We provide the most robust GNSS cybersecurity solution on the market. In combination with a three-channel GP-Probe, the solution can detect sophisticated deliberate GNSS spoofing attacks in real-time. Spoofing detection latency is less than three seconds.
All-in-one platform for true real-time GNSS interference monitoring/classification/localization, detection of intentional synchronous spoofing based on spatial signal processing, GNSS signal quality analysis and logging
GNSS Signal Quality Monitoring & Logging
Every second, the GP-Cloud processes raw GNSS data from hundreds of connected GP-Probes or RTK Base Stations in real-time. The solution estimates GNSS signal quality, detects anomalies and saves broad data set in a database for post-analysis.
GNSS Interference Monitoring
GP-Probe TGE2 with an embedded 60MHz RF signal analyzer and high-end GNSS receivers provides excellent spectrum monitoring capabilities, RF interference detection, and classification. The system enables studying the quality of GNSS signals reception under interference conditions.
Web application for true real-time GNSS signal quality monitoring, logging, and post-analysis. Processes data from GP-Probes or other sources of raw GNSS data.
Detects and classifies:
Three-channel GNSS probe with an embedded RF signal analyzer. The spatial signal analysis technology ensures protection against deliberate precision spoofing attacks.
- Works in combination with the GP-Cloud
- 3 GNSS channels & 60 MHz RF SA
- PPS phase accuracy measurement
Application for GPS spoofing vulnerability testing. Supports Ettus Research SDR. Easy-to-use solution for critical infrastructure assessment. Does not require knowledge in GNSS field.
- Live sky spoofing
- Over-the-air spoofing
- Time or coordinates manipulation
Real-Time Threats Detection, Classification, and Response
Every second, the GP-Cloud processes streaming data from thousands of GNSS probes/receivers in real-time and sends instant notifications to the user.
- Three seconds spoofing detection latency
- Real-time under high load with > 1000 probes
- Instant user notification via RabbitMQ
Broad Integration Options with Third-Party Systems
Our solution is vendor-independent. The GP-Cloud supports diverse GNSS receivers with common industry protocols.
- RTCM, NMEA, Septentrio SBF over NTRIP
- Well-documented GP-Cloud’s Web API
- GP-Probe’s embedded LUA scripting
- GP-Blocker enables support of all time servers
Review integration options for time servers here: Learn More
Cloud-Based and Self-Hosted Licenses
Enterprise-Grade Application with Limitless Scalability
To ensure high service availability, limitless horizontal scaling, and low latency under high-load, we utilize the following technologies:
- Active-active application clustering with load balancing
- Database clustering
- Performance monitoring
Multi-Constellation Multi-Band GNSS Support
The GP-Cloud supports all existing GNSS constellations and all RF bands. The quality of each system is rated individually, enabling a choice of the proper constellation for your conditions.
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Yes, sure. You can use GP-Divider. It is a two-way RF power divider with a 10 mA current simulation. The current simulation is needed for the time server with the antenna preamplifier current measurement.
In an asynchronous spoofing attack, the generated signal can differ from the original one in a variety of parameters like coordinates, time, etc. Synchronous spoofers generate a counterfeit signal that is identical to the genuine. On the other hand, asynchronous attacks are easy to detect due to a sharp shift in the parameters. Synchronous attacks are much more difficult to execute, but they allow attackers to unnoticeably shift time or coordinates. Learn more in our article.
It is not a requirement at all. You can connect the PPS output of the time server to the PPS input of the GP-Probe and control the phase offset. It is an additional function of the system for controlling the health of the time server in real-time.
Affirmative. The GP-Cloud can be supplied under different license types. You can use it in the cloud or install it on your own servers.
It’s optional. If you are looking for guaranteed protection against intentional spoofing attacks, three channels/antennas are required. For the basic spoofing detection or just GNSS signal quality monitoring, one channel/antenna is needed.
Jamming – noise generation. Spoofing – fake satellite signal generation. Jamming is simple to detect – the associated satellites disappear. Spoofing is extremely challenging to detect since the fake signals can have the same power, modulation, structure, pseudoranges, doppler, etc. Jammers are not a big issue for time servers because servers have an internal local oscillator and can hold a phase and frequency for several days. Spoofers are the biggest issue for time servers because they can move time.
To protect GNSS time servers, we have developed the GP-Blocker. It is a threat blocker with an embedded noise generator. It can block even the most powerful RF signals. GP-Blocker is connected to the GP-Probe, and in case of spoofing or low signal quality, it can disconnect the antenna port of the protected time server.