CNET: GPS at risk: Those signals are more vulnerable than you realize

CNet published a story on the vulnerabilities of GPS, including spoofing and jamming, and highlighted NextNav as one of the potential solutions for resilient PNT.

“Of the 11 technologies evaluated by the Transportation Department, one hit the mark in all the use cases: a metropolitan beacon system made by Sunnyvale, California-based NextNav. The beacons — transmitters that send out the radio signals — are set up on land, rather than in space, and are clustered in urban areas (hence “metropolitan”).

For NextNav, the real-world application is its up-and-coming TerraPoint service, which gives a glimpse of how GPS-like capabilities are possible from something that isn’t GPS.” Read more here.