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H2020 2014 1st call GNSS Projects Portfolio

  1. 1. Horizon 2020 Research & Innovation Programme H2020-GALILEO-2014-1 Call Projects Portfolio research@gsa.europa.eu
  2. 2. Aviation
  3. 3. GMCA GNSS Monitoring for Critical Applications • Contract Number: 641613 • Total Cost: 732,738 € • EU Contribution: 512,916 € • Project Call: H2020-GALILEO-2014-1 • Start Date: 01/02/2015 • End Date: 30/04/2016 • Duration: 15 months • Coordinator: DW International Ltd The objective of this project is to provide a basis upon which Galileo can be relied upon to the same extent that GPS is currently, especially by the Aviation user community and then beyond. It is proposed that existing GNSS Performance Monitoring System (GPMS) is enhanced to include EGNSS and this platform can latterly include other constellations and augmentations for use beyond Europe. The project shall gather EGNSS signal data for analysis and comparison thereby providing the aviation community the confidence they need for including EGNSS within their planning for navigation. It will monitor new signals alongside the GPS signals and provide operationally relevant information to existing and new users of the GPMS. In addition, the system will be updated to include the capability for the monitoring of interference and spoofing.
  4. 4. e-Airport Increase airport capacity, safety and security using European GNSS • Contract Number: 641581 • Total Cost: 2,586,200 € • EU Contribution: 1,907,821.12 € • Project Call: H2020-GALILEO-2014-1 • Start Date: 01/01/2015 • End Date: 30/06/2017 • Duration: 30 months • Coordinator: TELESPAZIO SPA The main goal of the e-Airport project is the development of an integrated airport operations monitor application based on European GNSS to increase the efficiency safety and security of the cargo and aircraft service processes and its demonstrations in two European airports using EGNOS and Galileo Early services. The e-Airport solution will allow airport operators, ground handlers and Air Traffic Control to:  plan, monitor and manage the aircraft services process which support the aircrafts in the airport during turn around  plan, monitor and manage the airfreight cargo process  measure and distribute airport Key Performance Indicators
  5. 5. UKRAINE Ukraine Replication, Awareness and Innovation based on EGNSS • Contract Number: 641517 • Total Cost: 1,429,254 € • EU Contribution: 1,034,227 € • Project Call: H2020-GALILEO-2014-1 • Start Date: 01/01/2015 • End Date: 30/09/2016 • Duration: 21 months • Coordinator: Valdani Vicari & Associati Srl The objectives of the UKRAINE project are to foster application development through international cooperation and to create a broad acceptance of EGNSS in Ukraine, creating at the same time opportunities both for knowledge building and at commercial level. The contribution of the UKRAINE project with respect to the aforementioned objectives relates to the achievement of the following impacts:  preparation of the Ukrainian aviation market to the extension of EGNOS,  support to the uptake of regulated EGNSS applications through the elaboration of a legislative roadmap,  generation of innovative solutions for multimodal logistics and dangerous goods,  creation of business matchmaking opportunity for Ukrainian and EU companies.
  6. 6. BEYOND Building EGNSS capacity on EU neighbouring multimodal domains • Contract Number: 641607 • Total Cost: 2,170,990 € • EU Contribution: 2,170,990 € • Project Call: H2020-GALILEO-2014-1 • Start Date: 01/03/2015 • End Date: 01/03/2017 • Duration: 24 months • Coordinator: ESSP SAS The main goals of BEYOND project are: 1. Promoting the use of EGNSS and growing the interest towards EGNSS outside EU (i.e. in EU-neighbouring countries), and thus possibly stimulating investments in relation to EGNSS. 2. Preparing them towards an optimal adoption of EGNSS, and thus contributing to the growing of know-how, capacity and knowledge in relation to EGNSS outside EU. 3. Supporting networking and liaisons between EU and non-EU players (from different sectors industry, institutions/authorities and research/academia/university – and communities - aviation and non-aviation), thus creating the basis for cooperation, the establishment of relationships possibly evolving into business opportunities.
