By Patrick Bark
 
How do Orolia’s products work together to create reliable, secure critical infrastructure? How can you see a fully operational system – in the air, on land, and at sea? This is where Operational Views come in.
By Sadie Nedo, Global Account Manager
 
A large U.S. power authority contacted Orolia wanted to replace twenty time servers and potentially serve as their new vendor. They needed precision time stamps with command line functionality to interface with their Tripwire change/ control monitoring platform so that they could maintain NERC CIP compliance.
By Tony DiFlorio, Senior Sales Manager
 
Military test ranges have complex requirements for PNT data. In this new case study, a defense customer needs a time synchronization solution for test range data to replace a legacy radio frequency distribution system. See how Orolia’s solution provides the accuracy to collect and synch the data along with flexible fixed or mobile form factors and configurable output signals.
By Jean-Arnold Chenilleau, Program Manager
 
Orolia was contacted by a global defense infrastructure client to evaluate the obsolescence of its fixed site timing infrastructure, and the impact on overall system performance. This legacy defense network was a large installation specifically designed to synchronize multiple clocks in shelters separated over a long distance of several kilometers. These private point-to-point links were at least thirty years old. A private phone network is an example of this type of infrastructure.
By David Sohn, Solution Architect
 
Network cybersecurity is top of mind these days for both government agencies and commercial enterprise. As the heart of network synchronization, time and frequency systems should include a standard suite of security features that give network administrators confidence in the cybersecurity protocols of their time servers.
By John Fischer, VP, Advanced R&D
 
Today's time sensitive networks rely on available and accurate positioning, navigation and timing (PNT) signals to provide leaders with the information required to make timely and effective decisions. The proliferation of GNSS-degrading and denying devices across state and non-state actors put this critical information capability in jeopardy. Learn how a combination of alternative PNT signals with traditional GNSS references makes PNT applications resilient against jamming and spoofing.
By John Fischer, VP, Advanced R&D
 
A customer with a major datacenter facility was experiencing issues with its GNSS based timing systems. We demonstrate how they overcame interference using a low-cost anti-jam (AJ) antenna.
By Lisa Perdue, Product Manager
 

STL is a new satellite-based GNSS augmentation system: Originating from the Iridium® constellation of 66 low-earth-orbiting satellites, STL is 1,000 times stronger than GPS/GNSS, reaching deep into buildings and preventing GPS/GNSS jamming without the aid of local infrastructure. STL signals are further protected by cryptographic security features that are much more difficult to misdirect or “spoof.”