Mobile Mission Systems

Today’s mobile military forces rely on continuous and accurate GPS/GNSS signals and PNT information. Yet the ability to disrupt, jam and spoof GNSS for increasing periods of time is growing, resulting in the potential for slower, or even corrupted, critical data for defense mission systems.

Orolia’s comprehensive solutions for Mobile Mission Systems deliver precise, secure battlespace communications, situational awareness and decision support for a wide range of mission-critical applications – even in GNSS-denied environments.

Learn about our Rugged PNT solutions for ground forces:

Typical applications include:

  • Navigation Warfare (NAVWAR)
  • Command and Control
  • Sensor and Radar Platforms
  • Communications and Tactical Networks
  • Unmanned Systems
  • Dismounted Warfighters
  • Test Ranges

Resilient PNT for Every Military Requirement

Military systems and platforms require various levels of PNT and GNSS protection. Orolia offers a scalable, modular and cost-effective bolt-on approach to Assured PNT, with a flexible, open architecture that integrates easily with legacy systems. Our layered platform increases security to meet specific requirements without over-engineering a solution that is complex, expensive and difficult to maintain.

Orolia delivers rugged, mobile and configurable Resilient PNT solutions to sustain continuous operations in the air, on land, or at sea, such as:

  • Mobile Mission Timing and Synchronization
  • Mounted and Dismounted Assured PNT
  • Mobile/Wearable Tactical and Combat Search and Rescue (CSAR) Beacons
  • Jamming/Spoofing Protection and Countermeasures
  • GPS/GNSS Signal Interference Detection and Mitigation (IDM)
  • Vulnerability Testing and Battlefield Readiness
  • Rugged MIL-810G and MIL-461
  • Small SWaP
With a strong track record of supporting the world’s most PNT reliant, critical defense and commercial applications, Orolia is a proud partner of U.S., NATO, and other Allied Forces.

Versa Platform - Resilient PNT for Mobile Applications

For more information see Resilient PNT Sources