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Space Solutions for Better Mobility

27 November 2013
The European Space Solutions conference  covered aspects of transport on land (chaired by the European GNSS Agency (GSA)) and water, with a focus on how space solutions are making a real impact on the mobility of goods and people both regionally and world-wide. The European Space Solutions conference focused on two major areas for satellite navigation applications in transport: road and maritime.

Extending the Galileo test campaign to eCall manufacturers

25 November 2013
In view of the introduction of the eCall in-vehicle systems set to use GNSS satellite positioning, including EGNOS and Galileo, and in view of Galileo Early Services, the European GNSS Agency (GSA) announces the opportunity for eCall device manufacturers to test Galileo compatibility. 

Space Solutions for Emergency Response

25 November 2013
European Space Solutions conference focussed on emergency response and disaster management. Accurate location data is essential for an efficient and timely response in any emergency – and positioning satellite technology is the key to providing such data.

Farming by Satellite grows - pushing the creative edge of EGNOS and Galileo

22 November 2013
With cash prizes totalling EUR 13 000 and a wider geographical scope for entries, the second edition of the Farming by Satellite Competition is now open for submissions. The aim of the competition is to promote the use of satellite technologies in agriculture and their benefits to end users. The competition, an initiative of the European GNSS Agency (GSA), is supported by agricultural machinery manufacturers CLAAS and crop science experts Bayer.

Galileo Masters 2013: GNSS gets personal

22 November 2013
The 10th edition of the joint European Satellite Navigation Competition (ESNC) and Copernicus Masters 2013 ceremony was a festive evening held in conjunction with the opening day of the European Space Solutions conference in Munich. The event put the spotlight on innovative entrepreneurs and application developers utilising satellite navigation and earth observation technologies and was attended by high level personalities from government, institutions and industry.

European Space Solutions: Benefits and Opportunities

21 November 2013
The European Space Solutions Conference 2013 was held in Munich 5 – 7 November. The conference brought together representatives of the public and private sectors, along with users and developers of space-based solutions. The theme was how space technology makes a real difference in our daily lives, with a particular focus on challenges and opportunities for European satellite technologies.

Parliament approves financing for the European satellite navigation programmes until 2020

20 November 2013
The European Commission has welcomed today's approval by the European Parliament of the financing and governance of two European satellite navigation programmes:  Galileo and EGNOS, for the period 2014-2020.

Space: Smart Solutions for Smart Cities

19 November 2013
On the evening of 6 November, the European Space Expo hosted the official reception for the European Space Solutions conference in Munich. The event showcased a range of space-based solutions for enabling smarter cities that can bring benefits to citizens living in an increasingly urbanised world. The highlighted projects featured both Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) and Earth Observation technologies.

Europe is Ready to Mobilise

19 November 2013
The day-long event will bring together mobile technology stakeholders to discuss how Europe can re-emerge as a leader in mobile technology.  

Galileo 2.0: moving forward to operation

18 November 2013
A high-level debate on October 15 at the European Parliament in Brussels saw politicians giving the European GNSS Agency (GSA) a very positive review. The event marked the first anniversary of GSA’s move to its new headquarters in Prague and looked forward to a new operational phase as Galileo services come online to join EGNOS during 2014.