ESA Issues Call for Papers for NAVITEC 2010

Sponsors of NAVITEC 2010, the fifth European Space Agency (ESA) Workshop on Satellite Navigation Technologies, have issued a call for papers for the event scheduled December 8-10 at the ESA/ESTEC facility in Noordwijk, The Netherlands

Papers submitted to the workshopPapers should describe original contributions in this field and will be selected on the basis of abstracts of 600-800 words in length, which must be submitted by May 21. Authors will be notified of the decision of the program committee by 9 July 2010.

Sponsors of NAVITEC 2010, the fifth European Space Agency (ESA) Workshop on Satellite Navigation Technologies, have issued a call for papers for the event scheduled December 8-10 at the ESA/ESTEC facility in Noordwijk, The Netherlands

Papers submitted to the workshopPapers should describe original contributions in this field and will be selected on the basis of abstracts of 600-800 words in length, which must be submitted by May 21. Authors will be notified of the decision of the program committee by 9 July 2010.

NAVITEC 2010 is the fifth in a series of workshops hosted by the ESA RadioNavigation Systems & Techniques Section (TEC-ETN). This year the event will also include as part of its program, the “Navigation Signal Workshop,” in coordination with the French Space Agency (CNES), the German Aerospace Center (DLR), and German Armed Forces University Munich (University FAF Munich).

Under the theme, “Multi-GNSS Navigation Technologies: The Beginning of a New Age,” this Workshop is intended to provide an open forum for space and terrestrial satellite navigation technology designers, developers, integrators, users, universities, and agencies. Special attention will be devoted to the multi-GNSS navigation technologies and techniques, signal design, signal processing, GNSS payload technology effects, and integration of navigation technologies with communication services.

The scope of the overall NAVITEC workshop will include navigation equipment and techniques: receivers, payloads, signals, navigation algorithms, signal processing techniques and applications of GNSS (terrestrial and space).

As part of the ESA Conference Opportunities for Students Program (ECOSS), the ESA Education Office will be able to offer sponsorship to European students interested in attending NAVITEC 2010.

Registration and additional information about the event can be found here.

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