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EGNOS takes off in Spain

18 February 2013
Spain is the latest European country to sign up to implement EGNOS-based approach procedures for its airports with the signing of an agreement at the World ATM Congress in Madrid. The first Spanish airport to implement EGNOS-based procedures should be up and running by this summer.

Opportunity for Success

15 February 2013
As EGNOS coverage extends south and east, new markets for GNSS technologies developed in Europe are opening up. The European Commission has funded a comprehensive survey that not only identifies the main market potential for EGNOS applications in these territories, but also the EU technologies that could satisfy demand.

European Space Expo and EGNOS take-off in Madrid!

08 February 2013
Spanish citizens will be able to experience the latest space technology and applications, including Galileo and EGNOS, when the European Space Expo visits Madrid. You may not realise it, but space tech is making a major impact on your daily life – and this free exhibition shows you exactly how and why!

EGNOS proves its value in Maritime and Inland Waterways

08 February 2013
A new report demonstrates that EGNOS can deliver the performance required for safe navigation in maritime and inland waterways. The report is based on results from comprehensive testing of the EGNOS service around a variety of ports across Europe. Implementing EGNOS for waterborne navigation can complement existing systems and provide additional benefits.

Tajani: Space boosts European jobs and growth

07 February 2013
Europe’s Galileo, EGNOS and Copernicus space programmes are proving their value in rejuvenating the EU economy and creating jobs. That was the message delivered by Antonio Tajani, Vice-President of the European Commission to a high-level conference on EU space policy where he also called for continuing budgetary support for the space sector.

ESNC University Challenge: Sponsors win too!

06 February 2013
The University Challenge prize is one of the highlights of the prestigious annual European Satellite Navigation Competition (ESNC). This special prize rewards innovative ideas emerging from Europe’s universities. For 2013, the prize is looking to recruit new sponsors. This could be your opportunity to support our next generation of GNSS entrepreneurs and promote your organisation in a dynamic sector.

British space sector looks forward to Galileo

31 January 2013
The space industry in the United Kingdom is one of the most advanced in the world, and it is seizing the opportunities offered by GNSS technologies. At the December 3-5 European Space Solutions (ESS) conference in London, leading figures hailed Galileo for the accuracy and reliability it promises.

All you need to know about GNSS!

29 January 2013
The GENIUS FP7 project is launching in Prague its ambitious professional GNSS training programme with a tutorial on the Fundamentals of GNSS in early March. The free, three-day course covers all the essentials that any professional involved in the satellite navigation and positioning sector needs to know.

Milan’s Linate Airport takes up EGNOS

14 January 2013
Linate in Milan has become the biggest airport yet to provide operators with satellite-based EGNOS navigation services.

London highlights satellite benefits for shipping and farming

12 January 2013
Shipping and farming might not appear to have much in common, but both sectors are exploiting satellite technologies, and are looking forward to the new opportunities offered by the European GNSS programmes EGNOS and Galileo. At the European Space Solutions (ESS) conference in London on December 4, experts in the fields outlined how satellites are making their work easier.