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Septentrio takes the next step in GNSS receiver security with OSNMA anti-spoofing

By GeoConnexion - 28th April 2021 - 14:08

Septentrio, a provider of high-precision GNSS positioning solutions, announced that its receiver has successfully authenticated navigation data of the first OSNMA encrypted GNSS satellite signal. OSNMA (Open Service Navigation Message Authentication) offers end-to-end authentication on a civilian signal, protecting receivers from spoofing attacks. OSNMA is being pioneered by the Galileo Program, with Septentrio providing a testbed for this technology from the end-user point of view. The anti-spoofing capabilities of OSNMA will complement Septentrio’s already available best-in-class anti-jamming technology, AIM+, and further strengthen the overall security of Septentrio GNSS receivers.

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