• 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:
    5 September 2017

    Deadline for final paper and presentation  submission:
     24 November 2017
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  • Tuesday Nov 14th

    • Afternoon :
    Tutorials (Separate Registration Required)
    • Tutorial #1: ‘GNSS Challenges, Performance, Augmentation and Alternatives in Urban Environments’, Prof. Gérard Lachapelle, University of Calgary, Canada
    • Tutorial #2: ‘Processing of Future GNSS Signals’, Dr. Olivier Julien, ENAC, France
    • Tutorial #3: ‘3D Vision: Camera Motion and Scene Structure from Multiple Views’, Assoc. Prof. Javier Civera, University of Zaragoza, Spain
  • Wednesday Nov 15th

    • Morning :
    Opening of ITSNT 2017

    Keynote Opening Speech
    Prof. Per Enge, Stanford University (USA), ‘Cyber Security for Railway Use of the Global Navigation Satellite Systems’
     
    "Invited Guest" Session #1: Systems and Algorithms
    Session moderator: Prof. Per Enge, Stanford University (USA)
    • Prof. Gérard Lachapelle, University of Calgary (Canada), ‘GNSS Carrier Phase Positioning: Performance and Limitations’
    • Stefan Wallner, ESA (The Netherlands), ‘Galileo System and Signal Evolution’
    • Prof. Jade Morton, Colorado State University (USA), ‘Satellite Navigation and Ionosphere Monitoring: Turning a Threat into Signals-of-Opportunity’
     
    • Afternoon : 2 parallel sessions
     
    "Peer Reviewed Papers" Sessions #1 : Advanced GNSS Integrity * "Young researcher" Session : Navigation for Robots and Drones
    • Modelling EGNOS orbit and clock corrections residuals, Quentin Tessier, ENAC (France)
    • SBAS DFMC performance analysis with the SBAS DFMC Service Volume software Prototype (DSVP), Daniel Salos, Egis Avia (France)
    • Integrity Risk Evaluation for GPS/GLONASS RAIM with Multiple Faults, Eugene Bang, ENAC (France)
    • From the pseudo - range overbounding to the integrity risk overbounding, Igor Nikiforov, Troyes University of Technology, UTT/ICD/LM2S, UMR 6281 CNRS (France)
    • In depth characterization of EGNOS ground stations response to space weather disturbances, Ridha Chaggara, ESSP (France)
    • A demonstrator to prove ARAIM concept, Daniel Salos, Egis Avia (France)
    • Selected presentations to be provided soon
     
    • Cocktail
  • Thursday Nov 16th

    • Morning :
     
    "Invited Guest" Session #2: Air Navigation
    Session moderator: Dr. Christophe Macabiau, ENAC (France)
    • Dr. Benoit Roturier, DSNA (France), ‘15 years of experience of GNSS approaches procedures implementation at worldwide level, where are we now, and what are the challenges from now on to 2030’
    • Prof. Maarten Uijt de Haag, Ohio University (USA), ‘Assured Navigation of UAS in Challenging Environments’
    • Assoc. Prof. Jiyun Lee, KAIST (South Korea), ‘Local Area DGNSS for UAV navigation’
    • Prof. Boris Pervan, Illinois Institute of Technology (USA), on ‘ARAIM Fault Detection and Exclusion’
     
    • Afternoon : 2 parallel sessions
     
    "Peer Reviewed Papers" Sessions #2 : GNSS Resilience * "Peer Reviewed Papers" Sessions #3 : Improved Navigation Algorithm *
    • On the use of low - cost inertial measurement units for autonomous spoofing detection in vehicular applications, James Curran, ESA (The Netherlands)
    • Comparison of low complexity C/No estimators for GNSS signals affected by ionospheric scintillation, José Marçal, University of Lisbon (Portugal)
    • Using of Collective Detection for GNSS Signals Authentication, Nicolas Bouny, M3 Systems (France)
    • Dual – constellation Vector Tracking Algorithm in lonosphere and Multipath Conditions, Enik Shytermeja, ENAC (France)
    • Performance Evaluation of Signal Quality Monitoring Techniques for GNSS Multipath Detection, Ali Pirsiavash, University of Calgary (Canada)
    • GNSS Authenticity Verification in Covered Spoofing Attack Using Antenna Array, Ali Broumandan, University of Calgary (Canada)
    • Thales TopAlert solution for jammer detection and localisation, Audrey Guilloton, Thales Avionics (France)
    • Influence of GNSS spoofing on drone in automatic flight mode, Alexandre Vervisch Picois,Telecom Sud – Paris Institut Mines Telecom (France)
    • Multi - antenna GNSS and INS/Odometer Coupling for Robust Vehicular Navigation, Ali Broumandan, University of Calgary (Canada)
    • Position Matching Estimation Using 3D Simulator for GNSS Positioning in Multipath/Non - Line - Of - Sight Environments, Nabil Kbayer, ISAE-SUPAERO/TESA (France)
    • Bringing Moving Baseline RTK to the Mass – Markets, Cécile Mongrédien, U-Blox (Switzerland)
    • Worst Impact of Pseudorange nominal Bias on the Position in a Civil Aviation Context, Jean-Baptiste Pagot, ENAC (France)
    • Cycle – slip Detection and Repair Using a Low Cost Single Frequency Receiver with inertial – aiding, Yu Wang, ENAC (France)
    • Framework and Performance Evaluation of a Ray Tracing - Software Defined Radio Method for GNSS Positioning in an Urban Canyon Environment, Rei Furukawa, Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology (Japan)
    • Assessment of New Tracking Architectures for Future GNSS Receivers in Harsh Environments, Mathilde Dufour, Altran Sud (France)
    • Navigation Satellite Fault Detection and Failure Cause Identification Methods Using Inter - satellite Links and Trigonometry Law, Jang JinHyeok, Konkuk University (South Korea)
  • Friday Nov 17th

    • Morning:
     
    "Invited Guest" Session #3: Terrestrial Navigation
    Session moderator: Prof. Gérard Lachapelle, University of Calgary (Canada)
    • Assoc. Prof. Nobuaki Kubo, Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology (Japan), ‘The role of GNSS on Intelligent Transport Systems’
    • Karen Van Dyke, Department of Transportation (USA), ‘Resilience of PNT’
    • Dr. Rudolph Triebel, Department of Perception and Cognition, DLR (Germany), ‘Perception and Cognition for Navigation of Robot Systems’
    • Assoc. Prof. Javier Civera, SLAM Lab, Robotics, Perception and Real-Time Group, University of Zaragoza (Spain), ‘Vision for Motion Algorithms’

    Closing of ITSNT 2017
  • Associated events

     Workshop on Spaceborne GNSS Receivers
     
    The French Space Agency's Technical Skills Communities (CNES CCT) have the pleasure of inviting you to the workshop "Spaceborne GNSS Receivers – Needs and Solutions" to be held on November 14th, 2017 at ENAC premises in Toulouse, France. The registration to this event is mandatory. This event is a one-day workshop on spaceborne GNSS receivers during which both industrial and institutional European actors will have the opportunity to present and exchange on the latest hot topics on this subject. 

    http://cct-workshop-on-spaceborne-gnss-receivers.evenium.net/
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