The ESCAPE project ended in December 2019

The ESCAPE project has ended in December 2019. The project has successfully prototyped and tested the ESCAPE GNSS Engine, or EGE, an innovative positioning engine leveraging Galileo signals and services to provide a core positioning component in autonomous vehicles....

The ESCAPE Final Demo on InsideGNSS

InsideGNSS, one of the leading magazines focused on the GNSS technology, dedicated a news to our Final Demo event in Compiègne, France. A new article will also published in the next weeks! As stated in the article: “An article in the January/February issue of...

The Final Demo event in a GSA video

The European GNSS Agency – GSA published a video about our Final Demo Event in Compiègne, with some interesting interviews with ESCAPE project members and other partners. More photos about the event can be also found...

Final demo in France, few places left!

Join us at the University of Technology of Compiègne, France, on 27 November for a live demonstration of the first Galileo-enabled autonomous vehicle made in the EU and see for yourself how Galileo is driving the future of autonomous vehicles. Only a few places left!...

ESCAPE video is out!

ESCAPE developed the EGE, the ESCAPE GNSS Engine, a unique positioning module intended to enable autonomous or semi-autonomous driving functions. The new ESCAPE’s localization technology was designed from the beginning for safety, exploiting the added value of the...

Final Demo in France, the draft agenda is available

Join us at the University of Technology of Compiègne, France, on 27 November for a live demonstration of the first Galileo-enabled autonomous vehicle made in the EU and see for yourself how Galileo is driving the future of autonomous vehicles. The first draft Agenda...

Save the date: Nov. 27th, Final Demo in France!

Participants in the day-long event will have a unique opportunity to ride in an autonomous vehicle fitted with a Galileo-enabled ESCAPE GNSS engine (EGE). The EGE is an innovative positioning engine that leverages the Galileo signals and services to provide a core...

ESCAPE at the ION GNSS+ 2019 (Best Presentation Award!)

On September 18th, E. Domínguez Tijero from GMV presented the paper Autonomous Vehicle High-Accuracy Position and Integrity Engine Performance Results on the ESCAPE projects at the ION GNSS+ in Miami, USA. UPDATE: Congratulations to Enrique! The GMV presentation won...

16th Oct. – ESCAPE presented at Autonomy Paris

The ESCAPE project will be presented at Autonomy Paris this October, in the fantastic scenery of the Grad Hall de La Villette. Autonomy Paris is one of the rising conferences in Europe focused on autonomous driving and ITS, where companies, startups and researchers...

Third Integration Week

The Third Integration Week took place during the last week of June 2019 in collaboration with the UTC – Université de Technologie de Compiègne in northern France, near Paris. Our team of engineers and researchers from FICOSA, GMV, Renault, and UTC, tested the final...

Special Session on EGNSS at the EuMCE 2019 Conference

On May the 14th, a presentation regarding ESCAPE will take place at the EuMCE 2019 in Prague. Giuseppe Avellone from STMicroelectronics will present some results coming from research activities carried on in the framework of our project: RF FE for...

ESCAPE on InsideGNSS and GPSWorld

The European GNSS Agency – GSA published an article dedicated to ESCAPE and its main results a few days ago. The article can be found at this link. After GSA also InsideGNSS and GPSWorld published a news dedicated to ESCAPE and its outcomes. Both articles focus on the...

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/02/2015

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