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Current threats to GNSS: An update of incidents and impacts with Guy Buesnel


published on 20 February 2021 65

Found on YouTube. Created by "Royal Institute of Navigation". Originally published on 2021-02-19.
This webinar is part of the Resilient Positioning Navigation and Timing Seminar Series. Find out more about this series at: https://rin.org.uk/events/EventDetails.aspx?id=1482381&group=

Presenter: Guy Buesnel, PNT Security Technologist Spirent Communications plc

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