3rd Asia Oceania Regional Workshop on GNSS

Scenic Jeju Island

The third Asia Oceania Regional Workshop on GNSS will take place on Jeju Island, Korea on November 1 and 2, 2011.

Japan’s first Quasi-Zenith satellite "Michibiki" is now transmitting positioning signals and its technical and application verificationr results will be a major topic at this year’s event. 

The third Asia Oceania Regional Workshop on GNSS will take place on Jeju Island, Korea on November 1 and 2, 2011.

Japan’s first Quasi-Zenith satellite "Michibiki" is now transmitting positioning signals and its technical and application verificationr results will be a major topic at this year’s event. 

Jointly organized by the Korea Aerospace Research Institute (KARI), Satellite Positioning Research and Application
Center (SPAC) of Japan and the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) the workshop will focus on the targets, technologies, and
expected outcomes of the Asia Oceania Multi-GNSS Demonstration Campaign.

The campaign seeks to take advantage of the early availability of
multiple GNSS, regional, and augmentation systems over Asia and the
western Pacific area.

The gathering is open to all international organizations, government
agencies, industries, universities, and research institutes that have an
interest in using multi-GNSS techniques in the Asia Oceania region.