IGNSS 2015: call for abstracts

By on 7 October, 2014

IGNSS 2015

The International Global Navigation Satellite Systems (IGNSS) Society Inc. has announced the call for abstracts for its 2015 symposium on GPS/GNSS, to be held from 14-16 July 2015 at the Outrigger Hotel, Surfers Paradise, Queensland, Australia.

This interactive conference and exhibition will include updates from the major system providers from USA, Russia, China, Japan, Europe, and India as well as plenary, concurrent and panel sessions, an interactive trade display and field demonstrations of the latest hardware and software from around the world.

The call for abstracts invites interested parties to submit:

  • Abstracts only for Oral or Interactive Poster or Static Poster Presentations
  • Full Papers for Peer Review for Oral or Interactive Poster or Static Poster Presentations
  • Full Papers for Non Peer Review for Oral or Interactive Poster or Static Poster Presentations
  • Expressions of Interest to attend the symposium
  • A Membership Application (with no fees)

Further information including membership (at no cost) to the IGNSS Society can be found on the IGNSS website.

You can download the call for abstracts submission form here.

 

Name: IGNSS 2015

Time: Daily

Date: 14-16 July 2015

Venue: Outrigger Surfers Paradise

Address: 22 View Avenue, Surfers Paradise, QLD 4217

Cost: TBA

Event Website: http://ignss.org/

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