As EC revamps Galileo, project leaders urged to focus on ‘open’ signal and confirm timetable
Pressure is mounting on Galileo planners to sharpen their focus on the essentials and postpone tackling the more controversial features of the European satellite navigation system so further delays can be avoided. The European Commission is due to issue a document on Sept. 19 outlining the cost of shifting the project from a public-private partnership (PPP) to one fully funded with public money, with the private sector relegated to running the system. The document will detail the risks ...
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