UPDATE July 19: The executive director of the GSA, the agency managing the European Commission-owned Galileo positioning, navigation and timing network, on July 19 issued his first statement on the seven-day global outage the ended July 18.
GSA Executive Director Carlo des Dorides promised to deliver a detailed explanation of what happened once GSA collects "all the technical elements and [implements] all necessary actions." An independent board of inquiry is being formed.
Here are excerpts from his statement:
"The technical incident originated in the Galileo ground infrastructure equipment, affecting the calculation . . .
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