  7. 7. CaBilAvi Capacity building for aviation stakeholders, inside and outside the EU • Contract Number: 641627 • Total Cost: 1,879,675 € • EU Contribution: 1,879,675 € • Project Call: H2020-GALILEO-2014-1 • Start Date: 01/01/2015 • End Date: 30/09/2017 • Duration: 33 months • Coordinator: GNSS Centre of Excellence CABILAVI project has the following goals:  support emerging EGNOS countries inside and outside the EU in a customised strengthening of their capacity shortfalls for preparation of EGNOS adoption,  increase the awareness of EGNSS in the aviation user community within the EU. The goals of the project are broken down in the following objectives: 1. work with the authorities in the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Bosnia- Herzegovina to update the requirements and guidelines for IFR pilot training to include flying RNP operations, split between the use of APV procedures (80% of effort) and en route RNP (20% of effort) as the first concrete, measurable objective of the project, 2. increase the existing capacity available on the CAA and ANSP side to implement PBN and EGNOS, 3. make a substantial awareness effort of the benefits and correct use of EGNOS and Galileo for VFR pilots, 4. increase the awareness of EGNSS in the European aviation community at large.
  8. 8. Road
  9. 9. G MOTIT Galileo-Enhanced MOTIT: an electric scooter sharing service for sustainable urban mobility • Contract Number: 641544 • Total Cost: 1,288,525 € • EU Contribution: 947,718 € • Project Call: H2020-GALILEO-2014-1 • Start Date: 01/01/2015 • End Date: 31/12/2016 • Duration: 24 months • Coordinator: Pildo Labs Wessex Ltd MOTIT is a unique and innovative electric scooter sharing service, in which users may pick up and drop off vehicles wherever and whenever they want. MOTIT allows users to reserve a scooter with their smartphone, and some minutes before the start of the trip he receives a notification on his smartphone with the position of the vehicle assigned. Vehicle positioning performance is key for the success of the service, since the user is informed on where to pick up his vehicle based on this source. G-MOTIT project aims to develop and integrating an EGNSS-based location technology. The location solution will be validated both functionally and operationally through a small- scale demonstration in Grand Paris region. The objectives of the project are:  to design and develop an independent EGNSS enabled positioning on- board unit that will be integrated into the service,  to demonstrate and validate how the EGNSS-based positioning unit can bring added value to the service,  to support the commercialisation of the G-MOTIT solution.
  10. 10. GALENA Galileo-based solutions for urban freight transport • Contract Number: 641515 • Total Cost: 1,267,240 € • EU Contribution: 954,936 € • Project Call: H2020-GALILEO-2014-1 • Start Date: 01/01/2015 • End Date: 31/12/2016 • Duration: 24 months • Coordinator: HELILEO SA The GALENA project aims at developing a robust Freight Pooling application, i.e. the equipment as well as the information system and the supervision platform needed for the cross supply chain orchestration of a community of shippers involved in freight pooling, particularly in urban areas where many carriers are involved. The GALENA application will make use of the key features of EGNOS and GALILEO, coupled with security services in the handset, to enable the different carrier operators willing to join a Mutualized Transportation Community to timestamp, geo-locate, and formalize their trip as well as any events occurring during the shipping. By doing so, the GALENA application will enable to remotely and automatically track and manage - in a secure and non-falsifiable way – along the supply chain the status changes and the liability for goods shipping between the different stakeholders involved in urban freight pooling – thus solving the concerns on quality of service, liability for goods, and flows traceability. GALENA will also improve the logistical performance and reduce the negative impacts associated with the last-mile logistics: congestion, energy consumption and pollutant emissions.
  11. 11. FOSTER ITS First Operational, Secured and Trusted galilEo Receiver for ITS • Contract Number: 641492 • Total Cost: 2,590,462 € • EU Contribution: 1,813,324 € • Project Call: H2020-GALILEO-2014-1 • Start Date: 01/01/2015 • End Date: 31/12/2017 • Duration: 36 months • Coordinator: FRANCE DEVELOPPEMENT CONSEIL The FOSTER ITS project proposes to build on the momentum of the TACOT success, maturing the proof of concept, reducing significantly its size (scale factor of 20), implementing new functions (e.g. Galileo OS Authentication) and considerably increasing its performance and robustness with new algorithms and new hardware to achieve an utmost level of security (e.g. a Secure Micro Controller, a MEMS resonator). The primary objective of FOSTER ITS is to design and develop the first secured GNSS module available on the market for ITS application. The FOSTER ITS products will be Galileo, EGNOS, GPS and GLONASS enabled and will offer greater resilience against the increasing range of GNSS threats by: • Detecting signal attack attempts (spoofing, meaconing and jamming) • Providing indicators to users about confidence of the positioning • Providing proof of the integrity and origin of the PVT data (digital signature).
