On 3 June, the 2016 European Space Solutions event features a workshop on how river deltas and related areas can benefit from European satellite navigation and Earth observation information.
On 1 June, the 2016 European Space Solutions event features a 1-day workshop on how the road and traffic management sectors can benefit from European satellite navigation and Earth observation information.
The 13th Satellite Navigation Summit’s systems update sessions were once again an opportunity for GNSS stakeholders to review the world’s systems, with the GSA providing updates on Galileo and EGNOS.
For the GNSS community, the place to be in early March is Munich. From March 1 to 3, the Bavarian capital hosted its 13th Satellite Navigation Summit. The theme of this year’s showcase event was ‘GNSS – creating a Global Village’ and, of course, the European GNSS Agency (GSA) was there in this important year for Galileo.
The European GNSS Agency (GSA) says European rail is standing at the edge of a technological breakthrough, where GNSS will work in tandem with current technologies for a safer and more reliable European railway system.
The European GNSS Agency (GSA) releases its “GNSS Adoption for Road User Charging in Europe” report, highlighting the benefits of European GNSS (EGNSS) in RUC, providing an in-depth look at how it works and sharing success stories of its implementation across the EU.
The STARS (Satellite Technology for Advanced Railway Signalling) project kicked off on Tuesday, 23 February, in Prague. The event gathered around 40 participants, including project consortium members, universities, stakeholders from the rail sector as well as from the aerospace industry.
The European GNSS Agency (GSA) is organising a workshop on the benefits and key features that European Global Navigation Satellite Systems (E-GNSS) offer geospatial users during the annual Geospatial World Forum.
In an effort to assess the development of Europe’s downstream space market, as well as identify public and private uses for space-based applications and services, the European Parliament recently conducted an in-depth study that included interviews with over 30 policy makers, public authorities, and industry representatives – along with the GSA.
The European GNSS Agency (GSA) announces that the EGNOS time service remained stable and properly synchronised to UTC time during a recent GPS timing anomaly on January 26th.