GNSS cyber threat is growing rapidly with real-world attacks. Today, little is done to secure GNSS against hacking attacks. GNSS is critical being the only source of absolute position, navigation, and time (PNT).
Regulus’s Pyramid GNSS can detect whether a GPS signal is coming legitimately from satellites or a spoofed source. This protection is critically important to ensure the reliability and safety of autonomous vehicle sensor security, commercial aviation GNSS defense, ship GNSS protection, drone navigation relying on GPS, Stock Markets utilize it for accurate and synced trade timing, as well as to protect the people and property that would be adversely affected by the potentially tragic consequences of GPS spoofing.
Regulus offers several versions of the Pyramid GNSS technology:
- Pyramid GNSS Receiver – Pyramid GNSS receiver, fortified to detect GNSS spoofing, will be provided for testing. (Available now)
- Pyramid GNSS Add-On – The Pyramid GNSS technology installed as an “add-on” that can be integrated with your choice of satellite receiver to enable spoofing detection capabilities for any GNSS board. (Available now)
- Pyramid Software Stack – Adding spoofing detection capabilities to GNSS receivers without any additional hardware.
- Pyramid GNSS IP Core – Spoofing and jamming detection and mitigation – at the chip level (ASIC, FPGA, CPLD) – uninterrupted position, navigation and time (PNT) even while under attack.