The researchers of the Space and Navigation Technologies Area have been invited to share their experience on GNSS interference, jamming and spoofing by the Swedish Board of Radio Navigation (RNN) at the Global Satellite Navigation Systems Webinar, that will take place next May the 11th.

These hot topics in the space community are linked to the evolution of the global navigation systems – GNSSs and their security. Our researchers are working on these themes in the ROOT project, managed and funded by the European GNSS Agency GSA.

ROOT wants to experimentally assess the benefit introduced by Galileo authenticated signals in the specific context of the synchronization of 5G telecommunication networks.

The webinar, free of charge, will be held in English and focused on GNSS vulnerabilities and on the new Galileo features that are going to be implemented in the next future to increase GNSS security.

Speakers will come from Swedish Defence Research Agency (FOI), The Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency (MSB), RISE Research Institutes of Sweden, NAVSEC, LINKS and the European GNSS Agency (GSA).

The agenda and the registration link are available here:

Our researchers will present from about 4.00 PM:

  • Marco Pini, head of the Area will present the “Use of authenticated Galileo signals for the synchronization of telecom networks: the H2020 ROOT project”;
  • Beatrice Motella, Project Leader, will provide an overview on a new Galileo feature, the OSNMA: “OS-NMA decoding on software radio platforms, the experience at LINKS Foundation”