New project financed from FP7 Marie Curie Actions - Industry Academia Partnerships and Pathways (IAPP)
New project financed from FP7 Marie Curie Actions - Industry Academia Partnerships and Pathways (IAPP)
EGALITE is the international project run by Silesian University of Technology (POLAND), Pildo Labs (SPAIN), LG Nexera (AUSTRIA)
EGALITE is the international project run by Silesian University of Technology (POLAND), Pildo Labs (SPAIN), LG Nexera (AUSTRIA)
By research performed in intersectorial environment, the training of academic and industrial researchers will follow and the knowledge will be transferred between the two sectors
By research performed in intersectorial environment, the training of academic and industrial researchers will follow and the knowledge will be transferred between the two sectors
Key issues of EGALITE are:  EGNOS/Galileo, GNSS flight test & validation platform, Flight simulators,  Emergency detection and handling
Key issues of EGALITE are: EGNOS/Galileo, GNSS flight test & validation platform, Flight simulators, Emergency detection and handling
EGALITE as intersectoral transfer of knowledge

The EGALITE project is designed for intersectorial transfer of knowledge and staff training between large university from Poland, Silesian University of Technology, and two efficient SMEs: Pildo from Spain and LG Nexera from Austria. The project will achieve this goal in the field of multi-sensors mobility applications for emergency prevention and handling using European EGNOS/Galileo global navigation satellite system (GNSS). Through collaborative research programme, the partners will develop prototypes of original and innovative terrestrial and aviation GNSS applications. 

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The second annual EGALITE workshop has been held in Vienna, at LG Nexera venue, in the third week of August (20th - 22nd of August 2014). Download agenda

The MidTerm Review meeting took place in Gliwice on 3rd December 2013. The legal representatives of the European Commission, the Management and the secondees (having secondements in the past or in the present) were present at the MTR meeting. 

In first week of June (1st – 3rd of July 2013) the annual workshop took place in Barcelona. The main goal was training and dissemination dimension.