PLANS 2010: IEEE/ION Position Location and Navigation Symposium - Inside GNSS

PLANS 2010: IEEE/ION Position Location and Navigation Symposium

The Position Location And Navigation Symposium technical conference and industry exhibition is a forum for the latest navigation technology. It is held every other year in even numbered years. The 2010 event will be held at Renaissance Esmerelda Resort and Spa in Indian Wells, near Palm Springs, California.

Conference tutorials covering a number of topics from core navigation fundamentals to in-depth classes about the latest technologies will take place on May 3. Twenty-four half-day technical sessions are scheduled for May 4-6.

The Position Location And Navigation Symposium technical conference and industry exhibition is a forum for the latest navigation technology. It is held every other year in even numbered years. The 2010 event will be held at Renaissance Esmerelda Resort and Spa in Indian Wells, near Palm Springs, California.

Conference tutorials covering a number of topics from core navigation fundamentals to in-depth classes about the latest technologies will take place on May 3. Twenty-four half-day technical sessions are scheduled for May 4-6.

Topics:
High performance inertial sensors
Low cost inertial sensor technologies
Multisensor integrated systems 1 (gps/inertial)
Sensor manufacturing, error modeling & testing
Multisensor integrated systems 2 (miscellaneous sensors & algorithms)
Alternative navigation sensors & integration algorithms
Precise positioning
Algorithms & processing 1 (navigation & integrity)
Receiver and antenna technology
GNSS augmentation systems
Modernized GNSS
Algorithms & processing 2 (multipath mitigation & weak signal)
Indoor personal & first-responder navigation (dead-reckoning & map based)
Vision/integrated navigation systems for indoor applications
Indoor personal & first-responder navigation (rf based)
Weak signal processing
Terrestrial radionavigation & rf-positioning
Vision/integrated navigation for vehicular applications
Marine
Urban personal & vehicular navigation 1(non-GNSS based)
Relative navigation & landing systems
Urban personal & vehicular navigation 2 (GNSS based)
Land vehicle navigation
Aviation
The program chairs are Gary McGraw, Rockwell Collins, and Penny Axelrad, University of Colorado.

The conference is sponsored by IEEE’s Aerospace and Electronics Sytems Society and the Institute of Navigation.

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