Asia Oceania Regional Workshop on GNSS

Asia Oceania Regional Workshop on GNSS
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The 8th multignss workshop for the Asia Oceania region will take place on October 9 through 11 in Phuket, Thailand.

This workshop will cover the status of the Multi GNSS Asia (MGA) project, and its future. MultiGNSS Asia was formed to take advantage of the number of GNSS
signals that will soon be available in that region and the resulting
opportunity to try, test and validate new receiver hardware, algorithms
and applications.

The 8th multignss workshop for the Asia Oceania region will take place on October 9 through 11 in Phuket, Thailand.

This workshop will cover the status of the Multi GNSS Asia (MGA) project, and its future. MultiGNSS Asia was formed to take advantage of the number of GNSS
signals that will soon be available in that region and the resulting
opportunity to try, test and validate new receiver hardware, algorithms
and applications.

So far, 70 multignss monitoring stations have been set up in the region and 32 organizations are participating. JAXA has started 11 collaborative experiments.

The workshop is organized by Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), Thailand National Science and Technology Development Agency (NSTDA) and supported by ICG, the UN GNSS committee, and IGS, the GNSS service.

For more information, contact the JAXA satellite navigation office at the email address below.

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