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1 23rd January 2013 Page 1 SUCCESS Proprietary FP6 and FP7 Regulated and Marketable Applications EC Premises, Brussels, Belgium 23/01/2013

2 23rd January 2013 Page 2 SUCCESS Proprietary FP6 and FP7 Regulated and Marketable Applications Objective and Methodology

3 23rd January 2013 Page 3 SUCCESS Proprietary FP6 and FP7 Regulated and Marketable Applications Coord. with GSA A two-steps methodology allowed to identify key opportunities by country Exportable GNSS based applications Interview program in selected countries Opportunities and Actions EU Initiatives/ Projects Projects Pre- Selection Process Questionnaires to industry players Objective : To support the definition of an EU Industrial Policy in GNSS in neighboring countries Desk research on national initiatives Task 2 Task 1

4 23rd January 2013 Page 4 SUCCESS Proprietary FP6 and FP7 Regulated and Marketable Applications Situation of GNSS Adoption in EU Neighboring Countries

5 23rd January 2013 Page 5 SUCCESS Proprietary FP6 and FP7 Regulated and Marketable Applications 9 domains were analysed in 17 countries ENPI EAST/ WEST BALKANS ENPI SOUTH AlbaniaAlgeria Bosnia- Herzegovina Egypt KosovoIsrael MacedoniaJordan MoldovaLebanon SerbiaMorocco UkrainePalestine OTHER COUNTRIES Tunisia Croatia Turkey AviationRailRoadMaritime Emergency Management GIS/ Mapping Health Scientific Applications (Geodesy and Timing) Others (Environment and Engineering) REGULATED TRANSPORT REGULATED NON - TRANSPORT 4 17 5

6 23rd January 2013 Page 6 SUCCESS Proprietary FP6 and FP7 Regulated and Marketable Applications The analysis involved both desk research and interviews to key players Emails sent Phone calls Experts/ industry players Interviewed C. 600 C. 400 34 Filled questionnaires ENPI East and West Balkans ENPI South 28 General Non-transport Transport Experts/ University Professors Public institutions Private companies Other countries More than 100 secondary sources considered in different languages (mainly English, French, Arabic, Russian)

7 23rd January 2013 Page 7 SUCCESS Proprietary FP6 and FP7 Regulated and Marketable Applications The strong interest demonstrated can be capitalised by EU companies Interest and expectations These technologies are seen as potential boosts for internal growth There is interest for new EU applications in all domains Positive outcomes from the entrance of EU in the SBAS/ GNSS industry are expected Aviation and GIS/ Mapping are top priority domains Emergency and scientific domains are underdeveloped and show good potential In Maritime and in Road potential niches can be exploited There is a general need of communication and awareness (esp. in ENPI South countries) and of demonstration actions (in most of the countries) GNSS development GNSS development differs by country … Most of ENPI East/ West Balkans and other countries are involved in projects/ initiatives linked to satellite technologies On the contrary, few ENPI South countries invest in it (with main initiatives linked to European projects) … and by domain: Transport domains (mainly Aviation) and GIS/ Mapping are the most developed Emergency and Scientific Applications have good potential Main conclusions

8 23rd January 2013 Page 8 SUCCESS Proprietary FP6 and FP7 Regulated and Marketable Applications Aviation and GIS/ Mapping were considered the most important domains ENPI EAST/ WEST BALKANS AND OTHER COUNTRIES ENPI SOUTH COUNTRIES

9 23rd January 2013 Page 9 SUCCESS Proprietary FP6 and FP7 Regulated and Marketable Applications ENPI EAST/ WEST BALKANS AND OTHER COUNTRIES ENPI SOUTH COUNTRIES Ukraine, Turkey, Croatia, Egypt and Israel appear the most interesting countries 45 UkraineTurkeyCroatiaSerbiaMacedoniaMoldova Bosnia Herzegovina KosovoAlbania First level of priority Second level of priority First level of prioritySecond level of priority

10 23rd January 2013 Page 10 SUCCESS Proprietary FP6 and FP7 Regulated and Marketable Applications A more in-depth view provides a diversified picture by country … ENPI EAST/ WEST BALKANS AND OTHER COUNTRIES ENPI SOUTH COUNTRIES 45 Ukraine (Aviation, GIS/ Mapping, Scientific, Maritime) Turkey (Aviation GIS/ Mapping, Maritime) Croatia (Aviation, GIS/ Mapping, Scientific) Serbia (Aviation, GIS/ Mapping, Rail) Macedonia (Aviation, GIS/ Mapping, Emergency) Moldova (Aviation GIS/ Mapping, Emergency) Bosnia Herzegovina (Aviation, Road, GIS/ Mapping) Kosovo (Aviation, GIS/ Mapping, Scientific) Albania (Aviation, Road and Emergency) First level of priority Second level of priority First level of prioritySecond level of priority

11 23rd January 2013 Page 11 SUCCESS Proprietary FP6 and FP7 Regulated and Marketable Applications... Therefore, in the following slides, each country is presented in more detail Level of priority (red) GNSS development (green) Domain prioritizationMain needs in the domain Actions by domain Need of communication and awareness Demonstration actions Analysed country Domains GeographyCountries’ priority

