ERIG - Education, Research and Innovation in GNSS

Europe needs to ensure that the right mechanisms are employed to ensure that these foundations are in place. If it does not, it is certain that competitors elsewhere in the world will derive the benefits of the Galileo system that Europe has funded. It is the purpose of this study – Education, Research and Innovation in GNSS (ERIG) - to set out the roadmap for future education, research and innovation activities to ensure that Europe does succeed in this. A consortium of fourteen European partners has been formed to undertake the ERIG study and to make recommendations that will inform the detailed definition of the Galileo activities in the 7th Framework Programme.

Class International project
Status Completed (30/06/2008)
Type European Research Projects
Lenght 21 months
Management

ESYS plc (UK)

Partners
  • ESYS plc (UK)
  • Danish GPS Centre Aalborg University (Denmark)
  • Ecole Navigationale de L’Aviation Civile (France)
  • University of the Federal Armed Forces Munich (Germany)
  • University of Porto (Portugal)
  • University of Nottingham (UK)
  • University College London (UK)
  • Imperial College London (UK)
  • University of Warmia and Mazury (Poland)
Participants
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