This is not a Simulator.
GNSS Simulators are inextricable pairings of hardware and software limited by the capabilities of their design, FPGA channels, and costly upgrades.
Simulation is about testing more scenarios with as much complexity as required as accurately as possible. With automated scripting, regular software updates, an open-source plugin architecture, and a growing community of developers and universities solving real-world challenges, Skydel is the only GNSS Simulation Platform capable of adapting to the evolving world of technology and threats so that your application is prepared for anything.
Skydel’s software-defined architecture scales to more devices, including your existing COTS hardware, meaning you can improve your testing without breaking your budget, include new conditions and signals with our regular software updates, and get all the support you need from our online community.
Traditional GNSS simulators rely on FPGAs and custom-designed hardware which are either too expensive or provide limited capabilities. Orolia’s Skydel Simulation Engine uses GPU-accelerated computing and software-defined radios (SDR). This architecture is based on mass-produced hardware which benefits from an economy of scale and high performance.
Moreover, it enables additional capabilities only possible with a software-defined approach to GNSS simulation.
COTS hardware free users from dedicated platforms, while generic hardware allows to repurpose equipment for different projects. Skydel solutions are scalable and easily upgraded.
Exploit the unique capabilities of a software-defined GNSS simulator. Dynamic jammers, custom waveforms, faster-than-realtime simulation and selectable RF/IF frequency are just a few possibilities enabled by the software-defined approach.
Skydel is the world’s leading software-based simulation platform, ready to work wherever you are. From home offices to research labs to automotive manufacturing to defense, Skydel is ready to meet your simulation and testing needs with turn-key hardware solutions or, an industry first, a BYOH (Bring-Your-Own-Hardware) option.
See the potential of Skydel’s Automation capabilities in the short video below:
If you’re ready to learn more, you have to get a demo to really understand how much easier Skydel can make your day, and how much better you’ll be at your job.
Used to test a variety of smart applications such as drones, IoT, connected cars, cellular and more.
- Out-of-the-box configuration
- Comprehensive set of pre-defined scenarios
- StudioView SW for scenario creation and editing
- Multi-constellation, multi-frequency
- 1-64 channels/signals supported
- 6DOF trajectories anywhere in the world
Test Solutions and Application packages
- Simulate environmental conditions including
multi-path, signal fading and interference
- RTK, eCall, high-velocity, jamming, and sensors
BYOH: Bring your own hardware
You heard that right. We don’t want to sell you hardware you don’t need.
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 Orolia hardware.
So if you’ve tried our competition’s simulators. Wait until you try them out…on Skydel.
The world’s most critical applications rely on Orolia solutions. Check out some of our use cases and insights, and reach out when you are ready to discuss how Orolia can solve your PNT challenges.
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In the News
Skydel really is getting around these days. From being the first software-defined GNSS simulator with MNSA to delivering the Next Generation Galileo GNSS Simulator to improving acceptance testing for major telecoms, the world is catching up to the future we are defining together.
Orolia Offers the First Software-Defined GNSS Simulator with MNSA
Orolia Selected to Deliver the Next Generation Galileo GNSS Simulator
Anritsu and Orolia Form Strategic Partnership to Launch 5G Assisted GPS CAT Solutions for North American Carrier Acceptance Testing