The European GNSS Agency (GSA) and Galileo Services (GS) recently met to confirm their continued commitment to ensuring the success of both European GNSS programmes and industry.
The European GNSS Agency together with ESSP demonstrates the improved accuracy of EGNOS at the annual ESRI user’s conference in Spain.
To highlight the essential role GNSS plays in the developing area of the Internet of Things, the European GNSS Agency (GSA) recently participated in four global events on the topic.
GSA Administrative Board unanimously votes to keep Carlo des Dorides at the helm of Europe’s satellite navigation agency for another four years.
Maritime use of GNSS goes far beyond navigation at sea to include applications for search and rescue, inland waterways, environmental protection and sailing.
The European GNSS Agency (GSA) recently participated in the Satellite Masters Conference in Berlin, where it joined the discussions on Big Data, innovative applications, and the convergence of Earth Observation and GNSS.
Significant advancements in satellite-based positioning have enabled GNSS receivers and services to play a large role in intelligent transport systems (ITS) in recent years. New applications for smart mobility are utilising EGNOS and Galileo, and GNSS is becoming a key asset in designing new ITS infrastructures.
A relatively new phenomenon, autonomous and connected vehicles are the way of the future. As this industry grows, the European GNSS Agency (GSA) says GNSS-enabled vehicles will help make life simpler and safer for drivers.
During the Satellite Masters Conference, the European GNSS Agency (GSA) held a special session dedicated to innovative E-GNSS applications and research and development results.
The European GNSS Agency (GSA) talks with Aerodays 2015 delegates on how the launch of LPV 200 brings precision landing to even more European airports and helipads and helps air traffic management.