DEIMOS Engenharia is a private Portuguese company founded in 2002, operating in aerospace activities, and is part of the Elecnor Group. Elecnor is a large Spanish group specialised in integrated management and promotion of projects and infrastructure development.
Being also a member of the Elecnor Deimos Group DEIMOS Space has a relevant and applicable background and recognised experience in Galileo and GNSS Technology in general, and in the signal processing techniques and navigation algorithms in particular.
TECNALIA is the first leading private and independent research and technology organisation in Spain and the 5th largest in Europe, employing 1445 expert and international people (164 PhDs), income of 118M€ and over 4.000 clients.
The Nottingham Geospatial Institute (NGI) is part of the Faculty of Engineering at the University of Nottingham. The Faculty has 2,800 undergraduate and 1,000 postgraduate students in the UK. It has approximately 375 research active staff and incorporates many world-class Research Groups, Centres and Institutes.
Both its teaching and research activities make DICII one of the most active departments of Tor Vergata University of Rome. Its permanent staff presently consists of 72 full, associate and assistant professors, and the total number of active people exceeds 130.
ENGEMAP Engenharia e Mapeamento Ltda is specialized in Geographic Information Technology, and it provides a solid know-how to Geotechnology and Cartographic Engineering with innovative solutions in mapping....
UNESP was created in 1976. It has consolidated a project joining scientific, technological, economic, cultural and social development committed to democratic principles and clearly conscious of its status of a governmental institution, inserted and highly active in Brazilian society.
MundoGEO Publishing was created in 1998 with the mission of being the convergence point of the geomatics community and location services, trading experiences, professional updating and business generation.