GNSS Precise Point Positioning Workshop

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"Reaching Full Potential" is the theme of this workshop on GNSS PPP scheduled for June 12, 13 and 14, 2013 in downtown Ottawa.
Information on the venue and hotel accommodations will be published on the conference website below.

The event targets researchers, government and industry experts to discuss Precise Point Positioning data processing, error modeling, data products dissemination, applications, policy and related topics.


"Reaching Full Potential" is the theme of this workshop on GNSS PPP scheduled for June 12, 13 and 14, 2013 in downtown Ottawa.
Information on the venue and hotel accommodations will be published on the conference website below.

The event targets researchers, government and industry experts to discuss Precise Point Positioning data processing, error modeling, data products dissemination, applications, policy and related topics.

The International Association of Geodesy (IAG), Natural Resources Canada (NRCan), the International GNSS Service (IGS), and York University are the conference organizers.

The deadline for abstract submission is March 22. Workshop registration opens that day.
Topics include:

  • GNSS PPP models, error sources and ancillary information
  • Integer-fixed PPP techniques and results
  • Undifferenced GNSS equipment / hardware biases
  • Impact of regional modelling (ionosphere, troposphere, orbit, clock) on PPP
  • Multi-constellation PPP results and simulations
  • PPP correction product generation, dissemination and access
  • Correction streams and content
  • Kinematic PPP approaches and results
  • PPP end-user solutions
  • Real-time / Near-real-time PPP approaches, results and applications
  • Unique PPP geoscience and engineering applications
  • Public / private access to real-time data and products
  • Suitability of PPP coordinate solutions for legal surveys

For more information about the program, please contact Sunil Bisnath, associate professor of geomatics engineering, York University, Toronto, at the email address below.

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