ION Pacific PNT 2013: Call for Abstracts - 07/09/2012

Abstract submissions are now being accepted for The Institute of Navigation’s (ION) newest conference, PACIFIC PNT to be held 22-25 April 2013 at the Marriott Waikiki Beach Resort & Spa, Honolulu, Hawaii.

Pacific PNT - where East meets West in the global cooperative development of positioning, navigation and timing technology - brings together policy and technical leaders from Japan, Singapore, China, South Korea, Australia, USA and more for policy updates, program status and technical exchange.

This year’s theme, global cooperative interoperability, will frame the technical programme. Leaders representing academia, government, industry and the scientific community will convene to solve PNT challenges that impact Pacific Rim development.

Pacific PNT 2013 is organised by a prestigious Pacific Rim advisory board and will feature technical papers presented on a diverse array of topics including:

• Agricultural, Construction and Mining Applications
• Algorithms and Methods
• Autonomous Air Vehicles
• Aviation Applications of GNSS
• Challenging Navigation Topics
• Collaborative Navigation Topics
• Disaster Management and Recovery
• Earthquake, Tsunami Prediction and Monitoring with GNSS
• First Responder PNT
• GNSS Correction and Monitoring Networks
• GNSS Policy/Status Updates
• GNSS Signal Structures
• Inertial Navigation Sensors
• Image Aided Inertial Navigation
• Ionosphere Monitoring with GNSS
• Search and Rescue Applications
• Signals of Opportunity
• Terrestrial and Low Frequency Navigation
• Time and Frequency Distribution
• UAS Integration into International Airspace

Abstracts are being accepted through 15 November 2012. For more information the ION’s Pacific PNT 2013, please visit


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