Septentrio, a frontrunner in high-precision GNSS* positioning options, launches OSNMA (Open Service Navigation Message Authentication) on their high-end PolaRx5 reference receiver collection. OSNMA provides end-to-end authentication on Galileo’s civilian indicators, defending receivers from GNSS spoofing assaults. Spoofing is a malicious type of radio interference, the place defective positioning info is shipped into the receiver. OSNMA provides one other layer of safety to the prevailing AIM+ anti-jamming* and anti-spoofing know-how that Septentrio receivers are recognized for. Such excessive stage of resilience is particularly necessary for reference receivers in purposes which require assured PNT in addition to in stationary crucial infrastructure, which is particularly susceptible to GPS spoofing.
“We’re excited to supply OSNMA anti-spoofing know-how now in our scientific and reference GNSS receivers. The addition of OSNMA to Septentrio’s already robust anti-jamming and anti-spoofing know-how takes our receivers to a brand new stage because the market chief of resilient positioning and timing options for industrial purposes and demanding infrastructure,” stated François Freulon, Head of Product Administration at Septentrio. “On high of OSNMA we’ve got additionally up to date our PolaRx5 product vary with the most recent RINEX format to assist model 3.05 in addition to model 4.0. With these updates PolaRx5 turns into the main scientific and reference receiver household supporting all the new GNSS applied sciences launched in 2022.”
OSNMA authentication mechanism can also be out there on the mosaic™ GNSS module household and on Septentrio’s newest OEM boards. PolaRx5 receivers with OSNMA know-how can be showcased by Septentrio on the ION JNC convention in San Diego, United States from 6-9 June, in sales space 220. For extra details about Septentrio receivers contact the Septentrio workforce.