Horizon 2020 Research & Innovation Programme
H2020-Galileo-2015-1 Call
Project Portfolio
research@gsa.europa.eu
Aviation
SKYOPENER
Establishing new foundations for the use of Remotely-Piloted Aircraft
Systems for civilian applications.
• Contr...
Partners:
1. ViaSat Antenna Systems SA, Switzerland
2. M3 Systems SAS, France
3. SkyGuide, SA Suisse SG, Switzerland
4. Bl...
BLUEGNSS
Promoting EGNSS Operational Adoption in BLUEMED FAB
• Contract Number: 687198
• Total Cost: 2,304,181 €
• Contrib...
Partners:
1 ENAV SPA, Italy
2 Hellenic Civil Aviation Authority, Greece
3 DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL AVIATION CYPRUS, Cyprus
4 Ma...
GNSS interferences
International standards
STRIKE3
Standardisation of GNSS Threat reporting and Receiver testing through
International Knowledge Exchange, Experiment...
Partners:
1. Nottingham Scientific Ltd, UK
2. Totalförsvarets Forskningsinstitut, Sweden
3. Finnish Geodetic Research Inst...
Location Based Services
MOBNET
MOBile NETwork for people's location in natural and man-made
disasters
• Contract Number: 687338
• Total Cost: 1,24...
MOBNET
MOBile NETwork for people's location in natural and man-made
disasters
Partners:
1. ORBITAL SISTEMAS AEROESPACIALES...
Maritime
LOGIMATIC
Tight integration of EGNSS and on-board sensors for port vehicle
automation
• Contract Number: 687534
• Total Co...
Partners:
1. FUNDACIO PRIVADA ASCAMM, Spain
2. Grup Marítim TCB, S.L., Spain
3. DIEVROPAIKI ETAIRIA SYMBOULON METAFORON AN...
Road
INLANE
Low Cost GNSS and Computer Vision Fusion for Accurate Lane
Level Navigation and Enhanced Automatic Map Generation
•...
INLANE
Low Cost GNSS and Computer Vision Fusion for Accurate Lane
Level Navigation and Enhanced Automatic Map Generation
P...
InDrive
Automotive EGNSS Receiver for High Integrity Applications on the Drive
• Contract Number: 687366
• Total Cost: 2,9...
Partners:
1. Istituto Superiore Mario Boella, Italy
2. BASELABS GmbH, Germany
3. Centro Ricerche FIAT, Italy
4. FACIT, Ger...
Rail
STARS
Satellite Technology for Advanced Railway Signalling
• Contract Number: 687414
• Total Cost: 4,458,831 €
• Contribut...
Partners:
1 UNION DES INDUSTRIES FERROVIAIRES EUROPEENNES – UNIFE, Belgium
2 ANSALDO STS S.p.A., Italy
3 INSTITUT FRANCAIS...
RHINOS
Railway High Integrity Navigation Overlay System
• Contract Number: 687399
• Total Cost: 1,676,490 €
• Contribution...
Partners:
1. CONSORZIO UNIVERSITA INDUSTRIA - LABORATORI DI RADIOCOMUNICAZIONI, Italy
2. ANSALDO STS S.p.A., Italy
3. SOGE...
Search and Rescue
©en.wikipedia.org
HELIOS
Second Generation Beacon for GALILEO/EGNOS EGNSS Search
And Rescue applications
• Contract Number: 687554
• Total C...
HELIOS
Second Generation Beacon for GALILEO/EGNOS EGNSS Search
And Rescue applications
Partners:
1. OROLIA SAS, France
2. ...
GRICAS
Galileo MEOSAR RLS Improvement for Better Civil Aviation
Security
• Contract Number: 687556
• Total Cost: 2,783,637...
GRICAS
Galileo MEOSAR RLS Improvement for Better Civil Aviation
Security
Partners:
1. THALES ALENIA SPACE FRANCE, France
2...
Surveying/Mapping
AUDITOR
Advanced Multi-Constellation EGNSS Augmentation and
Monitoring Network and its Application in Precision
• Contract...
Partners:
1. ACORDE TECHNOLOGIES S.A., Spain
2. CENTRE TECNOLOGIC DE TELECOMUNICACIONS DE CATALUNYA, Spain
3. UNIVERSITAT ...
EASY Pv
EGNSS high Accuracy SYstem improving PhotoVoltaic plants
maintenance
• Contract Number: 687409
• Total Cost: 1,284...
