Royal Institute of Navigation NAV Series: GNSS Vulnerability

GNSS positioning, navigation and timing applications are vulnerable to malicious, accidental and space weather threats – but what can be done?

Rear Admiral Nick Lambert will keynote this one-day seminar on threat detection and mitigation techniques for civil use at the National Physical Laboratory, Hampton Road, Teddington on February 13.

GNSS positioning, navigation and timing applications are vulnerable to malicious, accidental and space weather threats – but what can be done?

Rear Admiral Nick Lambert will keynote this one-day seminar on threat detection and mitigation techniques for civil use at the National Physical Laboratory, Hampton Road, Teddington on February 13.

R. Adm. Lambert is the National Hydrographer and Deputy Chief Executive of the United Kingdom Hydrographic Office (UKHO) in Somerset. Part of the British defense department, the UKHO provides maps and charts and related services for the navy and international mariners.

The event, "GNSS Vulnerability: Countering the Threat" is free, but pre-registration is required.

It is sponsored by the British Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Knowledge Transfer Network PNT group, the Royal Institute of Navigation and the Space Applications Catapult Centre.

For more information, contact Bob Cockshott at the email address below.

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