Civil Navigation, Air & Maritime

Knowing where the airplane (ship) is and where to fly (sail) next is the main task of navigating an airplane (a ship) and is commonly supported by using Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS). But what happens if the GNSS gets intentionally disturbed? GNSS interference can lead to GNSS outages, causing major disruptions to the aviation (shipping) industry impacting safe navigation, and leading to delayed flight paths (shipping routes), misunderstandings, and even collisions.