EASY Pv
EGNSS high Accuracy SYstem improving PhotoVoltaic
plants maintenance
Partners:
1 Sistematica S. p. A., Italy
2 Uni...
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H2020-Galileo-2015-1 Call

  1. 1. Horizon 2020 Research & Innovation Programme H2020-Galileo-2015-1 Call Project Portfolio research@gsa.europa.eu
  2. 2. Aviation
  3. 3. SKYOPENER Establishing new foundations for the use of Remotely-Piloted Aircraft Systems for civilian applications. • Contract Number: 687352 • Total Cost: 4,171,487 € • Contribution: 1,813,729 € • Project Call: H2020-Galileo-2015-1 • Start Date: 01/05/2016 • End Date: 31/10/2018 • Duration: 30 months • Project officer: Vojtech Fort • Coordinator: ViaSat Antenna Systems SA SKYOPENER will enable the use of RPAS for civilian applications by contributing to the roadmap for the integration of civil RPAS into non- segregated airspace In this context, the use EGNOS and GALILEO is a major opportunity to provide enhanced navigation services in terms of integrity and positioning accuracy. SKYOPENER will develop a system and operational processes that will reduce all categories of risks associated with RPAS and allow an ANSP (Air Navigation Service Provider) to manage Very Low Level (VLL) RPAS operations. The project will also demonstrate two innovative applications: e- TOD (electronic-Terrain Obstacle Database) and Surveillance of critical infrastructure that benefit also from EGNSS (European Global Navigation Satellite System) for measurement geolocation and datation (time synchronization) and that represent major business opportunities.
  4. 4. Partners: 1. ViaSat Antenna Systems SA, Switzerland 2. M3 Systems SAS, France 3. SkyGuide, SA Suisse SG, Switzerland 4. Blyenburgh &Co., France 5. Connectiv-IT, France 6. Universita Degli Studi Di Roma La Sapienza, Italy 7. Unifly, Belgium Objectives: SKYOPENER will provide a system called Remotely Piloted Aircraft System Operation Management System (RPAS-OMS) that enables the Air Navigation Service Provider (ANSP) to manage the full process of Remotely Piloted Aircraft System (RPAS) operations, starting with a flight request generated by the RPAS operator to ensure surveillance during all phases of the RPAS flight. Coordinator: Gontran Roboud Address: PARC SCIENTIFIQUE DE L EPFL, LAUSANNE, 1015, Switzerland E-mail: gontran.reboud@viasat.com Telephone: +41216914062 SKYOPENER Establishing new foundations for the use of Remotely-Piloted Aircraft Systems for civilian applications.
  5. 5. BLUEGNSS Promoting EGNSS Operational Adoption in BLUEMED FAB • Contract Number: 687198 • Total Cost: 2,304,181 € • Contribution: 1,612,926 € • Project Call: H2020-Galileo-2015-1 • Start Date: 01/01/2016 • End Date: 30/06/2018 • Duration: 30 months • Project officer: Katerina Strelcova • Coordinator: ENAV SPA Promoting EGNSS Operational Adoption in BLUEMED FAB, BLUEGNSS proposal aims at promote innovation technologies to maximise the potential of the European GNSS and its adoption. The Consortium, led by ENAV, Italian Air Navigation Service Provider, sees the participation of the other BLUE MED FAB ANSPS partners, such as DCAC – Cyprus, HCAA – Greece, MATS – Malta and is complemented by an industrial partner IDS (Italy) to promote a fully integrated approach. The primary objective of the BLUEGNSS Project is to develop European Global Navigation Satellite System (EGNSS) aeronautical applications in accordance with ICAO standards and in particular to design RNP approaches with all 3 minimas (LPV, LNAV/VNAV, LNAV), in selected airports in order to increase their accessibility and safety.
