ION GNSS+ 2013 Call for Abstracts - 04/01/2013


Organised by the Institute of Navigation (ION), GNSS+ 2013, the 26th International Technical Meeting of the Satellite Division, is now open for abstract submissions. The conference will take place on 16-20 December 2013 at the Nashville Convention Center, Nashville, USA.

Instructions for submitting abstracts can be found at: www.ion.org

ION GNSS+ 2013 is the world’s largest technical meeting and showcase of GNSS technology, products and services and brings together international leaders in GNSS and related positioning, navigation and timing fields to present new research, introduce new technologies, update current policy, demonstrate products and exchange ideas.

This year’s conference will feature pre-conference tutorials on 16 and 17 September, a policy and panel discussion, a commercial and applications oriented track and more than 250 technical papers on a diverse array of topics including:

 

  • Advanced Inertial Sensing and Applications

  • Advances in Military GNSS Systems and Applications

  • Algorithms and Methods

  • Alternatives and Backups to GNSS

  • Aviation Applications

  • Clock Technologies

  • Emerging GNSS (Galileo, COMPASS, QZSS, IRNSS)

  • Future PNT and Its Applications

  • Geodesy, Surveying and RTK for Civil Applications

  • GNSS Algorithms and Methods

  • GNSS and the Atmosphere

  • GNSS Compatibility, Interoperability, and Interchangeability

  • GNSS Ground Based Augmentation Systems (GBAS)

  • GNSS Simulation and Testing

  • GNSS Space Based Augmentation Systems (SBAS)

  • GNSS-MEMS Integration

  • GPS and GLONASS Modernisation

  • Indoor Navigation and Timing

  • Interference and Spectrum Issues

  • Land Based Applications

  • Marine Navigation and Applications

  • Multi-Constellation User Receivers

  • Multi-Sensor and Integrated Navigation in GNSS-Challenged Environments

  • New Products and Commercial Services

  • Next Generation GNSS Integrity

  • Non Traditional PNT Applications

  • Portable Navigation Devices

  • Precise Point Positioning

  • Receiver/Antenna Technology

  • Remote Sensing with GNSS and Integrated Systems

  • Safety Critical Applications

  • Software Receivers

  • Space Applications

  • Standalone GNSS Services in Challenging Environments

  • Timing and Scientific Applications

  • Urban Navigation Technology

 The deadline for submitting abstracts is 8 March 2013.

Last updated: 22/10/2020