GNOME is a monitoring station to assess GNSS and possible radio aid signal quality/integrity. GNOME has been developed to support air navigation projects (ENAV) and thus mainly targeted at the air navigation market and airport authorities.
GNOME architecture is inherently modular and reconfigurable, based on different receivers, analyzers and antennas. Key features include interfering signal monitoring and multipath assessment. The IDS GNOME value-add lies in its flexibility, post processing tools and cost effectiveness.
GNOME can be installed in airports or mobile stations (GVAN) for long monitoring periods (featuring remote UMTS data access). The IDS solution has already been installed in the 5 Italian airports: Malpensa, Parma, Palermo, Perugia and Taranto.