  6. 6. Partners: 1 ENAV SPA, Italy 2 Hellenic Civil Aviation Authority, Greece 3 DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL AVIATION CYPRUS, Cyprus 4 Malta Air Traffic Services Ltd, Malta 5 I.D.S. - INGEGNERIA DEI SISTEMI - S.P.A., Italy Objectives: Promoting EGNSS Operational Adoption in BLUEMED FAB BLUEGNSS proposal aims at promote innovation technologies to maximise the potential of the European GNSS and its adoption. Coordinator: Paola Di Giovanni Address: Via Salaria 716, Rome 00138, Italy E-mail: paola.digiovanni@enav.it Telephone: +390681662353 BLUEGNSS Promoting EGNSS Operational Adoption in BLUEMED FAB
  7. 7. GNSS interferences International standards
  8. 8. STRIKE3 Standardisation of GNSS Threat reporting and Receiver testing through International Knowledge Exchange, Experimentation and Exploitation • Contract Number: 687329 • Total Cost: 1,315,428 € • Contribution: 1,170,615 € • Project Call: H2020-Galileo-2015-1 • Start Date: 01/02/2016 • End Date: 31/01/2019 • Duration: 36 months • Project officer: Joaquin Reyes • Coordinator: Nottingham Scientific Ltd The STRIKE3 project aims at standardising the systems, processes and interfaces for GNSS interference reporting and receiver testing. The three offerings appeal to different market sectors, thus maximising the opportunity for theSTRIKE3 partners to capitalise on their key skills and interests as well as target different market opportunities within the GNSS community. All three offerings will be compliant with the STRIKE3 standards hence the importance of ensuring the standard is accepted at the international level. 1. GNSS interference detection and reporting systems. This will target GNSS application developers. 2. GNSS interference database. This will target the GNSS research, test and evaluation community. 3. GNSS receiver testing. This service will focus on supplying services to purchasers of GNSS equipment, services and application and shall conduct vulnerability and resilience testing of their existing and proposed systems to ensure robustness against the threat database.
  9. 9. Partners: 1. Nottingham Scientific Ltd, UK 2. Totalförsvarets Forskningsinstitut, Sweden 3. Finnish Geodetic Research Institute, Finland 4. Automotive & Rail Innovation Center, Germany 5. Satellite Applications Catapult Limited, UK 6. GNSS Labs, India 7. ELECTRONICS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS RESEARCH INSTITUTE, Republic of Korea Objectives: The STRIKE3 project aims at standardising the systems, processes and interfaces for GNSS interference reporting and receiver testing. During the course of the project, there are a number of developments which will directly lead to advanced demonstrators and prototypes. Coordinator: Mark Dumville Address: TOTTLE ROAD LOXLEY HOUSE RIVERSIDE BUSINESS PARK, NOTTINGHAM, NG2 1RT, United Kingdom E-mail: mark.dumville@nsl.eu.com Telephone: +441159682060 STRIKE3 Standardisation of GNSS Threat reporting and Receiver testing through International Knowledge Exchange, Experimentation and Exploitation
  10. 10. Location Based Services
  11. 11. MOBNET MOBile NETwork for people's location in natural and man-made disasters • Contract Number: 687338 • Total Cost: 1,242,533 € • Contribution: 986,272 € • Project Call: H2020-Galileo-2015-1 • Start Date: 01/01/2016 • End Date: 28/02/2018 • Duration: 26 months • Project officer: Vojtech Fort • Coordinator: ORBITAL SISTEMAS AEROESPACIALES SL MOBNET will design a Search and Rescue (SAR) system for the location of isolated victims in the case of natural or man-made disasters such as earthquakes, hurricanes or large snow storms. It will also help first responder services to find fugitives or smugglers hidden within buildings. The use of European Global Navigation Satellite (EGNSS) systems (both Galileo early services and EGNOS) and Digital Cellular Technologies (DCT) will play the key role in these situations in which it is difficult, dangerous or even impossible to access the affected areas. An effective and reliable communication link between Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) and the ground station will be designed. This data link will ensure uninterrupted command and control communication among devices and the integrity of communication signals. Thus, the UAVs will always operate as intended. Research will be driven by the end-user and industrial partners to ensure that it addresses the needs of the PPDR services. The developed SAR system will take advantage of the Galileo and EGNOS capabilities and will strengthen the position of European Industry in the field of security services. It will greatly facilitate their missions and the rescue of isolated victims.
