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Apr
15
Mon
ION Pacific PNT Conference @ Honolulu, Hawaii
Apr 15 – Apr 18 all-day
ION Pacific PNT Conference @ Honolulu, Hawaii

The Institute of Navigation’s (ION) Pacific PNT Conference is a global event dedicated to the cooperative development of positioning, navigation and timing technology and applications.

The conference attracts policy and technical leaders from Japan, Singapore, China, South Korea, Australia, the United States and many other countries, who meet to discuss policy updates, receive program status updates and exchange technical information.

The conference will cover a wide range of topics:

  • GNSS policy/status
  • Polynesian navigation
  • Aircraft navigation and surveillance
  • Algorithms and methods
  • Alternative navigation and signals of opportunity
  • Aviation applications of GNSS
  • Challenging navigation problems
  • Emerging PNT consumer applications
  • GNSS-R and GNSS-RO for environmental monitoring
  • High-precision GNSS correction and monitoring networks
  • Inertial navigation technology and applications
  • Interference and spectrum
  • Ionosphere monitoring with GNSS
  • Natural hazards detection and other remote sensing applications
  • Time and frequency distribution
  • Space navigation technologies

Substantial discounts are available for early registrations.

Sep
25
Wed
9th International Colloquium on Scientific and Fundamental Aspects of GNSS @ Wrocław, Poland
Sep 25 – Sep 27 all-day
9th International Colloquium on Scientific and Fundamental Aspects of GNSS @ Wrocław, Poland

The 9th International Colloquium on Scientific and Fundamental Aspects of GNSS will bring together members of the European scientific community and their international partners involved in the use of Galileo and other GNSS in their research.

The colloquium will address several major areas of research:

  • Scientific applications in meteorology, geodesy, geodynamics, geophysics, space physics, oceanography, land surface and ecosystem studies.
  • Scientific developments in physics with a potential impact on future GNSS, particularly in testing fundamental laws of physics.
  • Aspects of metrology such as reference frames, on board and ground clocks, precise orbit determination and time and frequency transfer.
  • Scientific aspects of satellite navigation, positioning and its applications.
  • Other topics of interest such as big data, IoT, novel disruptive technologies, Cubesats, HAPS, UAVs and autonomous vehicles.
  • Systems and technologies for navigation in space.

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