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Webinar – Beyond GNSS: An Introduction to Alternative PNT Solutions

Mark your calendars for an enlightening journey into the future of Positioning, Navigation, and Timing (PNT) technologies with the upcoming webinar, “Beyond GNSS: An Introduction to Alternative PNT Solutions.” Scheduled for Wednesday, May 15, 2024, this event is a must-attend for professionals across multiple sectors, including defense, transportation, logistics, agriculture, and more.

Why You Should Attend: As GNSS becomes increasingly susceptible to interference and jamming, exploring alternative PNT solutions has never been more critical. This webinar will dive deep into the vulnerabilities of traditional GNSS systems and discuss innovative strategies and technologies to enhance resilience and accuracy in PNT applications.

Expert Speakers Line-Up:

  • Ricardo Verdeguer Moreno, Product Line Manager, Defence & Space, Spirent Communications
  • Cathryn Mitchell, Professor, University of Bath
  • Bryan Chan, Co-Founder, Strategy and Business Development, Xona Space Systems

Key Topics Include:

Unveiling Spirent PNT X: Discover Spirent’s advanced sixth-generation simulation system, which integrates more signals from more sources than ever, all in one compact system. Experience capabilities that range from native LEO PNT to patented I/Q spatial awareness, supported by a robust 140 dB continuous dynamic range. Spirent PNT X is engineered for the dynamic future of PNT.

Exploring Alternative PNT Solutions: We’ll delve into GNSS vulnerabilities and examine both existing and emergent terrestrial and space-based alternatives that are shaping the future of global positioning, navigation and timing.

Introduction to Alternative PNT Methods: From traditional GNSS to modern approaches involving LEO satellites.

Challenges of Current GNSS Systems: Including space weather impacts, interference, and deliberate jamming.

Innovative Solutions: Explore how technologies such as multi-frequency systems, directional antennas, and satellite-based augmentation can mitigate these challenges.

Real-World Applications: Discuss the application of these technologies in various sectors, with a focus on enhancing operational resilience.

    Who Should Attend: Professionals from academia, industry, and government sectors involved in navigation technology, as well as anyone keen on understanding the future directions and innovations in PNT technologies.

    Don’t miss out on the opportunity to gain insights from leading experts and advance your understanding of the next generation of navigation solutions.

    Register Here to secure your spot.