Location Based Services (LBS) in action

EU Takes the Stage at the 33rd annual Space Symposium

12 April 2017
For the first time, European Union officials presented keynote addresses at the world’s premier space conference as progress of the EU’s flagship space programmes – Galileo, EGNOS and Copernicus – puts the EU firmly in the club of global space service providers.
GSA Executive Director Carlos des Dorides presents prize to Andreas Winther Rousing, the winner of the newly founded GSA scholarship “Young GSA – New Navigation Horizons" at the 2017 Space Generation Fusion Forum.

GSA highlights the benefits of a multi-GNSS world at the 7th Space Generation Fusion Forum

11 April 2017
With the recent influx of new public and private players into the operational space arena, including Europe’s own Galileo, young space professionals review the economic, policy and technology innovation possibilities that space is enabling for the future.

Poland in POSITION

03 April 2017
The GSA-funded POSITION project has helped put Poland on the European GNSS map. After helping numerous start-ups take their GNSS-based products and services from idea to reality, they are now shifting their focus to marketization.

Huawei leads the way with Galileo

27 March 2017
Huawei’s New P10 and P10 Plus smartphones support Galileo, providing users with more precise positioning.

Galileo search and rescue service ready for green light!

24 March 2017
The Galileo Search and Rescue (SAR) service is Europe‘s contribution to the international emergency beacon locating system called COSPAS-SARSAT. This essential Galileo service has the potential to dramatically reduce the time to locate and reach people in distress on sea and land. The 2017 Munich Satellite Navigation Summit saw a dedicated session that outlined the potential impact of the full Galileo SAR service on the afternoon of 15 March.

Connecting Europe and Asia through GNSS

23 March 2017
A new series of articles will highlight the important work being done across the Asian region, providing European businesses with an inside look at GNSS market opportunities in India, China, Taiwan, Korea, Japan and South East Asia.

If it’s March, it must be Munich

20 March 2017
The Munich Satellite Navigation Summit is established as one of the most important dates in the global GNSS community’s calendar. This year the Summit’s 14th edition took place from 14-16 March with the theme ‘GNSS – is it time for backup?’ The opening session examined a range of topics around GNSS in today’s changing political and technical environment.
The latest Galileo-enabled devices, showcased at the 2017 Mobile World Congress

European GNSS highlighted at global tech shows

17 March 2017
At this year’s Mobile World Congress in Madrid and the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, many of the smartphones, chipsets and other technologies on display were Galileo enabled.

inLane uses Galileo for lane-level positioning

13 March 2017
Horizon 2020-funded inLane project combines the precision of Galileo with computer vision technology to create the next generation of in-vehicle navigation systems.

KYNEO project moves closer to commercialisation

08 March 2017
The KYNEO project is a case study on the impact that the European GNSS Agency’s (GSA) various funding mechanisms have on the development of the European GNSS market.

Galileo Hackathon registration now open

07 March 2017
Join the European GNSS Agency (GSA) and show off your coding skills at the second Galileo Hackathon 15 – 17 May in Gdańsk, Poland.

Galileo connects the connected car

02 March 2017
According to a new report by Mobile World Live, over 73 % of respondents within the connected car navigation sector are already well aware of Galileo.

European GNSS at the heart of Europe’s industrial agenda

28 February 2017
As part of EU Industry Day, the European GNSS Agency celebrates the many ways that Europe’s space programmes help make the European economy stronger and more competitive.

The shift towards a multi-constellation environment

27 February 2017
With the launch of Galileo Initial Services and the availability of numerous Galileo-enabled chipsets and receivers, users are benefiting from the stronger GNSS performance that a multi-constellation environment provides.

GNSS Market Report hits 40k downloads… and counting

14 February 2017
In the fast evolving world of satellite navigation technology and GNSS applications, monitoring the landscape and having the latest information is essential. The GSA’s 2015 GNSS Market Report, which provides an in-depth look at market opportunities and technology trends across eight market segments, is the go-to resource for GNSS market intelligence, being cited by policy and strategy documents across the globe.


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