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Farming by Satellite Prize honours Europe’s brightest agricultural students

21 February 2018

Three young European agricultural students were chosen from among 114 entrants from 25 countries as prize-winners in the European GNSS Agency’s (GSA) Farming by Satellite Prize, awarded at a ceremony at the Sima-Simagena Agri-Business Show in Paris on 25 February 2013.
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Tajani: Space boosts European jobs and growth

21 February 2018

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.
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Sun shines on Spanish European Space Expo!

21 February 2018

Spain is clearly keen on space technology with thousands of visitors passing through the doors of the European Space Expo in Madrid this week. The free exhibition featuring Europe’s Galileo, EGNOS and Copernicus programmes was a big hit with Spanish citizens of all ages!
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Learn Best Practices for PBN in Barcelona

21 February 2018

Augmented Satellite Navigation systems, such as EGNOS, are one of the enabling technologies for Performance Based Navigation (PBN). Implementation of PBN is a key short- to medium-term task for aviation authorities across Europe. A workshop organised by Pildo Labs in Barcelona, Spain will share best practices in developing and operating these essential procedures.
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London highlights satellite benefits for shipping and farming

21 February 2018

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.
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Kallas hails ITS at Vienna Congress

21 February 2018

Intelligent transport systems – using satellite applications and other information technologies – could help resolve some of Europe’s many transport challenges, from congestion to climate change, European Commission Vice President Siim Kallas told the Vienna ITS
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Sound idea wins EGNOS prize at ESNC 2012

21 February 2018

An idea to help vision impaired people navigate using sound cues and augmented satellite navigation signals has won the GSA Special Topic Prize at the ninth European Satellite Navigation Competition that took place in Munich on 25 October. The technology could also help the emergency services cope with low visibility environments.
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Europe’s satellite navigation market is surging, says the Executive Director of European GNSS Agency

21 February 2018

Carlo des Dorides, Executive Director of the European GNSS Agency The market for applications and services in Europe’s satellite navigation system is picking up fast as businesses latch on to its many benefits, Carlo des Dorides, Executive Director of the European GNSS Agency (GSA) told at the Intergeo Conference
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EGNOS makes waves in Hannover

21 February 2018

Amid the bustle of the massive Intergeo trade fair and conference in Hannover, EGNOS made its presence felt.
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Businesses converge on London for European Space Solutions

21 February 2018

As both a conference and a trade fair, European Space Solutions will enable public officials and business leaders to debate the space challenges of the years ahead. The three-day event in London this December will also feature the European Space Expo, the showcase for satellite applications.