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September 27, 2010

Norway, EC Sign Galileo Agreement

Norway and the European Commission signed a cooperation agreement on satellite navigation last week (September 22) that will make the Scandinavian nation — which is a member of the European Space Agency (ESA) but not the European Union — a fuller participant in the EU’s GNSS program.

November 11, 2010 - November 12, 2010
Turin/Torino, Italy
September 24, 2010 - September 25, 2010
Prague, Czech Republic
September 22, 2010
Brussels (Bruxelles), Belgium
Ventures • August 6, 2010

Edinburgh's SELEX Galileo to Supply Atomic Clocks for 14 Galileo Satellites

SELEX Galileo, an Edinburgh, Scotland company, has signed a €30 million contract with with Surrey Satellite Technology LTD (SSTL) to supply PHM atomic clocks for all 14 Galileo FOC (full operational capability) satellites.

The PHM-Passive Hydrogen Maser- clock is the most stable for space
applications and has been tested successfully in GIOVE-B, the Galileo
system's second validation satellite, which was launched in 2008. 

October 26, 2010 - October 27, 2010
Brussels (Bruxelles), Belgium
Inside GNSS • March/April 2011


For at least the past two decades, managing traffic on Europe’s road networks has been a growing concern for European policy makers and citizens alike. While demand for transport has consistently increased over the years, Europe’s road network capacity has failed to keep pace, leading to increasing levels of congestion and pollution.

July 19, 2010

Air Force Investigating Residuals in GPS IIF Signals

[Updated July 22, 2010] Air Force officials at the GPS Wing have confirmed that higher-the-expected range residuals detected by researchers at the German Aerospace Center (DLR) are appearing in signals transmitted by the first GPS IIF satellite, designated SVN/62/PRN25.

But the Air Force and Boeing Space and Intelligence Systems, which built the spacecraft, point out SVN62 is currently performing within specifications, and the signal phenomenon does not appear likely to have any significant effect on GPS positioning when the satellite is declared operational.

November 30, 2010 - December 2, 2010
London, UK
July 26, 2010
Viladecans (Barcelona), Spain
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