  12. 12. MOBNET MOBile NETwork for people's location in natural and man-made disasters Partners: 1. ORBITAL SISTEMAS AEROESPACIALES SL, Spain 2. CENTRO DE ESTUDIOS E INVESTIGACIONES TECNICAS, Spain 3. SZKOLA GLOWNA SLUZBY POZARNICZEJ, Poland 4. Delft Dynamics B.V., Netherlands 5. NavPos Systems GmbH, Germany Objectives: MOBNET will exploit the advantages of EGNOS and Galileo to accurately locate isolated victims of natural disasters. Furthermore, MOBNET could also help other public services as police and boarder police to survey e.g. crossing boundaries of European Union (EU) or find smugglers. Coordinator: Carlos Zubieta Address: POLIGONO MOCHOLI PLAZA CEIN 11, NOAIN NAVARRA, 31110, Spain Email: carlos.zubieta@orbital-aerospace.com Telephone: +34 948 346776
  13. 13. Maritime
  14. 14. LOGIMATIC Tight integration of EGNSS and on-board sensors for port vehicle automation • Contract Number: 687534 • Total Cost: 2,386,925 € • Contribution: 2,002,910 € • Project Call: H2020-Galileo-2015-1 • Start Date: 01/03/2016 • End Date: 28/02/2019 • Duration: 36 months • Project officer: Manuel Lopez-Martinez • Coordinator: Eurecat, Centre Tecnologic de Catalunya LOGIMATIC proposes an ad-hoc advanced location and navigation solution to enable the automation of existing port vehicles with a significantly lower cost which will allow short-medium term investments until the whole port fleet is renewed with totally autonomous vehicles in the long term. The project will develop and demonstrate an innovative location and navigation solution for the automation of the operations of straddle carriers in container terminals with the following objectives: • To develop an advanced automated navigation solution based on the integration of Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) and sensors onboard the SC vehicles. • To implement a GIS-based control module compatible with existing Terminal Operating Systems (TOS) for optimized global (yard level) route planning and fleet management. • To implement security mechanism in order to detect and avoid spoofing and/or jamming attacks • To assess the impact of application of such automated approach at large scale through simulation • To integrate, validate and demonstrate the proposed solution in a real port yard.
  15. 15. Partners: 1. FUNDACIO PRIVADA ASCAMM, Spain 2. Grup Marítim TCB, S.L., Spain 3. DIEVROPAIKI ETAIRIA SYMBOULON METAFORON ANAPTIXIS KAI PLIROFORIKIS AE, Greece 4. ETHNIKO KENTRO EREVNAS KAI TECHNOLOGIKIS ANAPTYXIS, Greece 5. AGENCIA ESTATAL CONSEJO SUPERIOR DE INVESTIGACIONES CIENTIFICAS, Spain 6. D'APPOLONIA SPA, Italy 7. Control Techniques Iberia, SA, Spain 8. ASOCIACION ESPAÑOLA DE NORMALIZACION Y CERTIFICACION, Spain Objectives: LOGIMATIC introduces an ad-hoc advanced location and navigation solution to enable the automation of existing port vehicles with a significantly lower cost which will allow short-medium term investments until the whole port fleet is renewed with totally autonomous vehicles in the long term. Coordinator: Jesús Pablo González Address: AVENIDA UNIVERSITAT AUTONOMA , PARC TECN, CERDANYOLA DEL VALLES, 08290, Spain E-mail: jgonzalez@ascamm.com Telephone: +34935944700 LOGIMATIC Tight integration of EGNSS and on-board sensors for port vehicle automation
  16. 16. Road
  17. 17. INLANE Low Cost GNSS and Computer Vision Fusion for Accurate Lane Level Navigation and Enhanced Automatic Map Generation • Contract Number: 687458 • Total Cost: 3,281,028 € • Contribution: 2,642,935 € • Project Call: H2020-Galileo-2015-1 • Start Date: 01/01/2016 • End Date: 30/06/2018 • Duration: 30 months • Project officer: Alberto Fernandez- Wyttenbach • Coordinator: FUNDACION CENTRO DE TECNOLOGIAS DE INTERACCION VISUAL Y COMUNICACIONES VICOMTECH Delivering lane-level information to an in-vehicle navigation system and combining this with the opportunity for vehicles to exchange information between themselves, will give drivers the opportunity to select the optimal road lane, even in dense traffic in urban and extra-urban areas. Every driver will be able to choose the appropriate lane and will to be able to reduce the risks associate with last-moment lane-change manoeuvres. InLane proposes new generation, low-cost, lane-level, precise turn-by-turn navigation applications through the fusion of EGNSS and Computer Vision technology. This will enable a new generation of enhanced mapping information based on crowdsourcing.
