ENC-GNSS 2014 Issues Call for Abstracts

September 30, 2013  - By


The Netherlands Institute of Navigation will be hosting the European Navigation Conference (ENC-GNSS 2014) in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, April 15-17, 2014. The conference will cover all aspects of positioning, navigation and timing (PNT) developments and applications. Special sessions will be organized for innovations and their commercialization.

Abstracts can be submitted until December 31, 2013, at www.enc-gnss2014.com. Topics include, but are not limited to

– Algorithms and Methods: Navigation and Positioning
– Algorithms and Methods: Receiver Signal Processing
– Alternatives and Backups to GNSS
– Atmosphere and Space Weather
– Augmentation Systems
– Aviation Navigation
– eLoran and other LF Systems
– Emerging GNSS
– Galileo IOV Results
– Galileo Public Regulated Service (PRS)
– GNSS Programs, Status and Modernization
– GNSS Vulnerabilities
– Indoor Navigation
– Integrated Systems
– Integrity
– Interoperability and Multi-Constellation Results
– Location Based Services
– Maritime Navigation
– Network RTK, Surveying and Hydrography
– New Products and Services/Business, Economic and IP Aspects
– Precise Point Positioning
– Receiver and Antenna Technology
– Signals of Opportunity
– Simulation
– Spectrum, Interference, Interference Detection and Localisation, Spoofing
– Timing, Time and Frequency Transfer
– Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
– Unmanned Vehicles
– Urban Navigation

Further details about the conference, the venue, and the hosting City of Rotterdam can be found on www.enc-gnss2014.com. Note that the conference is the week before Easter, which is a great opportunity to stay a few days longer and visit the Dutch windmills, tulip fields (they will be in full bloom), and the Port of Rotterdam, one of the greatest in the world.

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