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IAIN World Congress Abstract Deadline Extended to March 31

March 25, 2015  - By

IAIN LogoWorld Congress 2015, sponsored by the International Association of Institutes of Navigation (IAIN), has extended its deadline for abstract submissions to March 31.

The event will be held October 23-25 at the Clarion Congress Hotel in Prague, Czech Republic.

After abstracts are reviewed, authors will be notified of acceptance or rejection by April 15.

Speakers include Satoshi Kogure of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, GPS World author Dorota Grejner-Brzezinska  of the Institute of Navigation and The Ohio State University, Günter Hein of the European Space Agencyand more.

Topics of the event include:

  • satellite navigation systems — GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, BeiDou/Compass, QZSS, etc.;
  • augmentation systems — SBAS, GBAS, etc.;
  • GNSS modernization;
  • signal processing in navigation systems and systems integration;
  • GNSS receivers and antenna technologies;
  • interference and spectrum management, jamming and spoofing;
  • autonomous navigation;
  • MEMS, atomic clock and micro PNT;
  • space and atmospheric weather effects on GNSS;
  • aviation applications;
  • marine applications;
  • terrestrial applications;
  • precision agriculture and machine control applications;
  • healthcare applications;
  • urban and indoors applications;
  • automobile navigation;
  • space applications and remote sensing;
  • precise positioning, RTK;
  • radar and alternative sensors;
  • GNSS environmental monitoring;
  • ionosphere monitoring with GNSS;
  • algorithms and methods;
  • collaborative methods;
  • alternative signals for PNT;
  • backups to GNSS;
  • time and frequency distribution;
  • and other PNT topics.

IAIN says it is a “non-governmental, nonprofit organization with the objective of uniting national and multinational institutes and organizations which aim to foster human activities at sea, in the air, in space and on land, and who may benefit from the development of the science and practice of navigation and related information techniques.”

Visitors from non-European countries must possess a valid passport for at least three months after the event date.

Learn more at the Congress website.

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