Session D6: Application/Impact of PNT Technologies in the Homeland Critical Infrastructure

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Date: Thursday, August 26, 2021
Time: 8:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.

Session Chairs:
Jeremy Brown
OSD R-E
John Edwards
USCG C5ISC

 

 

1. A Cybersecurity-based Vision for Next Generation Resilient PNT Receiver Architectures to Address PNT Risks and Vulnerabilities: Ernest Wong, Department of Homeland Security Science and Technology Directorate
2. A Multi-Level Approach for Integrating GNSS Integrity into Critical Timing Applications: Josh Clanton, David Hodo, IS4S; John David Sprunger, and Scott Martin, Auburn University
3. Out-of-Band Global Positioning Systems (GPS) Navigation Message Authentication (NMA): Michael H. Cole, Ranwa Haddad and Karl L. Kovach, The Aerospace Corporation
4. Resilient PNT Reference Architecture for Critical Infrastructure: Patricia Larkoski, William Young, Bradley Moran, and Arthur Scholz, DHS HSSEDI FFRDC, operated by The MITRE Corporation
Alternates
1. A Resilient National Timing Architecture: Marc Weiss, Consultant; Patrick Diamond, RNT Foundation; Dana A. Goward, RNT Foundation
2. How the West is Losing the Navigation and Timing War, and Risking Everything: Dana A. Goward, Resilient Navigation and Timing Foundation
3. How to (Easily) Ignore Geofencing of Protected Areas: Threat, Demonstration, and Mitigation.: Jonathan Taylor, Orolia Defense & Security
4. PNT Assessments of Critical Infrastructure – Find, Fix and Fortify: Greg Gerten and Geoffrey Hella, KBR

Break in Exhibit Hall: 10:00 a.m. - 10:45 a.m.

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