14-17 September 2021, Excel London                       

How Resilient Positioning, Navigation and Timing (PNT) is Transforming Mobile Military Operations

How Resilient Positioning, Navigation and Timing (PNT) is Transforming Mobile Military Operations

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How Resilient Positioning, Navigation and Timing (PNT) is Transforming Mobile Military Operations

10 Sep 2019
West Theatre
Aerospace
GNSS is key to effective situational awareness and battlefield decision making, providing critical Positioning, Navigation and Timing (PNT) data for mobile military operations. Yet the ability to disrupt GNSS for increasing periods of time through jamming and spoofing is growing. This threatens critical missions due to its impact on navigation and maneuvers, command and control, sensor platforms, communications, tactical networks, unmanned vehicles and warfighters.
 
This briefing will present key mobile military operations that rely on continuous and trusted PNT data from GNSS, and their vulnerabilities to spoofing and jamming, such as:
•    SatCom on the Move
•    C4ISR
•    Airborne Communications Relay
•    Synthetic Aperture Radar
•    Combat Search and Rescue

This presentation will also identify technologies, best practices and strategies that can be adopted to create more Resilient PNT for defence including:
•    GNSS jamming and spoofing detection and protection systems
•    Alternative sources of PNT data to augment military operations during a GNSS outage
•    Testing protocols to maintain a state of PNT readiness
Speakers
Jean-Yves Courtois, CEO - Orolia

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