- An upcoming GAJT demonstration falls under the BCIP
- NovAtel has sold GAJT-AE to international customers for use on UAVs
The Canadian Army will begin field testing later in 2015 a new and smaller NovAtel GPS anti-jam antenna that is receiver-agnostic and can be retrofitted onto legacy vehicles.
NovAtel makes three variants of its GPS Anti-Jam Technology (GAJT): the GAJT-710ML for light armoured vehicles; GAJT-710MS for marine vessels; and the GPS Anti-Jam Antenna Electronics (GAJT-AE) for smaller high-valued vehicles, towed weapons, and unmanned platforms that have a need for an external antenna in size and weight constrained environments.
Testing of the latest NovAtel system, the GAJT-AE, is being conducted through the Canadian government's Build in Canada Innovation Program (BCIP), which enables procurement and testing systems that are at a technology readiness (TRL) level 6 to 7.