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ESSP – EGNOS Service Provider
Warsaw Meeting
February 24th 2010
ESSP Introduction
AENA
DFS
DGAC
ENAV
NATS
SKYGUIDE
NAV
European Satellite
Services Provider
ESSP Status (1/2)
 ESSP EEIG founded in 2001
 Mission: Operation of EGNOS
 HQ: Brussels
 ESSP SAS created in 2008
 Mission: Navigation Service Provider
 OS & SoL services
 HQ: Toulouse
 SPU: Madrid
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ESSP Status (2/2)
 ESA Initial Operation Phase (IOP)
 Ended April 2009
 EGNOS Signal Continuity Provision (ESCP)
 6 Month: Ended in October 2009
 EGNOS Service Provision (ESP)
 Contract signed 30 September 2009 for 51 months
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ESSP Organisation & Location
Toulouse:
HQ
System Operation Unit
P&A, Safety and Security
Madrid:
Service Provision Unit
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Introduction to EGNOS
Central Management
entity for the EGNOS
Service Provision
18 Oct
26
Jan 2009
2010
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EGNOS Programme Overview
April 2009
Jul 2005
EGNOS
Development
System Operations and Maintenance
Operations
Prep Phase
System Initial Operations
Operations
Definition
Review
Ramp Up
Stabilization
Operations
Qualification
Review
Qualification
EGNOS
System Development
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Service
Validation
Review
Initial Service Provision
EGNOS Evolutions
& Maintenance Programme
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EGNOS Services Schedule
2009
2011
2010
today
ESSP certified
MTO/2 on
MT0 off
Obs. period
V2.2ext,
- Performance campaign
- TF part EC-EGNOS
checking
- TF part ESSP production
V 2.2 ext DoV +
Sol Readiness
Sol Declaration
to users
V 2.3.1 DoV
OS available
Obs. period
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SoL available
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EGNOS System Architecture
GEO
GPS
RIMS
NLES
EWAN
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EGNOS elements
3 Satellites
EGNOS
GPS
&
GLONASS
6 NLES
Navigation
Land Earth
Stations
34 RIMS +
7 under
deployment
4 MCC
Mission
Control
Centers
2 Support
Facilities
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EWAN EGNOS Wide Area Network
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EGNOS elements
Space Segment
•3 Geostationary Satellites
Footprint is not Service Coverage!!
PRN120 Inmarsat AOR-E
PRN124 ESA Artemis
PRN126 Inmarsat IOR-W
EGNOS Space Segment status
•PRN120 and PRN124 broadcast EGNOS messages
•Operational signal (test mode), since July 2006
•Broadcast EGNOS messages MT0/2 usable by non-SoL users
•PRN126 is used by industry for EGNOS System Releases tests
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EGNOS coverage
SDCM
GAGAN
EGNOS is an integral part
of 3 other existing inter-regional GNSS systems
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EGNOS performances
APV-I availability 99% over the ECAC
Horizontal/Vertical Position Error typically
less than 2m/4m over the service area
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EGNOS & Galileo
 EGNOS is a key contribution to the success of
Galileo
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As a precursor of Galileo
By facilitating Galileo's entry into service
By permitting direct savings in operating costs
By exploring and reserving the market
By enabling interoperability with GPS
By favoring industrial developments
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EGNOS Status
EGNOS Services
 EGNOS Open Service (OS)
 Service Declaration: 1st October 2009
 Service Definition Document available
 http://www.essp-sas.eu/docs/printed_documents/egnos_sdd_os_v1.pdf
 EGNOS Safety-of-Life (SoL) Service
 Service Declaration: Planned mid 2010
 EC Single European Sky Certification & Verification process
 Commercial Data Distribution Service (CDDS)
 Service under definition by EC / GSA
 Available mid 2010
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EGNOS in Aviation
Benefits of EGNOS for Civil aviation
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EGNOS Applications
EGNOS Services Provider
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EGNOS Advantages
 EGNOS has been designed to meet stringent
requirements coming from Aviation and therefore is
also suitable for many other users and applications:
 Accuracy of positioning is improved up to 1 and 2 meters
horizontally and between 2 and 4 meters vertically
 Accuracy of timing is improved to better than 10
nanoseconds
 Integrity and safety is improved by broadcasting alerts within
a few seconds of the occurrence of a failure in GPS and by
providing a level of confidence on the position computation
with EGNOS
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EGNOS Aplications
 Thanks to the accuracy improvement of the
EGNOS, many other users could benefit
from EGNOS for wide range of applications:
 Agriculture users could reduce the usage of
fertilizers, reduce costs and help the environment
 Maritime users can profit from the better
accuracy for harbor navigation or inland
navigation
 Terrestrial users can benefit from enhanced
tracking system
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Market introduction
Operations
Services
System Operations
System Initial Operations
2009
Open Service
Commercial Data Distribution Service
Free beta trial from 2009
Safety of Life Service
Markets
2010
Location Based Services
Professional Applications
Road
Maritime
Rail
Aviation
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Road
Liability-critical applications
Road Tolling
Public Fleet Management
Safety & Emergency Services
Dangerous Goods Monitoring
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Rail
Rail Transport
Traffic Management for low density lines
Wagon Fleet Management
Dangerous Goods Transport
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Maritime
Open Sea and Coastal navigation
EGNOS fulfils IMO Requirements
Inland Navigation
River Information System
Dangerous Goods Monitoring
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Agriculture
Application
category
Application field
Required
accuracy level
Arable
High-value crop cultivation (e.g. potatoes and
vegetables) and/ or precision operations (sowing and
transplanting)
c.2cm
Low-value crop cultivation (e.g. cereals) and lowaccuracy operations (fertilising and reaping)
c.1m
Dairy
Individual livestock positioning and virtual fencing
2-5m
Agro-logistic
Land parcel identification/ geo-traceability, post
harvest pick-up and supervised tracking of livestock,
manure, etc.
c.2.5m
Legislation/
management
Field measurement and boundary mapping and
updating
c.2.5m
Source: GSA/EC
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EGNOS application
domain
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Agriculture
Traditionally, precision agriculture
have been characterised by significant
equipment investment and costs
related to usage
EGNOS can offer an affordable
precision solution
EGNOS value added
• Enhance precision
• Eliminate waste and overapplication of fertilisers and
herbicides
• Save time and money
• Reduce fatigue
• Extend equipment lifetime by
optimizing its use
• Provide geo-traceability
• Optimise crop yields
• Increase profit margins
Source: GSA/EC
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Briefing
Contact ESSP
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ESSP Website:
 www.essp-sas.eu
EGNOS User Support:
 Website: http://egnos-user-support.essp-sas.eu/
 Helpdesk: [email protected]
Service Provision Unit
 Jose Luis Fernández ([email protected])
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Service Development Team
 Miguel A. Sanchez ([email protected])
 F. Javier de Blas ([email protected])
 Mission Technical Team
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 Javier Gomez ([email protected])
Communication
 Pilar Azcarraga ([email protected])
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