The British firm has been serving EGNOS’s wide area network requirements since 2001.
BT has signed a deal with space service firm Telespazio, to offer new network services for EGNOS, the first pan-European satellite navigation system.
The British telecommunications firm will manage and implement a high availability, ultra-resilient network to transmit positioning data for safety critical applications for use in airline and ship navigation.
The network comprises over fifty monitoring stations, control centres and uplink locations across remote areas in Europe and Africa.
In a bid to achieve ultra-resilience, BT will blend its IP Connect Global product with satellite services along with a dual core network capability to assure higher levels of availability and service stability.
BT Europe & Latin America CEO Corrado Sciolla said: "EGNOS provides and requires a very high level of accuracy and reliability.
"We designed their new network to provide them with the greatest possible flexibility," Sciolla said.
"BT fully understands the crucial role played by network services in the ability of global multinationals and public organisations to run their mission critical operations."