  18. 18. INLANE Low Cost GNSS and Computer Vision Fusion for Accurate Lane Level Navigation and Enhanced Automatic Map Generation Partners: 1. FUNDACION CENTRO DE TECNOLOGIAS DE INTERACCION VISUAL Y COMUNICACIONES VICOMTECH, Spain 2. EUROPEAN ROAD TRANSPORT TELEMATICS IMPLEMENTATION COORDINATION ORGANISATION - INTELLIGENT TRANSPORT SYSTEMS & SERVICES EUROPE, Belgium 3. Honda Research Institute Europe GmbH, Germany 4. INTEL CORPORATION S.A., Belgium 5. TeleConsult Austria GmbH, Austria 6. TOMTOM INTERNATIONAL BV, Netherlands 7. TECHNISCHE UNIVERSITEIT EINDHOVEN, Netherlands 8. AUTOMOBIL CLUB ASSISTENCIA SA, Spain 9. INSTITUT FRANCAIS DES SCIENCES ET TECHNOLOGIES DES TRANSPORTS, DE L'AMENAGEMENT ET DES RESEAUX, France 10. INSTITUT MUNICIPAL D'INFORMATICA DE BARCELONA, Spain Objectives: InLane proposes new generation, low-cost, lane-level, precise turn-by-turn navigation applications through the fusion of EGNSS and Computer Vision technology. This will enable a new generation of enhanced mapping information based on crowdsourcing. Coordinator: Oihana Otaegui Address: Paseo Mikeletegi Parque tecnologico de Miramon 57, Donostia San Sebastian, 20009, Spain Email: ootaegui@vicomtech.org Telephone: +34943309230
  19. 19. InDrive Automotive EGNSS Receiver for High Integrity Applications on the Drive • Contract Number: 687366 • Total Cost: 2,921,125 € • Contribution: 2,435,312 € • Project Call: H2020-Galileo-2015-1 • Start Date: 01/01/2016 • End Date: 31/12/2017 • Duration: 24 months • Project officer: Alberto Fernandez- Wyttenbach • Coordinator: ISTITUTO SUPERIORE MARIO BOELLA SULLE TECNOLOGIE DELL'INFORMAZIONE E DELLE TELECOMUNICAZIONI The main objective of this project is to develop and to demonstrate innovative close-to-market applications, which are heavily relying on accurate and high integrity satellite navigation. To achieve the full potential of advanced satellite positioning, an integrated solution starting from low-level signal processing to high-level data fusion will be proposed to get a continuous probabilistic positioning of high integrity. InDRIVE will demonstrate the future use of mass-market GNSS, targeting automotive applications with high demands for integrity by creating a framework that specifies the requirements for data acquisition, signal tracking and data fusion in order to guarantee the proper handling of positioning data. This approach introduces an innovative integrity framework, allowing the applications to comply with their specified false alarm rates. InDRIVE will target several applications in the area of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) and future Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) based on different positioning requirements. Both connected and non connected vehicles will be considered.
  20. 20. Partners: 1. Istituto Superiore Mario Boella, Italy 2. BASELABS GmbH, Germany 3. Centro Ricerche FIAT, Italy 4. FACIT, Germany 5. Infotech, Turkey 6. Magneti Marelli, Italy 7. Technische Universitaet Chemnitz, Germany Objectives: The main objective of InDrive project is to develop and demonstrate innovative close-to-market applications, which are heavily relying on accurate and high integrity satellite navigation. To achieve the full potential of advanced satellite positioning, an integrated solution starting from low-level signal processing to high-level data fusion will be proposed to get a continuous probabilistic positioning of high integrity. Coordinator: Riccardo Scopigno Address: Via Pier Carlo Boggio 51, Torino, 10138, Italy E-mail: scopigno@ismb.it Telephone: +39 392 0505287 InDrive Automotive EGNSS Receiver for High Integrity Applications on the Drive
  21. 21. Rail
  22. 22. STARS Satellite Technology for Advanced Railway Signalling • Contract Number: 687414 • Total Cost: 4,458,831 € • Contribution: 3,255,484 € • Project Call: H2020-Galileo-2015-1 • Start Date: 01/02/2016 • End Date: 31/01/2018 • Duration: 24 months • Project officer: Daniel Lopour • Coordinator: UNION DES INDUSTRIES FERROVIAIRES EUROPEENNES - UNIFE The aim of STARS project is to develop a universal approach to predict the achievable GNSS performance in a railway environment, especially for safety critical applications within ERTMS (The European Railway Traffic Management System). The result will allow the railway companies to guarantee the interoperability between the equipment provided by different GNSS suppliers. This shall make it possible to include GNSS into ERTMS, while maintaining both the safety of the system and the interoperability to fill the technology gaps in order to reach a cost-efficient satellite-based ERTMS. As a result of the project it shall be possible to predict performance of GNSS in the railway environment in regards to accuracy, availability and safety. This shall be possible for specific locations or sections along railway lines, and based on using a receiver compliant with the guidelines as defined in the NGTC project.
