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How to protect GPS signals in ITS

As we know global navigation satellite systems (GNSS) play a key role in positioning vehicles on an accurate map. It is important to protect Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) from spoofing and injection of fake messages as the most dangerous attacks (i.e., most likely or most severe). Therefore, manipulating GNSS data could provoke erratic and inaccurate maneuvers, which could endanger passengers. In this task, I am looking for different techniques that are proposed to authenticate GPS signals for Intelligent Transportation System (ITS). The technique can have cryptographic authentication or any other techniques against spoofing attacks. The proposal shall sufficiently detailed to facilitate near-term implementation of GPS signals.
As we know global navigation satellite systems (GNSS) play a key role in positioning vehicles on an accurate map. It is important to protect Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) from spoofing and injection of fake messages as the most dangerous attacks (i.e., most likely or most severe).
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November 8, 2016
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