Chronos Technology, global timing and synchronization company, is exhibiting its anti-jamming technology at ION GNSS+ 2013 in Nashville, Tennessee, September 18-20.
Exhibiting at Stand 723, Chronos will be demonstrating the Chronos Sentinel system, which enables a light-touch deployment of GPS jamming detection for a short period of time and allows a GPS jamming report to be created to enable management to assess the threat.
Chronos will also be displaying various GPS products, including the new CTL3520 handheld GPS jamming detector and locator system aimed specifically at detecting GPS jammers hidden in vehicles. The unit can pinpoint even the weakest jammer and identify the vehicle in which the jammer is hidden, even in a busy multi-storey car park. Other applications include detecting vehicles with jammers at ports, fleet depots, airport car parks and taxi ranks.
In addition, Professor Charles Curry, managing director with Chronos Technology, is presenting a technical paper “GPS Jamming -Threat Scenarios” on Monday, September 16, at CGSIC, which precedes ION GNSS+ 2013.
For more information about ION GNSS+ 2013, visit www.ion.org