Securing Positioning & Timing

organised by

The Royal Institute of Navigation

in Edinburgh, UK


Course Purpose

To build understanding of how to Protect, Toughen & Augment your system or application.

Protect: identify, locate, and classify threats;

Toughen: add resilience to the antenna or receiver;

Augment: fuse GNSS with alternative sensors.

Who is it for?

This course will include technical content but is pitched to be accessible to a wide audience that includes integrators, application teams and informed users.

  • Those wanting to improve knowledge and skills in relation to assured positioning and timing
  • Critical infrastructure providers with some reliance on satellite-derived time or position
  • Autonomous vehicle / drone users and system designers who want to understand global navigation satellite system (GNSS) vulnerabilities steps to improve performance
  • Those wanting to know what practical steps can be taken towards a more secure positioning and timing system
  • System and application designers and users wanting practical information to understand best practices for positioning and timing resilience

Reception

Course delegates are invited to attend a networking reception at Akva, Edinburgh, after the training. Delegates from the following RIN International Navigation Conference will also attend.

Course fees

Course fees are subsidised through the generous support of UK Space Agency.

Delegate: full day including lunch and evening reception                        £95.00

Student delegate: fully day including lunch and evening reception      £35.00 

Discounts for RIN members (available when logged as a member on www.rin.org.uk)  20%

CPD Credits

This course is admissible for CPD. A certificate of attendance is available on request.

The Royal Institute of Navigation offers a route to professional engineering registration for professionally qualified members, click here for more information.

Course Programme

The course is structured around the themes Protect, Toughen & Augment. These themes represent current best practices for improving the security and resilience of navigation systems.