  23. 23. Partners: 1 UNION DES INDUSTRIES FERROVIAIRES EUROPEENNES – UNIFE, Belgium 2 ANSALDO STS S.p.A., Italy 3 INSTITUT FRANCAIS DES SCIENCES ET TECHNOLOGIES DES TRANSPORTS, DE L'AMENAGEMENT ET DES RESEAUX, France 4 CONSORZIO UNIVERSITA INDUSTRIA - LABORATORI DI RADIOCOMUNICAZION, Italy 5 THALES ALENIA SPACE FRANCE ,France 6 TELESPAZIO SPA, Italy 7 UNIVERSITA COMMERCIALE LUIGI BOCCONI, Italy 8 SIEMENS AKTIENGESELLSCHAFT, Germany 9 BOMBARDIER TRANSPORTATION SWEDEN AB, Sweden 10 AZD PRAHA SRO, Czech Republic 11 ZAPADOCESKA UNIVERZITA V PLZNI, Czech Republic 12 Construcciones y Auxiliar de Ferrocarriles Investigación y Desarrollo, S.L., Spain 13 ALSTOM BELGIUM SA, Belgium 14 INGENIERIA Y ECONOMIA DEL TRANSPORTE S.A., Spain 15 THALES TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS GMBH, Germany 16 D'APPOLONIA SPA, Italy 17 TECHNISCHE UNIVERSITAT BRAUNSCHWEIG, Germany Objectives: The aim of STARS project is to develop a universal approach to predict the achievable GNSS performance in a railway environment, especially for safety critical applications within ERTMS (The European Railway Traffic Management System). Coordinator: Peter Gurnik Address: Avenue Louise 221 - bte11, Bruxelles, 1050, Belgium E-mail: peter.gurnik@unife.org Telephone: +32 2 431 04 61 STARS Satellite Technology for Advanced Railway Signalling
  24. 24. RHINOS Railway High Integrity Navigation Overlay System • Contract Number: 687399 • Total Cost: 1,676,490 € • Contribution: 1,523,024 € • Project Call: H2020-Galileo-2015-1 • Start Date: 01/01/2016 • End Date: 30/06/2017 • Duration: 18 months • Project officer: Daniel Lopour • Coordinator: CONSORZIO UNIVERSITA INDUSTRIA -LABORATORI DI RADIOCOMUNICAZIONI RHINOS aims at increasing the use of EGNSS to support the safety-critical train localization function for train control in emerging regional and global markets. RHINOS adds value to EGNSS by leveraging the results from prior or existing projects, and develops a Railway High Integrity Navigation Overlay System to be used by the rail community. RHINOS pillar is the GNSS infrastructure realized for the aviation application with additional layers that meet the rail requirements in the difficult railway environments. RHINOS will feature an international cooperation with the Stanford University that has been involved in the aviation application since the birth of the GPS, gaining an undeniable knowledge of the GNSS performance and high-integrity applications.
  25. 25. Partners: 1. CONSORZIO UNIVERSITA INDUSTRIA - LABORATORI DI RADIOCOMUNICAZIONI, Italy 2. ANSALDO STS S.p.A., Italy 3. SOGEI-SOCIETA GENERALE D'INFORMATICA SPA, Italy 4. THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE LELAND STANFORD JUNIOR UNIVERSITY, United States 5. THE UNIVERSITY OF NOTTINGHAM, United Kingdom 6. UNIVERZITA PARDUBICE, Czech Republic 7. DEUTSCHES ZENTRUM FUER LUFT - UND RAUMFAHRT EV, Germany Objectives: RHINOS aims at increasing the use of EGNSS to support the safety-critical train localization function for train control in emerging regional and global markets. Coordinator: Alessandro Neri Address: Corso Italia 19, Roma, 00198, Italy E-mail: presidenza@radiolabs.it Telephone: +393666690748 RHINOS Railway High Integrity Navigation Overlay System
  26. 26. Search and Rescue ©en.wikipedia.org
  27. 27. HELIOS Second Generation Beacon for GALILEO/EGNOS EGNSS Search And Rescue applications • Contract Number: 687554 • Total Cost: 4,869,656 € • Contribution: 3,471,628 € • Project Call: H2020-Galileo-2015-1 • Start Date: 01/03/2016 • End Date: 30/04/2019 • Duration: 38 months • Project officer: Carmen Aguilera • Coordinator: OROLIA SAS The HELIOS project aims at providing a Second Generation range of Beacons (SGB) and associated antennas designed to operate with the full capability of the new Meosar Cospas/Sarsat (C/S) International Programme, embedded in the Navigation Satellite Systems as GALILEO. This system improves significantly the performance of localization introducing new capabilities and new operations impossible before will contribute to save more lives at sea and on land. The key objectives of the HELIOS project are: 1 Defining, developing Products (beacons and associated antennas) compatible with EGNSS & SAR services and latest end-users’ requirements. 2 GALILEO EGNSS & SAR System validation. 3 Certifications for commercialization. Gathering the knowledge of major players recognized in their industry worldwide, the HELIOS partners project will give the vehicle to the European Industry to lead the way for safer, more innovative systems responding to current and evolving market problems.
