New APS Technology Outsmarts Hostile Interference

BAE Systems has developed technology it claims could replace GPS for creating location data because it operates in areas GPS cannot and outsmarts jamming, disruption, and spoofing.

The technology is called Navigation via Signals of Opportunity (Navsop), and it doesn’t rely on any single satellite infrastructure but rather picks up signals from existing wireless systems including television, radio, Wi-Fi and mobile phone networks. Under some conditions the system can even use the signals from GPS jammers to aid navigation.

Potential applications for the military are clear as Navsop resists hostile interference and can function in remote areas. Soldiers could operate inside dense urban areas, deep inside buildings, and in areas as remote as the Arctic using the signals from Low-Earth-Orbit satellites and civilian devices.

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