12 23rd January 2013 Page 12 SUCCESS Proprietary FP6 and FP7 Regulated and Marketable Applications Ukraine  Possible demonstration actions: Demonstration actions on EGNOS benefits in the selected areas  Need of communication and awareness: Improvement of knowledge on these issues Seminaries, courses and training aimed at clarifying EGNOS benefits Increase of safety, capacity and efficiency in aviation Improvement in GIS/ Mapping system Improvement in timing Enhancement of accuracy and improvement in safety in maritime HIGHLOW New projects/ applications and implementation of procedures and of a navigation system for all flight phases Improvement of precision positioning data in cartography and land management Development of applications linked to timing Introduction of applications linked to accuracy for coastal Improvement in dangerous good transportation Level of priority GNSS Development AVIATION GIS/ MAPPING SCIENTIFIC APPLICATIONS MARITIME EMERGENCY ROAD RAIL HEALTH 1 2 3 4 1st priority countryENPI East/ West Balkans

13 23rd January 2013 Page 13 SUCCESS Proprietary FP6 and FP7 Regulated and Marketable Applications Turkey  Possible demonstration actions: Turkstat has been applying for participating in EU EGNOS/GALILEO project, but it is still waiting for the ESEI (Enhanced strengthening European integration) from EC to discuss the project details Possible demonstration actions required are focused on applications in aviation, rail and emergency management and related benefits.  Need of communication and awareness: Organization of seminaries, courses and training, although a good level of awareness has been reached Aviation improvements in reliability and safety 1 Improvement in maritime system 2 3 Improvement in GIS/ Mapping HIGHLOW New projects/ applications and demonstration actions on EGNOS benefits Improvement of maritime safety and efficiency Improvements in solutions linked to GIS/ location based services Level of priority GNSS Development AVIATION MARITIME GIS/ MAPPING EMERGENCY SCIENTIFIC APPL ROAD RAIL HEALTH 1st priority countryOther countries

14 23rd January 2013 Page 14 SUCCESS Proprietary FP6 and FP7 Regulated and Marketable Applications Croatia  Possible demonstration actions: Demonstration actions on benefits Demonstration actions to provide a much needed assistance to raising the awareness of GNSS and establishing the GNSS market in Croatia  Need of communication and awareness: Organization of seminaries, courses and training Aviation procedures implementation 1 Improvement in GIS/ Mapping 2 3 Focus on environment HIGHLOW New projects/ applications and demonstration actions on EGNOS benefits Improvements in solutions linked to management and precision farming Improvements in solutions linked to environment protection Level of priority GNSS Development AVIATION GIS/ MAPPING SCIENTIFIC ROAD RAIL EMERGENCY MARITIME OTHERS 1st priority countryOther countries

15 23rd January 2013 Page 15 SUCCESS Proprietary FP6 and FP7 Regulated and Marketable Applications Egypt  Possible demonstration actions: Demonstration actions on EGNOS benefits, mainly on safety  Need of communication and awareness: There is a need for communication and development of awareness, mainly in terms of benefits of EGNOS/ Galileo Improvements in safety 1 Improvements in safety and freight transport 2 3 Improvements in safety and and traffic control HIGHLOW New projects/ applications and demonstration actions on EGNOS benefits Promotion and development of solutions linked to these issues Promotion and development of solutions linked to traffic management Level of priority GNSS Development AVIATION MARITIME ROAD RAIL EMERGENCY HEALTH GIS/ MAPPING 1st priority countryENPI South

16 23rd January 2013 Page 16 SUCCESS Proprietary FP6 and FP7 Regulated and Marketable Applications Israel  Possible demonstration actions: Demonstration actions on EGNOS benefits, mainly on aviation procedures Aviation procedures implementation and improvements in traffic managements 1 Improvements in safety and and traffic control 2 3 Improvements in GIS/ Mapping HIGHLOW New projects/ applications and demonstration actions on EGNOS benefits Promotion and development of solution linked to traffic management Improvements in solutions linked to accuracy Level of priority GNSS Development AVIATION ROAD GIS/ MAPPING MARITIME EMERGENCY HEALTH RAIL  Need of communication and awareness: The need for communication In Israel is not high. An important awareness campaign was done through METIS project and GIUS-1/ 2 calls Anyway seminars, symposiums and presentations to stakeholders can be very effective in speeding and increasing GNSS awareness within the country 1st priority countryENPI South

17 23rd January 2013 Page 17 SUCCESS Proprietary FP6 and FP7 Regulated and Marketable Applications Serbia  Possible demonstration actions: Case studies/ concrete trials made available through internet Idea competitions in schools and universities; Demonstration actions on technology benefits Aviation improvements in navigation, surveillance and timing 1 Improvements in GIS/ Mapping 2 3 Improvements in rail safety HIGHLOW New projects/ applications and demonstration actions on EGNOS benefits Improvements in solution linked to spatial data collection system Improvements in solutions linked to position of train and traffic monitoring Level of priority GNSS Development AVIATION GIS/ MAPPING RAIL EMERGENCY SCIENTIFIC MARITIME ROAD  Need of communication and awareness: Communication and awareness actions are considered important There is insufficient information on possibilities and available resources in this field Information on the Internet and case studies of existing and planned application could help raise awareness ENPI East/ West Balkans2nd priority country

