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The European Safety Critical Applications Positioning Engine (ESCAPE) is funded by the European GNSS Agency (GSA) under the European Union’s Fundamental Elements research and development programme under grant agreement No. GSA/GRANT/01/2015

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The European Safety Critical Applications Positioning Engine (ESCAPE) is funded by the European GNSS Agency (GSA) under the European Union’s Fundamental Elements research and development programme under grant agreement No. GSA/GRANT/01/2015

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ESCAPE at the GSA’s Fundamental Elements Info Day 2018

The European GNSS Agency is to host the second Fundamental Elements Info Day at its headquarters in Prague on March 14, 2018. The info day will focus on upcoming FE funding opportunities, as well as providing an update on the status of the programme....
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The first sample of an ESCAPE board will make its debut at the MWC 2018

Represented by STM, ESCAPE will be present in the Mobile World Congress 2018 in Barcelona, from the 26th of February to the 1st of March. STM will show in its stand the first sample of an ESCAPE board inside its case. Visit STM and ESCAPE at booth A61...
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ESCAPE PDR Milestone on the GMV website

The Preliminary Design Review (PDR) of the ESCAPE project is also presented and commented on the GMV website, at the following links: https://www.gmv.com/es/Empresa/Comunicacion/Noticias/2018/01/ESCAPE-EGS.html…
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ESCAPE completes preliminary design of positioning engine

The ESCAPE project, funded under the European GNSS Agency’s (GSA) Fundamental Elements programme, has completed the preliminary design of its ESCAPE GNSS Engine (EGE), an innovative positioning engine that leverages the Galileo signal to provide a critical...
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Four new Galileo satellites are now in orbit

Europe has four more Galileo navigation satellites in the sky following their launch on an Ariane 5 rocket. After today’s success, only one more launch remains before the Galileo constellation is complete and delivering global coverage. Ariane 5, operated...
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ESCAPE is a three-years project designed to fullfil requirements of Autonomous Vehicles exploiting E-GNSS differentiators

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Autonomous or Driver-less Vehicles are on the rise worldwide

European Global Navigation Satellite Systems Agency (GSA)

“The drive to automation is fuelling Research & Development in location technologies. Autonomous car is probably the most challenging concept, and is also the area where most research and innovation is happening, both by “traditional” automotive players and the IT industry. The ESCAPE project is developing a versatile solution to address the needs of safety-critical applications”

GNSS User Technology Report, 2016

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McKinsey&Company

“Regulation and consumer acceptance represent additional hurdles for autonomous vehicles. However, once thesechallenges are addressed, autonomous vehicles present a tremendous value offering for consumers. A progressive scenario could see ~50 percent of passenger vehicles sold in 2030 being highly autonomous and ~15 percent being fully autonomous”

Automotive Revolution – Perspective Towards 2030, 2016

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PriceWaterhouseCoopers (PWC)

“Given how complex the effort to secure the connected car is, and the sheer number of different players whose software is used to keep the car connected, securing these vehicles must be a collaborative effort. There are and always will be risks, but those risks can be mitigated if the many challenges – of organization, development, and testing – are met squarely and overcome”

Connected Car Report 2016, 2016

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Autonomous or Driver-less Vehicles are on the rise worldwide

European Global Navigation Satellite Systems Agency (GSA)

“The drive to automation is fuelling Research & Development in location technologies. Autonomous car is probably the most challenging concept, and is also the area where most research and innovation is happening, both by “traditional” automotive players and the IT industry. The ESCAPE project is developing a versatile solution to address the needs of safety-critical applications”

GNSS User Technology Report, 2016

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McKinsey&Company

“Regulation and consumer acceptance represent additional hurdles for autonomous vehicles. However, once thesechallenges are addressed, autonomous vehicles present a tremendous value offering for consumers. A progressive scenario could see ~50 percent of passenger vehicles sold in 2030 being highly autonomous and ~15 percent being fully autonomous”

Automotive Revolution – Perspective Towards 2030, 2016

Read More

PriceWaterhouseCoopers (PWC)

“Given how complex the effort to secure the connected car is, and the sheer number of different players whose software is used to keep the car connected, securing these vehicles must be a collaborative effort. There are and always will be risks, but those risks can be mitigated if the many challenges – of organization, development, and testing – are met squarely and overcome”

Connected Car Report 2016, 2016

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