EVO Max 4T uses advanced flight control modules and algorithms designed to combat RFI, EMI and GPS spoofing. This enables the EVO Max 4T to confidently fly near power lines, critical structures and complex areas.
What does Radio Frequency Interference (RFI) mean?
Radio frequency is a kind of high-frequency alternating current. Radio frequency interference is the conduction or radiation of electrical noise or radio frequency energy generated by electrical and electronic equipment. It usually causes electronic or electrical equipment to produce noise that interferes with the function of adjacent equipment, destroying and interfering with the normal run.
What does Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) mean?
Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) is a signal or radiation, radiated in the air or transmitted through power or signal lines, which is harmful to the proper operation of radio navigation or other safety services, or which seriously affects, prevents or repeatedly interrupts the obtaining of licenses radio communication services.
What is GPS spoofing?
GPS spoofing attacks are applicable to drones as well as other platforms that rely on GPS, including manned aircraft, ground vehicles, and cellular systems. GPS signals are vulnerable to electromagnetic interference, and attackers can easily implement forwarding spoofing interference attacks after locking the signal characteristics.
Triple anti-jamming technology of Autel MAX 4T
The triple anti-interference technology of Autel MAX 4T effectively guarantees the flight safety of drones. The deceptive nature of GPS makes drones easy prey to GPS jamming and spoofing attacks. The MAX 4T's anti-jamming technology allows drones to fly easily between cities.
Why are GPS systems so important for drones?
Currently, most civilian drones rely on the Global Positioning System (GPS) for positioning and navigation, and the spoofing vulnerability of GPS has a serious impact on drones, as victim drones using civilian GPS can be misled or even outright Hijacking for malicious purposes.
- A: The system power is low and the signal strength is weak
- B: GPS signals are vulnerable to electromagnetic interference and can be attacked by hackers
- C: Civilian GPS lacks the necessary communication encryption mechanism
- D: The self-improvement and optimization capabilities of the system as a whole are weak.