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Galileo Safety of Life (SoL)

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GALILEOGALILEO
Title Galileo Safety of Life (SoL)
Edited by GMV
Level Basic
Year of Publication 2011

The GALILEO System will be an independent, global, European-controlled, satellite-based navigation system and will provide a number of guaranteed services to users equipped with Galileo-compatible receivers. One of these services is the GALILEO Safety-of-Life Service (SoL) which improves the Open Service performance through the provision of timely warnings to the user when it fails to meet certain margins of accuracy (integrity)[1].

As of 2011, the SoL service is being re-profiled[2]; one of the solutions under assessment being ARAIM.


References

  1. ^ European Space Agency (ESA) - Galileo Services
  2. ^ “Status of Galileo and EGNOS” Presentation at the 7th annual meeting of the International Committee on GNSS (ICG-7), held November 17-22, 2012, in Beijing, China.
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