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Published by EGNOS, 2019-10-29 04:48:42

Q3 2019 Bulletin_v2



Issue 31, Q3 2019 Credits: Croatia Airlines




A review of the EGNOS

Annual Workshop, Rome 2019

The EGNOS Annual Worskshop 2019 held at the ASI (Italian Space Agency) in Rome this year brought together entre-
preneurs and SMEs, along with business and public sector professionals from industry to share remarkable EGNOS
implementation examples in every domain (Aviation, Rail, Maritime, Survey, Mapping, Agriculture). It was also the
opportunity to learn more about how European Satellite Navigation programmes are tackling the high-speed growth of
market penetration, as well as the maturity and stability offered by the EGNOS services to European users

Mr Carlo des Dorides, GSA
Executive Director, at the
EGNOS Annual Workshop

With nearly 200 attendees from 38 different past 15 years, for the competence it has gained
countries, this one-of-a-kind event organised by and the trust the users place in E-GNSS, and for
GSA and ESSP proved the increasing imporatance its global recognition, which is now undisputed.”
of EGNOS for a wide range of user applications. The workshop featured some presentations
For the organisation of the workshop a new from high-level professionals, as well as key
ecological approach has been implemented. user communities demonstrating the substantial
Less paper printed, ecological merchandising, and progress EGNOS implementation has achieved
commitment to a Non-Governmental Organisation in different market segments.
(Atmosfair)that works to protect the environment
through CO2 offsetting.
Mr Enrico Russo, ASI Technical Director, opened
the event with his first Welcome speech as
the host of the event. Mr Carlo des Dorides,
GSA Executive Director, gave an encouraging
statement on EGNOS: “EGNOS is really becoming
the reference for future civil aviation. The PBN
regulation implemented in July last year has
opened a new paradigm for new traffic leading
to EGNOS approaches to all airports by 2020
to 2024.” In his welcome speech, ESSP CEO
Mr Thierry Racaud congratulated GSA “for the
remarkable work done by the Agency during these


The first turn was for the GSA team responsible Plus, awards for…
for EGNOS, with the participation of the ESSP At the EGNOS Annual Workshop, the EWA
team as EGNOS service provider explaining the and LPV Awards gave special recognition to all
programme and service status, and the strategies European ANSPs that have signed an EGNOS
to be followed in the near future. This workshop Working Agreement this year or that have already
also dedicated a major session to looking at implemented their first LPV procedure.
examples of the EGNOS implementation stories This year’s winners were:
in aviation led by brilliant and diverse speakers - EWA category: NLA, ANA from
from the EGNOS user community, such as ISAVIA, Luxemburg, and LGS.
NLA (Norske Luftambulanse) ENAV (Italian ANSP), - LPV AWARDS category: ISAVIA,
Croatia Airlines and Croatia Control, who explained ENAV, and Malta Air Traffic Services.
the different opportunities and benefits that The 9th EGNOS Annual Workshop also included
EGNOS brings into their activities. sessions fully dedicated to other market segments
A specific session was devoted to the status where EGNOS is also achieving significant
of SBAS in different globe zones thanks to the penetration, thanks to the participation with
presentations form ASECNA (Africa) and KASS speakers specialised in Maritime and Land
programme (Korea).The day continued with a applications.
session devoted to “Safety of Life Service in the Insights from Analysts Covering the EGNOS
aviation segment”, starting with a complete review Workshop
on the situation and strategy in aviation, followed “The figures speak for themselves: EGNOS has
by a review of the impact of EASA new regulation doubled the number of users in recent years,
373, and the use of EGNOS for drone operations, and a great number of decision-makers in several
to conclude with an interesting presentation on sectors (aviation, agriculture, maritime, etc.) see
SBAS DFMC receiver development. The day expanding the use of EGNOS Open Service as a
closed with some impressive examples regarding high priority”
the implementation of EGNOS in aviation, success GSA is now launching a campaign to raise EGNOS
stories addressed by speakers such as Airbus, that awareness for the general public. It can be viewed
specifically explained the EGNOS implementation here. Let’s share!
on the A320 and A330 aircraft families.


