The European Union’s STRIKE3 project briefed the PNT Advisory Board last week about their on-going work to detect and identify GNSS disruptions. Through limited sampling, the project has come up with some disturbing results showing the vulnerability of GNSS signals.
This has undoubtedly contributed to the EUs’ pronouncement that GNSS signals alone are not sufficient “for critical and fail safe operations.”
Note: The comment that the project has discovered about 300 jammer families was made by the presenter to the board, but cannot be found in the slides. Contact us at email@example.com for more information.