ISGNSS and CGSIC 2015: International Symposium on Global Satellite Navigation Systems and Asia/Pacific Rim meeting of the CGSIC

Fushimi Inari Taisha, Kyoto, Japan

The 16th International Symposium On GNSS 2015 will be held November 16 – 19, 2015 at Miyakomesse in Kyoto, Japan.

ISGNSS 2015 will be co-located with the Asia and Pacific Rim meeting of the CGIC (Civil GPS Service Interface Committee) to help improve understanding of the world trends in developing and deploying GNSS. The program will include keynote addresses, oral presentations, interactive poster sessions, panel sessions, open interactive forums and a trade exhibition.

The 16th International Symposium On GNSS 2015 will be held November 16 – 19, 2015 at Miyakomesse in Kyoto, Japan.

ISGNSS 2015 will be co-located with the Asia and Pacific Rim meeting of the CGIC (Civil GPS Service Interface Committee) to help improve understanding of the world trends in developing and deploying GNSS. The program will include keynote addresses, oral presentations, interactive poster sessions, panel sessions, open interactive forums and a trade exhibition.

Online registration is now available. Early bird rates end August 18, 2015.

The Abstract Submission for Scholarship application and Refereed Papers has been extended until July 7, 2015.

The Abstract Submission for Regular Papers is August 15, 2015 on the following topics:

  • Satellite Navigation Systems (GPS, Galileo, GLONASS, Beidou)
  • Augmentation Systems (SBAS, GBAS, etc.)
  • Next Generation GNSS
  • Inertial Systems for Positioning & Orientation
  • Signal Processing in Navigation Systems and Systems Integration
  • Interference, Spectrum Management, Jamming and Spoofing
  • GNSS Receivers and Antenna Technologies
  • Autonomous Navigation
  • Multi-sensor and Integrated Navigations
  • Timing and Science Applications
  • Space Weather and Atmospheric Effects on GNSS
  • Aviation, Marine and Land Applications
  • Geodesy, Surveying, Mapping and RTK Applications
  • Indoor Navigation / Urban Navigation / Personal Navigation
  • Space Applications and Remote Sensing
  • Precise Point Positioning (PPP)
  • Algorithms and Methods
  • QZSS and Regional Systems
  • Multi-Constellation/High Performance Navigation Devices
  • Novel Applications
  • Earthquake Prediction with GNSS Monitoring
  • Other Topics Related to PNT

The keynote speaker will be Dr. Bradford W. Parkinson.

The first conference in the ISGNSS series was held in 1999 in Japan. The KGS event (previously known as the GNSS Workshop) has been held since 1994, when Korea’s GPS Technology Council (now GNSS) was established.

The Chair of ISGNSS 2015 is Prof. Hiroshi Yamakawa at Kyoto University, (Member, Committee of National Space Policy, Cabinet Office, GoJ). Co-Organizers are Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology (TUMSAT) and Institute of Positioning, Navigation and Timing of Japan (IPNTJ). This symposium is subsidized by the international exchange program of NICT.

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