GPS jammers are ideal for self-driving cars and personal equipment

GPS jammers are ideal for self-driving cars and personal equipment

Network company GPSdome Ltd. Announced that it has successfully conducted aerial tests on network equipment to prevent GPS interference and deception. The test was conducted at Bluebird Aero Systems Ltd. Specializes in unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). Moshe Kaplan, Chief Technology Officer of GPSdome, said: "We installed a GPS dome on a small Bluebird drone to test GPS protection under in-flight interference conditions." "Successful tests show that the drone protected by the GPS dome is being hampered. The GPS reception can be maintained continuously depending on the situation, and the unprotected drone loses the GPS signal. "

Ehud Sharar, CEO of GPSdome, said: "Our GPSdome is the perfect solution for small drones and other small solutions that don't need to reduce range." "Our GPSdome's amazing minimum SWaP (size, weight, performance) makes it a perfect solution for self-driving cars and Ideal for personal equipment. "

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Guy Ma Cham, Senior Partner of Management Consulting Company POC, said: “DHS places great importance on lightweight GPS jammer solutions to meet this challenge. GPSdome is the only commercial solution that weighs less than 150 grams and consumes less than 0.75 watts.”

Omer Shalar, Vice President of Marketing at GPSdome, said: "We are very interested in private GPS dome because all other existing similar products are developed based on military needs and therefore expensive." "Our affordable products are miniaturized. To better adapt to private applications such as national security, emergency and emergency services, fleet management, utilities and infrastructure, network synchronization, and financial transactions. "

GPSdome has developed a network protection solution against interference and interference from GPS-based systems. Compared to existing solutions developed for military applications, the competitive advantage is low, and GPSdome developed for civilian applications is superior. The company's development team consists of electronic warfare (EW) engineers who previously worked in the defense industry. They have developed GPS dome based on advanced military technology. However, innovative miniaturization technology and adaptability of private products have significantly reduced prices.

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