Munich Satellite Navigation Summit 2014

After skipping a year, the Munich Satellite Navigation Summit will reconvene on March 25, 26 and 27 in Der Residenz, München in Bavaria. The 2014 event will include a parallel track on Copernicus, the European Commision’s Earth Observation Program. Registration is now open at the web address below.

The opening plenary panel at 5 p.m. on Tuesday will discuss "GNSS-New Challenges."

The technical program will cover:

After skipping a year, the Munich Satellite Navigation Summit will reconvene on March 25, 26 and 27 in Der Residenz, München in Bavaria. The 2014 event will include a parallel track on Copernicus, the European Commision’s Earth Observation Program. Registration is now open at the web address below.

The opening plenary panel at 5 p.m. on Tuesday will discuss "GNSS-New Challenges."

The technical program will cover:

  • Galileo implementation
  • GPS modernization
  • GLONASS status and modernization
  • Beidou, QZSS, IRNSS and other new systems
  • Space-based augmentation systems
  • Legal issues: privacy and GNSS re-transmitters
  • Precise Point Positioning
  • Future navigation systems: autonomous sensors?
  • GNSS earth and disaster monitoring
  • Integrated applications of GNSS and Earth Observation
  • Satellite navigation in combination with telecommunications and geo-information technology
  • Introduction of the 2014 European Satellite Navigation Master competition 

The summit is organized by ISTA, Institute of Space Technology and Space Applications at the University FAF Munich.

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