ARIADNA is keen to know how GNSS - regardless of the constellation used - is leveraged all around the world in the public transport and urban mobility domains. This will help the project [Read More...]
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We are happy to announce that our recently launched survey on cities’ needs regarding post COVID-19 urban mobility is attracting attention from different publications. The ARIADNA survey aims to understand how space services can [Read More...]
The COVID-19 global crisis has taught us the hard way the direct impact transport has on the environment. Indeed, one of the very few positive outcomes of the pandemic has been air pollution dramatically [Read More...]
ARIADNA project started in December 2019 in Prague, kindly hosted (and funded) by the European GNSS Agency (GSA), with the major ambition to raise awareness and help increase #useGalileo in the public transport [Read More...]
The consortium has worked together over the last few weeks in a creative, iterative process, to develop a brochure that recaps the ARIADNA project in a visually attractive way. The brochure will help project [Read More...]
Great work often results from teamwork, something we also know in the ARIADNA project. Therefore, this week the ARIADNA consortium had a (virtual) meeting with the SIA project, to see how both can [Read More...]
Auxilia is proud to be part of the European project ARIADNA. ARIADNA will help transportation & mobility players innovate by using Galileo - the European global satellite-based navigation system. Startups, SMEs, please get [Read More...]
To promote the ARIADNA project, the International Association of Public Transport (UITP) published the article ‘Expanding Mobility Horizons: New project ARIADNA kicks-off’. UITP is a key partner in ARIADNA; as a passionate champion of [Read More...]
Prague's European GNSS Agency - home to the Galileo satellite - was where ARIADNA officially kicked off on 8 January 2020. The European Global Navigation Satellite Systems Agency (EGNSS) was of course the right [Read More...]