Complete GNSS Protection
Protects against all types of spoofing, both Multi-Constellation and Multi-Frequency
Track and deliver your cargo with trust, by preventing both driver and external GNSS spoofing
Portable navigation devices (PNDs) and in-vehicle systems (IVS) built in cars display wrong location, navigation and time.
Advanced driver-assistance systems) – depend on GNSS for non-line-of-sight performance and auto-pilots - spoofing effects the car steering, navigation and speed.
Depends on GNSS for navigation, initialization of HD map-based localization, time sync and more.
Spoofing is often involved in freight stealing, trans-positioning the containers. This is used by criminals to mislead law enforcement and hide traces of theft.
Once fake GPS signals are affecting the telematics unit, the fleet operators are incapable of monitoring real activity.
Drivers spoof their own tachograph GNSS chipsets, in order to circumvent different limitations or falsify driving information.
See first hand the way in which hackers are performing spoofing attacks, our team will instruct you on the process of fake GPS signal generation and the different methods in which vehicle navigation systems are attacked. This will provide you with crucial understanding of your own system's vulnerabilities. The entire penetration testing is done confidentially and based on your requirements.
Validate that Regulus Cyber Pyramid GNSS Protection is seamlessly integrating with your existing GPS system, and that it truly detects all types of incoming spoofing signals. This remote demo is an opportunity for you to expend your cybersecurity portfolio and knowledge. This is also a method for you to evaluate whether Pyramid GNSS has any impact on your computing power or real-time navigation signal acquisition.
Current GNSS chipsets, embedded in trucking telematics systems, provide PNT (Position, Navigation and Time). The current receivers are incapable of differentiating whether their spoofed or authentic.
The Regulus Pyramid GNSS™ Algorithm detects spoofing, by filtering the fake signal and ensuring the authentic satellite signal is the only one received by the truck's navigation and telematics system.