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IUGG General Assembly accepting submissions for positioning symposium

January 30, 2019  - By

Logo: 27th IUGG General AssemblyOrganizers of the 27th IUGG General Assembly, which is set to take place July 8-18 in Montréal, Québec, Canada, are accepting submissions for Symposium G05 — Multi-Signal Positioning, Remote Sensing and Applications. This symposium is one of two organized by IAG Commission 4 and taking place during the event.

The multi-signal positioning symposium will be convened by Marcelo Santos of Canada, and co-conveners will include Australi’s Allison Kealy, Greece’s Vasilis Gikas, Australia’s Jinling Wang and Poland’s Pawel Wielgosz.

The symposium will key in on positioning applications. It will focus on theoretical and practical advancements, as well as innovative applications and architectures for multi-signal positioning, remote sensing and applications. It will also address issues and opportunities coming from multi-constellation signals.

Organizers will accept submissions that address navigation, timing and guidance systems for autonomous vehicles, intelligent transport systems, personal mobility, and other safety and liability critical applications. Abstracts must be submitted via the online submission system by Feb. 18.

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