IPIN 2015: Indoor Positioning and Indoor Navigation

IPIN 2015 will take place October 13-16 at the Banff Centre, a conference center and school for the arts location in the Rocky Mountain resort town of Banff, a 90 minute drive west of Alberta, Canada.

The indoor postioning and indoor navigation conference includes experts in electronics, surveying and informatics who will discuss this key issue in many emerging applications.

IPIN 2015 will take place October 13-16 at the Banff Centre, a conference center and school for the arts location in the Rocky Mountain resort town of Banff, a 90 minute drive west of Alberta, Canada.

The indoor postioning and indoor navigation conference includes experts in electronics, surveying and informatics who will discuss this key issue in many emerging applications.

Topics of interest to readers of Inside GNSS include hybrid IMU pedestrian navigation, high sensitivity GNSS, RTK GNSS with handheld devices, mitigating GNSS errors prior to moving indoors, frameworks for hybrid positioning, iGPS, location privacy and more. The deadline for paper submission has passed.

The local conference organizers are Kyle O’Keefe, Mark Petovello and Gerard Lachapelle, all of the University of Calgary.

The EvAAL Indoor Location Competition will be held in conjunction with IPIN 2015. The tracks are: Smartphone based positioning, dead reckoning positioning, Wi-Fi fingerprinting in large environments. For more information, go to http://evaal.aaloa.org/.

 

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