STRIKE3
Standardisation of GNSS Threat reporting and Receiver testing through International Knowledge Exchange, Experimentation and Exploitation

Background & Objectives

The STRIKE3 project aims at standardising the systems, processes and interfaces for GNSS interference reporting and receiver testing.

The three offerings appeal to different market sectors, thus maximising the opportunity for theSTRIKE3 partners to capitalise on their key skills and interests as well as target different market opportunities within the GNSS community.

All three offerings will be compliant with the STRIKE3 standards hence the importance of ensuring the standard is accepted at the international level.

  1. GNSS interference detection and reporting systems. This will target GNSS application developers.
  2. GNSS interference database. This will target the GNSS research, test and evaluation community.
  3. GNSS receiver testing. This service will focus on supplying services to purchasers of GNSS equipment, services and application and shall conduct vulnerability and resilience testing of their existing and proposed systems to ensure robustness against the threat database.

Objectives

The STRIKE3 project aims at standardising the systems, processes and interfaces for GNSS interference reporting and receiver testing. During the course of the project, there are a number of developments which will directly lead to advanced demonstrators and prototypes.

 

 

    Coordinator: 
    Mark Dumville
    Nottingham Scientific Ltd
    Tottle Road Loxley House Riverside Business Park
    Notthingham
    NG2 1R
    United Kingdom
    GSA Project Officer: 
    Joaquin Reyes
    Total Cost: 
    1 315 428 €
    EU Contributions: 
    1 170 615 €
    Project Call: 
    H2020 – Galileo 2nd Call
    Contract Number: 
    687329

    Resources

    Standardisation of GNSS Threat reporting and Receiver testing through International Knowledge Exchange, Experimentation and Exploitation

    08 October 2018
    Partners
    Automotive & Rail Innovation Center
    Germany
    Finnish Geodetic Research Institute
    Finland
    Nottingham Scientific Ltd
    United Kingdom
    Satellite Applications Catapult Limited
    United Kingdom
    GNSS Labs
    India
    Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI)
    South Korea
    Totalförsvarets Forskningsinstitut
    Sweden

    Updated: Oct 11, 2018