Abstracts are now being accepted for the IEEE/Institute of Navigation (ION) Positioning, Location and Navigation Symposium (PLANS) 2014 to be held May 5-8 at the Hyatt Regency Monterey Hotel in Monterey, California. The deadline for submitting abstracts is November 1, 2013.
Instructions on submitting your abstract can be found at www.plansconference.org.
PLANS 2014 is the fifth biennial conference co-sponsored by the IEEE, AESS and the ION. The conference features researchers and engineers from around the globe who present their latest work in positioning and navigation technologies. Presentations range from fundamental research, to applications, to field test results with a particular emphasis on inertial navigation. Technical sessions cover a range of subjects for both beginners and seasoned professionals.
IEEE/ION PLANS 2014 technical program will be centered around four technical tracks including Inertial Sensing and Technology, GNSS Technologies and Systems, Integrated Applications of Sensors and Technology and Systems Technology.
Technical papers will be presented on current position, location and navigation issues:
- High-Performance Inertial Sensor Technologies
- Low-Cost Inertial Sensor Technologies
- Multisensor Integrated Systems and Sensor Fusion Technologies
- Sensor Manufacturing, Error Modeling & Testing
- Emerging Atom-Based Sensor Technologies
- Micro-technology for PNT
- Receiver and Antenna Technology
- High Assurance GNSS
- Interference, Spectrum Issues and Robust Navigation
- Precise Positioning, Weak Signal, and Advanced Processing
- Modernized GNSS
- GNSS Augmentation Systems
- Indoor Personal and First-Responder Navigation
- Urban Personal and Vehicular Navigation
- Vision/Integrated Navigation Systems
- Adaptable Navigation System Technology
- Environmental Features and Novel Navigation Sensors
- Terrestrial Radionavigation and RF-Positioning
- Commercial Aviation Positioning and Navigation Applications
- Small UAV Positioning and Navigation Applications
- Consumer, Smartphone and Personal Navigation Applications
- Marine Positioning and Navigation Applications
- Terrestrial and Automotive Positioning and Navigation Applications
- Robotic Guidance, Navigation and Control Applications
In addition to a commercial exhibit, this year’s program includes half-day, pre-conference tutorials on:
- Fundamentals of Inertial Navigation
- Sensor Integration for Personal Navigation
- Fundamentals of Kalman Filtering
- Alternative Navigation Methods
- NonLinear Kalman Filtering
- Multi-constellation GNSS – Similarities/differences between GPS, Galileo, BDS, and GLONASS
- Image-Aided Navigation
The deadline for submitting abstracts is November 1, 2013. Submit your abstract today at www.plansconference.org.