E.g., 01/07/2023
E.g., 01/07/2023
Maniitsoq, Greenland

New site in Greenland to enhance Galileo SAR

31 May 2023
EUSPA and Naviair strengthened their cooperation to enhance the monitoring capabilities of the Galileo Search and Rescue (SAR) Service by establishing a new site in Greenland.
From identifying organic cotton to monitoring avalanches and taking a tour via a virtual guide – all 10 of the #myEUspace competition’s winning prototypes have one thing in common: each leverages the power of EU Space.

And the winners for ‘Best Prototype’ are…

24 May 2023
EUSPA announces the 10 winners of the #myEUspace competition’s ‘Best Prototypes’ track!
Join us to learn about the Galileo High Accuracy Service (HAS) latest status, attend live demos, and participate in panel discussions

Join us for the first Galileo HAS Days!

23 May 2023
Mark your calendar and join us to knowing more about the Galileo High Accuracy Service (HAS) latest status including live demonstrations and open panel discussions.
Being EU Maritime Day and all, why not take a few minutes and check out this article about how EU Space enables safer maritime operations – including search and rescue operations.

Search and Rescue Exercise in Cyprus highlights the role of the EU Space Programme in maritime operations

19 May 2023
A workshop and Search and Rescue exercise in Cyprus highlight the important role EU Space plays in emergency response and disaster risk management.
Over 100 players from the SatCom sector came to EUSPA headquarters in Prague for the first ever SatCom Downstream Industry Days.

First ever SatCom Downstream Days a success

17 May 2023
Main players from the SatCom downstream industry gathered in EUSPA headquarters to prepare the upcoming GOVSATCOM and share experience and solutions for governmental and secure SATCOM.
Thanks to the EU SST, the EU provides collision avoidance information and services for over 390 satellites distributed in Low, Medium and Geostationary Orbits.

Safeguarding space infrastructure

15 May 2023
Space debris can be anything from defunct satellites or rocket pieces to small cables and screws that have fallen off a rocket during launch. Orbiting Earth at an ultra-highspeed space debris can cause irreversible damage to operational satellites and even, create more debris caused by the collision. The consequences could be more serious for us, end-users, down on Earth.
There’s a lot to celebrate this Europe Day, including a growing EU Space Programme and the second anniversary of EUSPA

Happy Europe Day!

09 May 2023
There’s a lot to celebrate this Europe Day, including a growing EU Space Programme and the second anniversary of EUSPA.
Wallis and Futuna is a strategic location for the deployement of the newest Galileo Sensor Station as it allows us to increase the coverage of Galileo in the southern hemisphere.

New Galileo Sensor Station up and running in South Pacific!

05 May 2023
A new sensor station in Wallis is now operational and contributing to Galileo’s excellent performance.
The key to keeping global warming below the 1.5°C threshold needed to secure a liveable future is having timely, transparent and detailed climate data – which is exactly what Copernicus and the European State of the Climate report provide.

Another year of climate extremes for Europe

04 May 2023
The European State of the Climate (ESOTC) report published by ECMWF provides essential info on climate, but also the opportunity to think ahead and prepare climate change mitigation and adaptation strategies.
The free data and services provided by the EU Space Programme will be a key enabler of Europe’s energy transition.

Repowering the EU from space

28 April 2023
How EU Space can help build the autonomous renewable energy system that will power an energy independent and climate neutral future for Europe.
With the services and data provided by the EU Space Programme and the support offered by EUSPA, it’s smooth and safe sailing for Europe’s maritime sector.

EU Space at the heart of the EU Maritime Security Strategy

27 April 2023
EU Space at the heart of the EU Maritime Security Strategy
With EU Space, Europe gets the raw materials its green transition needs while the mining sector gets tools for reducing its environmental footprint.

Earth Day 2023: Uncovering Europe’s much needed critical raw materials from space

21 April 2023
On April 22, the world traditionally observes Earth Day to demonstrate support for environmental protection. This year, EUSPA shines a light one on of the most promising yet unexploited ways to secure the much-needed critical raw materials: the use of Earth Observation and satellite navigation technologies.
The Fundamental Elements Industry Days workshop will include in-depth information on the funding programme and the application process a well as insights about the calls.

Fundamental Elements Industry Days Workshop: Developing cutting-edge devices for emergency response

17 April 2023
The two new calls currently open are looking to support the development of two important upcoming Galileo services for emergency management by developing components for cutting-edge devices.
Beyond the aviation sector, EGNOS improves and extends the scope of such GNSS applications as precision farming, on-road vehicle management and navigating ships through narrow channels

Are all signals the same?

13 April 2023
The EGNOS Safety of Life Service stands out not only in terms of the accuracy provided but also by its integrity. It is essential for applications where human life could be in danger if the performance of the navigation system was degraded beyond a specific level of accuracy.
With over 900 candidates submitting 90 projects from across 10 locations, the 5th edition of the CASSINI Hackathon was a resounding success.

Hacking towards a more secure Europe

12 April 2023
The fifth CASSINI Hackathon saw a record registration with 900 candidates from 10 different locations working to create innovative, space-based solutions that could make Europe safer and more secure.