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GNSS.asia, financed under Horizon 2020, the EU's Framework Programme for Research and Innovation, has the objective to develop and implement GNSS industrial cooperation activities between the GNSS industry in Europe and Asia-Pacific, focusing on the downstream sector (applications and receivers).
Industrial collaboration in the international context of the GNSS downstream sector is becoming increasingly important, as Galileo moves towards operational readiness and services oriented towards global applications are being tested. To facilitate industrial cooperation between Europe and Asia-Pacific, GNSS.asia provides a comprehensive range of free-of-charge, hands-on support services. GNSS.asia has the following objectives:
The GNSS.asia platform aims to stimulate the creation of industrial partnerships through a series of activities, including workshops, industry seminars, thematic events and round tables, both in Asia and in the EU. Above and beyond its geographic reach in India, China, Taiwan, Korea and Japan, GNSS.asia is also set to foster industrial cooperation in a wider multi-GNSS territory, which includes Australia and a number of selected countries in South-East Asia.
The GNSS.asia consortium brings together key European and Asian organisations, which have long-standing experiences in fostering EU-Asian industrial cooperation and a proven track record in GNSS activities. In order to maximise the project’s impact, the consortium works in close collaboration with prominent Asian companies, industry associations and research organisations. The GNSS.asia team will continue to assess market areas of mutual interest, present a GNSS industrial overview and provide support for industrial cooperation between EU and Asian GNSS players.
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GNSS.asia is funded by the European Union within Horizon 2020, the EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation, under grant agreement no 641615.