18 November 2011
This year's European Satellite Navigation Competition "GSA Special Topic Prize" for EGNOS goes to CATUAV, a small company in Catalonia that is developing a Mini-UAV Traffic Collision Avoidance System, harnessing the power of EGNOS to bring mini-UAVs into their own in civil aviation.
17 November 2011
The European Commission has introduced free, downloadable and ready-to-use Toolkits to help anyone develop enhanced location and timing applications that harness the power of Europe’s EGNOS satellite-based augmentation system.
19 April 2011Satellite navigation is already changing our lives. The search is on for new ideas that could use the European Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) to improve life further. The GSA is offering a prize for the best proposal that uses the new EGNOS ‘Safety-of-Life Service’.
07 February 2011The new Executive Director of the GSA, Carlo des Dorides, is confident that Europe’s satellite sector is entering an exciting era. Having spent almost seven years directly involved with the Galileo and EGNOS programmes, three years in the air traffic management and thirteen years in the private aerospace sector, the Italian brings with him a wealth of experience and an understanding of the complexities involved.
17 November 2010
The European GNSS Agency (GSA) has published a highly anticipated 2010 GNSS Market Monitoring report, providing key information in support of entrepreneurship in the satellite navigation sector.
19 October 2010The European GNSS Supervisory Authority (GSA) awarded its 2010 European Satellite Navigation Competition Special Topic Prize at the prestigious Residenz in Munich, Germany. The winner of this year's prize, for the most promising EGNOS application, believe their augmented reality system will be a “game changer” for personal navigation.
30 July 2010The EU has just launched a series of calls for proposals for a total of €30.5m covering eight topics in the area of satellite navigation. A further €6.5m will be used for calls for a tender to be published early 2011.
25 March 2010The official EGNOS Portal (www.egnos-portal.eu) is the one-stop point of access, information resource and forum for all those developing and using satellite navigation equipment and applications and aiming to benefit from the enhanced precision and other features of the European Geostationary Navigation Overlay Service (EGNOS), Europe’s satellite-based augmentation system.
03 March 2010If a sailor falls overboard at sea, his best chance of rescue is being picked up by the boat he has fallen out of due to improved navigation which can guide the boat to him
03 March 2010
Antonio Tajani Vice-Président de la Commission Européenne en charge de l'industrie et de l'entrepreneuriat Discours d'ouverture des Galileo applications days Galileo Applications Days Brussels, 3 March 2010