GIC participated in the International Congress of Engineering and Geoeconomics organized by ENES Juriquilla (UNAM)
From October 24 to 28, the International Congress of Engineering and Geoeconomics became the meeting point between higher education institutions and national and international research centers that innovate and develop cutting-edge science and technology.
The International Congress on Engineering and Geoeconomics was organized by the Escuela Nacional de Estudios Superiores (ENES) of the Universidad Autónoma de México (UNAM). On October 26, under the theme “Aerospace Engineering“, the Galileo Information Center offered the conference “Galileo: The European Union’s Global Navigation Satellite System and the Galileo Information Center for Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean“.
Dr. José Alberto Ramírez presented the center and the services it offers, and Elena Megias, the center’s coordinator, spoke about Galileo, the global satellite navigation system, highlighting the differentiating factors of Galileo and the applications and market segments that benefit from the use of this system, providing great added value.
The conference generated great interest among the attendees who asked interesting questions regarding how new services are added to the Galileo program, how to read the Galileo signal, how Galileo improves positional accuracy, what is planned to be done with the satellites when their life cycle is over and what is an ionospheric model for, among others.
For further information you can access the conference from the following link: International Congress of Engineering and Geoeconomics.