The annual Space Weather Workshop will take place at the Millennium Hotel in Boulder, Colorado on April 27-30 2010. The registration deadline is April 2.
The program highlights space weather impacts in several areas, including communications, navigation, spacecraft operations, aviation, and electric power.
At the 2010 conference, discussions of GNSS impacts will take place all morning right after the opening remarks on Tuesday, April 27.By Inside GNSS
The theme of the 2010 International Symposium on GPS/GNSS is "At a Turning Point." It will take place at Howard International House in Taipei, Taiwan on October 26-28.
National Cheng Kung University is organizing and hosting the event. The symposium will be held in English.
The annual forum is open to innovative ideas on GNSS systems, techniques, applications and opportunities by researchers and engineers from academia and industry.By Inside GNSS
An Atlas 5 rocket sent NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) up on February 11 on an $850 million, five-year mission to find out more about the sun’s magnetic field activity and space weather and, hopefully, to improve forecasting enough to make it possible to safeguard GPS and other technologies.By Inside GNSS
Oceanography International 2010 will take place at ExCel London conference center in the city’s Docklands area on March 9-11.
The free biennial technical conference and trade exhibition covers all aspects of marine science and ocean technology and attracts 6600 visitors and 500 exhibitors from 89 countries.By Inside GNSS
The Japanese Space Agency has selected a nickname for its first GNSS satellite: “Michibiki.” JAXA received more than 11,000 entries in its recent contest to raise national awareness of the GPS augmentation program.
The first of three Quasi-Zenith satellites will launch during the Japanese 2010 fiscal year, sometime before March 31, 2011.By Inside GNSS
Read the GSA Article (Feb.1, 2010 ): See, Touch and Learn at Brussels Satellite Navigation Event
Galileo Application Days take place at the Charlemagne Conference
Center from Wednesday, March 3 through Friday, March 5, 2010. Admission
is free with online registration.
Septentrio has launched the AsteRx3, a compact multi-frequency GPS/GLONASS/Galileo and Compass/Beidou-ready receiver.
AsteRx3 is specially designed for integration in demanding precision positioning, navigation, and automation applications such as land and maritime survey, machine control, and unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) payloads.By Inside GNSS
The Compass/Beidou 2 satellite navigation system will be the focus of China’s 2010 NaviForum.
It will be held from September 1 to 3 2010 in Friendship Hall at the Shanghai Exhibition Center, one of the landmarks of Shanghai. It was built in 1955 and named the "Sino-Soviet Friendship Building."
NaviForum will take place during the 2010 World Expo.
NaviForum will be incorporated into the Intelligent Transportation Systems conference, ITS Conference and Expo Shanghai.By Inside GNSS
The 14th Meeting of the APEC Global Navigation Satellite System Implementation Team will be held at the Marriott Renaissance Hotel in Seattle, Washington USA from June 21-24, 2010.
Registration is open online at the web address below.
The last meeting held in Singapore tabled a draft strategy for 2010-15 that emphasized intermodal GNSS transportation applications. It will also serve as the focus of the Seattle meeting.By Inside GNSS
International CTIA Wireless, the mobile industry’s annual mega-trade show in Las Vegas, takes place at the Las Vegas Convention Center from Tuesday, March 23 through Thursday, March 25 2010 with a pre-conference on March 22.
It covers everything – technology to retail – about wireless and converged communications, wireless broadband, applications, mobile web and data.
Educational sessions on March 23 and 24 include one aimed at engineers and designers, "Next-Gen Networks and Devices."By Inside GNSS
The 24th international congress of the International Federation of Surveyors will take place at the Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre in Sydney, Australia.
The FIG 2010 keynote speech will be given Monday morning, April 12 by Tim Flannery,
2007 Australian of the Year. He will speak
about climate change, drawing on his book, The Weather Makers: How Man Is Changing
the Climate and What It Means for Life on Earth, which debuted on
The New York Times bestseller list.