Preliminary Algorithm Architecture released

On April 2017 the preliminary structure of the algorithms governing the ESCAPE Engine has been released. The ESCAPE GNSS Engine, also indicated as EGE, is the innovative system developed as part of the ESCAPE project to provide pose estimates with an integrity layer,...

ESCAPE presented at the Spanish ITS Congress 2017

ESCAPE representatives had the opportunity to present ESCAPE project at the Spanish ITS Congress held in Madrid on April from 25 to 27, 2017 in the session focused on the “Autonomous Driving and Intelligent Transportation Systems in the vehicle”. The...

ESCAPE’s engine presented on GSA website

ESCAPE engine was presented on the GSA website with a dedicated article “ESCAPE engine benefits from Galileo Initial Services“. The article is reposted below. The ESCAPE project could prove critical in the advancement of the connected vehicle and...

Galileo connects the connected car

We republish this news from the European GNSS Agency – GSA website.  Mobile World Live’s Connected cars – from here to autonomy report shows a strong appetite for the benefits connected cars will bring, tempered by realistic caution regarding the security,...

User Requirements Review

In late February 2017, the ESCAPE project had reached another important milestone: the User Requirement Review (URR). During the URR the project has concluded two fundamental tasks: the identification of the user-level requirements, and the user-level safety analysis....

ESCAPE presented on the GSA website

Today, 21st December 2016, the European GNSS Agency – GSA dedicated a news to the ESCAPE project and its expected impacts (available at the following link). Here the From the GSA website:   In 2015, the European GNSS Agency (GSA) launched Fundamental...

ESCAPE kick-off meeting in Prague

On November 10th, 2016, the ESCAPE project kicked-off in Prague, Czech Republic, in the European GNSS Agency premises.  The future of the autonomous driving is “made-in-Europe”! European Safety Critical Applications Positioning Engine – ESCAPE project...

The ESCAPE Project 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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