National GPS Interference Detection and Mitigation

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National GPS Interference Detection and Mitigation (IDM) 49th CGSIC Savannah, GA

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1. UNCLASSIFIED National GPS Interference Detection and Mitigation (IDM) 49th CGSIC Savannah, GA John Merrill DHS PNT Program Manager Office of Applied Technology Geospatial Management Office

2. UNCLASSIFIED Discussion DHS IDM Mandates Central Data Repository National Level Operations Plan National Sensor Capability

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5. UNCLASSIFIED Central Data Repository User Authenticated Sign-on – 475 150 PNT incident reports (IR) per month (1800 annually) Database support 500,000 unique IR entries Responses to system queries less than 8 seconds New & updated IRs posted immediately visible, available and accessible Automatic update to subscribers – Initially working with the TRIAD: USCG Navigation Center, FAA Operations Center, GPS Operations Center.

6. UNCLASSIFIED PNTIP SETS data fields (1 – 10 mandatory): SETS ID # {Record URL} DATE START - DD/MM/YYYY DATE STOP - DD/MM/YYYY EVENT TIME START - #### UTC EVENT TIME STOP - #### UTC LATITUDE - +##.####### Degrees LONGITUDE - +###.####### Degrees USER EQUIPMENT TYPE FREQUENCY (L1, L2, L5… etc.) - ####.#### REMARKS & OTHER RELEVENT INFORMATION EVENT STATUS SOURCE JOINT SPECTRUM INTERFERENCE RESOLUTION (JSIR) DTG ALTITUDE Central Data Repository Public domain syntax provided by USGSPublic domain syntax provided by USGS

7. UNCLASSIFIED Central Data Repository Utilize existing, mature systems & applications FAA Spectrum Engineering Tracking System (SETS) DHS Integrated Common Analytical Viewer (iCAV) Geospatial enabling/visualization tool Geographic Information System interface that integrates multiple geospatial data sources from a centralized geospatial data warehouse Ability to map, analyze, & view information from a mission specific application which assembles and compares data from various sources. Ability to exchange data with GIANT, FALCON View GIANT – GPS Interference and navigation ToolGIANT – GPS Interference and navigation Tool

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17. UNCLASSIFIED By decomposing and drilling down to the PNTIP data theme layer, similar to the HSIP data set, you will be able to see interference report plots. Then by overlaying specific HSIP data, the 18 CIKR sectors being affected can be visualized.By decomposing and drilling down to the PNTIP data theme layer, similar to the HSIP data set, you will be able to see interference report plots. Then by overlaying specific HSIP data, the 18 CIKR sectors being affected can be visualized.

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19. UNCLASSIFIED National Sensor Capability Coordinate domestic capabilities to identify, analyze, locate, attribute, & mitigate sources of interference to the GPS & its augmentations. System-of-Systems approach to provide real-time monitoring (preparedness), location & notification (response) of GPS interference for protecting the Nation’s CIKR sectors. Designed with government & commercial hardware Persistent monitoring yields situational awareness Timely response to anomalies Sensor placement based on PNT CIKR Criticality Remains operational when GPS systems is “stressed” Collective Effort by various USG entities Significant Cost & Risk reduction by taking full advantage of mature, existing systems “Patriot Watch” is a notional national sensor capability…. We are evaluating the possibility of tying together… an array of some sort to protect US domestic interests as part of the national interference detection system. Future sensor capabilities will be specifically placed to further protect CIKR. “Patriot Watch” is a notional national sensor capability…. We are evaluating the possibility of tying together… an array of some sort to protect US domestic interests as part of the national interference detection system. Future sensor capabilities will be specifically placed to further protect CIKR.

20. UNCLASSIFIED Path to a National Sensor Capability Patriot Watch will mature over the next several years. We are testing an initial sensor capability towards the end of this year and again next year around the same timeframe. We hope to have a comprehensive understanding of all technical capabilities which could provide the best protection of the GNSS spectrum sometime in 2010. As more and more of our infrastructure becomes dependent upon space-based PNT signals, we will have to become more vigilant in monitoring for interference. DHS Geospatial PNT Executive Committee PNT Work Group Geospatial Work Group DHS Departments and U.S. Agencies with Geospatial and PNT responsibilities are represented DHS IDM Implementation Plan Development and maintenance is responsibility of DHS PNT Work Group Development of central data repository requirements Standardized reporting format of interference reports Continuous evaluation 0f operational procedures Patriot Watch will mature over the next several years. We are testing an initial sensor capability towards the end of this year and again next year around the same timeframe. We hope to have a comprehensive understanding of all technical capabilities which could provide the best protection of the GNSS spectrum sometime in 2010. As more and more of our infrastructure becomes dependent upon space-based PNT signals, we will have to become more vigilant in monitoring for interference. DHS Geospatial PNT Executive Committee PNT Work Group Geospatial Work Group DHS Departments and U.S. Agencies with Geospatial and PNT responsibilities are represented DHS IDM Implementation Plan Development and maintenance is responsibility of DHS PNT Work Group Development of central data repository requirements Standardized reporting format of interference reports Continuous evaluation 0f operational procedures

21. UNCLASSIFIED QUESTIONS? [email protected] [email protected] 202-447-3731

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