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Update on tenders and calls-for-proposals in EU security (17/05/2017)

1. Development, supply and testing of a Galileo open service authentication user terminal (OS-NMA) for the GSA Development and supply of at least 3 prototypes of an open service navigation message authentication user terminal, meeting smart (digital) tachograph application’s requirements at a sufficient level of maturity to, at a minimum, carry out a demonstration in…

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