EGNOS Annual Workshop
Satisfaction Survey results


EGNOS programme update

Jean-Marc Pieplu, GNSS
Exploitation Programme

Manager at the GSA


Jean-Marc Pieplu, GNSS Exploitation Programme EGNOS committed Service.
Manager at the GSA, provided a high-level Several hints were also given related to the
overview of the status of the EGNOS Programme. deployment of new System Releases and for
He offered a debriefing on the system’s operational EGNOS v3 development. Presentation available
configuration and the actual performance on the here.

Nathalie Ricard, EGNOS
Service Engineering Manager

at GSA


Nathalie Ricard, EGNOS Service Engineering She presented a roadmap for that transition,
Manager at GSA, presented way forward for the the benefits DFMC will bring compared to L1,
transition from SBAS L1 to double frequency and an overview of the standardization status.
multi-constellation (DFMC) in the near future. Presentation available here.


Carmen Aguilera, Head of
Section Operational Market
Development & Safety Critical
applications at GSA


Carmen Aguilera, Head of Section Operational be in the near future, the audience learned about
Market Development & Safety Critical applications the current and foreseeable future uses and
at GSA, presented the market strategy and applications of EGNOS in aviation, maritime, rail,
methodology set up to accelerate the use of agriculture and geomatics segments. She also
EGNOS in different market segments. announced that the GSA Market report would
With clear identification of where EGNOS should soon be available. Presentation in this link.

Teodoro Seoane, Performance
Tools Manager at ESSP SAS


Teodoro Seoane, from ESSP, presented EGNOS there has been a significant LPV200 coverage
system status and performance for the period of extension to the north, and both LPV200 and APV-I
18 April 20018-July 2019, as well of the results commitments reached 72° North thanks to the
of the latest User Satisfaction Survey. In this modification of the EGNOS MT 27. The observed
period, the EGNOS Signal in Space was available Open Service and EDAS performances exceeded
at all times, and the observed Safety of Life the commitment. The latest survey results were
performances covered practically the entire SDD presented, with a global satisfaction score of 8.3,
commitment, with the exception of some small consolidating an uptrend in the satisfaction level
areas in the east and south-east. In any case, since 2014. In general, most of the evaluated
no airports with EGNOS LPV or LPV200-based areas improved with respect to the 2017 results..
approaches were affected. During this period, Presentation available in this link.




EGNOS in aviation: strategy and implementation status (GSA & ESSP)

Katerina Strelcova from GSA and On the other hand, an overview of
José María Lorenzo from ESSP the pioneer, current and new EGNOA
presented the main achievements capable operators was also given,
and benefits of EGNOS Services for highlighting that there are currently
the aviation community, including more than 60 operators flying with
commercial operations, general EGNOS in Europe. Exponential
aviation, rotorcraft operators and growth is expected in this area, with
drone operations, amongst others. the new EGNOS solutions due to
Along that line, the work done to retrofit and forward fit coming to the
enable EGNOS operations for general market. Finally, the EGNOS Service
aviation in non-ATS environments is Provision Scheme was explained,
expected to be published as EASA including services for non-EU States.
Safety Promotion Material in 2019. Presentation available in this link.

Impact of new regulations 2017/373 and 2018/1139 (EASA)

Manuel Rivas Vila from EASA Air Crew and AirOPS, CS-ACNS,
presented the most significant EATMN, ASD, AIS and DAT providers.
milestones of the current applicable The only Rulemaking Tasks pending
regulation with importance in the by EC are related to ASD and AIS,
EGNOS services: PBN regulation, expected for 2020.
Regulation 2017/373 on ATM/ANS Additionally, the evolution of the
and new Basic Regulation 2018/1139. requirements for CNS (NAV) was
The most important Rulemaking highlighted based on the new
Tasks related to PBN implementation Regulation 2017/373, which will
were identified along with the be applicable from 02/01/2020,.
presentation for the following topics: Presentation available in this link.


