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GSA supports Geospatial Strategies

21 February 2014
The Middle East is witnessing tremendous advances in the field of geospatial technologies with countries across the region developing their own geospatial infrastructures and strategies. At the recent Middle East Geospatial Forum in Dubai the European GNSS Agency (GSA) showed how Galileo and EGNOS are able to contribute to developments in the region.

Analysing the Ionosphere for Improved Accuracy

20 February 2014
GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System) signals are sensitive to disturbances from the ionosphere, which can impact applications requiring high accuracy. Brazil is located in one of the most affected regions of the Earth and, therefore, is an excellent place for developing and testing solutions to this important issue.

Boost for EU-India Cooperation

19 February 2014
The project is making a big impact in India, bringing together high level decision-makers, key industrial players and academics with representatives from European companies and institutions to discuss opportunities for industrial cooperation on Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) applications.

First H2020 Call expected to generate new innovative EGNSS Applications

18 February 2014
With new satellite launches planned for this year, Galileo is poised to move into Early Services provision by late 2014/early 2015. The next release of EGNOS is already being developed and will provide improved signal and capacity performance and increased coverage by late 2017. On top of this, the European GNSS market is rapidly expanding – both upstream and downstream. In fact, GSA analysis shows growth over the coming years to continue at nearly 10 percent of the overall GNSS market share.

Looking at GNSS R&D Success Stories

17 February 2014
With the first Horizon 2020 Call for Applications in Satellite Navigation in full-swing, the European GNSS Agency (GSA) takes stock of FP7’s successes.

Happy Birthday, Galileo!

15 February 2014
Galileo Galilei would have turned 450 this year, just as the programme that bears his name, Galileo, the European satellite navigation system, is about to be born.

What Direction for Europe in Space between Now and 2020?

11 February 2014
The European GNSS Agency (GSA) joins President of the European Commission José Manuel Barroso, Vice President Antonio Tajani and the European space community to discuss the future of space policy in Europe.

The Case for Space

11 February 2014
The European GNSS Agency (GSA) and members of the European space community discuss the Prospective State-of-Play of EU space programmes at the Sixth Conference on EU Space Policy.

Last Chance to Register for Farming by Satellite Prize, an initiative of the European GNSS Agency.

04 February 2014
To encourage more people to participate, organisers have extended the deadline to register for the €13,000 Farming by Satellite Prize to 28 February 2014.

Share Your Ideas to Support Adoption of Galileo Public Regulated Service

28 January 2014
GSA launches consultations on technology roadmap for the Galileo Public Regulated Services (PRS) in support of the user segment development and market uptake.

EGNOS Approach Procedures Available in Three More Countries

10 January 2014
The Czech Republic, Finland and Austria join a growing list of pioneering countries offering operational EGNOS approach procedures.

What Direction for Europe in Space?

08 January 2014
Annual high-level conference on EU space policy asks ‘what direction for Europe in space between now and 2020?’

EGNOS Success Story: Area Measurement under CAP

20 December 2013
The 2013 Area Measurement Workshop, held 5 – 7 November in Berlin, confirmed that EGNOS enabled receivers satisfy the measurement accuracy requirements of CAP and opened the door for the forthcoming Galileo constellation.

GEMCO takes off in Tunis

13 December 2013
With the opening of the Galileo EuroMed Cooperation Office (GEMCO) in Tunis earlier this year, efforts to promote awareness of EGNOS and Galileo around the southern and eastern Mediterranean region are getting a major boost. Activities coordinated by GEMCO help countries in the region embrace and adopt these satellite technologies – especially as applied to the transport sector.

Horizon 2020 Call for Applications in Satellite Navigation Officially Open!

11 December 2013
The first Horizon 2020 (H2020) call for Applications in Satellite Navigation is officially open. With a budget of EUR 38 million for the 2014 call, the deadline for submitting proposals is 3 April 2014.