Facilitating industrial cooperation on GNSS across continents
GNSS.asia has the objective to develop and implement industrial cooperation between the GNSS industries of Europe and Asia-Pacific. Register your company for support now!
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Successful Space Week in Helsinki
06 / 11 / 2019
Four new Galileo satellites in service
GNSS.asia supports cooperation between the GNSS industries in Europe and Asia-Pacific, and also promotes adoption of Galileo/EGNOS in the region.
Leverage industrial cooperation across continents
GNSS.asia aims to stimulate the creation of industrial partnerships through industrial matchmaking and a series of activities, including workshops, industry seminars, thematic events and round tables.
Support institutional relations
Via a network of local institutional partners, GNSS.asia can support EU and Asia-Pacific institutions to drive their international industrial cooperation and to work together on standardisation and complementary legislative actions.
Drive EGNSS adoption
GNSS.asia promotes the benefits of Galileo and EGNOS in the multi-GNSS environments of Asia-Pacific.
GNSS.asia, financed under Horizon 2020, the EU's Framework Programme for Research and Innovation, has the objective to develop and implement GNSS industrial cooperation activities between the GNSS industry in Europe and Asia-Pacific, focusing on the downstream sector (applications and receivers). As Galileo is in the operational preparation stage and the global application services are already been tested, the GNSS industry cooperation is becoming more and more important in the international context. In order to further promote the industrial cooperation between the EU and the Asia Pacific region, GNSS.asia fosters industrial partnerships through a series of activities, including workshops, industry seminars, thematic events and round tables, both in Asia and in the EU.
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