The GALILEA project addresses local elements innovative aspects.

It focuses new methods and algorithms to locally predict, monitor and improve the service performance in near real time.

The project duration is 12 Months, starting from March 2006.

The consortium consists of two SMEs, two Universities, and one Federal Authority.

Expected Outcomes

One of the most challenging outcome is to provide to the users preventive information on the trend of the SISE, giving them the possibility to predict some time in advance a change of integrity flag status and then to operate with safer margin.


For SoL users, the SISE prediction in near real time is an essential information to enhance the continuity of the service, whenever the user is involved in critical operations. Further, for open service users, relying on low cost single frequency terminals, atmospheric corrections, in addition to differential corrections, will add a significant added value to the standard service.

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