Gabriella Povero, from the Space and Navigation Technologies Area, is participating in the activities carried on in Indonesia by BELS+, project funded by the European Union that is helping European companies producing goods based on satellite navigation technology to penetrate the Southeast Asian market.
On July 17th, Gabriella presented the Galileo system to the attendees of the BELS+ workshop on “GNSS technologies and application for a sustainable development: the European contribution to robust and precise positioning”. The workshop has been hosted and organized by LAPAN, the Indonesian National Institute of Aeronautics and Space, in its Bandung premises, in collaboration with the National Science and Technology Development Agency (NSTDA), Thailand, and the Hanoi University of Technology (HUST), Vietnam, partners of the BELS+ Project.
On July 18th and 19th, she will join the two-day Training on “European GNSS Solutions for high accuracy positioning” presenting Galileo, its characteristics and its signals to young southeast Asian researchers and scientists interested in GNSS technology.
The two BELS+ events involved more than 60 Indonesian and southeast Asian researchers and GNSS stakeholders.