NAVITEC 2008

The theme of ESA’s fourth workshop on satellite navigation user equipment technologies is "GNSS User Technologies in the Sensor Fusion Era." It will take place from December 10-12 at the European Space and Technology Centre in Noordwijk, The Netherlands. Galileo receiver technologies and experimentation are a special focus of this year’s event.

The theme of ESA’s fourth workshop on satellite navigation user equipment technologies is "GNSS User Technologies in the Sensor Fusion Era." It will take place from December 10-12 at the European Space and Technology Centre in Noordwijk, The Netherlands. Galileo receiver technologies and experimentation are a special focus of this year’s event.

May 16 is the deadline for paper abstracts for oral and poster presentations. Submit your abstract online by going to the conference website main page at <http://www.congrex.nl/08C19/> and selecting "Call for Abstracts."

Paper submissions will be considered for original work on the following topics: receiver technology, receiver navigation algorithms, fusion with other sensors, multipath and interference, space navigation receivers, user equipment technology for EGNOS and Galileo applications, scientific applications and propagation models and more.

NAVITEC 2008 is the fourth in a series of workshops hosted by the European Space Agency on satellite radionavigation user equipment technologies. This year, the group will consider hybridization of satellite radionavigation technologies with other navigation technologies and aids, such as inertial sensors and wireless networks.

The event is designed for space-borne and terrestrial satellite navigation equipment designers, developers, integrators, users, and representatives from government agencies and universities.

For technical and program inquiries, Email Gustavo López Risueño at Gustavo.Lopez.Risueno@esa.int.

For local arrangements, email the ESA Conference Bureau at esa.conference.bureau@esa.int.

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