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EGNOS and Galileo

EGNOS and Galileo

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EGNOS and Galileo

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  1. Fostering the economic and social benefits of EGNOS and Galileo Pedro Pedreira Executive Director European GNSS Supervisory Authority Galileo/EGNOS applications and services – the way forward EPP-ED Group Hearing, European Parliament, Brussels 12 June 2008

  2. A huge – mostly untapped – opportunity. This potential will not be reached all by itself: proactive action is needed and the clock is ticking. Concession was supposed to develop the market: now Commission must fill the gap. Need the right tools: specialised skills, know-how, resources, focus, results. EGNOS is NOW, better not wait for a second chance. 5 truths of Galileo/EGNOS applications

  3. Forecasts GNSS enabled mobile phones sold 2011 Millions per year Forecasts personal navigation devices sold 2011 Millions per year CAGR 41% 27% 25% 18% Note: graphs have been extrapolated based on published data from sources, colours refer to different sources Sources: Berg Insight, iSuppli, in-stat Satellite navigation is booming

  4. 62.8 3.1 11.0 Estimated incremental benefit for Europe stemming from the introduction of Galileo and EGNOS, over the period 2008-2030 44.6 4.1 Galileo and EGNOS willcreate additional benefit for Europe € b Impact on employment ~1,400 ~20,800 ~22,200 Source: L.E.K. analysis

  5. Galileo’s success drivers Create awareness and sympathy Cooperate to accelerate uptake beyond Europe Demand: Stimulate usage to reap economic and social benefits Demonstrate benefits and reliability Ensure fair pricing and quality of services Exploit GNSS systems, maximising direct benefits and externalities Ensure adequate regulatory framework Promote standardisation Supply: Ensure competiti-veness and promote innovation Stimulate downstream industry (receivers, applications) Create value and project Europe’s image through the European GNSS programme Ensure competitiveness of the system Ensure system usage through security accreditation Increasing market orientation Demonstrate compliance through certification Align design with demand and ensure usability Set up operational and commercial structures Build and operate the system in an effective way Ensure system consistency with user needs Ensure delivery in-time, in-spec, with minimum cost Effective project management Competitive procurement Specs compatible with basic requirements, budget and schedule To reap the benefit,two action lines need to be followed Developing Demand and Supply Ensuring Full Operational Capability in time

  6. Coordination of the value chainis necessary Communic. & other complem. services Space infrastructure operators Satellites & ground equip. suppliers GNSS Signal Providers Platform & receivers suppliers Content & applicationsproviders Satellite operators Chipset suppliers Launch services PNT serviceproviders Device suppliers Deployment of the Systems Development of Services and Applications A key factor of coordination of the value chain is a reliable deployment schedule

  7. Developing Demand and Supply • Assessing the potential and maturity of market segments and supporting development accordingly • Putting in place regulatory enablers (e.g., certification, standardisation, regulations) • Looking out for market distortions (e.g., market dominance, shortfalls) • Motivating and supporting initiatives that pursue promising business models • Demonstrating the differentiators and benefits of EGNOS • Preparing the commercialisation of the signals in space

  8. Assessing the potential andmaturity of market segments • Road VAS • Road Pricing High • LBS innovation • LBS social • Road Fleet management • Aviation general • Aviation commercial • Road Congestion • Timing • Aviation airports Segment attractiveness (size, growth) • Rail Medium • Road Emergency/ Security • Surveying • Security • Maritime Low Low Medium High Public Utility (impact on public benefits)

  9. Analysis Implementation Development of hybrid technologies 1 A. LBS Market context and obstacles B. Analysis of enablers and stakeholders C. Assess GSA levers and define strategy D. Targeted action plan E. EU-wide promotion F. Results and actions monitoring I. Poor (indoor) positioning performance Introduction of EGNOS and Galileo 2 Application trials to demonstrate business potential 3 II. Unproven business model Regulatory push to implement accurate location e112 4 Ensure availability of cheap GNSS enabled mobile phones 5 III. Stringent mobile phone cost and form factor requirements Stimulate competition among tier-1 GNSS mobile phone manufacturers 6 Standardise content formats, interfaces and processes 7 IV. Lack of content and difficulties with integration Accelerate content availability 8 Supporting market enablers

  10. Road: road tolling and other GNSS-based applications LBS: applications that demonstrate market potential for LBS services and maturity of technology SMEs: stimulate innovation, networking and co-operation among SMEs, demonstrate the benefits of EGNOS and Galileo. EGNOS in aviation: accelerate adoption of EGNOS in regional airlines, general aviation, helicopters and ground operations International: promote Galileo beyond the EU borders and create new opportunities for industry Mass market receivers: develop core receiver technologies for Galileo/EGNOS Motivating new entrants and promising business models

  11. Promoting EGNOS Special Topic Prize The Most Promising EGNOS Application Idea Starting in 2008 • CDDS Beta Test • 2 Demonstration/Trial projects on Aviation applications • 3 Demonstration/Trial projects on LBS applications • 2 Demonstration/Trial projects on Road applications

  12. EGNOSfrom technology to service 2008 2009 2010 Operational Phase Open Signal SoL Service for Aviation • From 2009, EGNOS the showcase for Galileo • The EU is now taking the market risk formerly to be taken by the concessionaire • The experience with the operational and commercial structuring of EGNOS should reduce the risk for Galileo The critical success factor of EGNOS is market-oriented management

  13. Paving the wayto Galileo services • Commercial approach to: • Enable risk sharing with the private sector • Provide incentives for efficiency • Fulfil market expectations of quality of service • A commercial system requires: • Demand-oriented design of the system • Definition of Service Models (CS, SoL, PRS) • Operational and commercial structures set up well in advance of FOC • Market-entry strategy

  14. Conclusion Galileo and EGNOS will bring substantial benefits to European industry, users and society. • To reap the benefits, it is necessary to: • Ensure that the systems will reach Full Operational Capability in time • Develop demand and supply of PNT services • The Commission has to set up the means to: • Ensure the public utility of the systems • Replace the role of the former concessionaire in developing the market for the commercial services