  12. 12. JUPITER Joint European Project for International ITS/EGNSS awareness Raising • Contract Number: 641500 • Total Cost: 1,673,605 € • EU Contribution: 1,673,605 € • Project Call: H2020-GALILEO-2014-1 • Start Date: 01/01/2015 • End Date: 31/12/2016 • Duration: 24 months • Coordinator: AEROSPACE VALLEY JUPITER aims at EGNSS awareness raising, capacity building and promotion activities for fostering business development of EGNSS based applications worldwide in response to the H2020 societal challenges at stake for mobility and transportation. In order to ensure that EGNSS comes to prominence in Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) sector, the added value of EGNSS, compared to or in combination with GPS/Glonass/Beidou constellations will be demonstrated and promoted within the project. In this context, the training of application developers will be critical for them to take advantage of EGNSS and to implement GALILEO positioning feature efficiently in their applications. On the other side, once ITS service providers can demonstrate innovative EGNSS based ITS applications, another key challenge will be to convince public stakeholders and other actors of the transportation industry about the competitive and cost benefit advantages they could derive from implementing such innovative GALILEO or EGNOS based solutions.
  13. 13. Rail
  14. 14. ERSAT EAV ERTMS on SATELLITE – Enabling Application Validation • Contract Number: 640747 • Total Cost: 5,536,255 € • EU Contribution: 4,252,450 € • Project Call: H2020-GALILEO-2014-1 • Start Date: 01/02/2015 • End Date: 31/01/2017 • Duration: 24 months • Coordinator: ANSALDO STS S.p.A. The main ERSAT EAV objective is to verify the suitability of EGNSS as the enabler of cost-efficient and economically sustainable ERTMS signalling solutions for safety railway applications. The outcome of ERSAT-EAV is a priority for reusing the ERTMS standard architecture to satisfy the needs of the regional and local lines and for supporting the UNISIG Satellite Positioning Working Group that has been created (June 2012) to specify and standardize the application of the satellite positioning for the harmonization with the European ERTMS standard, by implementing and testing the solution on a pilot line as reference. The objectives will be achieved, in a first phase by measuring and evaluating the gaps to be filled, in terms of technological criticalities and in relation to railway requirements. In particular, at first, by performing measurements under real operating conditions with the support of simulation tools and models. Then, by defining and developing a system solution, able to address and solve the critical issues, by implementing, testing and validating it on a pilot line, as reference for the future standardisation and certification processes. The solution will fully exploit all the advantages of the multi- constellation approach and of EGNOS and Galileo services, providing an optimized augmentation service to the trains, in order to meet the railway requirements.
  15. 15. Maritime
  16. 16. spyGLASS Galileo-based passive radar system for maritime surveillance • Contract Number: 641486 • Total Cost: 1,313,310 € • EU Contribution: 1,069,317 € • Project Call: H2020-GALILEO-2014-1 • Start Date: 01/01/2015 • End Date: 30/06/2017 • Duration: 30 months • Coordinator: ASTER SPA This project brings forward a Passive Bistatic Radar (PBR) based on Galileo transmissions for maritime surveillance. The exploitation of existing transmissions for PBR applications is becoming increasingly attractive due to their low costs, covert operation, and reduced environmental pollution. The main objectives of the project will be: A preliminary operational validation of a Prototype. Initial tests will be carried out on this prototype to extract a complete set of validated, laboratory-proven system requirements for the innovative Passive Coherent Location (PCL) system, and gather preliminary experimental data made available to project to test the developed processing techniques; The industrial design of a final Product, made up of a ground based receiver for coastal monitoring, while a different receiver can be placed on a stratospheric balloon (or on other kind of aerial mobile platform, such as UAV) to assure open sea surveillance. The primary task of this system is to detect and localize ships. The development of a Demonstrator, i.e. a more advanced prototype fulfilling a subset of the Product requirements, in order to validate the innovative PBR techniques developed in this project.