18 23rd January 2013 Page 18 SUCCESS Proprietary FP6 and FP7 Regulated and Marketable Applications Macedonia  Possible demonstration actions: Web site creation Information bulletin diffusion Workshops “Know-how” transfer Aviation improvements in efficiency and safety 1 Improvements in GIS/ Mapping 2 3 Improvements in emergency management HIGHLOW New projects/ applications and demonstration actions on EGNOS benefits Improvements in solutions linked to spatial data collection system Introduction of solutions linked to emergency situations Level of priority GNSS Development AVIATION GIS/ MAPPING EMERGENCY ROAD RAIL OTHERS SCIENTIFIC  Need of communication and awareness: Communication on key added values would support penetration Stakeholders should be informed in terms of benefits and negative implications as well The communication campaign should be not mass-market, but tailored to the specific needs of different stakeholders ENPI East/ West Balkans2nd priority country

19 23rd January 2013 Page 19 SUCCESS Proprietary FP6 and FP7 Regulated and Marketable Applications Moldova  Possible demonstration actions: The demonstration actions should be done to widespread through the country the benefits of EGNOS, and more in general to initiate a know-how transfer process Aviation procedures implementation and improvements in safety 1 Improvements in GIS/ Mapping 2 3 Improvements in emergency management HIGHLOW New projects/ applications and demonstration actions on EGNOS benefits Improvements in solutions linked to spatial data collection system Introduction of solutions linked to emergency situations Level of priority GNSS Development AVIATION GIS/ MAPPING EMERGENCY RAIL OTHERS HEALTH ROAD  Need of communication and awareness: Communication and awareness should be tailored at “general” issues also via seminars and conferences in the whole country aimed at improving knowledge ENPI East/ West Balkans2nd priority country

20 23rd January 2013 Page 20 SUCCESS Proprietary FP6 and FP7 Regulated and Marketable Applications Bosnia-Herzegovina  Possible demonstration actions: Demonstration actions on benefits and support in establishing a GNSS system Aviation improvements in safety, efficiency and accuracy 1 Improvements in GIS/ Mapping 2 3 Modernization and improvement in traffic security and control HIGHLOW New projects/ applications and demonstration actions on EGNOS benefits Improvements in solutions linked to spatial data collection system Introduction of solutions linked to security, real time management and control of public transportation Level of priority GNSS Development AVIATION GIS/ MAPPING ROAD RAIL MARITIME EMERGENCY SCIENTIFIC  Need of communication and awareness: Specific communication in terms of benefits linked to GNSS/ SBAS adoption ENPI East/ West Balkans2nd priority country

21 23rd January 2013 Page 21 SUCCESS Proprietary FP6 and FP7 Regulated and Marketable Applications Kosovo  Possible demonstration actions: Demonstration actions on benefits Assessment of EGNOS coverage in the country Aviation procedures implementation 1 Improvements in GIS/ Mapping 2 3 High quality of data collection and reliability in technology HIGHLOW New projects/ applications and demonstration actions on EGNOS benefits Level of priority GNSS Development AVIATION GIS/ MAPPING SCIENTIFIC RAIL EMERGENCY HEALTH ROAD  Need of communication and awareness: Some training courses have been organized for KCA employees Anyway this is only a starting point to fill the gap of a need of communication and awareness developed in the whole country Improvements in solutions linked to spatial data collection system ENPI East/ West Balkans2nd priority country

22 23rd January 2013 Page 22 SUCCESS Proprietary FP6 and FP7 Regulated and Marketable Applications Albania  Possible demonstration actions: Demonstration actions on benefits and support in establishing a GNSS system Improvement of GPS system brought by E- GNSS Aviation improvements in safety 1 Road traffic monitoring and freight 2 3 HIGHLOW New projects/ applications and demonstration actions on EGNOS benefits Level of priority GNSS Development AVIATION ROAD EMERGENCY MARITIME SCIENTIFIC RAIL GIS/ MAPPING  Need of communication and awareness: Improvement of knowledge on these issues Seminaries, courses and training aimed at creating expertise Creation of an institutional body focused on these issues Improvements in solutions linked to car accidents and traffic monitoring Improvements in emergency management Introduction of solutions linked to emergency situations ENPI East/ West Balkans2nd priority country

23 23rd January 2013 Page 23 SUCCESS Proprietary FP6 and FP7 Regulated and Marketable Applications Morocco  Possible demonstration actions: Possible demonstration actions should be focused on the benefits of satellite technologies, mainly in the key domains of interest Aviation procedures implementation and improvements in safety and efficiency 1 Improvements in road traffic monitoring and freight 2 3 HIGHLOW New projects/ applications and demonstration actions on EGNOS benefits Level of priority GNSS Development AVIATION ROAD MARITIME GIS/ MAPPING EMERGENCY HEALTH RAIL  Need of communication and awareness: There is a need of communication and awareness in all the domains as the country faces a problem of scarcity of skilled expertise in these technologies Improvements in safety Introduction of solutions linked to automatic toll payment, road fleet and freight management, digital maps, road charging and dangerous good transportation system Improvements in solutions linked to safety and traffic monitoring ENPI South2nd priority country

24 23rd January 2013 Page 24 SUCCESS Proprietary FP6 and FP7 Regulated and Marketable Applications Algeria  Possible demonstration actions: Possible demonstration actions should be used to provide first insights into the benefits of satellite technologies, mainly in Aviation, Maritime and GIS/ Mapping Aviation procedures implementation and improvements in safety and efficiency 1 Improvements in safety 2 3 HIGHLOW New projects/ applications and demonstration actions on EGNOS benefits Level of priority GNSS Development AVIATION MARITIME GIS/ MAPPING SCCIENTIFIC RAIL HEALTH EMERGENCY  Need of communication and awareness: There is a general need for communication and awareness Improvements in GIS/ Mapping Improvements in solutions linked to security and traffic monitoring Improvements in solutions linked to accuracy ENPI South2nd priority country

