Paris Air & Space Show/ESA Pavilion - Inside GNSS

Paris Air & Space Show/ESA Pavilion

Inside the ESA pavilion – Access to space. ESA photo.

The European Space Agency (ESA) is seeking ideas for innovative future navigation concepts and products from European industry and academia, and these ideas can come together at the ESA pavilion at the Paris Air & Space Show. There attendees can talk with the team overseeing the new program seeking to drive Europe’s state-of-the-art in finding one’s way.

The European Space Agency (ESA) is seeking ideas for innovative future navigation concepts and products from European industry and academia, and these ideas can come together at the ESA pavilion at the Paris Air & Space Show. There attendees can talk with the team overseeing the new program seeking to drive Europe’s state-of-the-art in finding one’s way.

ESA’s Directorate of the Galileo Programme and Navigation-related Activities has put together the Navigation Innovation and Support Programme (NAVISP), which will apply ESA’s hard-won expertise from Galileo and EGNOS to new satellite navigation and, more widely, positioning, navigation and timing challenges.

The aim is to boost the industrial competitiveness and innovation of participating Member States across the entire navigation sector, from “upstream” space systems to “downstream” mass-market user products and services, including the fusion of satellite navigation with various groundbreaking technologies and complementary positioning techniques.

How to Get Involved
If attending, you can talk with us directly at the show: just make an appointment via navisp.element2@esa.int.
Otherwise, getting involved is simple. You can find more details on: http://emits.sso.esa.int/ under AO-8927.
For more information on doing business with ESA, click here. The 52nd International Paris Air Show will take place from June 19-25 at the Exhibition Center of Le Bourget, a few kilometers North of Paris.