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September 5, 2019

Spirent Makes Major GSS9000 Series GNSS Constellation Simulator Enhancements

Spirent Communications plc, a provider in global navigation satellite systems (GNSS) testing solutions, has announced the launch of its enhanced GSS9000 Series GNSS constellation simulator. Designed to provide significantly-improved capability, flexibility and performance, the GSS9000 Series has been updated to meet the ever-more-demanding test needs of high-performance satellite navigation systems.

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By Inside GNSS
August 27, 2019

Australian Government Purchases GNSS Jamming & Spoofing Detection

Australia’s Department of Defence has awarded AUS$28 million (about $19 million U.S.) to a range of technology companies for cutting-edge concept exploration and technology demonstration. Four of the 15 awarded projects involve satellite technology, and one of them, given to GPSAT Systems Australia Pty Ltd, is to develop GPS jamming and spoofing countermeasures.

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June 26, 2019

Safran, Orolia Announce Global Resilient PNT Partnership

Enables Complex Military Missions in GNSS Denied Environments

At last week’s Paris Air Show in Le Bourget, France, Safran and Orolia announced the signing of a strategic partnership to offer the latest resilient positioning, navigation and timing (PNT) solutions for military forces, especially in GNSS denied environments.

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By Inside GNSS
June 24, 2019

Space Development Agency Plans to Create an Alternative GPS Constellation

UPDATE: A week after this story appeared the news broke that Fred Kennedy had quit as the head of the Air Force’s new Space Development Agency after just four months on the job. News reports suggested that issues with his boss, Undersecretary of Defense for Research and Engineering Mike Griffin, were at the heart of the resignation. — Dee Ann Divis

The director of the Department of Defense’s new Space Development Agency (SDA) said Friday that one of his priority projects is to create an alternate GPS capability using frequencies different from those of the current constellation.

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By Dee Ann Divis

Tesla Model S and Model 3 Prove Vulnerable to GPS Spoofing Attacks, Research from Regulus Cyber Shows

Test drive illuminates need to protect GNSS with proactive cybersecurity strategies

Tesla Model S and Model 3, electric cars built for speed and safety, are vulnerable to cyberattacks aimed at their navigation systems, according to recent research from Regulus Cyber. During a test drive using Tesla’s Navigate on Autopilot feature, a staged attack caused the car to suddenly slow down and unexpectedly veer off the main road.

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By Inside GNSS
May 16, 2019

The Biggest Thing in Anti-Jam Technology Just Got Smaller

NovAtel® Expands GPS Anti-Jam Portfolio with the GAJT®-410ML

NovAtel announced today an addition to their GPS Anti-Jam Technology (GAJT®) portfolio, the GAJT-410ML. Designed specifically for rapid integration into space-constrained military land applications, this easy-to-use system protects GPS-based navigation and precise timing receivers, including M-Code, from both intentional and accidental interference.

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