The GalilEo Authenticated Robust timing System (GEARS) project aims at providing a Galileo-based timing receiver for Critical Infrastructures.
The prototype to be developed and validated (at TRL7) will embed relevant new technologies and innovations already identified as obvious candidate by the GNSS community to reach expected security and robustness.
Thanks to performances and economic criteria shared along the project between the consortium (Orolia, FDC, NLR, NLS-FGI and NavCert) and a large committee of Stakeholders, a new mature timing receiver will be ready for operators.
Orolia will industrialise and market by 2021 a Galileo robust timing receiver tremendously enhancing confidence of operators in Galileo T&S service.
The key objectives of the GEARS project are:
• OBJ#1 Improving performances and resilience of Galileo and GNSS Timing receiver
• OBJ# 2 Develop and demonstrate the effectiveness of unique Galileo services to operators
• OBJ# 3 Strengthen market adoption through Standardisation activities
This project has received funding from the European GNSS Agency under grant agreement No GSA_GRANT_05_2017-02 . This publication and communication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.
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