Use of EGNOS for drone operations: the Spanish regulatory approach

Mónica de Frutos Ortega of AESA commercial drones already comply
(Spanish Aviation Safety and Security with the requirements for using
Agency) presented the EGNOS EGNOS. Due to the expected
benefits in the drone operations, high number of drones, having an
taking into account the Spanish accurate navigation solution is a key
regulatory framework. Due to the requirement for safe navigation, and
high number of UAS users in Spain, EGNOS is a significant enabler in
the RPAS Advisory Commission that sense, improving the accuracy
at AESA has developed guidance of the position and ensuring better
material for UAS operations. The navigation capabilities. Presentation
presentation highlighted that some available in this link.

SBAS DFMC receiver development (Thales Avionics)

Mr Bouniol of Thales Avionics SBAS DFMC GPS GALILEO MOPS),
presented the status of the EDG²E published by EUROCAE in February
project (Equipment for Dual 2019, will be highlighted. The next
frequency Galileo GPS and EGNOS), phase of the project will focus on
its achievements and the next steps. the development of a SBAS DFMC
In terms of status, phase 1 of the receiver prototype, which will then
project, which dealt with the definition be evaluated in flight, in parallel to
of the HW architecture and support the continuous contribution to the
for the standardisation activities, has ongoing standardisation activities.
concluded. The project contribution Presentation available in this link.
to the ED-259 (Initial version of the

SBAS DFMC benefits for Safety-of-Life applications (

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Implementation of EGNOS-based approaches at the border of the
Service Area (ISAVIA)

Arnór Bergur Kristinsson of Isavia publication. Plans for publication at
presented the most significant Akureyri (BIAR) were presented,
milestones in the implementation of as in its particular environment
the first EGNOS approach procedure conditions (a narrow valley), the
at Húsavík airport (BIHU) in Iceland. smaller protection surfaces when
The location of this country, at the designing EGNOS based procedures
border of the APV-I coverage area enable having Precision-Approach-
required the development of a like procedures with a much lower
dedicated EGNOS, performance minima.The presentation also
research. Iceland Authority finally included an explanation of the signing
authorised EGNOS LPV/APV-I process for the EGNOS Working
procedures in May 2019 at Húsavík Agreement, between Isavia and
airport, with a set of mitigating actions ESSP, remarking that cooperation
(among others): publication on AIP between organisations was key
of the EGNOS related information, to enabling EGNOS procedures in
NOTAM services for all airports Iceland. Presentation available in
and an assessment of the EGNOS this link.
signals-in-space quality before

Use of EGNOS for PinS and low-level routes (NLA)

Lars Erik Bragstad and Lars Amdal, EGNOS NOTAM thanks towith the
both helicopter pilots from Norsk involvement of ESSP, the operator
Luftambulanse AS, presented the NLA, EAD and Avinor. The signing
implementation process for EGNOS of this EWA agreement (the first of
approach procedures for PinS and its own) concludes a major step in
Low-Level Routes in Norway and international cooperation to employ
Denmark, in non-ATS environments. EGNOS precision signals and services
To establish the operational and for a cost-efficient navigation solution
legal framework for using EGNOS bringing benefits for patients in need
as a navigation aid, an EGNOS of helicopter transport by NLA by
Working Agreement was signed using satellite-based navigation in
between ESSP and the Rotorcraft Norway. Presentation available in
Operator, including the Provision of this link.

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ENAV contribution to EGNOS aviation services adoption and next steps

Mr Patrizio Vanni, from the Italian today, the company has built many
ANSP (ENAV), gave the audience an technical capabilities related to PBN
overall picture of the company’s past, implementation, thanks principally to
present and future contributions to its participation in major Italian and
the use of EGNOS in aviation. ENAV EU-funded projects. Its growth is
has been active in GNSS since the not over, and the company is still at
late 90s. It was a founding member of the forefront of E-GNSS innovation
ESSP and, amongst several RIMS, has with new projects such as ECARO or
hosted one of the system’s Control DREAMS, funded by GSA and SJU,
Centres since the early 2000s. With respectively. Presentation available
nearly 40 LPV approaches in service in this link.

