2010 ION International Technical Meeting (ITM 2010) - Inside GNSS

2010 ION International Technical Meeting (ITM 2010)

The Institute of Navigation’s 2010 International Technical Meeting will take place at the Catamaran Resort Hotel in San Diego, California from Monday, January 25 through Wednesday, January 27.

This year’s plenary session, Navigation Behind Close Doors: Challenges of Indoor and Urban Navigation, focuses on challenges for first responders and navigation in urban canyons and underground.

Browse the full program online.

The Institute of Navigation’s 2010 International Technical Meeting will take place at the Catamaran Resort Hotel in San Diego, California from Monday, January 25 through Wednesday, January 27.

This year’s plenary session, Navigation Behind Close Doors: Challenges of Indoor and Urban Navigation, focuses on challenges for first responders and navigation in urban canyons and underground.

Browse the full program online.

Registration is open at the conference website below. January 5 is the last day to register to avoid a late fee and get the discounted hotel rate.

The conference chair is Patricia Doherty, Boston College Institute for Scientific Research. Paul Kline, Honeywell Aerospace, is the program chair.

ION ITM 2010 features more than 150 technical papers, large international
participation, and the following topics:
ADS-B
Algorithms and methods
Alternative sensors and emerging navigation technologies
Atmospheric effects and space weather
Aviation applications
Carrier phase-based positioning
Galileo and GPS/Galileo
GBAS/SBAS
GNSS accuracy, integrity, continuity, and availability
GNSS modernization
GNSS simulation and testing
Inertial navigation
Interference and spectrum management
Marine-based applications
Multisensor navigation
Receiver and antenna technology