The purpose of this course is to build understanding of how to Protect, Toughen & Augment your system or application. INC delegates are not automatically registered for this training course - if you are interested in attending this course please visit the website for registration and further information.
0900-0915: John Pottle, Director, Royal Institute of Navigation: Course introduction and objectives
0915-1000: Guy Buesnel, PNT Security Technologist, Spirent Communications plc: Positioning & timing threat types, descriptions and examples
1000-1030: Mark Dumville, Managing Director, Nottingham Scientific Ltd: Threat detection and characterisation across critical national infrastructures
1100-1130: Mike Jones, Principal Capability Area Lead, Roke Manor Research: Jammer and spoofer geolocation approaches
1130-1200: Chris Farrow, Technical Manager, Chronos Technology Ltd: Timing vulnerability sources, identification and classification
1200-1230: Prof Cathryn Mitchell, Academic Director & NERC KT Fellow, University of Bath: Natural sources of positioning and timing vulnerability
1345-1430: Mike Jones, Principal Capability Area Lead, Roke Manor Research:Adding resilience: Antenna and receiver
1430-1515: Prof Terry Moore, Director Nottingham Geospatial Institute, University of Nottingham: Adding resilience: additional sensors
1545-1630: Prof Todd Humphreys, Associate Professor, The University of Texas at Austin: Adding resilience: secure perception for autonomous systems
1630-1700: Discussion and close
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18:00 - 19:30: Networking Reception: National Museum of Scotland
18:00 - 19:30: Networking Exhibitor Hosted Reception: EICC - Sponsored by NSL