The Croatian case: LPV implementation benefits (Croatia Control /
Croatia airlines)

The LPV implementation status on Croatia Airlines Chief pilot DASH-8
the ground was firstly presented Q400 Davor Miši, on the other hand,
by Mr Josip Josipović, Executive showed how this strategy is already
Director, Regional ATC Centres at benefitting the daily operation of its
Croatia Control. Currently, 70% of the x6 Dash 8 Q400 fleet. After giving
country’s instrument runway ends are some hints on how the retrofit
already served by LPV approaches, process took place, Davor Mišić
and the company has a sound plan delighted attendees with a video shot
to fulfil the obligations derived from during an aircraft’s LPV approach and
the PBN IR. This implementation is landing at Pula Airport, runway 09.
dramatically improving accessibility Presentation available in this link.
at some Croatian destinations.

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Largest EGNOS-equipped fleet in business aviation (VistaJet)

The last round of presentations of to reductions in flight mileage, for
the first day began with Mr Stefano example. In addition, the audience
Oprandi, from VistaJet, on the stage. learned about VistaJet’s operational
VistaJet, a business jet operator experience and how LPV approaches
with a global presence, is currently were. The closing words were
operating a fleet of 73 aircraft, dedicated to encourage all relevant
57 of which are approved for LPV stakeholders to continue working
approaches. Mr Oprandi explained towards the further implementation
how, in certain environments, of new LPVs all along the European
EGNOS-based operations bring continent. Presentation available
major benefits to the company: from here.
less-demanding steep approaches

LPV implementation status in A320 and A330 families (Airbus)

Mr Mathieu Hiale-Guilhamoufrom test flights conducted by Airbus in
Airbus, was the guest speaker to perhaps their best-selling platforms:
share a few words on how EGNOS the A320, A330 and A350. The
is entering the world of commercial accuracy and stability of the LPV
airliners. Mr Hiale-Guilhamou guidance observed onboard were
introduced the strategy followed by superb, even enabling Airbus to test
Airbus, from a cockpit perspective, an auto landing SLS. At the end,
to introduce LPV approaches in Airbus illustrated its commitment
their aircraft through the “SLS to EGNOS, as all of their product
(SBAS Landing System)” function. families will receive SLS capabilities
Then he offered the auditorium between Q3 2020 and Q4 2021.
an outstanding video about SLS Presentation available here.

SBAS solution for cargo operations (CMC Electronics)

The final presentation of Day 1 was or combinations of these) have
provided by Mr Tarek Sabanekh, gone on the market for popular
CMC Electronics’ Strategic cargo platforms, such as the Airbus
Marketing Manager. After dedicating A300/310 and A320 or the Boeing
a few words to the origins and B737 classics and NG, B747-400,
history of the company and to the B757, B767 and B777. In closing, Mr
impressive GPS product portfolio Sabanekh explained several lines of
at CMC, Mr Sabanekh focused work within the company, including
on the success of the company in the development of a new generation
providing retrofit solutions for cargo MCMF (Multi-Constellation Multi-
airlines. In recent years, solutions Frequency) receiver. Presentation
for various functionalities (ADS-B here.
Out, SBAS Navigation, LPV, GBAS,

