AESA recognised for pioneering efforts to make EGNSS use in drones a realityApril 09, 2019
AESA (Agencia Estatal de Seguridad Aérea/ State Agency for Aviation Security) has taken on board the use of EGNOS and Galileo in drones.
ESSP is attending this year again the “Munich Satellite Navigation Summit”.March 26, 2019
Munich Satellite Navigation Summit is a two-day international conference, the perfect occasion to have an updated status of the various GNSS (GPS, Beidou, Glonass, Navic [India], QZSS [Japan] and Galileo of course) and SBAS systems in the world (WAAS, EGNOS, GAGAN, SDCM and MSAS [Japan]), and to meet with the European GNSS community.
Croatia Airlines will use EGNOS for satellite LPV approachesMarch 25, 2019
Croatia Airlines has successfully completed the major part of the DASH Q400 aircraft modernization project in which Dash aircraft are equipped with new navigation equipment.
GSA highlights added value of EGNSS for drones at WATM 2019March 21, 2019
The added value of EGNSS (Galileo and EGNOS) for drones was the focus of a special session organised by the European GNSS Agency (GSA) at this year’s World ATM Congress in Madrid on 12 March, at which representatives from several projects spoke about how they are benefitting from the European space programme.
Take action: GPS Week Rollover is coming!March 19, 2019
If you haven’t heard of the GPS Week Rollover and its potentially critical consequences, or haven’t taken any action, now it is the time to do so, and you can do it by reading this article. Due to this GPS event and its effects, explained hereinafter, EGNOS encourages all its users to check their GPS receivers.
Iris programme to modernise European air traffic management enters implementation phaseMarch 15, 2019
Ground-breaking programme, led by Inmarsat in partnership with the European Space Agency (ESA), will reduce flight delays, save fuel and benefit the environment
ESSP shareholders sign a joint statement to continue give full support to EGNOS and to the European PBN regulationMarch 12, 2019
The 7 Air Navigation Service Providers (ANSPs) of France, Germany, Italy, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom in their role of ESSP-SAS (European Satellite Service Provider) founders came together to sign a joint letter, which outlines their commitment to continuing their support to EGNOS, a program from the European Union managed by the European GNSS Agency (GSA).