For years, GNSS security has been hard-coded into hardware – at the chip or receiver level. With the rise of software-defined radios and open-source GNSS attack software, these outdated mechanisms have become ineffective and obsolete, failing to protect against the fast pace of new dangerous spoofing attacks.
Regulus Cyber is disrupting the GNSS market with the first-ever software-only, connected and system-agnostic solution to detect, protect and mitigate smart spoofing. Pyramid GNSS revolutionize how satellite position, velocity and time-critical for numerous systems, including automotive, infrastructure, communication, telecom, mobility and financials – are protected.
Pyramid GNSS is flexible, lightweight and easy to install. It allows to dramatically lower the cost and complexity of anti-spoofing defense, making it attractive to the vast various markets dependent on GNSS.
Founded in 2016, Regulus is based in Haifa, Israel, and is backed by Sierra Ventures, Canaan Partners Israel, the Technion, and F2 Capital.
The Regulus Pyramid GNSS is a software solution that uses machine learning to detect spoofing and defend any GNSS receiver, device, or chipset against it — ensuring the security and reliability that are essential to safe and accurate navigation