Munich Satellite Navigation Summit 2011

Residenz entrance, familiar to Munich Satellite Navigation Summit attendees.

The 2011 Munich Satellite Navigation Summit will take place from March 1 through 3 in Der Residenz, the palace of the old Bavarian royal family and now home to four museums. 

The event features high-level discussions about all of the world’s navigation satellite systems. It is organized by the Institute of Geodesy and Navigation at University FAF Munich.

The technical program begines with a plenary presentation on "GNSS in Balance," followed by a Bavarian State Reception.

The 2011 Munich Satellite Navigation Summit will take place from March 1 through 3 in Der Residenz, the palace of the old Bavarian royal family and now home to four museums. 

The event features high-level discussions about all of the world’s navigation satellite systems. It is organized by the Institute of Geodesy and Navigation at University FAF Munich.

The technical program begines with a plenary presentation on "GNSS in Balance," followed by a Bavarian State Reception.

This year, discussions focus on:

  • Galileo, the European GNSS
  • The status of Russia’s GLONASS and its transition from FDMA to CDMA
  • China’s COMPASS
  • Regional systems such as QZSS (Japan) and IRNSS (India)
  • New regional augmentation systems
  • The worldwide field of GNSS applications, receiver and service creation, and legal issues.
  • New applications and services in satellite navigation combined with telecommunication and information technology, in particlar geo-information technology.

An industry exhibition takes place with the conference.

The kickoff for the 2011 Galileo Masters competition (European Satellite Navigation Competition) will take place at the conference. 

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