Sign Up Now! 2014 European Satellite Navigation Competition’s Galileo Masters/GSA Prize Now Open
The 2014 edition of the European Satellite Navigation Competition, of which the GSA is a proud partner, officially kicked off at the European Navigation Conference in Rotterdam on 15 April.
2014 a Critical Year for GNSS
At the European Navigation Conference in Rotterdam, the message coming from the European Commission, the European GNSS Agency (GSA) and GPS world leaders was clear: 2014 is set to be a critical year for European GNSS technology.
European GNSS Provides a Cost-Efficient and Safe Solution to Rail Sector
A recent cost benefit analysis shows the positive impact satellite technologies can have on the rail sector.
Linking Space Technologies with the User
The challenge of bringing the benefits created by space technologies, such as GNSS, firmly onto the user market is a major focus of the European GNSS Agency (GSA). The topic was also the subject of a session during the Munich Satellite Navigation Summit, where the GSA joined representatives of industry, think-tanks and policy to discuss the potential opportunities ahead.
The Position on Precision at Munich
Many GNSS applications call for extremely high accuracy – down to the centimetre level. These include surveying, precision farming and machine control. The GSA discussed current and future issues surrounding Precise Point Positioning at the Munich Satellite Navigation Summit.
Horizon 2020 First Call for Applications Comes to a Close
Over 270 proposals have been registered in Horizon 2020’s first call for Applications in Satellite Navigation.
European GNSS Success Story: eCall
Europe is becoming a key player in the satellite positioning (GNSS) arena. In this series of articles, the European GNSS Agency (GSA) highlights the many success stories happening across all sectors in market uptake, user adoption, innovation and R&D. Here we focus on the road transportation segment and the eCall project.
Munich Welcomes the GNSS World
After a break of one year, the Munich Satellite Summit was back, bringing together the major players in the Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) sector from March 25 to 27 2014. Updates on current system status and discussions on future developments were on the agenda. In particular, this year saw a focus on the European Galileo and EGNOS systems.
EU and Taiwan Talk GNSS Trends
The European Chamber of Commerce Taiwan (ECCT) hosted the March 11 Taiwan Industry Collaboration Seminar. The event was part of the GNSS.asia project, which is managed by the European GNSS Agency (GSA).
A New Look for a New GSA
With a new remit, new responsibilities and a growing team of professionals, the GSA rebrands with the introduction of a new logo.