Leveraging Galileo to bring the GNSS applications to the next level

Moving Professional GNSS Applications to the next level

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Field Aware Navigation and Timing Authentication Sensor for Timing Infrastructure and Centimeter level positioning
(FANTASTIC)

Field Aware Navigation and Timing Authentication Sensor for Timing Infrastructure and Centimeter level positioning
(FANTASTIC)

Developing enabling technologies to allow for a leap of professional GNSS applications over three use case scenarios

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The FANTASTIC solution aims to be a key component in professional positioning and timing applications. Based on an innovative “field aware” antenna technology combined with a multi-frequency receiver, leveraging on Galileo-specific features, such as the Commercial Service, pilot channels and frequency diversity, it will substantially broaden the scope of professional GNSS applications, making them work in harsher conditions, where they can’t today.

Commercial Service based Precise Positioning

Innovations introduced in this project will be based on the processing of the Galileo E6 Commercial Service, that with its enhanced navigation message is expected to improve current PPP performance.

Construction Machines and Tractors Control

Galileo specific signals features are exploited to enable the improvement of RTK availability and reliability mainly in harsh environment, where the received signal impairments can be mitigated.

Trusted GNSS Based Timing for Infrastructures

A first step towards secure commercial products will be made by implementing time authentication as well as spoofing detection and mitigation algorithms based on the Galileo authenticated signals.

Developing enabling technologies to allow for a leap of professionale GNSS applications over three use case scenarios

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The FANTASTIC solution aims to be a key component in professional positioning and timing applications. Based on an innovative “field aware” antenna technology combined with a multi-frequency receiver, leveraging on Galileo-specific features, such as the Commercial Service, pilot channels and frequency diversity, it will substantially broaden the scope of professional GNSS applications, making them work in harsher conditions, where they can’t today.

Commercial Service based Precise Positioning

Precise Point Positioning is the preferred positioning technique in many applications such as precision agriculture, off-shore and scientific applications, in particular at remote locations. Fantastic will develop the technology for the optimal exploitation of the PPP data provided by the Galileo High Accuracy Service, overtaking, in particular, the availability limitations of the current commercial services based on geostationary satellites.

Tractors and Construction Machines Control

Phase based positioning is a critical technology for controlling and monitoring machines in large construction projects and precise agriculture. Given the scale of the works and machines, reliability and availability of positioning is extremely important. The techniques developed in the project rely on a specific antenna design and Galileo signal peculiarity; they will enhance suitability of GNSS as high-precision positioning sensor.

Trusted GNSS Based Timing for Infrastructures

Timing is critical in many types of infrastructure such as telecommunication networks, electrical power distribution, financial transactions and transportations. GPS is currently used for precise absolute timing, but it lacks of security being the civil signal sensitive to spoofing attacks. Galileo will offer the solution with the Navigation Message Authentication and the Spreading Code Encryption planned for different signals.

The FANTASTIC project is funded by the European GNSS Agency (GSA) under the European Union’s Fundamental Elements research and development programme under grant agreement No. GSA/GRANT/01/2016

The FANTASTIC project is funded by the European GNSS Agency (GSA) under the European Union’s Fundamental Elements research and development programme under grant agreement No. GSA/GRANT/01/2016

Consortium

FANTASTIC is executed by top-tier European players that bring GNSS know-how, experience and market access all together

Consortium

FANTASTIC is executed by top-tier European players that bring GNSS know-how, experience and market access all together

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Politecnico di Torino performs research on new technologies and invests on precision agriculture

On November the 8th 2017, Politecnico di Torino hosted the first “Scientific Day” of the new POLITO INTERDEPARTMENTAL CENTRE FOR SERVICE ROBOTICS - PIC4SeR. The centre will officially kick off on Dec. 6th. Among the first applications for service robotics there is the...
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First Galileo User Assembly

The first Galileo User Assembly is set to take place in Madrid on November the 28th and 29th, 2017. This event follows the launch of Galileo Initial Services, in December 2016. On the first day of the assembly, Galileo and EGNOS users will participate in the first...
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FANTASTIC Preliminary Design Review (PDR) meeting

On November the 27th 2017, the FANTASTIC Consortium and the GSA (the European GNSS Agency) will meet at the GMV headquarter in Tres Cantos (Spain) for a full day meeting, called “Preliminary Design Review“. This review is an official milestone of the project. It...
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Testing vulnerabilities of commercial GNSS timing recerivers

ISMB researchers perfomed a serie of lab tests to assess the vulnerabilities of commercial GNSS timing recerivers when attacked with intentional interference. These tests are part of the task 1.3. "Trusted timing receiver vulnerabilities analysis" and are preparatory...
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FANTASTIC Website online!

The FANTASTIC Consortium is pleased to announce the release of the project website. It was designed to provide users with all the useful information concerning the project in the homepage, while specific contents can be accessed through links on the top menu. The...
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Digital Newsroom

Stay updated with latest developments and outcomes

Politecnico di Torino performs research on new technologies and invests on precision agriculture

On November the 8th 2017, Politecnico di Torino hosted the first “Scientific Day” of the new POLITO INTERDEPARTMENTAL CENTRE FOR SERVICE ROBOTICS - PIC4SeR. The centre will officially kick off on Dec. 6th. Among the first applications for service robotics there is the...
Read More

First Galileo User Assembly

The first Galileo User Assembly is set to take place in Madrid on November the 28th and 29th, 2017. This event follows the launch of Galileo Initial Services, in December 2016. On the first day of the assembly, Galileo and EGNOS users will participate in the first...
Read More

FANTASTIC Preliminary Design Review (PDR) meeting

On November the 27th 2017, the FANTASTIC Consortium and the GSA (the European GNSS Agency) will meet at the GMV headquarter in Tres Cantos (Spain) for a full day meeting, called “Preliminary Design Review“. This review is an official milestone of the project. It...
Read More

Testing vulnerabilities of commercial GNSS timing recerivers

ISMB researchers perfomed a serie of lab tests to assess the vulnerabilities of commercial GNSS timing recerivers when attacked with intentional interference. These tests are part of the task 1.3. "Trusted timing receiver vulnerabilities analysis" and are preparatory...
Read More

FANTASTIC Website online!

The FANTASTIC Consortium is pleased to announce the release of the project website. It was designed to provide users with all the useful information concerning the project in the homepage, while specific contents can be accessed through links on the top menu. The...
Read More

FANTASTIC Kick-off Meeting

Under the sponsorship of the European GNSS Agency (GSA), FANTASTIC had its official kick-off on the 17th of March 2017. The meeting went smoothly along a fully-packed agenda.

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Field Aware Navigation and Timing Authentication Sensor for Timing Infrastructure and Centimeter level positioning

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The FANTASTIC Project is funded by the European GNSS Agency (GSA) under the European Union’s Fundamental Elements research and development programme under grant agreement
No. GSA/GRANT/01/2016

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The FANTASTIC Project is funded by the European GNSS Agency (GSA) under the European Union’s Fundamental Elements research and development programme under grant agreement
No. GSA/GRANT/01/2016