infiniDome Ltd., the GPS Security Company, announces the immediate availability of GPSdome OEM Board, its board-level product line delivering GPS signal protection for UAV/UAS, Fleet Management and Critical Infrastructure.
The GPSdome OEM Board is designed for OEMs to fully integrate anti-jamming technology and deliver unmatched power and weight differentiation. For those customers seeking to retrofit their existing larger drones and realize quick time-to-market, infiniDome also offers the simple to mount and ready to deploy GPSdome product in an IP-67 housing that is the size of a deck of playing cards.
GPSdome OEM Board is the industry’s only dual-use (commercial and military) GPS anti-jamming protection offered as a PCB solution. When integrated into a GNSS receiver, GPSdome OEM Board not only detects the attack, but also shields the received signals from being overpowered by jammers. Protecting GPS/GNSS signals ensures continuity of navigation and timing signals which assures normal operations during a jamming attack. These assaults can have drastic effects, including losses in property and services as well as the potential risk to lives.
When triggered, GPSdome OEM Board sends an alert and notifies operators of the earliest possible detection of GPS/GNSS interferences. When infiniDome’s CommModule is integrated alongside GPSdome, the alert is sent to infiniCloud – infiniDome’s GPS Security Cloud– where users have access to real-time and statistical data on GPS attacks.
“After learning from multiple customers that system size, weight and power limitations are getting more stringent, we addressed these market requirements with the smallest, lightest solution which will have minimal negative impact on system performance,” said Omer Sharar, infiniDome’s CEO. “Our matchbook-sized GPSdome OEM Board integrates into the flight controller of drones, the telematics unit for fleets, and inside the time server for critical infrastructure where it delivers signal protection for continuous operation of these mission-critical assets.”