International Technical Symposium on Navigation and Timing

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

The 2014 International Technical Symposium on Navigation and Timing will be held at the ENAC premises (Bellonte Amphitheater) in Toulouse, France on November 17 – 18, 2014. 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 2014 International Technical Symposium on Navigation and Timing will be held at the ENAC premises (Bellonte Amphitheater) in Toulouse, France on November 17 – 18, 2014. 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: “Navigation in Constrained Environments”, “GNSS Signals and GNSS Performance” and “Air Navigation”. Each session will last for half a day and will consist of four presentations followed by a panel discussion that will allow the audience to interact with the experts.

A poster session to promote the work performed by PhD students is also organized.

Invited speakers include:

  • Boubeker Belabbas – GNSS Integrity Group Leader, DLR, Germany
  • Axel Garcia-Peña – Assistant Professor, ENAC, France
  • Lionel Garin – Senior Director of Technology, Qualcomm QCA, USA
  • Andriy Konovaltsev – Scientific Assistant, DLR, Germany
  • Carl Milner – Assistant Professor, ENAC, France
  • Michel Monnerat – Manager of Positioning Solution and Security department, Thales Alenia Space, France
  • Mark Petovello – Professor, University of Calgary, Canada
  • Catherine Ronflé-Nadaud – Head of ENAC RPAS lab, ENAC, France
  • Jaume Sanz Subirana – Professor, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain
  • Norbert Suard – Senior expert in GNSS/SBAS performances, CNES, France
  • AJ Van Dierendonck – AJ Systems, USA
  • Todd Walter – Senior Research Engineer, Stanford University, USA

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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