25 23rd January 2013 Page 25 SUCCESS Proprietary FP6 and FP7 Regulated and Marketable Applications Tunisia  Possible demonstration actions: Possible demonstration actions should be focused on benefits of satellite technologies, mainly in Aviation and Maritime Aviation procedures implementation and improvements in safety and efficiency 1 2 HIGHLOW New projects/ applications and demonstration actions on EGNOS benefits Level of priority GNSS Development AVIATION MARITIME RAIL ROAD GIS/ MAPPING  Need of communication and awareness: Organization of seminaries, courses and training Improvements in safety Improvements in solutions linked to security and traffic monitoring ENPI South2nd priority country

26 23rd January 2013 Page 26 SUCCESS Proprietary FP6 and FP7 Regulated and Marketable Applications Lebanon  Possible demonstration actions: Possible demonstration actions should be focused on benefits of satellite technologies, mainly in the underlined opportunities (i.e. Road, GIS/ Mapping and Emergency) Improvements in traffic monitoring 1 Improvements in GIS/ Mapping 2 3 HIGHLOW Introduction of solutions linked to safety and traffic management Level of priority GNSS Development ROAD GIS/ MAPPING EMERGENCY MARITIME RAIL HEALTH AVIATION  Need of communication and awareness: Specific workshops should be prepared and organized with relevant stakeholders Improvements in emergency management Improvements in solutions linked to accuracy Improvements in solutions linked to emergency situations ENPI South2nd priority country

27 23rd January 2013 Page 27 SUCCESS Proprietary FP6 and FP7 Regulated and Marketable Applications Palestine  Possible demonstration actions: Demonstration actions should be focused on promoting in general the benefits of satellite technologies with a relatively stronger focus on the selected domains Improvement of safety Improvements in emergency management Introduction of solutions linked to safety, traffic management and control ROAD EMERGENCY GIS/ MAPPING SCIENTIFIC  Need of communication and awareness: Workshops with relevant stakeholder should be organized Improvements in GIS/ Mapping Improvements in solutions linked to emergency management early warning system Improvements in solutions linked to land management Information collected for Palestine allowed to identify main opportunities, but did not allow a precise evaluation in terms of level of GNSS/ SBAS technology development, level of priority and interest by domain Improvements in geodesy and land information system 2nd priority countryENPI South

28 23rd January 2013 Page 28 SUCCESS Proprietary FP6 and FP7 Regulated and Marketable Applications Jordan  Possible demonstration actions: Demonstration actions should be focused on promoting in general the benefits of satellite technologies with a focus on the selected domains Aviation procedures implementation 1 Improvements in GIS/ Mapping 2 HIGHLOW New projects/ applications and demonstration actions on EGNOS benefits Level of priority GNSS Development AVIATION GIS/ MAPPING ROAD MARITIME EMERGENCY HEALTH RAIL Improvements in solutions linked to accuracy  Need of communication and awareness: Arranging a dedicated seminar to describe EGNOS/ GNSS services in order to identify the particular needs for each interested domain, to describe the legislation procedures/ regulations that each interested country must take before introduction of service, distribution of best practices of Europe and worldwide in the subject matter ENPI South2nd priority country Improvements in road traffic monitoring and freight 3 Introduction of solutions linked to safety and traffic management

29 23rd January 2013 Page 29 SUCCESS Proprietary FP6 and FP7 Regulated and Marketable Applications Exportable Applications and Products

30 23rd January 2013 Page 30 SUCCESS Proprietary FP6 and FP7 Regulated and Marketable Applications Selection process for exportable applications and products Selection of projects having reached their initial objectives and with tangible results Selection of projects using EGNOS/EDAS and in connection with a regulated domain Each project coordinator contacted personally C. 140 38 21 Filled questionnaires Projects descriptions, planned achievements and administrative information gathered for around 140 projects 12

31 23rd January 2013 Page 31 SUCCESS Proprietary FP6 and FP7 Regulated and Marketable Applications Products-Applications / Main benefits

32 23rd January 2013 Page 32 SUCCESS Proprietary FP6 and FP7 Regulated and Marketable Applications Products-Applications / Main benefits ProjectType of ProductDomainMain benefits at country level ALIS Data Distribution System Maritime - Delivery of relevant and timely information both to the administration’s and to their customers CoSuDEC Surveying System Maritime / GIS / Mapping - Significant reduction in data acquisition costs - Potential use by various national administrations such as hydrographic offices, environmental and scientific monitoring organisations SafePort Vessel Traffic Service Equipments Maritime - Reduction of risk of damage to ships, port infrastructure and environment - Improvement of port capacity and efficiency Golden Ice Salt-Spreading Solution Road - Reduction of environmental impact and of de-icing cost - Optimisation of road maintenance strategies

33 23rd January 2013 Page 33 SUCCESS Proprietary FP6 and FP7 Regulated and Marketable Applications ProjectType of ProductDomainMain benefits at country level SCUTUM Navigation SolutionRoad- Risks of accident reductions for dangerous goods transport - Support to a more effective regulation of the traffic in city and suburbs areas ERSEC Position Measuring Systems Road- Enhancement of road safety that can be considered as a major concern and social issue PERNASVIP Service for blind and visually impaired persons Health (Personal Navigation) - Allows the collectivity to help a part of itself to achieve a greater autonomy GALAPAGOS Container Tracking System / Localisation and Communication Solution Road / Rail- Reduction of investment cos - Reduction of CO2 emission by better performing fleet management tools Products-Applications / Main benefits

