International Technical Symposium on Navigation and Timing (ITSNT)

International Technical Symposium on Navigation and Timing (ITSNT)
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The International Technical Symposium on Navigation and Timing is an annual event for professionals and researchers working with or interested in navigation and timing technologies and their use. This event focuses on tackling technical hot topics by inviting internationally recognized speakers from all around the world to share their expertise and views. The audience can easily engage in discussion with these experts during the question sessions and roundtables, and the symposium also provides a great environment for networking and visiting exhibition stands.

The International Technical Symposium on Navigation and Timing is an annual event for professionals and researchers working with or interested in navigation and timing technologies and their use. This event focuses on tackling technical hot topics by inviting internationally recognized speakers from all around the world to share their expertise and views. The audience can easily engage in discussion with these experts during the question sessions and roundtables, and the symposium also provides a great environment for networking and visiting exhibition stands.

Abstract submission is open 
for the "Peer Reviewed Paper" sessions, and authors are invited to submit their abstracts online by May 15, 2017. All selected papers and their associated presentation will be freely available online on the ITSNT website.
Topics include:
– Autonomous machines (air and land)
– Deep learning for navigation
– Innovative Vision, Radar, Lidar navigation
– Innovative Antennas and RF systems
– Cooperative navigation
– Multi-antenna GNSS
– New hybridization and integration structures (innovative combination of any of: GNSS, precise GNSS, video, IMU, lidar, radar, odometer, magnetometer…)
– Low cost carrier phase positioning
– PNT Resilience (interference, spoofing,…)
– Spectrum management
– UAS Traffic Management (UTM)
– Navigation with Signals of Opportunity (SoOp)
– Augmentation Systems (SBAS, GBAS, ARAIM)
– Multiconstellation Multifrequency GNSS (e.g. ARAIM)
– PNT and the natural environment
– New Integrity schemes for non-aeronautical navigation
– Timing

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