GNSS Spoofing Detection

Offshore support vessel near an oil rig, outlines symbolizing the danger of a collision between the vessel and the platform.

What is GNSS spoofing?

Spoofing involves first intentionally jamming a user's global navigation satellite system (GNSS) solution, then providing fraudulent signals so the vessel appears to be in a different location. GNSS Resilience and Integrity Technology (GRIT) alerts users when spoofing is detected — putting the power back in the user's hands to know when their positioning, navigation and timing (PNT) becomes unreliable.

Bring GRIT to your LD8 or LD900 receiver through Quantum visualisation software from Hexagon | Veripos for the best in positioning reliability.

GNSS Denial and Spoofing

Interruption to the accuracy and redundancy provided by GNSS solutions places your crew, vessel and operation at risk. Learn more about GNSS jamming, spoofing and how to protect against them in our "GNSS Denial" chapter from our Introduction to GNSS book."