3 GNSS market report issue 3: the most up-to-date global overview of GNSS market SECTORS COVERED:LBSAviationRoad transportMaritimeRailSurveyingAgriculture
4 1 billion GNSS devices by 2020 in Europe 1 billion GNSS devices by 2020 in Europe. LBS and Road leading in revenues…27 Jun
5 ? … and GNSS is a main driver for innovative applications Just few examples:Connected vehiclesLocation based paymentsNew supply chain monitoring concepts?What’s next? New markets, new applications?2009: GNSS becomes a standard feature of smartphones all over the worldIn the mean time… the EU policy is already creating new markets: eCall (estimation of 120 millions light vehicles equipped by 2025) and Digital Tacograph on all trucks2005: TomTom creates the PND category1999: Garmin launches e-trex, first affordable GPS
6 But what GNSS? Multi-constellation is already happening SBAS (eg EGNOS) capability is commonplace in today’s receiversExtra accuracy when you need it – at no costLevel of confidence of GPS signalIn the near future, multi-constellation (e.g. GPS/Galileo/Glonass) will be the baseline some systems will deliver multiple frequenciesMuch improved robustness and performance for users
7 Europe’s contribution to satellite navigation GalileoWorldwide navigation system “made in EU”Fully compatible with GPS*Early services starting from 2014Open service free of charge and delivering dual frequencies (better performances)EGNOSAugmentation system of GPSImproves GPS performanceEuropean coverage (but under extension in other regions, e.g. North Africa)Available NOW, free of charge and widely available in automotive receiversThe European satellite radio-navigation policy is presently implemented through the EGNOS and Galileo programmes.‘It’s there, use it’‘It’s there, use it’*GPS: Global Positioning SystemThe European GNSS Programmes
8 The European GNSS Programmes Galileo has already taken-off4 operational satellites have been launched, as 12 October 2012 (in addition to the 2 test satellites launched in 2005/2008)All industrial contracts necessary have been signed to ensure up to 26 satellitesEarly Galileo Operational Services will start in 2014The European satellite radio-navigation policy is presently implemented through the EGNOS and Galileo programmes.6 April, 2017The European GNSS Programmes
9 12th March 2013: Galileo starts transmitting the navigation signal… ESTECSATELLITE FLIGHT DIRECTIONDECREASING POSITION QUALITYThe first 4 satellites start transmitting the navigation message: it is then possible to compute the position.Zenith View @ ESTEC (GNOR Station)
10 …the same day, all over the world the first “position fix” with Galileo is computed Source: European Space AgencySource: NavSAS - Politecnico di TorinoThe first positions computed with Galileo confirms the excellent expected performances, at the state-of-the art in satellite navigation.The satellites also transmit a time reference of atomic standard.
11 Leverage EGNOS & Galileo Early Services in each market segment Mass MarketIntelligent Transport SystemsAviationMaritimeRailProfessionalGovernmentalServiceEGNOSOpen ServiceSafety of LifeGALILEOOpen ServiceAuthenticationHigh PrecisionPublic Regulated ServiceSearch and RescueOperationaltodayEarlyServicesUser Test / Service Demo
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