AIM+ anti-jamming and RF spectrum monitoring system
The mosaic-T features AIM+ Advanced Interference Monitoring and Mitigation, offering built-in protection against intentional and unintentional jamming and spoofing using a sophisticated system of sampling and mitigation mechanisms. The stationary nature of critical infrastructure makes it vulnerable to jamming or even to spoofing attacks. Jamming occurs when GPS signals are overpowered by illegal devices called “jammers”, which could for example be used in passing by vehicles to avoid road tolling. Spoofing is a malicious form of jamming where an attacker sends fake signals into the receivers. AIM+ offers protection against both jamming and spoofing for robust and resilient timing in any environment.
The GNSS+ Technologies – converting difficult environments into precise and accurate positioning
Activity in the ionosphere is a problem for GNSS signals, from cycle slip or total loss of signal lock. Having honed our skills, supporting applications in the most iono-active areas on Earth, the result is IONO+ the most advanced protection of GNSS signals against ionospheric disturbances.
Metal and large nearby structures can reflect GNSS signals and produce multipath. The APME+ system effectively disentangles direct and reflected signals enhancing both position and measurement quality.
Advanced Receiver Autonomous Integrity Monitoring (RAIM+) comprises fault detection mechanisms of the receiver at all the levels including the generation of measurements, quality control and navigation algorithms. Detected faulty measurements, which are typically caused by high multipath or active ionosphere, are removed from the solution.
Intuitive web user interface
The mosaic-TTM includes an intuitive web user interface for easy operation and monitoring, allowing you to control the receiver from any mobile device or computer. The web interface also uses easy-to-read quality indicators ideal to monitor the receiver operation while on the job.
Wherever reliable high-precision GNSS positioning is needed: