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Building momentum for PRS in Barcelona

25 September 2012
One of Galileo’s key offerings is Public Regulated Service (PRS), which will provide secure, guaranteed position and timing for government users like security operations. At the Barcelona PMR Summit, GSA officials made the case for early adoption of PRS standards

Aurigny, CityJet and Air Nostrum winners at EGNOS awards in Dublin

24 September 2012
Three regional airlines were honoured at the ERA’s annual meeting in Dublin for their pioneering use of EGNOS technology

Space Expo arrives in Brussels after Helsinki triumph

18 September 2012
The European Space Expo continues its tour: fresh from its showcase in the Finnish capital, it now makes its way to Brussels

"Historic moment" as GSA opens its new Prague seat

10 September 2012
Ministers, Ambassadors and top EU officials gathered in Prague on September 6 to celebrate the opening of the GSA’s new offices.

The European Space Expo lands in historic Toulouse space park

23 July 2012
Planted next to rockets, satellites and space stations, the European Space Expo was right at home at the Toulouse Cité de l’espace.

EU – Asia Satellite Navigation Industry Seminar aims to build business

13 July 2012
An excellent opportunity for industrial cooperation in satellite navigation applications, between EU and China, India, Japan, Republic of Korea and Taiwan, arises on 26 September!

PRS: a secure opportunity

12 July 2012
As the Galileo system prepares for operation, service providers, end-users with the EU and national authorities are looking to exploit its unique services such as the Public Regulated Service (PRS). A recent workshop in Brussels discussed the market potential for PRS and how industry can respond to this major opportunity.

GSA begins preparations for future EGNOS services

20 June 2012
Today the European GNSS Agency (GSA) published a contract notice in the Official Journal of the European Union inviting operators to bid for the provision of EGNOS services over the 2014-2021 period. This contract will consist in operating, maintaining and upgrading the EGNOS system infrastructure, and ensuring the continuous and safe provision of the three services offered by EGNOS.

New 'Farming by Satellite' Prize awards tech savvy students and young farmers

07 June 2012
A EUR 10,000 cash prize is on offer to agricultural students and young farmers across Europe. The ‘Farming by Satellite’ award, an initiative of the GSA is sponsored by agricultural machinery manufacturer CLAAS and crop science experts Bayer.

Expo shows how space tech is changing lives on Earth

05 June 2012
A travelling exhibition is showcasing the many ways space applications are improving life on Earth. Opening in Copenhagen, the European Space Expo will tour Europe over the two years.

EGNOS Service Provision Event 2012 in Madrid

04 June 2012
ESSP, the European Satellite Services Provider, will hold its yearly EGNOS Service Provision Workshop at Barajas Airport in Madrid, on 14 and 15 June.

New 'Farming by Satellite' Prize awards tech savvy students and young farmers

01 June 2012
A EUR 10,000 cash prize is on offer to agricultural students and young farmers across Europe. The ‘Farming by Satellite’ award, an initiative of the GSA is sponsored by agricultural machinery manufacturer CLAAS and crop science experts Bayer.

EU exhibition to show how space impacts all our lives

30 May 2012
Citizens across Europe will be able to get close to the space applications and services that are making a major impact on our everyday lives thanks to a new EU travelling exhibition. The show makes its debut in June in Copenhagen and, of course, Galileo and EGNOS will be taking staring roles!

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.
 

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