  28. 28. HELIOS Second Generation Beacon for GALILEO/EGNOS EGNSS Search And Rescue applications Partners: 1. OROLIA SAS, France 2. Chelton Antennas, France 3. CENTRE NATIONAL D'ETUDES SPATIALES – CNES, France 4. SIOEN NV, Belgium 5. AIR FRANCE, France 6. AIRBUS OPERATIONS GMBH, Germany Objectives: The HELIOS project aims at providing a Second Generation range of Beacons (SGB) and associated antennas designed to operate with the full capability of the new Meosar Cospas/Sarsat (C/S) International Programme (a satellite-based Search And Rescue (SAR) distress alert detection and information distribution system), embedded in the Navigation Satellite Systems as GALILEO. Coordinator: Alain Bouhet Address: Village du hirgoat zi des cinq DU HIRGOAT ZI DES CINQ26, Guidel, 56520, France E-mail: alain.bouhet@orolia.com Telephone: +33 297024917
  29. 29. GRICAS Galileo MEOSAR RLS Improvement for Better Civil Aviation Security • Contract Number: 687556 • Total Cost: 2,783,637 € • Contribution: 2,046,984 € • Project Call: H2020-Galileo-2015-1 • Start Date: 01/01/2016 • End Date: 30/09/2017 • Duration: 21 months • Project officer: Carmen Aguilera • Coordinator: THALES ALENIA SPACE FRANCE Recent drama in civil aviation leading to losses of several aircrafts have shown an incapacity of quickly dispatching rescue means for potential survivals, and a surprising incapacity of determining the position of the aircrafts wreck, generating major researches expenses. GRICAS proposes to develop a safety concept based on an innovative use of Galileo SAR service for a maximum rescue effectiveness. It includes the development of NG Beacons, innovative MEOLUT that optimizes the position accuracy even for high dynamic beacons, a new RLS employment concept, and associated In-flight beacon activations triggers when detecting abnormal flight situations. Based on key regulation S&R players within the consortium (CNES, BEA, DGAC), GRICAS is a unique opportunity to bring to the fore one of the essential Galileo differentiator compared to other GNSS, decisively contributing to the aviation safety. With the innovations developed in GRICAS, Galileo will get a recognized service differentiator for the European Citizen Safety in aircrafts.
