The EGNOS Annual Workshop is the opportunity to catch up on the latest developments of Europe’s Satellite-Based Augmentation System (SBAS). This year, the workshop will be live-streamed on 2 December 2021.
In the last decade, EGNOS user community has grown rapidly - especially within the aviation sector - with more and more airports and airlines embracing the European SBAS technology and services. EGNOS is getting ready to augment Galileo, paving the way for the development of new services that require even greater precision. The system is also expected to be more robust to respond to the needs of more diverse user base relying on EGNOS and its multi-modal applications.
Organised by the EU Agency for the Space Programme (EUSPA) and the EGNOS Service Provider (ESSP), the EGNOS Annual Workshop provides first-hand information on the status and roadmap of EGNOS services, its development and its implementation in fields such as Aviation, Helicopter Emergency Medical Services (HEMS), Maritime, Rail and Agriculture.
The workshop will be built around presentations and videos, focusing on success stories and concrete examples of the benefits that EGNOS keeps offering to European users. You will also have the opportunity to interact with all the speakers during Q&A sessions. Click here to discover the provisional agenda.
This year, the workshop will be live-streamed on 2 December 2021. Registrations will open in September, stay tuned!
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EGNOS is Europe's regional SBAS that is used to improve the performance of GNSS, such as GPS and in the future Galileo. EGNOS has been deployed to provide safety of life navigation services to aviation, maritime and land-based users over most of Europe.
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