“We and our customers are thrilled to have the GPS anti-jamming protection solutions brought by infiniDome.”
Fixed Wing UAV
“The infiniDome system really helps us and especially our customers to mitigate jamming problems that we are seeing in complex contemporary electromagnetic environments.”
Leading Loitering Munition Manufacturer
“Even our small, expendable loitering munitions depend on GPS to get to their target. Without GPS protection we cannot assure mission completion in today’s reality. We chose infiniDome solutions because they are light and with the lowest power consumption in the industry.”
Manned Ground Vehicle
US Government Entity
“With massive forces deployed worldwide, tracking them for efficient deployment as well as enabling IFF (identification friend or foe) becomes critically dependent on availability of GPS. In today’s reality any GPS application requires protection.”
Drone in a box
“One of our greatest successes is in border protection missions for autonomous surveillance of borders extending for kilometers. Any autonomous capabilities require resilient navigation information and we view infiniDome’s GPSdome as the first line of defense of ensuring integrity of GPS.”
“Our customers are seeing an increase in both intentional and unintentional navigational disruptions, including jamming for GNSS-based navigation. There hasn’t been a single set of solutions that meet all our customers’ operational needs, so we decided to create one. Our modular and scalable alternative navigation technologies are setting a new benchmark in terms of reliability and performance in GNSS-denied environments compared with what is available in aviation today.”
The Current and Future Risks of GPS Jamming for Drone Technology and How to Prevent an Attack
Omer Sharar, CEO of InfiniDome, has been working with Honeywell for the past several years on building solutions that address some of the biggest threats to drone security and safety – loss of GPS signal due to jamming or other interferences.
Today we’re talking about global navigation satellite systems – or GNSS – and in particular, their vulnerabilities to jamming and spoofing. Joining us in the conversation is Omer Sharar, CEO of infiniDome, a GPS security company based in Israel.