• 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
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  • Tuesday Nov 14th

    • Afternoon : 14:00-17:30: Tutorials (Separate Registration Required)
    • Tutorial #1: ‘GNSS Challenges, Performance, Augmentation and Alternatives in Urban Environments’, Prof. Gérard Lachapelle, University of Calgary, Canada
    • Tutorial #2: ‘3D Vision: Camera Motion and Scene Structure from Multiple Views’, Assoc. Prof. Javier Civera, University of Zaragoza, Spain
  • Wednesday Nov 15th

                 8:00-8:45: Registration

    8:45-8:55: Opening of ITSNT 2017

                 9:00-9:30: Keynote Opening Speech
    • Prof. Jade Morton, University of Colorado at Boulder (USA), ‘Satellite Navigation and Ionosphere Monitoring: Turning a Threat into Signals-of-Opportunity'

         9:30-10:00: Coffee Break
         10:00-12:30: "Invited Guest" Session #1: Systems and Algorithms
         Session moderator: Olivier Julien, ENAC (France)
    • 10:00-10:30: Prof. Gérard Lachapelle, University of Calgary (Canada), ‘GNSS Carrier Phase Positioning: Performance and Limitations’
    • 10:35-11:05: Stefan Wallner, ESA (The Netherlands), ‘Galileo System and Signal Evolution’
    • 11:10-11:40: Ass. Prof. Todd Humphreys, University of Texas at Austin (USA), 'Robust and Secure Perception for Automated Vehicles'
    • 11:45-12:30: Panel Discussion with all session speakers 

         12:30-14:00: Lunch
                 14:00-17:00: Afternoon: 2 parallel sessions
    "Peer Reviewed Papers" Sessions #1 : Advanced GNSS Integrity : Session co-chairs: Prof. B. Pervan (IIT, USA) and François Tranchet (Airbus, France) "Young researcher" Session : Navigation for Robots and Drones : Session co-chairs : Maarten Uijt de Haag
    (Ohio Univ, USA) and Ass. Prof. T. Humphreys
    (Univ. of Texas Audtin, USA)"
    • 14:00-14:25: In depth characterization of EGNOS ground stations response to space weather disturbances, Ridha Chaggara, ESSP (France)
    • 14:00-14:25: Vertical Protection Level (VPL) derivation of multi-sensor integrated LAD-GNSS for UAV applications, Jinsil Lee (KAIST, South Korea)
    • 14:30-14:55: SBAS DFMC performance analysis with the SBAS DFMC Service Volume software Prototype (DSVP), Daniel Salos, Egis Avia (France)
    • 14:30-14:55: Visual SLAM contribution in a multi-sensor fusion architecture for land vehicle navigation, Amani Ben Afia (ENAC, France)
    • 15:00-15:25: From the pseudo - range overbounding to the integrity risk overbounding, Igor Nikiforov, Troyes University of Technology, UTT/ICD/LM2S, UMR 6281 CNRS (France)
    • 15:00-15:25: ARDEA : An MAV for autonomous navigation in unstructured, unknown, GPS-denied environment, Marcus Müller (DLR, Germany)
    15:25-16:00: Coffee Break
    • 16:00-16:25: A demonstrator to prove ARAIM concept, Daniel Salos, Egis Avia (France)
    • 16:00-16:25: Towards Autonomous Planetary Exploration: Collaborative Multi-Robot Localization and Mapping in GPS-denied Environments, Martin Schuster (DLR, Germany)
    • 16:30-16:55: Integrity Risk Evaluation for GPS/GLONASS RAIM with Multiple Faults, Eugene Bang, ENAC (France)
    • Alternate 1: Modelling EGNOS orbit and clock corrections residuals, Quentin Tessier, ENAC (France)
                 17:00-18:00: Cocktail
  • Thursday Nov 16th

    • Morning :

                 9:00-12:30: "Invited Guest" Session #2: Air Navigation
                   Session moderator: Dr. Christophe Macabiau, ENAC (France)
    • 09:00-09:30: 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’
    • 09:35-10:05: Prof. Maarten Uijt de Haag, Ohio University (USA), ‘Assured Navigation of UAS in Challenging Environments’
    10:05-10:35: Coffee Break
    • 10:35-11:05: Dr Carl Milner, ENAC (France), 'Determining GNSS Fault Probabilities'
    • 11:10-11:40: Prof. Boris Pervan, Illinois Institute of Technology (USA), on ‘ARAIM Fault Detection and Exclusion’
    • 11:45-12:30: Panel Discussion with all session speakers

