Highlights for 2018 for the GNSS International Seminars on Positioning & Navigation Technologies at Ohio University include lectures by world-class researchers; hands-on labs on GNSS antenna and receiver design and UAS operation; and GNSS fundamentals and advanced applications.
There will be a welcome and opening cermony and reception on May 14, with seminar sessions beginning on May 15. First-day courses include Fundamentals of GNSS by Christophe Macabiau, ENAC (Fundamentals of GNSS I) and Oliver Julien, ENAC (Fundamentals of GNSS II).
The May 16 lineup includes: Development, Operation and Applications of Galileo – Oliver Julien, ENAC; Development, Operation and Applications of BeiDou – Prof. SHEN Jun, CSNO; Taxonomy of GNSS Vulnerability – Andrew Dempster, University of New South Wales; GPS Data as Court Evidence: Trustworthy? – Dempster.
For a full list of the courses and speakers, visit https://www.ohio.edu/engineering/gnss2018/program.cfm
On the final day of the seminars (May 25) there is a Lab titled “Flight Data Collection Experiment at the Ohio University Airport” from the Avionics Engineering Center Research Staff, Ohio University, followed by a closing ceremony and reception that evening.
For more information, contact Michael Braasch, firstname.lastname@example.org