GNSS interference is everywhere

According to IATA, GNSS interference is now affecting over 5% of commercial flights within Europe, impacting key aerospace services such as ADS-B, ground proximity instruments and radar. In 2021, we completed a survey of GNSS interference across the UK. Every sensor detected GNSS interference in some form, and sensors in urban environments detected over 50k events during a 2-month period that could affect safe operations. 


“GNSS interference is listed as the root cause of 10% of drone crashes within our UK databases.” - Leading Drone Information Provider
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CGI SignalSense

CGI SignalSense provides operators with an understanding of GNSS availability and reliability so you can operate safely and with confidence.

A UK network of thousands of sensors can notify when GNSS spectrum is under attack affecting PNT supported operations. Routing and plans can be established based on quantified data.

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Guided by experts, tailored by you

The development of CGI SignalSense has been guided by expert users of GNSS from Air Traffic Management, Maritime Safety and Emergency Services; and supported by the UK and European Space Agencies.

CGI SignalSense is scalable for UK wide coverage and is cloud ready for both public or private cloud, including private networks. Through our partners, we can communicate expected nominal GNSS performance to measure whether tolerance or activity could affect your operations.

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