January 2, 2007
The 14-year (and counting) history of Europe’s Galileo program has always made for a complex story line.
And it’s not getting any simpler.
Among the latest complications: the transition of responsibilities from the Galileo Joint Undertaking (GJU) to a new GNSS Supervisory Authority (GSA, also referred to as the Galileo Supervisory Authority), further extension of negotiations over a long-term concession contract to operate Galileo, and growing pressure from commercial companies to allow them to sell Galileo technology that they have developed or want to develop.
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By Inside GNSS