Stanford and Aalborg Announce Summer Workshop on GNSS Positioning for the Future

Stanford and Aalborg Announce Summer Workshop on GNSS Positioning for the Future

A number of GNSS experts from the United States, Denmark, Norway and China will lead a weeklong workshop on the future of satellite-based positioning technologies from August 27 through September 2 at the Slettestrand Holiday Center in North Jutland, Denmark.

The topics range from GNSS basics and Intelligent Transportation Systems to new GNSSes, new receivers and indoor navigation as well as environmental monitoring and arctic navigation. The event is organized by Stanford and Aalborg universities.

A number of GNSS experts from the United States, Denmark, Norway and China will lead a weeklong workshop on the future of satellite-based positioning technologies from August 27 through September 2 at the Slettestrand Holiday Center in North Jutland, Denmark.

The topics range from GNSS basics and Intelligent Transportation Systems to new GNSSes, new receivers and indoor navigation as well as environmental monitoring and arctic navigation. The event is organized by Stanford and Aalborg universities.

Frank von Diggelen will deliver the keynote on Tuesday, August 28. He is Chief Navigation Officer at Broadcomm and a member of the consulting faculty at Stanford.

The conference venue is a resort hotel built in a former fishing village. It is right next to a famous nature preserve with a beach trail to the sea. It is 40 km from Aalborg.

The full program, instructors, cost, registration and visa information are available on the event website hosted by the Danish GPS Center.

The seminar is open to 50 participants at all levels of experience. Registration is first come, first served.

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