ITM 2016: ION International Technical Meeting 2016

Monterey Bay, California.

The Institute of Navigation’s 2016 International Technical Meeting (ITM) will take place January 25-28 at the Hyatt Regency Monterey in Monterey, California.

The abstract submission deadline has passed.

Discounted Registration and hotel reservations end January 3, 2016. PTTI registration includes access to the International Technical Meeting (ITM).

The Institute of Navigation’s 2016 International Technical Meeting (ITM) will take place January 25-28 at the Hyatt Regency Monterey in Monterey, California.

The abstract submission deadline has passed.

Discounted Registration and hotel reservations end January 3, 2016. PTTI registration includes access to the International Technical Meeting (ITM).

ION’s winter meeting is a more intimate conference with a technical program related to positioning, navigation and timing and includes the ION Fellows and Annual Awards presentations.

For the first time, ITM will be co-located with the Precise Time and Time Interval Meeting (PTTI). A commercial exhibit and pre-conference tutorials are held in conjunction with the conference.

This year’s ITM/PTTI plenary session will focus on "Autonomous Vehicles – Beyond the Navigation Technology" and will address issues outside of the navigation technology, including legal issues, regulatory challenges, transitional periods, markets enabled by autonomous operation, and similar topics beyond the core navigation technology.

Tutorials will be offered on January 25; technical sessions will take place January 26-28. ITM 2016 Peer Reviewed Sessions feature a diverse array of topics including:

  • Advanced RAIM and Integrity
  • Algorithms and Methods
  • Alternatives and Backups to GNSS
  • Augmentation Systems
  • Emerging GNSS and Modernization
  • Emerging Sensors and Navigation Technologies
  • GNSS in Environmentally Challenged Environments
  • GNSS Processing and Integration
  • High Precision GNSS
  • Interference and Spectrum Management
  • Mitigation of GNSS Vulnerabilities
  • Multi-Sensor Fusion
  • Receivers and Antenna Technology
  • Robotics and Autonomous Vehicle Navigation

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