34 23rd January 2013 Page 34 SUCCESS Proprietary FP6 and FP7 Regulated and Marketable Applications Products-Applications / Main benefits ProjectType of Product DomainMain benefits at country level GNSSmeter Augmentation System Road / Health (Personal Navigation) - Provision of trusted GNSS based services with very low infrastructure investment SWIRLS Receiver (AsterRx2e) GIS / Mapping / Scientific Applications -Map utility networks (gas, electricity, telecommunication and sewers) - Cadastral survey - monitoring of landslides GR-POSTER Receiver (STA56xx & STA20xx) Road / Emergency Mngt / Mass Market - Possibility of use in Telematic/Emergency/Tolling systems GENEVA Receiver (GTEC RFFE & GTEC PB-RX) Road / Emergency Mngt / Mass Market / Scientific Applications -Improved weather/atmospheric forecasting can reduce/avoid lost of lives, infrastructure damages - Interference monitoring can secure/protect safety critical applications and critical infrastructures

35 23rd January 2013 Page 35 SUCCESS Proprietary FP6 and FP7 Regulated and Marketable Applications Status in Europe Products already sold or about to be

36 23rd January 2013 Page 36 SUCCESS Proprietary FP6 and FP7 Regulated and Marketable Applications Status in Europe – Products already sold ProjectType of Product Current customersBarriers for adoption /Countries covered Data Distribution System Public/private organisations: - UK Hydrographic Office, - Danish Navy and Hydrographic Office - QinetiQ, Jeppesen - … - No theoretical limitations in terms of coverage (not fully dependant of EGNOS) - Countries with sea access Surveying System - Around 600 current users of TeamSurv data for navigation - Service available worldwide for countries with sea access (not fully dependant of EGNOS) Maritime Service for blind and visually impaired persons - Commercialisation started in all regions of France in December 2012 - Contacts established with blind and visually impaired associations and French major companies - No limitations in terms of coverage (not fully dependant of EGNOS) - Countries targeted speak French, German, English and Spanish Health

37 23rd January 2013 Page 37 SUCCESS Proprietary FP6 and FP7 Regulated and Marketable Applications Status in Europe – Products already sold ProjectType of Product Current customersBarriers for adoption /Countries covered Container Tracking System / Localisation and Communicati on Solution LogiLoc® Container Tracking System: - Volkswagen Logistics, Wolfsburg - Arnold Speditions GmbH, Rimpar - Krage Logistik GmbH, Hannover LogiLoc® Rail: - Fels Werke GmbH, Salzgitter: - ORV GmbH, Duisburg is currently evaluating the benefits of LogiLoc® Rail with a few systems - No limitations in terms of coverage (not fully dependant of EGNOS) Road / Rail Augmentation System Current customers are the security industry with small number of users - No limitations in terms of coverage (EU and Non-EU countries within EGNOS footprint) Miscellaneous

38 23rd January 2013 Page 38 SUCCESS Proprietary FP6 and FP7 Regulated and Marketable Applications Status in Europe – Products already sold ProjectType of Product Current customersBarriers for adoption / Countries covered AsterRx2e- Currently used in a variety of applications: machine control, land survey and marine - Altus APS3 survey receiver is used in several countries by governmental organisations - No limitations in terms of coverage (already sold and use worldwide) STA56xx & STA20xx - IC integrated in end products targeted to Consumer, Industrial and Automotive markets - Possibility of use in applications like tolling systems - No limitations in terms of coverage (not fully dependant of EGNOS) GTEC RFFE & GTEC PB-RX Current customers are universities and atmospheric research institutes in Europe and USA - No limitations in terms of coverage (not fully dependant of EGNOS) Receivers

39 23rd January 2013 Page 39 SUCCESS Proprietary FP6 and FP7 Regulated and Marketable Applications Status in Europe – About to be sold ProjectType of Product Current customersBarriers for adoption /Countries covered Vessel Traffic Service Equipments - First product (enhanced PPU unit) is about few months away from commercial availability and is being tried by a customer - Within EGNOS coverage - With sea access or inland waterways Salt- Spreading Solution - Currently in test by some public administrations both in France and Czech Republic - Within EGNOS coverage - With de-icing requirements Navigation Solution - Discussions are on-going concerning the transition from demonstration stage (oil company) into a commercial stage - Contact established with other stakeholders possibly interested - Within EGNOS coverage Position Measuring Systems - Contacts established with OEMs potentially interested in the production and commercialisation of collision avoidance system including ERSEC - No specific limitation in term of geographical areas covered (not fully dependant of EGNOS) Legal and technical restrictions like the availability of mobile frequencies (GSM and near field) as well as the possibility of a legal use of positioning systems in mobile scenarios have to be checked for some countries

40 23rd January 2013 Page 40 SUCCESS Proprietary FP6 and FP7 Regulated and Marketable Applications Recommendations for EU Companies

41 23rd January 2013 Page 41 SUCCESS Proprietary FP6 and FP7 Regulated and Marketable Applications Applications by country *= Countries targeted speak French, German, English and Spanish. **= For Israel and Lebanon the interest about this application could be considered marginal ***= LCS functionalities were proven in different zones of the EGNOS service coverage area and need EGNOS coverage. For this reason, the implementation for this application should be postponed for Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia, Turkey, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Palestinian Territories, Ukraine and Moldova that will be only covered in 2015 ****= Safeport needs EGNOS coverage. For this reason, the implementation for this application should be postponed for Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia, Turkey, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Palestinian Territories, Ukraine and Moldova that will be only covered in 2015

