Galileo based timing receiver for Critical Infrastructure using Galileo’s open service navigation message authentication (OS-NMA) system
On December 16, 2021, the Partners of the GEARS project will present the final results of the Galileo Authenticated Robust Timing System during a webinar. The system developed in the project aims to provide a Galileo-based timing receiver for critical infrastructure. For this purpose, new technologies and innovations have been integrated to meet the mandatory security and robustness requirements.
This live presentation will be hosted by European Union Agency for the Space Programme (EUSPA) with Orolia, leader of the GEARS consortium alongside with FDC, NLR (Netherlands Aerospace Centre), NLS-FGI (National Land Survey of Finland-Finnish Geospatial Research Institute) and NavCert.
From NavCert, our colleague Paulo Mendes will be there.
- Thursday, 16 December 2021
- 2:30 pm
For more information about the project, the event and to register, visit Orolia at: Gears Project Webinar