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EGNOS market status


Carmen Aguilera (GSA) presented the methodology Carmen Aguilera (GSA)
defined by GSA to foster adoption of EGNOS in and Sofía Cilla (ESSP)
maritime, rail, agriculture and geomatics market
segments. She provided an overview of the the plans published by freight wagons operators.
priority activities for GSA in each market segment. Today, over 7,500 are already configured to use
Sofía Cilla (ESSP) presented the most relevant EGNOS. In the frame of precision farming, the
results of the activities conducted in those market audience was informed about the availability of an
segments during 2019. In maritime, a CBA and online CBA tool (EASE) and demonstrator (GEAR)..
architecture feasibility assessment was done for Presentation available in this link.
the Portuguese entity in charge of IALA DGPS
stations in this country, to support them in their
decision to recapitalise this infrastructure using
EGNOS/EDAS. For rail, a large submarket segment
was identified: over 170,000 freight wagons will
be equipped with GNSS by 2022, according to


Mr Vázquez of ESSP introduced EDAS and Current EDAS users
its services, focusing on the variety of GNSS –market segment
products that are delivered by EDAS, and their distribution and type of
potential to address a wide range of user needs. use
Then the classification of the active EDAS-based
applications/usage cases was presented by EDAS’s potential to provide value in multiple
market segment, showing that EDAS is present environments. Other promising initiatives that
in practically all application domains. He also are under development were introduced briefly
highlighted that more than 50% of the active uses as well. Presentation available in this link.
come from professional and commercial initiatives,
which results in a large number of end users being
supported by EDAS. Some current EDAS-based
applications were presented (GNSS performance
monitoring, fleet management, precision farming,
and maritime navigation services) to reinforce


Mr de Piccoli of Telespazio began his presentation Telespazio’s U-Space
by explaining the U-Space concept, a set of services architecture
procedures and services that aim to enable safe
use of airspace for large numbers of drones, as proposed solution for U-Space will be validated
well as the specific services to which EGNOS as part of the Full Flight View (F2V) project, as
could contribute. After that, the issues addressed well as through other ongoing R&D activities.
byTelespazio’s solutions for U-Space management Presentation available in this link.
were described, including GNSS performance and
real-time flight monitoring. As part of their solution,
EGNOS/EDAS is used for real-time positioning of
the drone for navigation and flight control (drone
operator), anti-tampering and detection of GNSS
threats. Network and satellite-based connectivity
are part of Telespazio’s solution. Their vision and

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for maritime and inland waterways applications


French DGPS maritime use EGNOS and EDAS as an input. Following
service: central server his introduction, Mr Horvath presented the
set-up of the French DGPS navigation service,
architecture which uses the EGNOS message as provided by
EDAS as its primary input. Currently, the service
Mr Horvath from Alberding GmbH introduced is being delivered operationally with excellent
their software targeting maritime authorities in performance results both on the availability and
delivering DGPS navigation services, ready to accuracy sides from 4 IALA beacons, with two
more to come in the next year. From the service
provider perspective, Cerema highlighted the
excellent availability performance delivered by the
EDAS-based solution, as well as the cost savings
provided with respect to a traditional set-up (based
on local DGNSS reference stations). Presentation
available in this link.


IALA beacon in Tarifa facing obsolescence issues and maintaining the
(Spain) service requires a re-engineering project. In this
situation, Puertos del Estado intends to go with
Mr Rebollo and Mr Argul of Puertos del Estado an EGNOS/EDAS-based centralised architecture.
introduced their current IALA DGPS network, Puertos del Estado recalled the importance of
the largest in Europe by number of stations. the SC24 project (funded by GSA) for them, as
Today, the Spanish IALA DGPS network is the pilot projects conducted by the project team
enabled them to test and verify the very high
performance, as well as the cost savings, that
the EGNOS/EDAS-based solution could provide.
Currently, Puertos del Estado is ready to launch
the recapitalisation project of the Spanish IALA
DGPS network, pending clarification regarding the
international position on the future of the IALA
DGPS networks. Presentation available in this link.


