A Safran Electronics & Defense Academic Program
Support the advancement of Position, Navigation & Timing (PNT) research and establish sustainable partnerships with the academic community to jointly develop future PNT technology and solutions.
Opening New Doors for Research
Traditionally, it has been extremely difficult for research and learning institutions to own and use test and simulation tools for Positioning, Navigation and Timing (PNT). This was primarily due to the extremely high cost and proprietary based systems. Safran is changing the game by offering the powerful Skydel Simulation Engine to the industry through a dedicated partnership program for qualified organizations. This includes a permanent Skydel Simulation Engine license with all frequencies and constellations as well as temporary student licenses.
Skydel Simulation is an innovative and modern approach that leverages software, advanced graphics cards (GPUs) and Software Defined Radios (SDRs). You’ll have the ability to build your own custom signals and connect to other systems and devices (i.e. Sensors, IMUs…) through our open source plug-in capabilities. Lastly, it includes the ability to generate and test the vulnerability of GNSS/GPS with integrated interference, jamming and spoofing capabilities. Because Skydel leverages COTS hardware (GPU, NIC, SDR), it stands alone as the only GNSS Simulation Solution in the world that can run independently of hardware.
Osmania University Uses Skydel to Develop Their IRNSS Software Receiver
We highlight a new article published by the Research and Training Unit for Navigational Electronics (NERTU) at Osmania University in India.
Orolia’s Academic Partnership Program Advances GNSS Simulation Education at South Korea’s Konkuk University
Educators Introduce Students to Skydel GNSS Simulation Engine As South Korean Government Prepares to Launch New Global Satellite Navigation System.
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OAPP – Osmania University Feature Story
360 in 180: Orolia Academic Partnership Program
What is OAPP? It stands for the Orolia Academic Partnership Program, but there is a lot more you can learn. What is OAPP? It stands for the Orolia Academic Partnership Program, but there is a lot more you can learn. In this video, we sit down with Rob Burke to discuss further.
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