  17. 17. SAT406M An EGNSS application providing an end-to-end solution based on the SAR/Galileo service and particularly using the Return-Link-Message (RLM), to improve the mobility and safety of citizens • Contract Number: 640387 • Total Cost: 1,426,250 € • EU Contribution: 998,375 € • Project Call: H2020-GALILEO-2014-1 • Start Date: 01/02/2015 • End Date: 31/01/2018 • Duration: 36 months • Coordinator: Mobit Telecom ltd. The project aims to develop and promote an EGNSS application providing an end-to-end solution based on the SAR/Galileo service, particularly using the unique Return-Link-Message (RLM), to improve the Search and Rescue of people in distress, comprising: An improved Personal Locator Beacon (PLB): wrist-worn, integrating a 406MHz Cospas-Sarsat compatible beacon and a Digital Selective Calling (DSC) transceiver compatible with marine VHF radios. A new communication method enhancing the standard communication between the PLB and the SAR/Galileo system, using an innovative uplink solution compatible with Cospas-Sarsat standards, and Galileo Return Link downlink. A specific application of the new communication method: monitoring the physiological status of the PLB user and communicating it to the SAR system on the uplink, then upon RLM receive on downlink, further use that method to assist the rescue operation.
  18. 18. Location Based Services
  19. 19. LARA LBS Augmented Reality Assistive System for Utilities Infrastructure Management through Galileo and EGNOS • Contract Number: 641460 • Total Cost: 1,282,398 € • EU Contribution: 998,195 € • Project Call: H2020-GALILEO-2014-1 • Start Date: 01/02/2015 • End Date: 31/01/2017 • Duration: 24 months • Coordinator: GEOIMAGING LIMITED The LARA project sets four objectives in developing a mobile solution for underground utility management that takes advantage of the Galileo and EGNOS: 1. Design, develop and exploit an entirely practical mobile device for utility field workers. 2. Make use and integrate mobile Augmented Reality (AR) interfaces. Registered visualisation requires the rendering of complex 3D models of the underground utilities infrastructure (water, gas, electricity, etc.) in an approach that is easily understandable and useful during field work. 3. Improve on site interaction and navigation application: Interaction with mobile AR devices in outdoor environments is a special mode of 3D interaction, which works differently from Virtual Reality (VR) systems, since it incorporates real-world objects and unavoidably incomplete (spatial) information. 4. Commercialize the final product and related services and address relevant markets.
  20. 20. ELAASTIC European Location As A Service Targeting International Commerce • Contract Number: 641526 • Total Cost: 2,501,150 € • EU Contribution: 1,750,805 € • Project Call: H2020-GALILEO-2014-1 • Start Date: 01/01/2015 • End Date: 30/06/2016 • Duration: 18 months • Coordinator: TELESPAZIO FRANCE SAS ELAASTIC’s objectives are to develop an EU-based, worldwide service to provide and/or enable location for LBS and M2M applications, combining mature Assisted-GNSS and WiFi based location techniques together with new features providing enhanced performance based on the use of E-GNSS signal specific features. The detailed objectives of the projects are:  To create a European based worldwide LaaS (Location as a Service) business competitor, involving major European companies and worldwide actors in the LBS field.  To operate this service from a European base.  To develop the service based on Galileo signal distinguishing features and usable already with Galileo Early Services, to promote E-GNSS.  To provide the community of the GNSS chipsets providers, with a set of APIs allowing them to take advantage of Galileo signal distinguishing features.  To provide the community of the E-GNSS applications developers with free access to ELAASTIC services for the timeframe of this Horizon 2020 Galileo 2014 call, therefore amplifying the use of Galileo Early Services.  To promote the results of the ELAASTIC at standardization bodies, to ensure that the norms and standards support the use of Galileo signal distinguishing feature.
