Geoscience Australia is taking no chances with the resilience of its $161 million GPS augmentation project, revealing plans to develop a specific cyber security strategy to address any inherent risks.
The national geoscience research and geospatial information agency has put out the call for a strategy ahead of starting work on the full Satellite-based Augmentation System (SBAS) program.
The project, which received a $161 million budget windfall last year, will boost satellite positioning capability provided by GPS and Galileo to decimetre accuracy across Australia and its maritime zones.
By Justin Hendry
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