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The event will be an opportunity to discuss innovative GNSS applications for the rail sector.

Save the date: Space for Innovation in Rail

14 December 2018
The ‘Space for Innovation in Rail’ forum, to be held in Vienna, Austria on 18-19 March 2019, will be an opportunity to discuss innovation and digitalisation in the rail sector, with a special focus on GNSS applications for rail. The event, under the auspices of the Austrian Ministry of Transport, Innovation and Technology, is being jointly organised by the European GNSS Agency (GSA), Shift2rail Joint Undertaking (S2R JU), and the European Union Agency for Railways (ERA).

Help shape the future of Galileo and EGNOS. Give us your feedback!

05 December 2018
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Take your project to the next level at MWC Barcelona

04 December 2018
Ever dreamed about presenting your solution at Mobile World Congress? The GSA is looking for innovative solutions !
89% of survey respondents said they were satisfied with Galileo and 94% would recommend Galileo to others.

Just published: Galileo User Satisfaction Survey Report

28 November 2018
You spoke. We listened. The results of the GSA’s 2017 Galileo User Satisfaction Survey are now available.
The report looks at current and future PNT requirements in the road sector.

GSA Road report highlights user PNT requirements

26 November 2018
The European GNSS Agency (GSA) recently published a Report on Road User Needs and Requirements, as part of a series that examines user needs and requirements for position, navigation and timing (PNT) solutions in various sectors.
The report sheds light on the current market and technology trends for GNSS in the maritime and inland waterways domains.

GSA Maritime and Inland Waterways report examines user PNT requirements

22 November 2018
The European GNSS Agency (GSA) recently published a Report on Maritime and Inland Waterways User Needs and Requirements as part of a series of eight similar reports examining user needs and requirements for position, navigation and timing (PNT) solutions.
Consumers and industry in the U.S. will now be to access certain Galileo signals to be used in combination with GPS

FCC approves use of Galileo in the U.S.

16 November 2018
The U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC), at a meeting on November 15, granted in part a request from the European Commission for a waiver of the FCC rules so that devices in the United States may access specific signals transmitted from the Galileo Global Navigation Satellite System.
The report looks at the current market and technology trends for GNSS in the rail sector.

GSA Rail report tracks user PNT requirements

15 November 2018
A Report on Rail User Needs and Requirements, recently published by the European GNSS Agency (GSA), examines user needs and requirements for position, navigation and timing (PNT) solutions in the rail sector.
The report aims at enhancing the understanding of the LBS market evolution, including strong points, limitations, key technological trends and main drivers.

LBS user requirements highlighted in GSA special report

09 November 2018
A recent report from the European GNSS Agency (GSA) highlights user needs and requirements on position, navigation and timing (PNT) for location-based service (LBS) applications. The report will help shape the discussion at the next EGNSS User Consultation Platform (UCP), to be held in Marseille on 3-4 December 2018 as part of European Space Week.
The Report provides a reference for the EGNSS Programmes and for the aviation community on user needs and requirements in the aviation market segment.

GSA Report highlights key user requirements in aviation

08 November 2018
A Report from the European GNSS Agency (GSA) on Aviation User Needs and Requirements highlights current and future requirements for position, navigation and timing in the aviation sector and will feed into the discussion at the next EGNSS User Consultation Platform (UCP), to be held in Marseille on 3-4 December 2018 as part of European Space Week.