Per Erik Kvam, GNSS the Draft Guidelines for manufacturers for the
group project manager at implementation of SBAS in Shipborne Receivers
which are being developed thanks to the
Kongsberg Seatex collaboration of multiple EGNOS stakeholders.
To further progress in this work, GSA set up the
Per Erik Kvam, GNSS group project manager 24-month MAREC project, which is managed by
at Kongsberg Seatex, presented the status of Kongsberg, contributing to standardisation for
SOLAS and non-SOLAS applications, both for
navigation equipment and for AIS. The goal is to
provide guidelines for the implementation of SBAS
in maritime, and to contribute to work on test
specifications. Finally, Mr Erik Kvam talked about
test standards and future equipment testing.
Presentation available in this link.

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for land applications


AgroTiC is a French Monitoring Centre for allows economic and environmental savings
Digital Agriculture Adoption that aims to and also improves agronomics for their farms.
support the digitalisation of French farming. Despite all those positive facts, fewer than
Adopting GNSS and EGNOS in particular in a half of all French farmers use the GNSS
France was the topic of the presentation. Nina capabilities available on their tractors (with
Lachia confirmed that according to the survey 80% of the tractors being equipped), which
conducted by AgroTiC, EGNOS is one of the reveals that there is a lot of work yet to be done
signals used most frequently by farmers. It to engage, explain and increase awareness
is mainly used for cereal crops, but also for of GNSS in French Farming. Presentation
vineyards and orchards. Farmers benefit from available in this link.
it because it increases working convenience,


Michael Mahieu of Case New Holland require higher accuracy than is provided
presented an overview of this Italian-based by this service. He highlighted that there
company, which is part of the Chrysler-FIAT are over 150,400 CNHI customers who are
group. He explained that EGNOS is the starting using EGNOS in their farming activities. The
point for precision farming for many farmers presentation concluded with the message that
in Europe, as it is easy to use, there are no CHNI EGNOS users find the service reliable,
subscription fees and accuracy is sufficient indispensable for their field operations and a
for many applications. Nevertheless, he valuable contribution in making their farming
pointed out that as precision farming evolves more productive and sustainable. Presentation
there are more demanding applications that available in this link.


Mr Massimiliano Ciaffi, from for RFI, GNSS constellations, EGNOS and including
introduced the ERSAT Programme based local augmentation networks and signal of
on ERTMS and Satellite solutions where opportunity positioning systems. Mr Ciaffi
EGNOS is viewed as an external service to presented the Roadmap for certification and
ERTMS. ERSAT programmes are designed operational activation of the Virtual Balise,
to develop and validate EGNSS applications expected by 2023. The outcomes will include
compatible with ERTMS evolution, including the planning to migrate to a full ERTMS
the verification and testing the environment infrastructure where satellite technology is
in real-scale ERTMS railway scenarios to mandatory to reduce opex, therefore enabling
contribute to the standardization process. He a massive ERTMS deployment. Presentation
explained the architecture based on multiple available in this link.


The auditorium welcomed Mr Víctor Tarodo, represents a huge step forward when it comes
Chairman of IMBA Spain (International to accurately geo-referencing the location of
Mountain Bicycling Association) as the final the signs deployed along the routes. More
speaker at the EGNOS workshop. IMBA is than 36,000 kms have been signposted by
a non-profit association that works primarily IMBA Spain so far, with nearly 54,000 signs
to advocate for the interests of mountain deployed along the way. As a result, the use of
bikers, including accessibility to mountain EGNOS-enabled devices is now mandatory for
pathways and trails. In Spain, one major all Mountain Bike centres and routes certified
means to achieving this goal is signposting by IMBA Spain. Presentation in this link.
for trails and routes. In this activity, EGNOS

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SBAS in the world


Stefano Scarda (European Stefano Scarda, from the European Commission,
Commission) presented the EU’s leading driving forces in
promoting EGNOS beyond the EU, regulation
(EU)1285/2013 and an overview of the three
potential models that allow expandingEGNOS
beyond the EU. Presentation available in this link.


