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This yearâ€™s ESA Innovation Prize for the European Satellite Navigation Competition has been awarded to an application that uses satellites to detect river pollution. A separate prize supported by ESA was awarded to a startup company for a pioneering system that uses satellite data to boost investment in farming.
Young engineers and scientists from all over the world will gather this summer in Denmark to study navigation by satellite, devising new scientific and technical improvements, products and services.
The Berlin Air and Space Show, ILA, one of the worldâ€™s largest aerospace trade shows, opens next week.
During a press conference today, Mr Antonio Tajani, European Commission Vice-President for Transport Policy, announced the official start of operations for EGNOS, the European Geostationary Navigation Overlay Service. The EGNOS â€˜Open Serviceâ€™ is now available.
A new system proposes to use satellite navigation to locate the precise position of casualties, and ultimately save lives.
A new tracking system is making use of satellite navigation data to ensure safe roads in Europe.
A recently installed FAA navigation system call
A prototype satellite navigation system accurate enough to direct vision-impaired pedestrians to their destination has recently been successfully demonstrated in Madrid.
A new experience of satellite navigation for the European Space Agency during the 5th stage of the Tour de France between Chambord and Montargis.
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