Three topics are available:
- Vision-aided inertial navigation: Enabling accurate positioning in GNSS-denied environments, by Jonathan Kelly, Assistant Professor at the University of Toronto
The tutorial will recall the fundamentals of visual and inertial sensing and detail some sensor fusion techniques.
The problem of the calibration of the Camera-IMU system will be tackled. The reachable performances will be displayed for different use case such as quadrorotors, ground robots and handheld devices.
- Dual-frequency multi-constellation GNSS for Civil Aviation, by Todd Walter, Senior Research Engineer at Stanford University
The tutorial will start with the explanation of the navigation requirements for aviation and how GNSS has been augmented to reach them. The GNSS error sources will then be displayed and characterized by threat models. Finally, the evolution of augmentation systems will be presented, insisting on the Dual-Frequency and Multi-Constellation aspects, with a focus on the ARAIM development.
- Processing of future GNSS signals, by Christophe Macabiau, Head of Telecom Research Team at ENAC
The tutorial will address the structure of the new GNSS signals (Galileo E1/E5, GPS L1C/L5) and explain the innovation embedded in these signals, as well as the expected performances from a signal processing point of view.