  21. 21. GHOST Galileo Enhancement as Booster of the Smart Cities • Contract Number: 641495 • Total Cost: 1,191,000 € • EU Contribution: 875,063 € • Project Call: H2020-GALILEO-2014-1 • Start Date: 01/01/2015 • End Date: 31/12/2016 • Duration: 24 months • Coordinator: TELETEL S.A. The main objective of the GHOST project is to design, develop and validate at an operational environment a GALILEO-based intelligent system for vehicles in order to take advantage of the public transportation fleet routes, towards enabling development of new cross-functional applications for infrastructures maintenance, street parking and garbage management in smarter cities environment. The GHOST intelligent system will be designed and developed based on a camera and a GALILEO receiver, integrated in mobile vehicles used for public transport. Such a system will enable to automatically take pictures of predefined Points Of Interest (POI) along the public transport networks, based on the accurate position of the mobile vehicle. Such GALILEO geo-tagged pictures will be a key enabler for the creation of several new services, such as detection of infrastructure failures.
  22. 22. GEO VISION GNSS driven EO and Verifiable Image and Sensor Integration for mission-critical Operational Networks • Contract Number: 641451 • Total Cost: 1,323,316 € • EU Contribution: 999,654 € • Project Call: H2020-GALILEO-2014-1 • Start Date: 01/01/2015 • End Date: 31/12/2016 • Duration: 24 months • Coordinator: ANSUR TECHNOLOGIES AS The main objective of the GEO VISION project is to provide users with required situational awareness through the development of the interactive mission- critical visual communications software solution. This will be realized by seamlessly and reliably integrating geo-referenced visual and related sensor in-situ data with maps and geo-spatial space information in a timely, seamlessly integrated, secure and user-friendly way. This approach will be used for managing operational phases of situations like disasters and emergencies, as well as rapid damage assessments and a basis for insurance and cost estimate, while building on current initiatives, proven concepts and realistic user requirements from experienced field assessment officials. Two markets are considered in the project: Humanitarian: Disaster response (United Nations) and emergency management (civil protection). Financial: Damage documentation for cost claims in smaller (Insurance) and larger (World Bank) Scale. A novel business element is the connection of the two, as if private financial users (insurance) get access to relevant crisis data early, they are able to consider if a rapid reaction from their side might fund a response that both saves lives and values.
  23. 23. Surveying/Mapping
  24. 24. mapKITE EGNOS-GPS/GALILEO-based high-resolution terrestrial-aerial sensing system • Contract Number: 641518 • Total Cost: 1,530,269 € • EU Contribution: 872,192 € • Project Call: H2020-GALILEO-2014-1 • Start Date: 01/03/2015 • End Date: 28/02/2017 • Duration: 24 months • Coordinator: GeoNumerics S.L. MapKITE is a terrestrial-aerial surveying system that combines the advantages of the terrestrial and airborne (manned or unmanned) ones. It responds to corridor mapping market needs only fulfilled by much more expensive separate terrestrial and aerial missions. The first objective of mapKITE project is to build a mature EGNSS enabled prototype of a novel tandem terrestrial-aerial mapping system based on a terrestrial vehicle (TV) and on an unmanned aircraft (UA), both equipped with remote sensing payloads. The UA will follow the TV at a constant flying height above ground while geodata are acquired simultaneously from the TV and the UA. The final product is high resolution, oriented, calibrated and integrated images of a corridor and its environment. The second objective is to demonstrate services; i.e., the technical/commercial feasibility of the concept. The third objective is to develop the market: at the end of the project, contracts or negotiations shall be in place so the prototype can be used in operational conditions. MapKITE targets corridor mapping.
  25. 25. PARADISE Precise and Robust Navigation enabling Applications in Disturbed Signal Environments • Contract Number: 641629 • Total Cost: 1,157,271 € • EU Contribution: 838,590 € • Project Call: H2020-GALILEO-2014-1 • Start Date: 01/01/2015 • End Date: 30/09/2016 • Duration: 21 months • Coordinator: IFEN GmbH The primary objective of the PARADISE project is to develop a solution that makes survey-grade GNSS-based positioning available in situations where to date GNSS could not be adopted due to prohibitively bad signal conditions, such as indoors, urban canyons, forests etc. The project will focus on the following three applications, with the clear aim to increase the overall efficiency of the work flow of these applications by introducing GNSS based positioning:  Surveying inside and near forests,  Harvesting wood,  Augmented reality of construction works in urban canyons. Thus PARADISE targets the development and demonstration of a GPS/Galileo based navigation and attitude determination system that provides improved accuracy of positioning in a cost efficient way under degraded signal conditions. The receiver will realize the robust and precise positioning and attitude solution by a combination of improved GNSS signal processing together with an adapted and highly performing precise-point-positioning (PPP) algorithm.
