Public Consultation on the Galileo Open Service Signal In Space Interface Control Document (OS SIS ICD) Published on: 30/06/2014, Last update: 30/01/2015
The Galileo Open Service Signal In Space Interface Control Document (OS SIS ICD) contains the publicly available information on the Galileo Signal In Space. It is intended for use by the Galileo Open Service (OS) user community and specifies the interface between the Galileo Space Segment and the Galileo User Segment.
Enterprise, Industrial competitiveness, Space, Satellite Navigation, GALILEO, EGNOS
Satellite navigation receiver manufacturers, laboratories, application developers, regulatory authorities, government agencies, Galileo Open Service users
Period of consultation
From 30/06/2014 to 22/09/2014 This consultation is now closed
Objective of the consultation
The Galileo Open Service Signal In Space Interface Control Document (OS SIS ICD) contains the publicly available information on the Galileo Signal In Space.
It is intended for use by the Galileo Open Service (OS) user community and specifies the interface between the Galileo Space Segment and the Galileo User Segment.
Issue 1 of the document was published in February 2010 and updated as revision 1 in September 2010.
A new draft version of the document, issue 1, revision 2 has been published by the European Commission (EC) on 30/06/2014.
This new version can be downloaded from this page, under section "Reference Documents".
It contains revision side bars to highlight areas of the document that have been modified.
The European Commission has decided to launch this open public consultation process in order to improve and consolidate the current draft document and to ensure that any further development of the Galileo OS SIS ICD takes into account the views of GNSS key stakeholders.
The public consultation process provides stakeholders with an opportunity to improve the quality and clarity of the document and to suggest new elements to be included in future versions, e.g. inclusion of multi-GNSS products and services.
This will contribute towards a smooth and rapid rollout of Galileo equipment and applications, and the earliest possible delivery of user benefits.
How to submit your contribution
You are invited to fill in the online questionnaire, which is available below.
Please submit your response to this public consultation at the latest by September 22nd, 2014.
In case you have any queries on the process, kindly address these to the email address in the contacts table below.
It is important to read the specific privacy statement attached to this consultation for information on how your personal data and contribution will be dealt with.
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The Commission asks organisations who wish to submit comments in the context of public consultations to provide the Commission and the public at large with information about whom and what they represent. If an organisation decides not to provide this information, it is the Commission's stated policy to list the contribution as part of the individual contributions. (Consultation Standards, see COM (2002) 704, and Communication on ETI Follow-up, see COM (2007) 127 of 21/03/2007).
|responsible service||European Commission, DG GROWTH,
Unit L1, Galileo and EGNOS – Programme Management
|postal address||European Commission, BREY 07/173 B-1049 Brussels|
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Results of consultation and next steps
All received contributions will be published on the website of DG GROWTH as well as a summary report with an overview of the received contributions.
Based on the information gathered through the public consultation, the Commission will consolidate the draft OS SIS ICD document and will publish the new version as an official release.