emergency tracking beacon as part of the HELIOS project at the Paris Air Show last year.
On the global stage, Orolia has also recently received a $34M contract from the U.S. military to provide personnel recovery devices to covertly locate and help rescue warfighters who are lost, captured or in distress.
“At Orolia, we’re committed to delivering innovative, yet practical technology solutions to meet Europe’s most critical defense and security needs,” said Orolia CEO Jean-Yves Courtois in a press release leading up to Eurosatory exhibition, which takes place June 11-15, 2018. “We provide timing and location data you can trust, and our solutions are often the first line of defense in protecting critical intelligence, navigation and communications systems.”
Military forces require continuous access to trusted PNT resources anytime, anywhere. Yet vulnerabilities give adversaries the opportunity to deny access to, or even falsify, navigation and timing data. Orolia delivers Assured PNT capabilities for warfighters to detect, mitigate and help prevent threats such as interference, jamming and spoofing.
The company’s solutions are designed to be flexible, scalable and configurable based on required features, performance and budget considerations. Their complete, end to end solutions include GNSS jamming and spoofing detection, alternative sources of robust, encrypted satellite-based PNT data, and military personnel recovery systems.
For more details on this week’s conference, visit the Eurosatory website at http://www.eurosatory.com/?lang=en.