Thursday, 24 November 2016
MOBNET presented at the NIDV Symposium & Exhibition on November 17th 2016
As a first introduction, Eduard IJsselmuiden at the stand of Delft Dynamics presented the leaflet of the MOBNET project to the public.
The annual NIDV Symposium & Exhibition took place in the AHOY exhibition halls in Rotterdam in The Netherlands and is a meeting point for professionals in the defense and security field.
Delegates of the Dutch ministry of economic affairs found this project to be of social importance.
Tuesday, 22 November 2016
The current regulatory system for drones in the European Union is based on fragmented rules, with many Member States having already regulated or planning to regulate some aspects of civil drones with an operating mass of 150 kg or less.
The EASA (European Aviation Safety Agency) has the responsibility for drones over 150kg. However, the conditions and details of national regulations differs between EU Member states.
This article summarizes the main points about operations and UAs (Unmanned Aircrafts) requisites presented in the ‘prototype’ regulation of EASA (22 August 2016) .
Wednesday, 16 November 2016
As a first contact and experience exchange between the MOBNET and the INACHUS projects, Eduarda Blomenhofer from NavPos Systems presented the MOBNET project to the INACHUS consortium during their project meeting on Nov 9th 2016 in Freiburg and had fruitful discussions with the INACHUS colleagues on issues common to both projects. We plan to continue the contact between the projects.
Tuesday, 15 November 2016
The main objective of MOBNET is to locate isolated victims during natural disasters and situations of emergency such as earthquakes, hurricanes or large snowstorms. It will also help first responder services to find lost people in general. To that end, the use of European Global Navigation Satellite (EGNSS) systems (both Galileo early services and EGNOS) and Digital Cellular Technologies (DCT) will play the key role in these situations in which it is difficult, dangerous or even impossible to access the affected areas.
Wednesday, 19 October 2016
MOBNET now is present in Twitter as @Mobnet_H2020 where we will tweet the progress of the project and trendy news of the sector. We invite you to follow us to be informed of the progress of project development. In the footer of the web, you could click the Twitter button to jump to our profile.
Also, we are present in Linkedin with MOBNET group, where we can discuss all of the open points in the project and explain doubts to all of the people interested in the system.