IMO urged to act on GNSS jamming

by Martyn Wingrove

The US Coast Guard was urged to raise the issue of interference with key shipping positioning signals at the IMO Council this month

IMO will be urged to act to prevent deliberate interference of satellite signals vital to ship navigation. Jamming and spoofing Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) signals has a detrimental impact on ship navigational safety.

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