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Everything begins with an idea

19 February 2024
From enabling sustainable livestock grazing to monitoring urbanisation and helping autonomous vehicles avoid collision – all 15 of the CASSINI Challenges winning ideas have one thing in common: each leverages the power of EU Space.
GEXTRECS team at EUSPA headquarters in Prague

Strengthening EU Resilience: The Horizon Europe GEXTRECS project and secure SATCOM

15 February 2024
EU prioritizes citizen protection and disaster resilience. Secure SATCOM is vital for security and autonomy. GEXTRECS project integrates SATCOM solutions with Galileo and Copernicus for crisis management, leveraging EU expertise for cross-border and maritime emergencies, enhancing EU resilience.
black and blue banner with white text: workshop on standardisation of timing receivers

Enhancing critical infrastructure resilience: Galileo Timing Receivers standardization

14 February 2024
The Workshop on Timing and Synchronisation, co-hosted by EUSPA and the European Commission, introduced the 1st Standard for Galileo Timing Receivers, highlighting its pivotal role in advancing critical infrastructure resilience.
mobile phone showing 112 emergency number

112 and Galileo: Answering the call and saving lives

09 February 2024
In celebration of European 112 Day, which is held annually on 11 February to promote the Europe-wide emergency number, EUSPA looks at how EU Space helps enhance these lifesaving digits.
Philippe Bertrand, EUSP SAB, and Luc Tytgat, EASA, signed a MoC that will reinforce EGNOS System and Operations

Security Accreditation Board and EASA establish strategic collaboration to elevate oversight of EGNOS system and operations

01 February 2024
In collaboration with the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), the EU Space Programme Security Accreditation Board signed a Memorandum of Cooperation (MoC) aiming at fortifying efforts to ensure effective oversight of the European Geostationary Navigation Overlay Service (EGNOS) System and Operations.
EU SST is the European operational capability that safeguards the space assets of the EU, especially the satellites involved in the EU Space Programme, its Member States and other space operators.

Space Surveillance and Tracking: a global challenge

31 January 2024
The EU Space Surveillance and Tracking (EU SST) contributes to ensuring the safety and sustainability of space activities, offering services to a growing community of worldwide users. Managed by EUSPA, the EU SST Front Desk is the interface for the provision of the SST services, which currently protect more than 400 satellites.
With end-users always at the centre of its action, the EU Space Programme continues to evolve, offering services that contribute to the safety and well-being of European citizens.

Galileo Emergency Warning Satellite Service is underway

24 January 2024
With end-users always at the centre of its action, the EU Space Programme continues to evolve, offering services that contribute to the safety and well-being of European citizens. One such service is the upcoming Galileo Emergency Warning Satellite Service (EWSS).
EUSPA releases the second edition of the "EUSPA EO and GNSS Market Report," delving into practical applications and benefits of downstream space technology and revealing the growth trajectory for EO and GNSS technologies.

The new EUSPA EO and GNSS Market Report is out, time to know more!

23 January 2024
EUSPA releases the second edition of the "EUSPA EO and GNSS Market Report," delving into practical applications and benefits of downstream space technology and revealing the growth trajectory for EO and GNSS technologies.
Learn what sets the Galileo High Accuracy Service (HAS) apart from other GNSS augmentation services.

Have you met HAS?

22 January 2024
The Galileo High Accuracy Service (HAS) celebrates its successful first year setting this Galileo service apart from other GNSS augmentation services and is poised to meet the rising demand for high-precision global navigation services.
On the heels of its new Secure SATCOM Market and User Technology Report, EUSPA recently held a webinar covering everything from market opportunities to the latest technological trends.

Unlocking the future with secure SATCOM

18 January 2024
On the heels of its new Secure SATCOM Market and User Technology Report, EUSPA recently held a webinar covering everything from market opportunities to the latest technological trends.
The Cassini Challenge is looking for innovative, space-based solutions and ideas ready to help solve some of today’s most pressing issues.

Challenge accepted

16 January 2024
The CASSINI Challenges competition is looking for innovative, space-based solutions ready to help solve some of today’s most pressing issues.
By fostering the development of an innovative, competitive and independent space sector, EU Space is set to contribute to each of the priorities set by the Belgian Presidency of the Council of the European Union.

Belgium takes over the Presidency of the Council of the European Union for the next 6 months

10 January 2024
EU Space is set to support the six priorities set by the Belgian Presidency of the Council of the European Union.
2023 was an eventful year for EUSPA thanks to milestones such as the EU SST takeover or the implementation of Galileo HAS

The 12 Days of EU Space

22 December 2023
It’s the last month of the year, which can only mean one thing: time for EUSPA’s annual recap.
One of the GIMS station deployed on the landslide over Koroška Bela

The GIMS Project – Paving the way for more detailed monitoring through EU Space synergies

20 December 2023
The GIMS (Geodetic Integrated Monitoring System) project combines the Galileo European global navigation satellite system (GNSS), the Copernicus synthetic aperture radar (SAR) and inertial measurement units (IMUs) to detect and monitor landslides.
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A very BIG week for EU Space

15 December 2023
EU Space Week 2023 was full of informative sessions, insightful keynote speeches and interesting demos from space-based companies. Here’s a taste of just some of what happened.