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  1. Galileo’s Commercial Potential Peter Lambert-Cole

  2. Commercial Impetus • Main investors are private corporations • Services designed for profit • Addition to infrastructure of business, thereby creating greater efficiency • Tangent benefits to law enforcement, first-responders as well

  3. Potential of Galileo • “Navigation for navigation's sake will not drive applications. • “Uptake pushed forward by services that add value to data” • “Huge potential for internet-linked services run off mobiles. e.g. finding a restaurant, and directing you to nearest ATM” Source: BBC News 28 Dec 2005

  4. Main Technology Goals • Aviation • Maritime • Rail • Road • Pedestrian • Indoor • Offshore Oil • Land Survey

  5. Consortium • Two groups, iNavSat and Eurely awarded the contract, along with right to operate and profit from Galileo until 2020 • Comprises large corporations from UK, France, Spain, and Italy • Estimated value: 10 Billion Euros/year by 2020 • Private funding for Galileo: 2.1 Billion Euros Source: BBC News 27 June 2005

  6. 5 Services • Open Access - This will be 'free to air' and for use by the mass market; Simple timing and positioning down to 1m • Commercial - Encrypted; High accuracy at the cm scale; Guaranteed service for which service providers will charge fees • Safety of Life - Open service; For applications where guaranteed accuracy is essential; Integrity messages warn of errors • Public Regulated - Encrypted; Continuous availability even in time of crisis; Government agencies will be main users • Search and Rescue - System will pick up distress beacon locations; Feasible to send feedback, confirming help is on its way Source: BBC News 28 Dec 2005

  7. Compatibility • Intend to integrate Galileo into existing technology of business and commerce • Will meet standardization and certification requirements of ICAO, IMO, EUROCAE, and RTCA • Also, meets technological specifications for cell phones (3GPP)

  8. Local Services • To provide services in difficult environments, esp. indoors • Differential Reference Station • Pseudolites • Local Integrity Monitors

  9. Authentication • RSA Encryption • Only present in “certified” receivers, not simple ones • Cuts down on “spoofing” by eliminating counterfeit Galileo signals

  10. Transportation - Roads • Traffic monitoring • Fleet management • Maneuvering Aid? • Best Route • Tolls assesment

  11. Rail • Locate passengers, freight, trains • Reduce distance between trains, therefore increase traffic • Passenger Information

  12. Air • Coordinate planes in flight, increase total planes in air • Coordinate taxing of planes at airport • Automatic landing • Monitoring/surveillance where Radar does not exist • Passenger Information

  13. Telecommunications • Location of cell phones • LBS: Location Based Services • Location Billing • Universal time reference

  14. Finance/Insurance • Track insured goods • Secure time-stamping of legal documents, corporate documents, etc…

  15. Miscellaneous • Traffic analysis • Construction site management • Infrastructure monitoring