Press Releases

29 September 2015

New EGNOS service will offer better access to airports and reduce delays, diversions and cancellations.

09 September 2015

To enable the adoption of Galileo and EGNOS-powered services across all market segments, the European GNSS Agency (GSA) has launched a new R&D funding mechanism supporting the development of chipsets and receivers. This ‘Fundamental Elements’ programme supports activities to be carried out from 2015-2020 for a projected budget of EUR 100 million.

02 September 2015

The European GNSS Agency (GSA) is pleased to announce that after extensive ground and space testing, SES-5 GEO satellite has now entered into European Geostationary Navigation Overlay Service (EGNOS) operational platform broadcasting EGNOS Signal-In-Space (SIS).

25 March 2015

The 2015 edition of the GSA’s GNSS Market Report takes an in-depth look at market opportunities, technology trends and future developments for eight key market segments.

11 December 2014

Following a successful audit this month, the European GNSS Agency (GSA) has been ISO 9001 certified for all its activities. ISO 9001 is an internationally recognised certification of an organisation’s quality management system standards.

28 October 2014

The 2014 edition of the European Satellite Navigation Competition (ESNC) European GNSS Agency (GSA) Special Prize was awarded to Deimos Space for their Galileo for Ara - Design of a new Galileo Module for Ara platform project.

09 October 2014

The European GNSS Agency (GSA) and the European Commission have concluded an agreement which delegates a range of exploitation tasks for Galileo to the GSA, providing a framework and budget for the development of services and operations through 2021.

15 September 2014

Agreement will leverage synergies to enhance aviation safety, improve air traffic management and better the aviation user experience.

22 August 2014

The European GNSS Agency (GSA) has launched a call for proposals to foster further EGNOS adoption in the European civil aviation sector.

31 July 2014

The Early Proof of Concept (EPOC) team has successfully tracked the encrypted Galileo E6-B and E6-C signals broadcast by Galileo satellites. As a result, the Commercial Service loop has been closed using both encrypted and non-encrypted signals.