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  • GNSS / PBN seminar – satellite navigation for pilots, instructors and ATOs

    Date: 03.08.2018

    GNSS / PBN seminar – satellite navigation for pilots, instructors and ATOs Let us invite you to a two-day seminar focused on global navigation satellite systems and performance based navigation for aviation. It is not neglecting Commission Regulation (EU) 2016/539 of 6 April 2016 amending Regulation (EU) No 1178/2011 neither. The seminar is being organised by the GCE together with...
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  • Cirrus Safety Days 2018

    Date: 25.02.2018

    Regular instructor seminar and a review training for pilots Cirrus Safety Days 2018 took place on 22. – 23.2. in the premises of CATC, this seminar was open both to professional pilots of Cirrus Aircraft Management s.r.o. as well as to public. This year brought many interesting guests such as Keith Smith, Miloš Kvapil, MUDr. David Melechovský, Aleš Kurka, Dobroslav...
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  • Third call of EGNOS Adoption Granting scheme is now open

    Date: 12.02.2018

    We are happy to inform you that the 3rd Call supporting EGNOS Adoption in aviation has been bublished by GSA. The total available budget is 10 million €. The call will be open for applications until 21st May. For the supporting documentation, please visit https://www.gsa.europa.eu/egnos-adoption-aviation-0 The very first Info Session towards the EGNOS 3rd Call will be held at the...
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  • GCE´s activities presented on GSA website

    Date: 30.04.2017

    One of the many common activities of GNSS Centre of Excellence and European GNSS Agency was presented on the official website of GSA, under the headline “AERO 2017 shows EGNOS benefits”. The article is focusing on presenting the activities introduced under the project CaBilAvi within the HORIZON2020 framework, which were introduced during the international Aero Friedrichshafen fair in Germany this...
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  • Video spot from AERO2017

    Date: 17.04.2017

    A short presentation about a project CaBilAvi, provided by Mr. Dobeš, during the fair Aero Friedrichshafen 2017 which took place at the beginning of April, was included in a video spot by airZone TV (currently the largest and the first aviation related television in the Czech Republic). Mr. Dobeš, a director of GNSS Centre of Excellence, has shortly presented the...
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  • Czech-China cooperative meeting with GLAC

    Date: 14.04.2017

    GNSS Centre of Excellence is a proud organiser of cooperative meeting between Czech association (GCE) and GNSS and LBS Association of China (GLAC). Partners of both associations together with state representatives will have an opportunity to meet, share and discuss future cooperation. Main topic of this meeting is “Technologies and applications based on GNSS and LBS and their utilisation in...
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  • Second Workshop of the RHINOS project

    Date: 09.03.2017

    The second Workshop of the European project RHINOS is going to be held at GSA agency HQ in Prague, Janovského 2, Prague 7 on 23rd and 24th of March. The project is supported by European Commission under the HORIZON2020 program. The objective of the H2020 RHINOS (Railway High Integrity Navigation Overlay System) project is to demonstrate fulfilment of high safety...
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  • PF 2017

    Date: 20.12.2016

    Merry Christmas and prosperous 2017 wishing you team of GNSS Centre of Excellence.
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  • GCE´s visibility at „Safety a Security Praha 2016“ conference

    Date: 25.11.2016

    This year´s annual conference „Safety a Security Praha 2016“ took place at Vaclav Havel Airport Prague on the 24th of November 2016. This is already a traditional conference focused on the issues of protection against unlawful acts and operational safety in civil aviation, which is organized by Prague Airport a.s. together with Vysoká Škola Obchodní (University College of Business in...
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  • Launch of New Galileo Navigation Quartet

    Date: 17.11.2016

    An Ariane 5 rocket has launched four additional Galileo satellites, accelerating deployment of the new satellite navigation system. The Ariane 5, operated by Arianespace, lifted off from Europe’s Spaceport in Kourou, French Guiana at 13:06 GMT (14:06 CET, 10:06 local time) carrying Galileo satellites 15–18. The first pair was released 3 hours 35 minutes and 44 seconds after liftoff, while...
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