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EU Space Week is happening 3 – 6 October and will be held as a hybrid event, with options to join either online or physically in Prague, the heart of the EU Space Programme.

EU Space Week 2022 preview is here

28 September 2022
EU Space Week - the hallmark European space ecosystem event - will be taking place on 3 – 6 October 2022 and will be held as a hybrid event, with options to join either online or physically in Prague, the heart of the EU Space Programme.
New ITT published to assess how the future evolution of European GNSS (EGNOS and Galileo) could be provided via additional dissemination means

ITT: EGNSS Additional Dissemination means

22 September 2022
The European Commission’s Directorate-General for Defence Industry and Space (DG-DEFIS) has issued an Invitation to Tender (ITT) for a service contract to address how the future evolution of European GNSS (EGNSS) could be provided via additional dissemination means.
Trams in Prague will be provided with more precise localisation thanks to Galileo

Galileo-enabled receivers installed in Prague tramways

21 September 2022
The Prague trams are using multi-frequency satellite receivers and the European Union satellite navigation system Galileo for their position.
The new version of EDAS SDD reflects the latest service's updates

New version of the EDAS Service Definition Document released

13 September 2022
New version of the EDAS Service Definition Document released
The Copernicus Biodiversity in Coastal Ecosystems Workshop will illustrate what Copernicus can offer in relation to biodiversity and coastal ecosystems, and their protection.

Register for the Copernicus Biodiversity in Coastal Ecosystems Workshop

12 September 2022
The online workshop, scheduled for 11 – 12 October, is an opportunity to learn how Earth Observation and Copernicus can help sustainably manage, protect and restore biodiversity in Europe’s coastal regions.
CASSINI Maritime Maritime Prize is the new contest under the CASSINI competition initiative

Wanted: space-based solutions for solving the oceans’ plastic problem

08 September 2022
A new CASSINI competition is looking for innovative solutions that leverage the EU Space Programme to detect, monitor and remove plastic litter from our oceans and waterways.
EUSPA signs new EGNOS service provider contract with ESSP

EUSPA taps ESSP for EGNOS service provider role

06 September 2022
The contract includes a focus on further expanding the EGNOS service provision into new sectors and new geographical areas.
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EUSPA Headquarters celebrates 10 years in Prague

06 September 2022
EUSPA’s mission is to link space to user needs, and for the last ten years, we’ve been forging those links from our headquarters in Prague.
A highlight on the EU Space Week agenda, the UCP invites users from a range of market segments to present their needs and requirements

User Consultation Platform helps set the course for the EU Space Programme

02 September 2022
Users are at the heart of the EU Space Programme, and the annual User Consultation Platform is a chance for this group to share their needs and requirements.
The Galileo satellite GSAT0224 entered into service on 29 August

EUSPA welcomes Shriya satellite to the Galileo family!

29 August 2022
Satellite GSAT0224 has joined the Galileo constellation, bringing enhanced accuracy and more robust navigation to users everywhere.
Copernicus data is essential for measuring the urban heat vulnerability

Using Copernicus data to climate-proof cities

26 August 2022
How one company is using Copernicus data to map urban heat vulnerability and help city planners keep citizens cool – and safe.
Join the EU Space Week 3 – 6 October 2022 in Prague, Czech Republic

EU Space Week 2022 – registration now open!

08 August 2022
Registration for EU Space Week 2022, the go-to event of for Europe’s space community, is now open. Register today and join us 3 – 6 October in Prague, Czech Republic.
Surface air temperature anomaly for June 2022 relative to the June average for the period 1991-2020. Data source: ERA5. Credit: Copernicus Climate Change Service/ECMWF.

As the mercury rises, Copernicus helps keep you cool

03 August 2022
When the past is no longer a good predictor for the climate risks the world faces, there’s the Copernicus Climate Change Service, which offers the data we need to prepare for what lies ahead.
Stakeholders got a first look at some initial results during a dedicated workshop.

Galileo OSNMA workshop highlights preliminary test results

22 July 2022
The online event provided attendees with an overview of the Galileo Open Service – Navigation Message Authentication (OSNMA) testing phase, along with a chance to hear about some key test results.
The exercise involved the activation of a Galileo-enabled EPIRB equipped with the innovative Return Link Service on board a leisure boat.

EU Space enables safer maritime operations

17 July 2022
When it comes to protecting the safety of crew and passengers at sea, Galileo, Copernicus and the forthcoming GOVSATCOM give the maritime sector the perfect trifecta.