42 23rd January 2013 Page 42 SUCCESS Proprietary FP6 and FP7 Regulated and Marketable Applications Recommendations for EU companies (General) There is a general need of communication and awareness in all the analyzed countries: key benefits of EGNOS are not properly known Aviation is considered the most relevant domain, underlying a need of procedure implementation and safety improvement It is suggested to develop new projects/ applications in this domain taking into consideration the needs of the countries outside Europe and promote LPV procedures demonstrations to foster penetration of EGNOS Many country require an enhancement of GIS/Mapping system, in terms of accuracy and precision or improvements in their operations. Two applications (i.e., TeamSurv and SWIRLS receivers) could be promoted, but they seem to cover only some areas. Therefore, new solutions could be developed and demonstration actions should be proposed Emergency Management and Scientific Applications are considered relevant, but are poorly developed, so there are a lot of opportunities for applications in this domain (e.g., CartesioPlus & Geneva receivers for Emergency Management and SWIRLS & Geneva receivers for Scientific Applications) Safety and improvements in freight are interesting areas in maritime. For this reason SafePort could find acceptance and interest in several countries A need of enhancement of control and freight is perceived in road and rail domains. After a much needed modernization, several applications could be suggested for road (LCS, Geneva, CartesioPlus, GOLDEN-ICE, GALAPAGOS, ERSEC and Panda) and rail (GALAPAGOS)

43 23rd January 2013 Page 43 SUCCESS Proprietary FP6 and FP7 Regulated and Marketable Applications Recommendations for EU firms (1 st priority countries) COUNTRY KEY INSTITUTIONS/ COMPANIES TO ADDRESS HIGHLIGHTS Ukraine State Aviation Administration and State Space Agency Demonstrate ability to improve safety, capacity and efficiency in aviation Promote the added value in terms of precision for GIS/ Mapping applications Emphasize security aspects of dangerous goods transport for maritime domain Turkey Directorate General of Civil Aviation, The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey (TÜBİTAK), Turksat Corp., Inc. and General Directorate of Land Registry and Cadastre Demonstrate ability to improve safety and reliability in aviation Emphasize improvement of safety and efficiency for maritime applications Promote solution able to exploit LBS infrastructure for GIS/ Mapping applications; Croatia Croatian Space Agency, Civil Aviation Agency, State Geodetic Administration, University of Rijeka and University of Zagreb Demonstrate ability to improve safety and efficiency in aviation Promote solutions able to improve land management, precision farming and environment protection Egypt National Authority for Remote Sensing and Space Sciences, Civil Aviation Authority, Nation Air Navigation Service Company, Central Maritime Administration and the General Authority for Roads and Bridges and Land Transport Demonstrate ability to improve safety in aviation Emphasize improvement of safety for maritime and road applications Promote the added value in terms of freight transport for maritime and traffic management for road Israel Israel Space Agency, MATIMOP (Israel Industry centre for R&D), Civil Aviation Authority, Demonstrate ability to improve safety in aviation Promote the added value in terms of traffic management and control in maritime Promote solution able to exploit LBS infrastructure for GIS/ Mapping applications

44 23rd January 2013 Page 44 SUCCESS Proprietary FP6 and FP7 Regulated and Marketable Applications Recommendations for EU firms (2 nd priority countries, ENPI East/ West Balkans) COUNTRYKEY INSTITUTIONS/ COMPANIESHIGHLIGHTS Serbia Republic Geodetic Authority, Serbian Railways (JSC) and Civil Aviation Directorate of the Republic of Serbia Propose new projects/ applications able to provide improvements in the aviation domain (esp. navigation, surveillance and timing areas) Demonstrate ability of new solution to reduce time of collection of spatial data in GIS/ Mapping If addressing the rail domain, it will be key to provide precise positioning of trains as support to traffic monitoring systems Macedonia Agency for Real Estate Cadastre and Ministry of Transport and Communications GIS/ Mapping is one of the most promising domains and can exploit a solution able to reduce spatial data collection time Solutions able to guarantee improvements in safety both in Aviation and in general Emergency situation could find good potential demand Moldova The Agency for Land Relations and Cadestre, The Union of Surveyors, Geotechnicians and Cadastre Engineers of Republic of Moldova, Civil Aviation and Technical University of Moldova GIS/ Mapping can exploit a solution able to reduce spatial data collection time There is a need to implement LPV procedures in Aviation as a pre-condition Solutions able to guarantee improvements in safety both in Aviation and in general Emergency situation could find good potential demand Bosnia - Herzegovina Direction of Civil Aviation, Ministry of Transport and Institute of Geodesy and Geoinformation GIS/ Mapping is one of the most promising domains and can exploit a solution able to reduce spatial data collection time A solution able to improve safety and efficiency of airports/ airlines is sought In road, several applications are required, spanning from those in traffic security and control domain to those related to public transportation Kosovo Kosovo Cadastral Agency and Civil Aviation Authority In aviation, procedures implementation is the hot topic Both GIS/ Mapping and Scientific domains emphasized the need of an application able to improve quality and reliability of spatial data collected Albania Civil Aviation Authority and National Aire Traffic Agency, GPS Kontroll Alabnia, University of Tirana (Department of Geodesy, Polytechnic and) Domains that are the most appealing (Aviation, Road, Emergency) are also among the least developed in Albania. Therefore, before proposing cutting-hedge solutions, it is to create the right “environment” via awareness and capacity building projects

