PTTI 2013: Precise Time and Time Interval Systems and Applications Meeting

Major changes for the annual PTTI meeting this year – it will be held on the West Coast, in the high-tech concentration of Seattle’s east side and it has come under the wing of the Institute of Navigation, the new organizer of the event.

PTTI 2013, the 45th systems and applications meeting for Precise Time and Time Interval managers, system engineers and program planners, will be held at the Hyatt Regency Bellevue on December 2 through 5.

Major changes for the annual PTTI meeting this year – it will be held on the West Coast, in the high-tech concentration of Seattle’s east side and it has come under the wing of the Institute of Navigation, the new organizer of the event.

PTTI 2013, the 45th systems and applications meeting for Precise Time and Time Interval managers, system engineers and program planners, will be held at the Hyatt Regency Bellevue on December 2 through 5.

A panel session led by Edward Powers of the U.S. Naval Observatory will discuss:

  • Near-term GNSS deployments and the impact on PTTI Applications and Performance
  • Current and future status of: GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, BeiDou/Compass, QZSS, WAAS, EGNOS and IRNSS
  • How each system will affect PTTI applications and performance and the implications of using multiple systems for timing applications

Abstracts are due online by August 2, 2013. Online registration will begin during the summer.

Each year, experts meet to exchange precise time and time interval information at the user level, inform government and industry of the technology and its challenges, discuss new technology and review present and future PTTI requirements.

The annual meeting is sponsored by the U.S. Naval observatory, Naval Research Laboratory, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Defense Information Systems Agency and the U.S. Coast Guard Navigation Center.

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