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Galileo Services Goes International

Galileo Services has expanded its association with new members from non-European countries. Canadian NovAtel, US-based JAVAD GNSS, dmedia System from Taiwan and SEIKO EPSON from Japan are now members of...

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Galileo Funding Agreement Reached

At a budgetary conciliation meeting on 23rd November 2007 the European Parliament and Council reached agreement on funding for the Galileo project. It was agreed that Galileo will be funded...

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Onboard Galileo Atomic Clocks

The European Commission and the European Space Agency have approved the Galileo GNSS programme. Two experimental satellites will be launched in late 2005 or early 2006. Atomic clocks are critical...

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Second Galileo Validation Contract

The European Space Agency (France) and Galileo Industries have signed a € 150m contract as a first six-month stage towards signing an approximately € 950m contract covering the overall In-Orbit...

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Ukraine in on Galileo

The European Commission has received the go-ahead to open negotiations with Ukraine on a 'co-operation agreement' relating to the development of Galileo, Europe's satellite navigation system. The agreement would comprise...

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Positive Signals For Galileo

The in-orbit validation programme for Galileo, Europe's global satellite navigation system, is celebrating three years since the first signal was broadcast by the GIOVE-A satellite. The programme has been gathering...

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Galileo Interoperable with GPS

ESA’s first two Galileo navigation satellites in space have achieved their latest milestone, transmitting dummy signals in a modulation scheme designed to allow full interoperability with the US GPS once...

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JAVAD GNSS Tracks Galileo

JAVAD GNSS receivers successfully tracked all Galileo satellites from Spirent simulator and produced Galileo-only and triple satellite (Gps+Glonass+Galileo) positions. Up to 27 satellites were traked simultaneously.     The experiments...

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Fourteen Galileo Navigation Satellites

The European Commission today announced that it has selected the consortium led by OHB-System AG and Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd. (SSTL) for building and testing fourteen satellites for the Galileo...

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