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May 6, 2014
It’s Spring, and EGNOS Is in the Air

Europe has been talking up its European Geostationary Navigation Overlay Service (EGNOS, for short) — and why shouldn’t it? Talking about Galileo doesn’t…

By Peter Gutierrez


November 18, 2013
Questions in Wake of New Galileo Delay

Some of the specific technical issues behind the latest delay for Galileo’s first full operational capability (FOC) satellites have already been reported. The…

By Peter Gutierrez


May 23, 2013
Europe Needs Entrepreneurs

Honestly, one gets the feeling that the European navigation community has finally had enough of talking and is ready to take Galileo out…

By Peter Gutierrez


March 18, 2013
eCall Rising

eCall is the European Union (EU) initiative aimed at reducing road casualties by increasing the speed and efficiency of emergency response. It involves…

By Peter Gutierrez


January 23, 2013
No Time Like the Present for Europe in Asia

Peter Gutierrez Galileo promoters have always tended to try to link the program to new jobs and economic growth, arguing that once Europe’s…

By Peter Gutierrez


November 15, 2012
Brussels View

Brussels View offers a European perspective on GNSS developments, particularly on Galileo. Columnist Peter Gutierrez is based in Brussels, Belgium and has covered…

By Peter Gutierrez


November 14, 2012
Galileo Round Up

Say what you want about the European capitol — one thing is for sure, Brussels is alive with conversation. With corporate high flyers…

By Peter Gutierrez


July 18, 2012
Brussels View: Remembrance of Things Past

In 2003, China committed to investing €200 million (US$270 million) for the privilege of participating in the development of Europe’s Galileo program. But…

By Peter Gutierrez