Welcome from the Conference Chairs
It is a great pleasure to invite you to attend the 2016 IGNSS Conference taking place at UNSW Australia's Sydney campus on 6 - 8 December 2016.
IGNSS runs the SE Asian region’s premier conference on Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) and related Position, Navigation and Timing (PNT) technologies. This year’s IGNSS conference will be in Sydney, Australia from 6 to 8 December 2016 and will bring together leaders in GNSS and PNT to examine the latest technology, present cutting edge research and discuss in open forums the implications for policy, market development and positioning infrastructure deployment.
IGNSS 2016 will showcase a number of contemporary topics including, the role of PNT in automated land and aerial vehicles, the growing range of commercial precise positioning services, hard infrastructure issues such as space based augmentation systems, and soft infrastructure issues such as datum modernisation and mitigation of system vulnerabilities. These hot topics will be discussed in the context of the latest system developments fuelling the Multi-GNSS Era.
Featured topics this year are as follows:
- Emerging Application Areas for GNSS
- Key Industries and their Reliance on GNSS
- Aviation and Avionics
- Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems
- Machine Guidance in Agriculture, Construction and Mining
- Maritime Applications
- Unmanned Aerial Systems
- Alternatives to GNSS
- National Positioning Infrastructure
- Policies and Standards
- GNSS Augmentation including SBAS
- Datums and Geodesy
- National and International GNSS Developments
- Embracing the Multi-GNSS Era
- GNSS Receiver Development
- GNSS Vulnerability
We encourage Early Career Researchers as well as Industry R&D to present their work. If you are interested in submitting an abstract for either oral or poster presentation, please follow the links.
We hope you are able to join us!
Mr Matt Higgins, Prof Andrew Dempster, Prof Chris Rizos, A/Prof Allison Kealy, Dr Grant Hausler, Dr Craig Roberts and Mr Martin Nix