At the end of August 2015, Chronos Technology Ltd successfully demonstrated the camera technology triggered by the GPS jammer in the official GPS jamming test of the military jammer training area in Sennybridge, Wales, Gloucestershire, United Kingdom.
The JammerCam ™ camera technology triggered by gps jammer was jointly developed by the University of Bath and Chronos Technology Ltd. ’s Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering. This development was carried out as part of the “AJR” project. Sensor Internet “Feasibility Study Contest
These tests allow JammerCam ™ devices to be tested in outdoor environments, where a series of GPS jammers are hidden. These jammers are hidden in individually passing vehicles or fleets, including cars, trucks, and containers. Disturbance-triggered camera sensor technology successfully identified and photographed vehicles hosted by the jammer at all test cases and at all speeds and powers. In all cases, the vehicle is stuck in the center of the frame, so only one image is needed, which greatly reduces the bandwidth required between the sensor and the web server.
The photo of the vehicle identified with the interference is then sent to the Web server via the mobile network, where it is distributed to the target email address in the form of a hypertext link. Then, within seconds of the camera jamming the jammer, the image can be called actionable intelligence.
Professor Charles Curry, CEO of Chronos, said: “The University of Bath demonstrated a proof-of-concept system in the 2014 Sennybridge GPS interference test. Then we had to overcome major challenges, the most important of which was to fully automate the system so Take pictures of vehicles that contain jammers. We know that even low-power cigarette lighter-type jammers emit enough detectable interference to create air bubbles around the vehicle, which makes it difficult to determine which vehicles have traffic jams. The host of the jammer. Our two biggest discoveries were to identify the vehicle in the convoy that contained the jammer and to find and grab a container.