International Symposium on GNSS Coming to Kyoto

April 23, 2015  - By

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The 2015 International Symposium on GNSS has been announced for Nov. 16–19 in Kyoto, Japan, and registration is now open, along with full information about the event.

The GPS/GNSS International Symposium was first held in 2000 in Seoul and has been held annually ever since, rotating among Korea, China, Japan, Australia, Malaysia and Taiwan. The 2008 meeting in Tokyo attracted 428 attendees, including 179 foreign delegates, and 188 papers were presented. The 16th Symposium will be held in Kyoto, a beautiful historic city and the ancient capital of Japan.

Important dates for paper submission:

  • June 30 : Abstract Submission for Scholarship application and Refereed Papers
  • July 31: Full paper Submission for Scholarship application and Refereed Papers
  • August 15: Abstract Submission for Regular Papers
  • September 15: Acceptance Notification
  • October 15: Full Paper Submission.

Registration dates:

  • Early-bird registration: April 1 – August 18
  • Regular registration: August 19 – October 31

Session tracks include:

  • Global Satellite Navigation Systems (GPS, GLONASS, Beidou, Galileo)
  • QZSS and Regional Systems
  • Augmentation Systems (SBAS, GBAS, etc.)
  • Next-Generation GNSS
  • Inertial Systems for Positioning & Orientation
  • Signal Processing in Navigation Systems and Systems Integration
  • Interference, Jamming and Spoofing
  • GNSS Receivers and Antenna Technologies
  • Autonomous Navigation (Car, Boat, UAV)
  • Agricultural and Construction Machines Control
  • Multi-sensor and Integrated Navigations
  • Aviation, Marine and Land Applications
  • Tsunami and Landslide Monitoring
  • Earthquake Prediction with GNSS Monitoring
  • Timing and Science Applications
  • Space Weather and Atmospheric Effects on GNSS
  • Geodesy, Surveying, Mapping and RTK Applications
  • Precise Positioning with QZSS Data Transmission
  • Space Applications and Remote Sensing
  • Algorithms and Methods
  • Novel Applications
  • Indoor Navigation / Indoor Mapping / Urban Navigation / Personal Navigation
  • Other Topics Related to PNT.

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