IGNSS 2013: International GNSS Society Symposium

Registration is open for the IGNSS 2013 symposium and industry exhibition. It will take place at the Outrigger Hotel in Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia from July 16 to 18 during the sunny area’s cool and dry season.

The conference venue is one block from the famous Surfer’s Paradise Beach.

Program topics include GNSS system issues, receivers and signals, policy issues, applications and non-satellite positioning methods.(The deadline for abstract submission has passed)

Registration is open for the IGNSS 2013 symposium and industry exhibition. It will take place at the Outrigger Hotel in Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia from July 16 to 18 during the sunny area’s cool and dry season.

The conference venue is one block from the famous Surfer’s Paradise Beach.

Program topics include GNSS system issues, receivers and signals, policy issues, applications and non-satellite positioning methods.(The deadline for abstract submission has passed)

The event features open forums where users can talk about their experience with and concerns about GNSS and other technologies with representatives of all of the system providers, major manufacturers and applications developers.

It is sponsored by the International Global Navigation Satellite Systems Society, an Australian association that encourages the development of GNSS research and end-user applications. Membership is free.

Allison Kealy, associate professor at the University of Melborne, chairs the IGNSS scientific committee.

The Registration instructions and preliminary program are available at the website below.

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