At ION GNSS 2011 in Portland OR, Javad Ashjaee, James L. Farrell and others participated in a panel discussing the U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security’s concerns on the effects of GPS jamming and spoofing on our national critical infrastructure.
As Dr. Todd Humphreys noted, U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security recently completed a risk assessment of the effects of GPS jamming and spoofing on national critical infrastructure. Some of us participated as subject matter experts in this assessment.
The DHS report, which is the most thorough one to date on this topic, has left many people saying “Yes, it’s a problem. Now what?”
This panel addressed the question “Now what?”
Topic: How do we secure civil GNSS?
- 8:30: Welcome and introduction: Moderator introduces topic, format, and ground rules
- 8:40: Moderator introduces panelists
- 8:45: Moderator frames the central question: “How do we secure civil GNSS?”
- 8:50: Logan Scott
- 9:00: Panel/audience response to Logan’s remarks
- 9:10: Javad Ashjaee
- 9:20: Panel/audience response to Javad’s remarks
- 9:30: Mark Psiaki
- 9:40: Panel/audience response to Mark’s remarks
- 9:50: Questions from audience, discussion among panelists
10:05 — 10:35: Morning break
- 10:35: Moderator welcomes audience and panel back, summarizes morning discussion
- 10:40: Oscar Pozzobon
- 10:50: Panel/audience response to Oscar’s remarks
- 11:00:James Farrell
- 11:10: Panel/audience response to James’s remarks
- 11:20: Felix Kneißl
- 11:30: Panel/audience response to Felix’s remarks
- 11:40: Questions from audience; discussion among panelists
- 12:10: Moderator and panelists offer concluding remarks
- 12:15: Panel concludes
ION GNSS 2011
September 19-23, 2011 (Tutorials: September 19-20)
Oregon Convention Center, Portland, Oregon
A subsequent experiment conducted in Texas, attracting national attention at that time, became the topic of eMail communications among several professionals in the satnav community. That sequence of communications resulted in a summary published in GPSWorld.