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www.insidegnss.com J U L Y / A U G U S T 2 0 1 9 Inside GNSS 39 (4) Dalla Chiara, A., G. Gamba, G. Da Broi, S. Fantinato, S Montagner, O. Pozzobon, "E1D Perspectives for a Seamless Authentication Experience", NAVITEC 2016, ESA/ESTEC, Noordwijk, The Netherlands, 14-16 December 2016. (5) Dyer, M., T. Fenner, A. Frieze, A. Thomason, "On Key Storage in Secure Networks," Journal of Cryptology, 8, 189–200, 1995. (6) Erdos, P., P. Frankl, Z. Furedi, "Families of Finite Sets in which no Set is Covered by the Union of r Others," Isreal Journal of Mathematics, 51, pp 79–89, 1985. (7) Fernandez I., et alia, "Galileo Authentication: A Programme and Policy Perspective", 69th International Astronautical Congress– IAC2018, At BREMEN. (8) Gkougkas, E., D. Dötterböck, T. Pany, and B. 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Dalla Chiara, "Anti-spoofi ng and open GNSS signal authentication with signal authentication sequences," in ESA Workshop on Satellite Navigation Technologies and European Workshop on GNSS Signals and Signal Processing, NAVITEC, pp. 1–6, IEEE, Dec. 2010. (14) Pozzobon, O., G. Gamba, M. Canale, and S. Fantinato, "Supersonic GNSS Authentication Codes," in International Technical Meeting of The Satellite Division of the Institute of Navigation, ION GNSS, pp. 1–8, 2014. (15) Sarto, C., O. Pozzobon, S. Fantinato, S. Montagner, QASCOM; I. Fernández-Hernández, European Commission; J. Simon, European GNSS Agency; J. D. Calle, S. Cancela Díaz, GMV; P. Walker, D. Burkey, CGI; G. Seco-Granados, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona; E. Göhler, IfEN, "Implementation and Testing Of Osnma For Galileo", ION GNSS+ 2017, Portland, Oregon. (16) Scott, L. "Spoofs, Proofs & Jamming–Towards a Sound National Policy for Civil Location and Time Assurance," Inside GNSS, vol. September, pp. 42–53, 2012. (17) Trusted Innovative GNSS Receiver, GSA project, funding from European Community's framework programme ([FP7/2007-2013] [FP7/2007-2011]) under grant agreement n° 228443 Authors Dr. Oscar Pozzobon is the founder and President of Qascom. He received a bachelor degree in infor- mation technology engineering and a Ph.D. in aerospace engineering from the University of Padova, Italy, and a master degree in telecommu- nication engineering from the Universit y of Queensland, Australia. Pozzobon has been involved in the area of GNSS authentication since 2001 and has been one of pioneers of the concepts of trusted GNSS receivers, navigation mes- sage authentication (NMA) and signal authentication. Dr. Andrea Dalla Chiara is currently leading the Simulation Tools Division in Qascom; formerly he has been designer and developer of GNSS/SBAS simulators and receivers focusing on authentica- tion techniques at signal and data level. He collabo- rates with Qascom since 2010, where he actively participated in many projects with ESA, NASA, the European Commission and Industry. Previously he led a SME in the radio frequency identifi cation domain and he worked for Infi neon as designer and test engineer of smart power ICs. He holds a MSc degree in Microelectronics from University of Padova (Italy) and a Ph.D. in Information Technology with focus in instrumentation and measurements and RF interference. Dr. Luca Canzian received the B.Sc., M.Sc., and Ph.D. degrees in Electrical Engineering from the University of Padova, Italy, in 2005, 2007, and 2013, respectively. From 2013 to 2015 he has been a PostDoc at the Electrical Engineering Department at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), and at the Computer Science Depar tment at University of Birmingham, UK. Since April 2015 he has been working in Bassano del Grappa, Italy, as a Radio Communication Engineer at Qascom, working on cybersecurity, interference localization and cryptography. Dr. Giovanni Gamba is Head of Attack Detection System in Qascom. He received his Ph.D. in Telecommunication Engineering in 2010 from the University of Padova and had a post-doc fellow- ship for the Italian National Research Council (IEIIT- CNR) working on interference detection and miti- gation in industrial applications. He joined Qascom in 2014, serving as R&D specialist and project manager for diff erent EC/GSA/ESA and industry-funded projects related to interference detection, mitigation, geolocation, to GNSS anti-spoofi ng design and to GNSS robustness assessment for civil aviation. Samuele Fantinato joined Qascom in 2014 and he is currently the Head of the Advanced Navigation unit. He is coordinating multiple activi- ties related to the development of Qascom Robust and Advanced PNT Receiver technology for Space and Ground applications. He has been contributing to the definition of complex GNSS testbeds for interference, spoofi ng mitigation, and the assessment of authentica- tion schemes of Galileo. He received a master's degree in telecom- munication engineering from the University of Padova in 2007. Carlo Sarto works in Qascom since 2008, currently as Q&A manager. He is an expert in GNSS threats and authentication. He is currently involved in dif- ferent R&D projects, leading the SimSAFE product team and he supported the European Commission in the definition of the Galileo Open Ser vice Navigation Message Authentication (OSNMA). Sarto received a degree in computer science from the University of Padova.

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