Jamming Threats Explored in GPS World Webinar

November 25, 2013  - By 0 Comments

A system to detect and locate GPS jamming will be explored in a free GPS World webinar Thursday, December 5. The webinar, “Detect and Locate GPS Jamming: Provide Actionable Intelligence,” focuses on the Signal Sentry 1000, an Exelis system.

GPS is an essential element of the global information infrastructure and supports nearly every facet of modern life. However, the availability and usage of low-cost GPS jamming devices has resulted in the increased threat of intentional and unintentional disruption to commercial and industrial systems that rely on precise GPS data. That is why Exelis developed Signal Sentry 1000, a solution that enables authorities to locate with pin-point accuracy the sources of interference thereby assuring safety, efficiency, and revenue. This webinar will discuss the threat and Signal Sentry, and will be of interest to anyone whose organization relies on GPS for information or commerce. Registration is free.

Date: Thursday, December 5, 2013
Time: 10 a.m. PST / 1 p.m. EST / 6 p.m. GMT

Moderator

Don Jewell, Editor, Defense PNT Newsletter

Speaker

Jeff Coffed, Product Marketing Manager, Exelis Inc.

Jeff Coffed is a marketing professional with over 20 years’ experience in the high-tech sector. Currently, he has product marketing responsibility for the Analytical Instruments, Precision Optics, Precision Structures and Positioning, Navigation and Timing divisions at Exelis.

Panelists

Carl Slutsky, Product Manager for Signal Sentry 1000, Exelis

Carl leads product strategy and development efforts and is responsible for product technology road maps and the engineering requirements for the ongoing development of the Signal Sentry product line.

Joseph Rolli, Signal Sentry Business Manager, Exelis

Joseph Rolli is a senior program manager in the Positioning Navigation and Timing group at Exelis.

Jon Schnabel, Chief Scientist, Geospatial Systems, Exelis

Jon Schnabel is a Senior Staff Scientist at Exelis Geospatial Systems with 33 years of Systems Engineering experience. He has worked on for 15 years in various Systems Engineering roles on both the Space Segment (Blocks IIR, IIR-M, III) and Ground Segment (OCX) programs.he pace will only accelerate. Sort through the multiple issues and get your roadmap to the future with Janice Partyka and a panel of industry experts.

 

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