KTN is one of the partners on MarRINav, a project aimings to explore the vulnerabilities of GNSS as a PNT solution

Overview

The MarRINav (Maritime Resilience and Integrity of Navigation) project is exploring in depth maritime requirements for resilience and integrity in Position, Navigation and Timing (PNT).

MarRINav is a European Space Agency project run in partnership with a consortium of organisations led by NLA International which comprises The General Lighthouse Authority, University of Nottingham, University College London, Taylor Airey, Terrafix, London Economics and the Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN).

The project aims to explore the vulnerabilities of Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) as a PNT solution in the modern maritime environment.  A key element of this exploration is engagement with stakeholder groups from industry and academia. KTN is facilitating this stakeholder engagement via meetings and workshops and the report summarising the findings from the first workshop held in May 2019 can be found here.

You may also be interested in a detailed article about resilient high-integrity PNT in a future maritime service environment which can be accessed here.

You can access more information about the project and sign up to the newsletter to receive regular updates here.

If you’d like to talk to us about the project, contact Bob Cockshott, KTN’s Knowledge Transfer Manager for PNT.

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