  26. 26. MISTRALE Monitoring of Soil moisture and water-flooded areas for agriculture and environment • Contract Number: 641606 • Total Cost: 3,337,858 € • EU Contribution: 2,599,246 € • Project Call: H2020-GALILEO-2014-1 • Start Date: 01/01/2015 • End Date: 31/12/2017 • Duration: 36 months • Coordinator: M3 Systems Belgium The MISTRALE project proposes to address soils moisture management in agriculture as well as wetlands or flooded areas monitoring by using Global Navigation Satellite Systems reflected signals (GNSS-R) as a powerful technology for humidity or flooded mapping. The detection by GNSS-R is known to be much more reliable than visible/NIR imagery, and will be usable even under a cloud cover, during the night and even under vegetation (bushes, grass, trees) when passive remote sensing is not applicable. The main objective is to demonstrate a service chain in different use cases: pilot projects will be carried out in soil humidity mapping for agriculture (optimizing the water resource management), wetlands and flooded areas (risk management, flood-prone areas, damages evaluation). In order to meet the objectives, a GNSS-R receiver embedded into a small RPAS (Remotely Piloted Aircraft System) will be developed and implemented into an operational chain to provide the service. The overarching aim of the MISTRALE project is to reach the commercialisation of a service providing soil moisture maps. To achieve that, MISTRALE will develop and demonstrate a prototype of GNSS Reflectometry (GNSS-R) sensor embedded on a dedicated Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS) platform for measuring soil moisture using the GNSS reflected signature.
  27. 27. COREGAL Combined Positioning-Reflectometry Galileo Code Receiver for Forest Management • Contract Number: 641585 • Total Cost: 1,225,000 € • EU Contribution: 906,270 € • Project Call: H2020-GALILEO-2014-1 • Start Date: 01/01/2015 • End Date: 31/12/2016 • Duration: 24 months • Coordinator: DEIMOS Engenharia The main objective of COREGAL is the development of an innovative Galileo based positioning platform enabling low-cost, high-accuracy and unprecedented use of airborne GNSS- Reflectometry (GNSS-R) for biomass retrieval and related and relevant applications as carbon mapping and land management. The main idea behind the project is to combine different types of data related with biomass, namely Earth Observation (EO) data (e.g. satellite imagery), regional data (e.g. airborne imagery and GNSS-based remote sensing data) and, when available, local data (in situ measurements) to improve current biomass estimation algorithms, with many environmental and social applications as, for example, carbon mapping and forest management. Galileo is a key enabler of the proposed concept, providing accurate positioning and supporting image georeferencing and remote sensing.
  28. 28. Timing/Synchronization
  29. 29. DEMETRA Demonstrator of EGNSS Services based on Time Reference Architecture • Contract Number: 640658 • Total Cost: 4,366,061 € • EU Contribution: 3,506,481 € • Project Call: H2020-GALILEO-2014-1 • Start Date: 01/01/2015 • End Date: 31/12/2016 • Duration: 24 months • Coordinator: Istituto Nazionale di Ricerca Metrologica DEMETRA aims to demonstrate the feasibility of delivering early EGNSS timing services to end users by utilising an operational demonstrator and conducting tests with pilot applications. Based on the current practice of national metrological laboratories, DEMETRA will define and develop a prototype of a European time disseminator, based on EGNSS. An array of important service features that are necessary for a wide variety of users will be added. These will include: high accuracy calibrated time transfer to a monitored and certified remote time stamping. Nine different time services are proposed for demonstration by consortium partners. These will be established at INRIM premises for two validation test campaigns: a closed loop test, aiming to validate the performances and the second test will be with user terminals located in a real user environment, integrated into the user application to test the real advantages and feasibility of the new proposed services.
