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GSA Releases 2012 GNSS Market Report

29 May 2012
The European GNSS Agency (GSA) has published its second Global Satellite Navigation System (GNSS) Market Report, providing key information in support of entrepreneurship in the satellite navigation sector.

EGNOS helps to make better roads

25 May 2012
Constructing and maintaining the road network is an expensive endeavour. But with the help of specialised satellite positioning equipment developed under a Galileo FP7 project, the route to optimal road quality and cost saving could now be a matter of course.

EGNOS takes off at the 2012 AERO Friedrichshafen show

22 May 2012
At the 20th AERO Friedrichshafen, representatives of the European GNSS Agency (GSA), the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), and Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA) highlighted the importance of EGNOS for general aviation and discussed its challenges.

Pilot shares his positive experience using EGNOS

21 May 2012
At the AERO Friedrichshafen, a global show for general aviation in Germany, we had the opportunity to meet and converse with Michiel Klinkspoor, a European (EASA) and United States (FAA) Flight Instructor from The Netherlands who uses EGNOS.

GSA launches public consultation on the Galileo Commercial Service

16 May 2012
On 15th May the European GNSS Agency (GSA) launched a public consultation on the Galileo Commercial Service (CS). Businesses and service providers throughout the European Union are invited to share their views, ideas, and potential requirements, to help build this high-performing service targeted at commercial applications.

Final tests of CLOSE-SEARCH: successful unmanned aerial platforms in search missions

04 May 2012
The project CLOSE-SEARCH, led by the Institute of Geomatics (Spain), will soon come to an end. The project supports the development of an unmanned vehicle prototype to detect people lost in difficult to access areas by means of body heat detection

EGNOS ideas can win the 2012 Galileo Masters

03 May 2012
Now in its ninth year, the European Satellite Navigation Competition is once again on the hunt for world-beating ideas for satellite navigation applications.

EGNOS introduced at the Marrakesh Air Show

03 May 2012
Delegates to the third Marrakesh Air Show in April were able to learn about progress in enabling African and Arabic countries to enjoy the benefits of EGNOS and Galileo

GNSS is the best solution for new road charging schemes

28 March 2012
Delegates at this year's RUC 2012 Conference in Brussels discussed new trends in road charging in Europe, including Galileo and EGNOS-based schemes.

Satellite Navigation Summit highlights GNSS security

26 March 2012
High-level representatives discussed the state of play in global satellite navigation technologies, including GPS, Glonass, EGNOS and Galileo, and China's Compass.

GSA awards three countries for EGNOS introduction

21 March 2012
At the recent ATC Global conference, the GSA and ESSP presented awards for work to introduce EGNOS in the aviation sector.

Project for dangerous goods transport delivers key technical specifications

07 March 2012
'Scutum' has delivered a crucial new document, laying out technical specifications for new products and applications based on EGNOS/EDAS.

EGNOS winning hearts and minds in Cannes

05 March 2012
The GSA brings EGNOS to this year's Business Airport World Expo in Cannes.

EGNOS ideas can win the 2012 Galileo Masters

01 March 2012
Since 2004, the European Satellite Navigation Competition (ESNC) has been identifying and rewarding the best ideas in satellite navigation applications. And ESNC 2012, with some new sponsors and increased European Commission support, will be no exception.

'Satloc' project launches satellite positioning for rail transport

23 February 2012
The EU-funded Satloc project will demonstrate satellite-based train control for low-traffic railways on the Brasov-Zarnesti line in Romania.
 

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