KASS System architecture programme goal is to deliver APV-I capability at
all airports in South Korea and it expects to begin
Mr Sangeun Yun of KARI provided an update the Open Service and SoL service delivery over
on the KASS system development status. The the region in 2022. The programme governance
scheme was presented, with the KPO managing
the project through system qualification and KSP
(KASS Service Provider) taking over responsibility
of the operations after that. The target KASS
system architecture and KARI’s roadmap for
reaching the SoL service declaration by 2023 were
then described, as well as the current progress
status, with the development and certification
activities already ongoing. Presentation available
in this link.


Potential APV-I availability aerodromes was identified as the key priority.
of SBAS-ASECNA system ASECNA views are validated by the support of
one of the key commercial airlines operating in
Mr Lapie of ASECNA began by confirming the the region (AirFrance). In terms of service delivery,
benefits the future SBAS-ASECNA services ASECNA expects to progressively ramp up their
would bring to the region. In particular, the SBAS system to deliver early services (L1) from
objective of having CAT-I equivalent operations 2021/2022 for NPA, APV-I and CAT-I operations. On
without additional ground infrastructure at the performance side, being close to the equator,
Mr Lapie addressed the potential impact of the
ionosphere on their system and explained that,
, they expect to maintain the APV-I availability
above 85% even in severe conditions. Finally, the
status of the ongoing architecture design study
and the planned tests (including flight trials) were
presented to the audience. Presentation available
in this link.

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Chart below shows the WAAS list of satellite based approach procedures. You can find further
information on SatNavNews.Courtesy of the FAA WAAS Team






1. ENAV receiving a LPV-200 Award. 2. Norske Luftambulanse receiving an EWA Award. 3. Ana Luxembourg
receiving an EWA Award. 4. ISAVIA receiving an LPV Award. 5. Malta Air Traffic Services receiving an LPV-200
Award. 6. Latvijas Gaisa Satiksme receiving an EWA Award.

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What’s new?
Since last bulletin...


The following EWAs have been signed in the last quarter:
SafeSkys United Kingdom
Avinor AS Norway
Györ-Per Hungary

LPV, LPV-200, PinS & APV Baro procedures published (including AIRAC
cycle 2019 #12– 07/11/2019)

Next graph shows, the number of procedures LPV, LPV-200, PinS, APV-Baro, LPV-Hel and LPV200-
Hel. The total number is

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Upcoming Events


10 - 15 A new edition of the World ATM Congress, the most
March important Air Navigation Services Providers (ANSPs)
congress in the world, will be held again in Madrid
between 10th-12th March 2016.
Operated by CANSO BV in association with the Air
Traffic Control Association (ATCA), the event provides
an excellent opportunity for worldwide ANSPs and the
ATM Industry to meet. Visitors will have the chance
to walk the exhibition and enjoy a large number of
free conferences.

EGNOS will be present at Stand XXX

EGNOS applications. Developers platform. Business support.
Information on historical and real-time EGNOS performance. EGNOS Signal in Space (SIS) status. Forecast on SIS

availability and EGNOS performance. EDAS information and registration. EGNOS adoption material and tools.

For questions & information


+34 911 236 555
[email protected]

Disclaimer: EGNOS is a complex technical system and the users have certain obligations to exercise due care in using the EGNOS services. Before any use of the EGNOS services, all users should review the EGNOS SoL Service Definition
Document (¨SDD¨) and/or EGNOS Open Service SDD (both available on the ESSP SAS website in order to understand if and how they can use these EGNOS services, as well as to familiarise themselves with their
respective performance level and other aspects the services may offer. Use of an EGNOS service implies acceptance of its corresponding SDD specific terms and conditions of use, including liability.
In case of doubt the users and other parties should contact the ESSP SAS helpdesk at [email protected] Aviation Users may also contact their National Supervisory Authority.
Data and information (the ¨Data¨) provided in this document are for information purpose only. ESSP SAS disclaims all warranties of any kind (whether express or implied) to any party and/or for any use of the Data including, but not limited
to, their accuracy, integrity, reliability and fitness for a particular purpose or user requirements.
Text and pictures that are part of the Data may be protected by property rights. Any use shall require the prior written agreement of ESSP SAS.

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