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Published on Jul 30, 2015
Sponsored by: NavCom Broadcast date: Thursday, September 18, 2014 On-Demand Available Until: Friday, September 18, 2015 Moderator: Alan Cameron, Group Publisher, GPS World and Geospatial Solutions Speakers: Todd E. Humphreys, Director, Radionavigation Laboratory, University of Texas; Mark L. Psiaki, Professor, Sibley School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Cornell University Summary: The threat of deceptive signal spoofing is a key element of cyber-crime and cyber-terrorism. The ongoing effort, vital to defense, government security, and all forms of navigation and tracking, to differentiate between real and fake GNSS signals gets an up-close and personal look from two leading researchers in the field, Mark L. Psiaki and Todd E. Humphreys. Our speakers will also expand the topic to address other vulnerabilities of navigation, collision avoidance, and timing systems, for example, weaknesses in aviation’s ADS-B protocol and the vulnerability of automotive radar systems.