45 23rd January 2013 Page 45 SUCCESS Proprietary FP6 and FP7 Regulated and Marketable Applications COUNTRYKEY INSTITUTIONS/ COMPANIESHIGHLIGHTS Morocco Civil Aviation, Maritime Administration, Societé Nationale des Autuorutes du Maroc (ADM), Centre Space Sciences and Technology LPV procedure implementation is a pre-requisite. After procedures are prepared, it is key to demonstrate ability to improve safety, capacity and efficiency in aviation Road is relatively underdeveloped in Morocco. However, applications able to provide added value in specific niches (e.g., RUC, dangerous goods transport, freight management) may find interesting opportunities for development In Maritime it is important to show how the application proposed could improve safety and traffic monitoring systems Algeria Algerian Space Agency (ASAL) Ability to improve safety standards in both Aviation and Maritime are very important for every new application In GIS/ Mapping, an improvement of accuracy is required by key stakeholders Tunisia The National Centre of Cartography and Remote Centre, Civil Aviation Authority and Societè Tunisien des Autorutes and Ministry of Equioment In Tunisia is perceived a strong need for general awareness and communication actions to promote the added value of E-GNSS solutions More in detail, ability to improve safety standards in both Aviation and Maritime are very important for every new application Lebanon Ministry of transport and Remote Sensing Centre All domains appear underdeveloped in Lebanon. Therefore, communications and demonstration actions are pivotal to start any activity in this geography. The domains that shown the greatest degree of interest are Road (mainly applications related to safety and traffic management), GIS/ Mapping and Emergency Palestine GIS Research Institute of Jerusalem General awareness and demonstration of key benefits brought by E-GNSS is needed prior to initiate any commercial venture in this geography Jordan Civil Aviation Regulatory Commission and the Royal Jordanian Geographic Centre In Jordan is perceived a strong need for general awareness and communication actions to promote the added value of E-GNSS solutions More in detail, ability to improve safety standards in Aviation and accuracy in GIS/ Mapping are required Recommendations for EU firms (2 nd priority countries, ENPI South)

46 23rd January 2013 Page 46 SUCCESS Proprietary FP6 and FP7 Regulated and Marketable Applications Recommendations for the Commission  In this context and to support EU companies, the European Commission could: Organize training courses, workshops, seminars and conferences to develop awareness and improve communication in most of the analyzed countries Promote demonstrations actions on LPV procedures and more in general about EGNOS benefits in other domains Develop new projects/ applications in Aviation and GIS/ Mapping domains (considered top priority domains in the majority of countries analyzed) taking into consideration the needs of the countries outside Europe (e.g. need of aviation procedures implementation or accuracy and precision improvements in GIS/ Mapping system) Leverage on interest (and relatively low offer) in Emergency management and Scientific applications to promote research in state-of-the-art solutions in these domains Monitor development of Maritime and Road and match it with European firms’ know-how to select/ promote niche applications that may find market potential outside EU Support companies in promoting the applications that already exist and that are relevant for key domains outside Europe (see above)

47 23rd January 2013 Page 47 SUCCESS Proprietary FP6 and FP7 Regulated and Marketable Applications Possible next steps to maximise penetration in selected countries 1 Selection of specific geographies and/ or domains and deepen analysis/ answer to selected key questions Continuation on ENPI South countries analysis to address in more detail this geography that lacks some inputs (with a more detailed interview program and also liaising with e.g., Medusa) More detailed analysis of countries' needs with a specific regard for uncovered areas (in aviation and in other domains) so as to identify new potential project ideas to propose 2 Match of the relevant domains (and applications) with interviewed people, so as to further skim key applications that may have a practical application in selected countries Organise concrete meetings among applications PMs and public institutions 3 Concrete support in implementing all the actions suggested or some of the actions (e.g., by domain, geography and/ or application) Further analysis to deepen specific issues Support in demand-supply matching Support in implementation 4 Projects in non regulated domains, e.g. leisure or tourism, which could interest these countries, Galileo specific projects to demonstrate early services and projects ended after mid 2012 Analysis of further projects

48 23rd January 2013 Page 48 SUCCESS Proprietary FP6 and FP7 Regulated and Marketable Applications Appendix

49 23rd January 2013 Page 49 SUCCESS Proprietary FP6 and FP7 Regulated and Marketable Applications Candidate Marketable Applications Alis is a software framework for distributing geo-referenced and time sensitive data to end users Various possible types of queries: Data by area and time period, Smart queries, Live queries Data only sent as required Data delivered can be varied to suit the customer's needs and not necessarily lie with the maritime sector

50 23rd January 2013 Page 50 SUCCESS Proprietary FP6 and FP7 Regulated and Marketable Applications Candidate Marketable Applications TeamSurv service originated in CoSuDEC project uses the power of the crowd to create improved data on oceans: Participating TeamSurv vessels log data from their instruments as they go about their normal business TeamSurv servers are producing detailed bathymetric data for the areas where data has been logged Whilst TeamSurv is just dealing with bathymetry, it can be extended to include any other parameters if suitable sensors are supplied SafePilot is a system comprising two subsystems which are products in their own right: SafePilot positioning system utilising a new implementation of protection level algorithm for maritime usage Enhanced VTS system and console to manage traffic (A-VTMIS)

