• Key dates

    Abstract submission opening :
    February 2017

    Abstract submission deadline:
    15 May 2017

    Notification to authors:
    8 June 2017

    Full paper submission deadline:
     31 July 2017

    Provision of peer review evaluation:
    20 September 2017

    Deadline for final paper and presentation  submission:
     24 November 2017
  • Abstract submission is now closed.
  • Call for abstract

    Abstract submission is now open for the "Peer Reviewed Papers" sessions
    Authors are invited to submit their abstracts online before the 15th of May 2017.

    NEW! For the 4th edition, 2 types of session:
    • "Invited guest" sessions: special guests are invited by the scientific committee to give a presentation related to the generic topic of the session. There are 4 guest speakers per session, and the session ends with a round table.
    • "Peer Reviewed Paper" sessions: the presenters of these sessions are selected by the scientific committee based on the following procedure:
      • Authors submit the abstract of their desired contribution (see list of topics below)
      • The scientific committee selects abstracts based on their quality and technical relevance
      • Authors of the selected abstracts are asked to provide their full paper
    • Based on the quality of the full paper, the scientific committee will decide if the paper will be:
      • presented in the "Peer Reviewed Paper" session (primary presentors)
      • an alternate in the "Peer Reviewed Paper" session (presented only if there is a missing primary presentor)
      • rejected
    All selected papers and their associated presentation will be freely available online on the ITSNT website.
    • Autonomous machines (air and land) 
    • Deep learning for navigation
    • Innovative Vision, Radar, Lidar navigation 
    • Innovative Antennas and RF systems 
    • Cooperative navigation
    • Multi-antenna GNSS
    • New hybridization and integration structures (innovative combination of any of: GNSS, precise GNSS, video, IMU, lidar, radar, odometer, magnetometer...)
    • Low cost carrier phase positioning 
    • PNT Resilience (interference, spoofing, …)
    • Spectrum Management 
    • UAS Traffic management (UTM) 
    • Navigation with Signals of Opportunity (SoOp)
    • Augmentation Systems (SBAS, GBAS, ARAIM)
    • Multiconstellation Multifrequency GNSS (e.g. ARAIM)
    • PNT and the natural environment
    • New Integrity schemes for non-aeronautical navigation
    • Timing

    The call for abstract is available in pdf format: click here to download