  30. 30. GNSS Awareness raising and capacity building
  31. 31. E-KnoT E-GNSS Knowledge Triangle • Contract Number: 641529 • Total Cost: 1,674,325 € • EU Contribution: 1,674,325 € • Project Call: H2020-GALILEO-2014-1 • Start Date: 01/01/2015 • End Date: 31/12/2017 • Duration: 36 months • Coordinator: POLITO The scope of the E-KnoT project is to strengthen the interaction between the areas of education-research-industry in Europe, leveraging on past activities already undertaken in this field, in order to consolidate a strong EGNSS knowledge triangle, i.e. a solid network for the creation of a critical mass involving the relevant actors in the three areas with the final objective of supporting the European economy development. The focus of the E-KnoT project will be more on the innovation transfer to industry, the support to the creation of innovative downstream applications and the consolidation of the links and of the initiatives beyond the project duration.
  32. 32. GNSS.asia2 Industrial cooperation across continents • Contract Number: 641615 • Total Cost: 1,153,708 € • EU Contribution: 1,153,708 € • Project Call: H2020-GALILEO-2014-1 • Start Date: 01/01/2015 • End Date: 31/12/2016 • Duration: 24 months • Coordinator: SpaceTec Capital Partners Building on the success of the first phase, the new edition of GNSS.asia, financed under Horizon 2020, will continue to act as an independent catalyst to facilitate industrial GNSS interaction between Europe and Asia-Pacific. The creation of industrial partnerships will be stimulated through a series of new activities, including workshops, industry seminars, thematic events and round tables, both in Asia and in the EU. Above and beyond its geographic reach in India, China, Taiwan, Korea and Japan, GNSS.asia will now also aim to foster industrial cooperation in a wider multi-GNSS territory, which includes Australia and a number of selected countries in South-East Asia. In order to maximise the project’s impact, the consortium works in close collaboration with prominent Asian companies, industry associations and research organisations. The GNSS.asia team will continue to assess market areas of mutual interest, analyse the GNSS landscape in the target economies and provide expert guidance for European companies searching for business opportunities in Asia.
  33. 33. MAGNIFIC Multiplying In Africa European Global Navigation Initiatives Fostering Interlaced Cooperation • Contract Number: 641498 • Total Cost: 2,025,686 € • EU Contribution: 1,416,165 € • Project Call: H2020-GALILEO-2014-1 • Start Date: 01/02/2015 • End Date: 31/01/2017 • Duration: 24 months • Coordinator: Pildo Consulting S.L. MAGNIFIC project has the following main objectives:  To ensure the promotion of an African EGNOS through benefits that spread much beyond Civil Aviation Needs  To ensure the promotion of the Galileo Early services  To support the Awareness and the capacity building in Africa to boost the penetration of the EGNSS applications and services MAGNIFIC will allow African Stakeholders to go faster in the added value services deployment in the geolocalization domain and the deployment of solutions needed by the authorities. MAGNIFIC will also allow to create self-sustainable partnership at research and businesses level between African and European entities. The project will allow GNSS EU Industries to anticipate the African needs, and together with African self-sustainable partners, adapt solutions to these needs, and to ease the access to the African market.
  34. 34. POSITION Polish Support to Innovation and Technology Incubation • Contract Number: 641625 • Total Cost: 312,625 € • EU Contribution: 312,625 € • Project Call: H2020-GALILEO-2014-1 • Start Date: 01/01/2015 • End Date: 31/12/2016 • Duration: 24 months • Coordinator: Black Pearls sp. z o.o. POSITION aims at decisively supporting the GNSS up-take in Poland. Within the project the partners will build an integrated innovation support solution that stimulates the uptake of EGNSS in Poland in a sustainable manner by actively creating a network for the Polish GNSS sector, deepening the market and industrial capacity intelligence and lastly providing business and financing support to start-ups. The overall objectives of POSITION are along 3 dimensions: 1. Support EGNSS breakthrough in Poland through awareness raising, networking and capacity building actions. 2. Foster the commercialisation of EGNSS ideas and the multiplication of EGNSS success stories. 3. Facilitate access to finance for the EGNSS sector through matching existing and future funding schemes with the needs of EGNSS project.
  35. 35. More information: http://www.gsa.europa.eu/category/website-sections/r-d Contact us: RESEARCH@gsa.europa.eu

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