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Webinar - Protecting Time-Sensitive Critical Infrastructure Systems

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Time-sensitive systems are facing many issues related to the use of GNSS as the sole provider of accurate timing information. In addition to jamming and spoofing threats that are gaining more visibility, GPS also has a week rollover event occurring in April 2019. Due to the 10-bit week number counter used for the GPS week number, the week number count will roll over from 1023 to zero in April 2019. If the receiver does not handle this properly, any number of failures can occur. How can we ensure our systems will handle this event correctly? What other time based GNSS related issues should we be concerned with?

To help address this issue and other potential threats, GNSS simulation and vulnerability testing are essential to ensure that your system is highly accurate, reliable and protected from errors and interference. A regularly scheduled, customized simulation and testing program not only detects anomalies, but can help you design and maintain the optimal security levels and protocols required for your specific needs. Customized solutions not only suit your needs better — they're often more secure than an out-of-the-box approach.

In this webinar, learn more about issues that can impact GNSS-based time-sensitive critical systems, and how to use the latest GNSS simulation and vulnerability testing technologies to test and validate these systems. 


Lisa Perdue, Product Manager, Orolia 

Perdue is a world-leading expert in testing critical GPS and GNSS systems. She has trained hundreds of engineers and technicians who are responsible for high-reliability positioning, navigation and timing (PNT) applications. She took a lead role in the development of the first GNSS Vulnerability Test System and speaks widely on the topic at many industry conferences.

Stefania Römisch, Leader, the Atomic Standards Group at the National Institute of Standards and Technology 

 Römisch leads the Atomic Standards Group at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in Boulder, Colorado. Her group's activities include the generation of UTC(NIST), and the use of GPS and TWSTFT to contribute to Universal Coordinated Time. Her research interests span from time scale generation to the calibration of time transfer links and the development of a secure timing infrastructure.

Dana Goward, President, Resilient Navigation and Timing Foundation 

Goward is president of the Resilient Navigation and Timing Foundation, a 501(c)3 non-profit. The foundation is dedicated to protecting, toughening and augmenting GPS/GNSS signals. He retired from the federal Senior Executive Service as America's Maritime Navigation Authority in 2013, and is a member of the government's National Space-Based Positioning, Navigation and Timing Advisory Board. 

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