GPS

GPS

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Developing alternative positioning, navigation, timing (PNT) systems for when GPS is denied has long been a priority for military forces worldwide. A new solution...
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Because of the widespread use of GPS-style technologies – in navigation, mobile phone networks etc. – false signals have the potential to cause widespread...

Safeguarding IT requires a multi-layered approach that incorporates security technologies and user training. Geofencing creates a virtual fence on a user's network access. This limits...
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iHLS INNOFENSE - Innovation program for technological startups in the civilian and security sector, which will be operated by iHLS in collaboration with the...
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GPS technology has been around for quite some time, ever since 1973 when the US Department of Defense (DoD) created a satellite system that...
manned unmanned aircraft

The United States Air Force has recently succeeded in flying and landing a 1968 Cessna 206 without having anybody on board. The United States...
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VTOL drones (vertical take-off and landing) combine the best qualities of fixed-wing aircraft and quadcopters. A new technology supplies VTOL upgrade module for fixed-wing...
unmanned systems

Attend the seventh Conference and Exhibition on Unmanned Systems and Robotics - AUS&R 2019. Register! Representatives from government, leading defense industries, military, security forces and law...
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The Global Positioning System (GPS) and global navigation satellite system (GNSS) are essential to military navigation. GPS receivers are vulnerable to jamming even if...
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One of the problems characterizing the current battlefield is that in a contested environment with degraded or no GPS signal, the combatants cannot shoot,...