Deployment of the Galileo Public Regulated Service (PRS) has been ongoing in recent years and the European GNSS Agency (GSA) has been actively contributing to the development of all user segments to ensure the widespread uptake of the service. GSA PRS Service Manager Charles Villie gave participants in the Munich Satellite Navigation Summit on March 7 a status update on the Galileo PRS and outlined plans for the future.
On 29 and 30 May, the EU Cybersecurity Agency ENISA and the European Aviation Safety Agency EASA will host a technical training session on incident response, incident handling and artefacts analysis at ENISA’s headquarters in Athens, Greece.
During the TEN-T Days 2018 in April in Ljubljana the European Commission will provide a marketplace for mobility projects where start-ups can network and pitch their projects.
GNSS is just one component of autonomous driving systems, along with other sensors like inertial navigation systems (INS), odometers, radar, cameras, gyroscopes and others. However it is a critical component providing much needed redundancy, according to participants in the Munich Satellite Navigation Conference on March 6.
ENISA launches this call for participation to invite experts in security of different sections of the transport sector to participate in its expert group.
The agenda items include the first examination of the draft non-paper by the European Commission and the High Representative on the revision of the European Maritime Security Strategy Action Plan.