Two awards promote European GNSS in Asia
Two GSA-funded projects – BELS and GNSS.asia – are encouraging the use of European GNSS in Asia through the launch of two innovation competitions.
The Farming by Satellite Prize finalists are…
The European GNSS Agency (GSA) is set to announce the winners of the 2016 Farming by Satellite Prize on 23 January 2017 during the International Green Week exhibition in Berlin.
GSA welcomes EUROCAE Working Group to Prague Headquarters
The 42nd meeting of the EUROCAE Working Group 62 was hosted by the GSA at its Prague Headquarters from 28 – 30 November.
GSA celebrates four years in Prague
The 2016 GSA Open Days was a chance for the public to get a behind-the-scenes look at the Galileo and EGNOS space programmes.
EGNOS earns new distinction
France’s Air and Space Academy recognises EGNOS for its significant contribution to European space.
GNSS mobile apps: using Nougat to access raw GNSS measurements
The ability to access raw GNSS measurements opens up a range of opportunities for mobile app developers, but how do you access the data? During the first European GNSS Agency (GSA) Galileo Hackathon at the WhereCamp ‘unconference’ in Berlin Dr Lukasz Bonenberg from the University of Nottingham explained how app-developers can access raw GNSS measurements on smartphones via the latest release of the Android operating system.
GNSS mobile apps: Data outputs and Galileo
With more signals and better accuracy, Galileo is an invaluable resource for mobile developers working on precise positioning applications. During the first Galileo Hackathon at the WhereCamp in Berlin, experts from the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre (JRC) shared how Galileo is boosting accuracy and making positioning applications more precise.
GSA extends scope of ISO 9001 certification
The scope of the European GNSS Agency’s (GSA) ISO 9001 certification has been extended to include the management of the Galileo exploitation phase and the operation of the Galileo Security Monitoring Centre (GSMC).
WhereCamp Berlin focus on LBS and Geo-IoT
The WhereCamp Berlin ‘unconference’ on 3 and 4 November offered exciting insights on the future of Location Based Services (LBS) and the Geo-IoT (Geolocation - Internet of Things) including some interesting developments around the use of LBS provided by European GNSS. The meeting featured the first ever Galileo Hackathon (link) and a plenary session hosted by the GSA on Technology Trends in Geolocation presented by the global leaders in the field: Qualcomm, Broadcom and Google.
H2020 Applications in Satellite Navigation – Galileo – 2017 Call now open
The third Horizon 2020 (H2020) call for Applications in Satellite Navigation, managed by the European GNSS Agency (GSA) under the delegation from European Commission is officially open. With a budget of EUR 33 million for the 2017 call, the deadline for submitting proposals is 1 March 2017.