The IGNSS Association’s biennial international GNSS conference will return to UNSW Sydney from 7 to 9 February, 2024, where it will celebrate the first half-century of GNSS and look ahead to the next 50 years.
IGNSS 2024 will bring together experts, policy makers and emerging leaders from across the globe to examine the latest advances, present cutting edge research and discuss policy, market development and infrastructure.
The conference will also showcase Australia and New Zealand’s Southern Positioning Augmentation Network (SouthPAN), along with developments by other countries across the Asia-Pacific.
Topics to be covered at the conference will include:
- Autonomy on land, air, sea and in space
- Aviation and avionics
- Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems
- Machine guidance applications in agriculture, construction and mining
- Maritime applications
- Uncrewed aerial systems
- Space applications of PNT in Earth orbit and for lunar and Martian exploration
- Positioning infrastructure
- GNSS vulnerability, resilience and risk
- Interference detection and mitigation
- Policies and standards
- SBAS and other augmentations
- Datums and geodesy
- National and international GNSS developments
- Emerging application areas for GNSS
- Key industries and their reliance on GNSS
- The multi-GNSS era
- Cyber security in PNT applications and infrastructure
- Alternative PNT
- State of the art in PNT algorithms and software development
- GNSS aiding and sensor fusion
- Positioning in GNSS denied environments
- Development of GNSS receiver hardware and firmware
- Precise position using smartphones
The organisers are encouraging early career researchers and industry representatives to present their work. The abstract submission process will open soon — keep an eye on the IGNSS website for announcements.
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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.