51 23rd January 2013 Page 51 SUCCESS Proprietary FP6 and FP7 Regulated and Marketable Applications Candidate Marketable Applications Golden-Ice is a solution for salt-spreading optimisation on roads. It includes: On Board Unit (OBU) able to exchange information with the commercial spreading/snow plough control box Monitor/PDA at the driver level Server solution able to integrate raw GPS measurements with EGNOS/EDAS Emergency button and Public Safety Answering Point able to collect emergency calls generated from winter service vehicles LCS is navigation solution providing localisation services based on EGNOS Commercial Service Processing of EGNOS integrity Optimised for road and mobility applications Compliance to the CEN Workshop Agreement CWA 16390:2012

52 23rd January 2013 Page 52 SUCCESS Proprietary FP6 and FP7 Regulated and Marketable Applications Candidate Marketable Applications ERSEC designed measuring system to be used on board of vehicles and able to position on road with an accuracy of the order of 0.1 meter at a sampling rate of 100 Hz Three products have been derived from the ERSEC project results: Enhanced version of the EICASDRIVE collision avoidance system including the ERSEC measuring system ERSEC measuring system for autonomous guidance of vehicles Low cost laser scanner

53 23rd January 2013 Page 53 SUCCESS Proprietary FP6 and FP7 Regulated and Marketable Applications Candidate Marketable Applications Services developed in PERNASVIP project and aiming to increase the autonomy of blind and visually impaired persons by reducing the stress encountered during autonomous travels Based on a set of 3 items: ANGEO-Mobile terminal to be clipped to the belt of the user ANGEO-Help: a call center providing services in case of needs ANGEO-Home software to prepare the itineraries

54 23rd January 2013 Page 54 SUCCESS Proprietary FP6 and FP7 Regulated and Marketable Applications Candidate Marketable Applications GALAPAGOS developed two solutions fort different groups of customers: LogiLoc® Container Tracking System: a load carriers intelligent container management system allowing – Fast and dependent locations of means of transport – Localisation of load carriers even in closed rooms and vehicles – Compilation of localisation flows and statistical data LogiLoc® Rail: a GNSS-/GSM localisation and communication solution – Especially fitting the demands of the railway transport – Covering a wide range of logistics and security functions – Including an intuitively operable, server based web platform for logging and analysis

55 23rd January 2013 Page 55 SUCCESS Proprietary FP6 and FP7 Regulated and Marketable Applications Candidate Marketable Applications PANDA is a modular correction and augmentation server originated in GNSSmeter project. It includes a great variety of services and features: Capability to receive corrections and augmentation data from EDAS Corrections and augmentations sent out via conventional terrestrial communication Includes various functional modules: – GNSS corrections for pseudoranges – GNSS corrections for positions – Assistance data – Long-term ephemerides data – Regional ionospheric model (optional) – Authentication algorithms (optional) – PPP algorithm (optional)

56 23rd January 2013 Page 56 SUCCESS Proprietary FP6 and FP7 Regulated and Marketable Applications Candidate Marketable Applications AsteRx2e has been derived from the SWIRLS project: Provides a platform for system integrators to build applications requiring an accurate and reliable position solution Is an all-in-view dual-frequency GPS/GLONASS receiver Offers excellent measurement quality for high precision positioning, even in challenging environments GR-POSTER research activities allowed ST Microelectronics to originate a family of GNSS integrated circuits including: STA5620 Galileo-Ready GPS RF Front End STA5630 Galileo+GPS RF Front End STA2064 Galileo+GPS Navigation Processor STA2065 Galileo+GPS Navigation and Telematic Processor

57 23rd January 2013 Page 57 SUCCESS Proprietary FP6 and FP7 Regulated and Marketable Applications Candidate Marketable Applications GENEVA/ASPHALT research activities allowed origination of a family of GNSS products: GTEC RFFE Modular Front-End – Up to 3 simultaneously sampled reception channels – Configurable bandwidth, bitwidth, sampling rate, and IF – Numerous available GNSS signals (current and future) GTEC PB-RX Open Platform for GNSS Receiver Development – Fully adjustable GNSS RF front-end including FPGAs for custom applications – Small size – Allows efficient test and validation of receiver algorithms and complete GNSS receiver implementations – Selectable triple RF frequency paths – Availability of extension boards for INS integration and power supply available on request

58 23rd January 2013 Page 58 SUCCESS Proprietary FP6 and FP7 Regulated and Marketable Applications EGNOS Coverage - Today EGNOS OS Accuracy coverage area as observed using service volume simulation based on real data collection (Source : Service Definition Document - Open Service - EGN-SDD OS V1.1

59 23rd January 2013 Page 59 SUCCESS Proprietary FP6 and FP7 Regulated and Marketable Applications EGNOS Coverage - Future  The V2.4.1 of EGNOS planned to be operational in 1st Quarter 2015  It includes an increase of the coverage area  Considering the current definition of V2.4.1, the following assumptions would be considered: Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia and Turkey: entirely covered Egypt: at least partially covered Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Palestinian Territories: level of coverage still subject to refinement Ukraine and Moldova: level of coverage still subject to refinement  In the current study, the following assumptions will be considered: All countries considered in the current study are currently within the EGNOS coverage but Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia, Turkey, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Palestinian Territories, Ukraine and Moldova that will be only covered in 2015

60 23rd January 2013 Page 60 SUCCESS Proprietary FP6 and FP7 Regulated and Marketable Applications Interviews undertaken: key contacts (1/2)

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