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The project addresses resilience of aviation operations to GNSS frequency jamming and cyber (i.e. spoofing or meaconing attacks done via a GNSS signal generator) threats. The project shall assess the threats on GNSS signals and resulting risks for civilian flights. It shall develop possible monitoring techniques to detect and localise threats. The project shall also assess possible technical and operational mitigation techniques to reduce the impact of such threats on the aviation operations.
GNSS-Finland Service project will offer signal quality information in multiple frequencies for all four Global constellations, i.e., GPS, Galileo, GLONASS and BeiDou. In addition, it will offer alert messages to Traficom in case of detection of any predefined signal anomalies. Anomalies could be among other things interference on GNSS signal. This project is the successor of the project GNSS-Finland (GNSS Signal Quality Monitoring in Finland - FinSig) that ended in June 2019.
PNT Traffic Light (PETAL)
The project PETAL (PNT Traffic Light) will focus broadly in assessing GNSS and SBAS performance at high latitudes (above 60˚ N).
The main objective of FEGNOS research project is to measure the availability, continuity and accuracy of GPS v. GPS+EGNOS.
GNSS signal quality monitoring in Finland (FinSig)
FinSig will use the Finnish National GNSS network ‘FinnRef’ in first-hand monitoring of the status of GNSS signal quality over Finland. A service architecture design will be developed and demonstrated, including a list of hardware, software, inter-modular communication, and system integration needs.
Standardisation of GNSS Threat reporting and Receiver testing through International Knowledge Exchange, Experimentation and Exploitation STRIKE3
GNSS is being used for an ever increasing range of safety, security, business and policy critical applications.