  30. 30. GRICAS Galileo MEOSAR RLS Improvement for Better Civil Aviation Security Partners: 1. THALES ALENIA SPACE FRANCE, France 2. ELTA, France 3. PILDO CONSULTING SL, Spain 4. CENTRE NATIONAL D'ETUDES SPATIALES – CNES, France 5. AGENCE POUR LA SECURITE DE LA NAVIGATION AERIENNE EN AFRIQUE ET A MADAGASCAR, Senegal 6. AVIONS DE TRANSPORT REGIONAL, France 7. STMICROELECTRONICS SRL, Italy 8. AERO CLUB BARCELONA SABADELL, Spain Objectives: GRICAS proposes to develop an integrated aeronautical solution aiming at reinforcing the civil aviation safety. The system relies on an innovative use of the full potentialities of Galileo SAR service. The overall solution comprises 3 products on which specific business plans can be built Coordinator: Fabrice Rialet Address: Avenue Jean-François Champollion 26, Toulouse, 31100, France E-mail: fabrice.rialet@thalesaleniaspace.com Telephone: +33534353858
  31. 31. Surveying/Mapping
  32. 32. AUDITOR Advanced Multi-Constellation EGNSS Augmentation and Monitoring Network and its Application in Precision • Contract Number: 687367 • Total Cost: 1,157,736 € • Contribution: 996,373 € • Project Call: H2020-Galileo-2015-1 • Start Date: 01/01/2016 • End Date: 31/12/2017 • Duration: 24 months • Project officer: Alina Hriscu • Company’s Legal name: ACORDE TECHNOLOGIES S.A The goal of AUDITOR is the implementation of novel precise-positioning techniques based on augmentation data in custom GNSS receivers to improve the performance of current augmentation services and reducing costs. These techniques are already patented by the consortium and proven to offer better accuracy with faster convergence times than solutions commercially available. More sophisticated atmospheric models will be implemented to provide better corrections of ionospheric errors and further increase accuracy. These new receivers will enable cost-effective precision agriculture services to farmers, especially those with small and medium-sized businesses in areas of Europe. The form factor and capabilities of the resulting receiver will be comparable to those of existing professional receivers in the market, while retaining all the advantages of software receivers: modularity, scalability, upgradability, and flexibility.
  33. 33. Partners: 1. ACORDE TECHNOLOGIES S.A., Spain 2. CENTRE TECNOLOGIC DE TELECOMUNICACIONS DE CATALUNYA, Spain 3. UNIVERSITAT POLITECNICA DE CATALUNYA, Spain 4. TECHNISCHE UNIVERSITAET MUENCHEN, Germany 5. ALPHA CONSULTANTS S.R.L. , Italy 6. DRAXIS ENVIRONMENTAL S.A., Greece 7. STICHTING DIENST LANDBOUWKUNDIG ONDERZOEK, Netherlands Objectives: The goal of AUDITOR is the implementation of novel precise-positioning techniques based on augmentation data in custom GNSS receivers to improve the performance of current augmentation services and reducing costs. Coordinator: Esther Lopez Address: PCTCAN, Albert Einstein 6, SANTANDER, 3901, Spain E-mail: esther.lopez@acorde.com Telephone: +34942764400 AUDITOR Advanced Multi-Constellation EGNSS Augmentation and Monitoring Network and its Application in Precision
  34. 34. EASY Pv EGNSS high Accuracy SYstem improving PhotoVoltaic plants maintenance • Contract Number: 687409 • Total Cost: 1,284,068 € • Contribution: 935,973 € • Project Call: H2020-Galileo-2015-1 • Start Date: 01/02/2016 • End Date: 31/01/2018 • Duration: 24 months • Project officer: Omar Valdes • Coordinator: SISTEMATICA SPA The purpose of the EASY PV (EGNSS high Accuracy SYstem improving PhotoVoltaic plants maintenance) project is to provide a time and cost effective service as direct response to the growing need expressed by several maintainers and PV field owners to enhance the energy production of their plants. The added value provided by the employment of GNSS high accuracy solutions as novelty in the RPAS domain is the key driver for the EASY PV turnkey solution. EASY PV solution is conceived to build up an automatic system for acquiring, georeferencing and processing both visible and thermal images captured by an RPAS equipped with a Galileo/EGNOS high accuracy receiver, flying over a photovoltaic field. In this way it is possible to easily (i.e. automatically, with safety improvement for operators and saving time) detect the defective module to be replaced.
  35. 35. EASY Pv EGNSS high Accuracy SYstem improving PhotoVoltaic plants maintenance Partners: 1 Sistematica S. p. A., Italy 2 University of Aalborg, Denmark 3 Topview s.r.l., Italy 4 ENTEC S. p. A., Italy 5 DeepBlue, Italy 6 Alpha Consultants (UK) Ltd, United Kingdom Objectives: The purpose of the EASY PV (EGNSS high Accuracy SYstem improving PhotoVoltaic plants maintenance) project is to provide a time and cost effective service as direct response to the growing need expressed by several maintainers and PV field owners to enhance the energy production of their plants Coordinator: Marco Nisi Address: Via Donato Bramante 43, Terni, 05100, Italy Email: marco.nisi@grupposistematica.it Telephone: +39074461221
  36. 36. More information: http://www.gsa.europa.eu/search-projects Contact us: RESEARCH@gsa.europa.eu www.linkedin.com/company/european-gnss-agency @EU_GNSS www.facebook.com/EuropeanGnssAgency

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