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  • Awareness raising and capacity building in the field of EGNSS are essential elements in facilitating the breakthrough of EGNOS and Galileo inside and outside Europe and in increasing the number of opportunities for future collaboration between European and non-European GNSS entities. Promotion activities should take a...

    Segment
    • Awareness raising / Capacity building
    • International cooperation
  • Professional applications are covering different market segments. Precision agriculture, mapping and surveying have been the pioneers in the use of GNSS since the early years. The challenge is to make these applications more affordable, easy to use and integrated with other solutions and technologies, including for example earth observation, e.g. Copernicus services, in order to enable new...

    Segment
    • Agriculture
    • Mapping & Surveying
    • Timing & Synchronisation (T&S)
    • Other professional applications
  • Introduction

    The Galileo Masters, formerly known as the European Satellite Navigation Competition (ESNC), is an international competition for projects with innovative ideas focused on the exploitation of the Global Satellite Navigation Systems (GNSS). Since 2004, the competition has been organized by Anwendungszentrum GmbH Oberpfaffenhofen (AZO).

    Regional challenges are...

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    • Agriculture
    • Aviation
    • EGNSS Service
    • Public Regulated Service (PRS)
    • Funding opportunities
    • Prizes
    • International cooperation
    • Location Based Services (LBS)
    • Internet of Things
    • Mapping & Surveying
    • Maritime
    • Search and Rescue
    • Mobility & Smart Cities
    • Rail
    • Road
    • Security
    • Timing & Synchronisation (T&S)
    • Other professional applications
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