7 July 2014
A federal study has determined that commercial UAVs are “dangerously vulnerable” to hackers unless potentially costly countermeasures are implemented. The Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) Intentional Interference and Spoofing Study Team report found that GNSS repeaters and GNSS simulation tools can transmit hazardously misleading information ‘spoofing’ GNSS use. This result has been suspected for years because of tests done by University of Texas researchers back in 2012. (Image Credit: Wikipedia)
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