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  1. GalileoEurope’s Satellite Navigation System Professor Terry Moore

  2. Galileo Key Features • Global, European-led under civil control • Independent but compatible & interoperable with GPS • A wide range of services to be offered • Galileo is open to international partnerships • No. of satellites 30 MEO • Constellation 3 planes, 120° • Altitude 23222 km • Inclination 56° • Ground repeat 10 days

  3. How will Galileo Work?

  4. Current Services Definition Open Service (OS) Commercial Service (CS) Safety-of-Life Service (SoL) Public Regulated Service (PRS) Search and Rescue Service (S&R)

  5. GALILEO Service Performance

  6. Galileo Architecture Space Segment Users Satellite control Integrity and Navigation Uplink Control and processing centres Sensor stations Networks

  7. Galileo Signals

  8. Galileo Cost Estimate and Original Schedule 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009… DEF Galileo Design and validation Full Galileo Space and Ground Segments DDV Operational Galileo DEP Definition Phase OPS Design Development & In-Orbit Validation Phase Deployment Phase Long-term Operations & Replenishment Phase 80 M€ 1.2 B€ 2.2 B € 220 M€ per yr

  9. Galileo Implementation Steps

  10. Galileo System Test Bed Satellites Giove-A Giove-B GSTB-V2 / B GSTB-V2 / A • Lift-off mass 450 kg • Power demand 600 W • Stowed Dimensions 1.3 m x 1.74 m x 1.4 m • Lift-off mass 523 kg • Power demand 943 W • Stowed Dimensions: 0.955 m x 0.955 m x 2.4 m

  11. Giove-A Launch28 December 2005

  12. Giove-A Launch28 December 2005

  13. Galileo IOV Spacecraft • Nav Payload 115 kg, 780W • SAR Payload 20kg, 100W • 4 satellites • Ariane, Soyuz, Proton, Zenit • Lift-off mass 680 kg • Power demand 1.6 kW • Stowed Dimensions 2.7 m x 1.2 m x 1.1 m

  14. Galileo Overall Schedule

  15. GalileoPublic Private Partnership • Funding • 1/3 Public • 2/3 Private • Public sector develops the system • Private sector deploys and operates system • Public sector supports market development • Private sector develops commercial business

  16. Current Galileo Structure

  17. Management of the Concession Process EuropeanCommission ESA Third countries GALILEOJoint Undertaking Respect of concession terms Selection GNSS SupervisoryAuthority System Operator:Concessionaire Security measures Centre for Securityand Safety

  18. Merged Consortium for Galileo Concession • Merged Consortium founded by iNavSat and Eurely • Complementary consortia • Addition of TeleOp (t-systems, EADS, DLR & Förderbank Bayern) • Merged Consortium has 8 equal partners

  19. Galileo Concession Management Structure

  20. Brussels Agreement • On 5 Dec 2005 agreement between partners of the prospective Galileo concession was signed in Brussels • Endorsed by EC • Moderator Karel van Miert • Supported by Governments • Key points are the distribution of assets: • HQ of Galileo Concession Holder in Toulouse (F) • HQ of Galileo Operations Company in London (GB) • Galileo Control Centres in Oberpfaffenhofen (D) and Fucino (I) • Performance Eval Centres in Oberpfaffenhofen (D) and Fucino (I) • Safety-of-Life Control Centre (& GCS) in Spain

  21. Galileo Implementation Steps

  22. Contact Details Professor Terry Moore IESSG The University of Nottingham University Park Nottingham NG7 2RD United Kingdom • Telephone: +44 (0) 115 951 3886 • Fax: +44 (0) 115 951 3881 • Email: terry.moore@nottingham.ac.uk • WWW: www.nottingham.ac.uk/iessg