International Technical Symposium on Navigation and Timing Slated for Nov. 13-16 - Inside GNSS - Global Navigation Satellite Systems Engineering, Policy, and Design

International Technical Symposium on Navigation and Timing Slated for Nov. 13-16

The International Technical Symposium on Navigation and Timing (ITSNT) is an annual event organized by CNES (Centre national d’études spatiales) and ENAC (Ecole Nationale de l’Aviation Civile) for professionals and researchers working with or interested in navigation and timing technologies and their use. This year’s event will take place Nov. 13-16 in Toulouse, France, on the campus of ENAC.

This event is composed of two types of sessions:

  • Invited Guest” sessions: special guests are invited by the scientific committee to give a presentation related to the generic topic of the session. Typically, there are four guest speakers per session, and the session ends with a round table.
  • “Peer Reviewed Paper” sessions: the presenters of these sessions are selected by the scientific committee based on a call for abstract

The ITSNT also provides a great environment for networking and visiting sponsors’ exhibition stands.
The symposium includes tutorials given by some of the invited guest speakers on their topic of excellence.

Event features include: International event; Tutorials;
a high quality and recognized scientific committee; Technical presentations on hot topics related to navigation and timing; Internationally recognized guest speakers; Round tables; Exhibition area; Networking; Tutorials.

The full program can be viewed here.

The program is filled with great topics and presenters including a final day lineup (Friday, Nov. 16) on Air Navigation featuring session moderator, Laurent Azoulai (Airbus, France). The session includes Jiyun Lee (KAIST, South Korea), Local-Area Differential GNSS for UAV Applications; Jason Rife (Tufts University, USA), Software and GNSS Fault-Monitoring for Automated Aircraft;Catherine Ronfle-Nadaud (DSNA, France), Risk Assessment for Drones Operation; and Todd Walter (Stanford University, USA), RFI Mitigation for Civil Navigation.

Inside GNSS will serve as a media partner again for this year’s ITSNT.