NavSAS Listed Among the First Fifteen Known Users of the TEXBAT

14 October 2014

The Navigation Technologies Research Area has been listed among the first fifteen known users of the TEXBAT dataset, on the University of Texas Website.

TEXBAT is a battery of recorded spoofing scenarios has been compiled for evaluating civil Global Positioning System (GPS) signal authentication techniques. The battery can be considered the data component of an evolving standard meant to define the notion of spoof resistance for commercial GPS receivers.

Among the first fifteen there is also the NAVIS Centre that is collaborating with the Navigation Technology Research Area on these datasets. The NAVIS Centre was founded by SEAGAL project in 2010 and today it is supported by the Growing NAVIS project, both coordinated by the NavSAS group.

All the information is available here.