    12:30-14:00: Lunch
                 14:00-17:30: Afternoon : 2 parallel sessions
    "Peer Reviewed Papers" Sessions #2 : 
    GNSS Resilience 
    : Session co-chairs: Dr. B. Roturier (DSNA, France) and Dr. I. Fernandez-Hernandez (EC, Belgium)
    "Peer Reviewed Papers" Sessions #3 :
    Improved Navigation Algorithm : 
    Session co-chairs: Ass. Prof. N. Kubo (TUM, Japan) and
    Michael Meurer (DLR, Germany)
    • 14:00-14:25: Comparison of low complexity C/No estimators for GNSS signals affected by ionospheric scintillation, José Marçal, University of Lisbon (Portugal)
    • 14:00-14:25: Multi - antenna GNSS and INS/Odometer Coupling for Robust Vehicular Navigation, Ali Broumandan, University of Calgary (Canada)
    • 14:30-14:55: Dual – constellation Vector Tracking Algorithm in lonosphere and Multipath Conditions, Enik Shytermeja, ENAC (France)
    • 14:30-14:55: Assessment of New Tracking Architectures for Future GNSS Receivers in Harsh Environments, Mathilde Dufour, Altran Sud (France)
    • 15:00-15:25: Performance Evaluation of Signal Quality Monitoring Techniques for GNSS Multipath Detection, Ali Pirsiavash, University of Calgary (Canada)
    • 15:00-15:25: Cycle – slip Detection and Repair Using a Low Cost Single Frequency Receiver with inertial – aiding, Yu Wang, ENAC (France)
    15:25-15:55: Coffee Break
    • 16:00-16:25: On the use of low - cost inertial measurement units for autonomous spoofing detection in vehicular applications, James Curran, ESA (The Netherlands)
    • 16:00-16:25: Position Matching Estimation Using 3D Simulator for GNSS Positioning in Multipath/Non - Line - Of - Sight Environments, Nabil Kbayer, ISAE-SUPAERO/TESA (France)
    • 16:30-16:55: Influence of GNSS spoofing on drone in automatic flight mode, Alexandre Vervisch Picois,Telecom Sud – Paris Institut Mines Telecom (France)
    • 16:30-16:55: Navigation Satellite Fault Detection and Failure Cause Identification Methods Using Inter - satellite Links and Trigonometry Law, Jang JinHyeok, Konkuk University (South Korea)
    • 17:00-17:25: GNSS Spoofing Detection in Covered Spoofing Attack Using Antenna Array, Ali Broumandan, University of Calgary (Canada)
    • 17:00-17:25: Worst Impact of Pseudorange nominal Bias on the Position in a Civil Aviation Context, Jean-Baptiste Pagot, ENAC (France)
    • Alternate 1: Thales TopAlert solution for jammer detection and localisation, Audrey Guilloton, Thales Avionics (France)
    • Alternate 1: 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)
    • Alternate 2: Using of Collective Detection for GNSS Signals Authentication, Nicolas Bouny, M3 Systems (France)
  • Friday Nov 17th

    • Morning:
    9:00-12:30: "Invited Guest" Session #3: Terrestrial Navigation
    Session moderator: Prof. Gérard Lachapelle, University of Calgary (Canada)
    • 9:00-9:30: Assoc. Prof. Nobuaki Kubo, Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology (Japan), ‘The role of GNSS on Intelligent Transport Systems’
    • 9:35-10:05: Ignacio Fernandez Hernandez, European Commission, DG GROW 'Resilient Positioning, Navigation, and Timing'

    10:05-10:35: Coffee Break
    • 10:35-11:05: Assoc. Prof. Javier Civera, SLAM Lab, Robotics, Perception and Real-Time Group, University of Zaragoza (Spain), ‘Vision for Motion Algorithms’
    • 11:10-11:40: Dr. Rudolph Triebel, Department of Perception and Cognition, DLR (Germany), ‘Perception and Cognition for Navigation of Robot Systems’
    • 11:45-12:30: Panel Discussion with all session speakers

    Closing of ITSNT 2017
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     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.