International Technical Symposium on Navigation and Timing

International Technical Symposium on Navigation and Timing
The Capitole of Toulouse
Toulouse, France

The 2015 International Technical Symposium on Navigation and Timing will be held at Ecole Nationale de l’Aviation Civile in Toulouse, France on November 16 – 17, 2015. The objective of the symposium is to gather experts and innovators that will present their views/work on specific navigation- and/or timing-related topics, with an emphasis on technical aspects.

Online registration is open.

The 2015 International Technical Symposium on Navigation and Timing will be held at Ecole Nationale de l’Aviation Civile in Toulouse, France on November 16 – 17, 2015. The objective of the symposium is to gather experts and innovators that will present their views/work on specific navigation- and/or timing-related topics, with an emphasis on technical aspects.

Online registration is open.

The symposium is composed of three sessions: “Positioning in Challenging Environments”, “GNSS Signals, Authentication, Spoofing” and “Air Navigation”. Each session will last for half a day and will consist of four 30 minute presentations followed by a 45 minute round table that will allow the audience to interact with the experts.

Invited speakers include:

Opening presentation, Dr. AJ Van Dierendonck (AJ Systems, USA): "Impacts of 42 Years of Experience on GNSS"

  • Martin Haueis (Head of Localization and Data Management, Daimler AG, Germany) on the positioning needs and associated technical challenges of Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS).
  • Dr. Christopher J. Hegarty (Director for CNS Engineering & Spectrum, MITRE Corporation, USA) on the civil aviation L1/L5 standardization process and spectrum protection.
  • Oscar Pozzobon (founder and technical director, Qascom, Italy ) on "GNSS system and signal authentication"
  • Prof Mark L. Psiaki (Sibley School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Cornell University, USA) on spoofing techniques and spoofing mitigation.
  • Lionel Ries (Head of the navigation / location signals department, CNES, France) on the technical developments in GNSS space receivers.
  • Dr. Morton Stakkeland (Development Engineer, Research and Development Navigation, Indra Navia, Norway) on continuity risk aspects for signal outages in GBAS.

The event is organized by ENAC and CNES CCT PDS. The symposium is free of charge and the number of seats is limited, so early registration is recommended.

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