The ERSAT GGC project is a further step of the ERSAT program (ERtms + SATellite), which started in 2012
The ERSAT programme aims at the integration of satellite technologies (EGNSS, GALILEO) with the ERTMS platform
ERSAT GGC focus is on the certification process, developing suitable methodologies and tools

The ERSAT GGC project aims to certify EGNSS resources according to the ERTMS standard. The ERSAT program (ERtms + SATellite) was started in 2012 by the Italian Rail Infrastructure Manager RFI in collaboration with Ansaldo STS for the integration of satellite technologies on the ERTMS platform.

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ION GNSS+ 2018 28 September 2018 The programme of the event is available HERE

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ERSAT GGC project dissemination at RailLive congress 7 May 2018 The ERSATGGC project was mentioned during the RailLive congress on 18th April, within the presentation “Developing GNSS for the rail industry”. Juliette Marais mentioned the work carried out in the ERSAT GGC project as one of the ongoing activities participating to the introduction of GNSS in the ...

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ERSAT GGC project presented at UIC Global Conference on Signalling, the Evolution of ERTMS 7 May 2018 On 27th  March 2018, the ERSATGGC project has been presented during the UIC Global Conference on Signalling, within the session “Game Changer: The synergy between Level 3 and Satellite integration”. The session was dedicated to discussing the current technical trends and main projects for ...

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KOM (12 January Prague) 27 February 2018 The first kick-off meeting of the ERSAT GGC project took place in Prague, in the presence of all the experts in the consortium. In particular, each WP Leader presented the work to be done for his WP and the economic-financial aspect of the project was discussed.

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No: 776039

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