IEEE/ION PLANS 2016: Position Location And Navigation Symposium

Forsyth Park, Savannah, Georgia

The IEEE/ION PLANS 2016: Position Location And Navigation Symposium will take place April 11-14 2016 at the Hyatt Regency Savannah in Savannah, Georgia.

Early bird registration ends March 10, 2016.

This biennial technical conference and industry exhibition explores the field of navigation — from fundamental research, to applications, to field test results.

The IEEE/ION PLANS 2016: Position Location And Navigation Symposium will take place April 11-14 2016 at the Hyatt Regency Savannah in Savannah, Georgia.

Early bird registration ends March 10, 2016.

This biennial technical conference and industry exhibition explores the field of navigation — from fundamental research, to applications, to field test results.

The PLANS conference is a four day conference with one day dedicated to tutorials and three days to technical sessions.

This year’s technical sessions include:

  • Algorithms for Networked Navigation
  • Carrier Phase Positioning (RTK) 
  • Civil Multi-Antenna GNSS Systems 
  • Collaborative and Networked Navigation 
  • Emerging Technologies for Inertial Sensing 
  • GNSS Robustness to Interference 
  • Ground Vehicles GN&C Systems 
  • High Performance Inertial Sensor Technologies 
  • High-Integrity GNSS 
  • Indoor Positioning and Navigation 
  • Integrated Inertial Navigation 
  • Localization and Map Building in Robotics 
  • Low Cost Inertial Sensors 
  • Navigation Using Environmental and Natural Phenomenon 
  • Navigation via Radio Frequency Signals of Opportunity 
  • Network Time Transfer 
  • Personal and Humanoid Robot Navigation 
  • PNT Authentication 
  • Precise Point Positioning (PPP) 
  • Sensor Manufacturing, Error Modeling and Testing 
  • Sensors for Aiding and Augmenting Inertial Navigation 
  • Small Satellites (cubesats/nanosats) GN&C 
  • Unmanned Aerial Vehicle GN&C 
  • Unmanned Marine Vehicle GN&C

Half-day tutorials are:

  • Image-Aided Navigation
  • Fundamentals of Nonlinear Recursive Estimation
  • Alternative Navigation Methods Exploiting Integration with Inertial Measurements
  • Contemporary and Emerging Inertial Sensors
  • Fundamentals of Inertial Navigation
  • Integrated Collision Avoidance, Guidance, Navigation, and Control Systems for UAS

This conference is jointly sponsored by the IEEE Aerospace and Electronics Systems Society (AESS), and the Institute of Navigation (ION).