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WATM EGNOS stand with attendees
Wednesday, February 20, 2019

The European GNSS Agency (GSA) is organising a workshop on EGNOS and Galileo services for aviation on March 13 as part of the World ATM Congress in Madrid. At the session, a number of speakers will discuss the current status of EGNOS and Galileo implementation in the sector, potential new services and will gather priorities for research and...

Service implementation Roadmaps published
Monday, February 18, 2019

The new version v4.1 of the EGNOS Service Implementation Roadmaps has been released and they are now available at the EGNOS Service Implementation Roadmap section.

These new versions provide a high-level overview of the expected evolution in the next three years for each of the EGNOS Services; Safety of Life (SoL),...

RNP 0.3 routes published on the LPV map
Monday, February 18, 2019

Since last December, the Helicopter RNP 0.3 routes based on EGNOS are displayed in the LPV Procedures Map with their associated waypoints and the list of operators using them.

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Iceland, Poland, UK and Stonia airports
Friday, February 15, 2019

EGNOS is reaching the impressive 70 EGNOS WORKING AGREEMENTS established with Air Navigation Service Providers

EGNOS continues to grow unstoppable among Air Navigation Service Providers that have already adhered to the EGNOS WORKING AGREEMENT to support their activities and thus complementing their ground approach...

EGNOS for mountain biking
Thursday, February 14, 2019

IMBA Spain has recently published a new version of its Signalling Manual, which establishes the procedure and associated methods to plan, prepare, certify, inspect and promote MTB centres,...

The EASE tool for agriculture
Wednesday, February 6, 2019

The new EASE (Egnos sAvingS in agriculturE) tool is already available in the EGNOS User Support Website. The EASE tool intends to provide farmers with cost-benefit analyses on the use of EGNOS for machinery...

Image announcingthe evolution of EGNOS
Monday, February 4, 2019

The EGNOS Service Provision (ESP) consists in delivering three types of services: the Open Service (OS), the Safety of Life service (SoL) and EGNOS Data Access Services (EDAS). The current EGNOS System was developed in early 2000’s, and is to be replaced by a new generation “EGNOS V3”.

This latter will augment both GPS and Galileo,...

European space technology has proven to be determining to make efficient decisions
Wednesday, January 16, 2019

As was highlighted at the 2018 European Space Week special session on Interconnectivity, European space technology is providing smart, new applications that deliver the information we need to make faster, easier and more efficient decisions.

According to a study conducted by CISCO, by as early as next year, there...

EGNOS as an aid for blind explorers
Friday, January 11, 2019

On 3 December, as part of the International Day of Persons with Disabilities, Geko Navsat inaugurated the first accessible urban park using its Blind Explorer sensorial guidance solution.

With one in 30 people in Europe experiencing vision loss, innovator Rafael Olmedo had an idea: pair sound cues with augmented...

Space brought to seas
Friday, January 11, 2019

The oceans represent 90% of the Earth’s biosphere and are essential to a range of economic activities with over 90% of world trade travelling via maritime routes. The oceans also play a central role in regulating the Earth’s climate. Global observation and monitoring systems are therefore essential to better manage the oceans and to...