Abstract submissions are now being accepted for the Institute of Navigation’s (ION) GNSS+ 2014, the 27th International Technical Meeting of the Satellite Division. The conference will take place September 8-12, 2014 (Tutorials September 8-9) at the Tampa Convention Center, Tampa, Florida.
The deadline for submitting abstracts is March 7, 2014. Instructions on submitting your abstract can be found on the ION website.
ION GNSS+ 2014 is the world’s largest technical meeting and showcase of GNSS technology, products and services and brings together international leaders in GNSS and related positioning, navigation and timing fields to present new research, introduce new technologies, update current policy, demonstrate products and exchange ideas.
This year’s conference will feature a technical program focused around six technical tracks:
Commercial Track – Manufacturers and industry experts will present the latest innovations in commercial products and services across a range of domains. The introduction of new technology to products will be covered along will the important aspects of simulation and testing.
Application Track – For researchers, manufacturers and end users to present innovative solutions or projects within a wide range of applications.
Innovations Track – The latest scientific innovations which are emerging from scientific research and developing into the products and services we will see coming to the market in the not too distant future. In addition the scientific applications of new GNSS developments and innovations will be covered.
Advanced Multi-sensor Navigation Track – Leading-edge research on multi-sensor solutions to demanding navigation and positioning challenges that GNSS cannot meet on its own. Papers are welcome on novel non-GNSS positioning technologies and their integration, both with GNSS and with each other.
Advanced Algorithms and Methods – Innovative, state-of-the-art algorithms and methods that preserve and improve GNSS PNT performance now and into the next era of multi-GNSS PNT capabilities. Papers are welcome on any algorithm/software approach to improving the robustness of current GNSS performance, as well as developments that integrate signals and measurements from emerging multi-GNSS constellations. Algorithms that address GNSS vulnerability, new and exciting GNSS applications, enhanced receiver functionality, test beds and practical implementations are encouraged.
System Updates and Modernization – Plans, Policies & Government Aspects
NEW THIS YEAR: Abstracts submitted in the Commercial and Applications tracks are eligible for presentations only in the conference proceedings (a full paper is optional but not required). Peer Review Papers – Technical papers submitted under the Advanced Multi-Sensor Navigation and Advanced Algorithms and Methods tracks are available for optional peer review. Manuscripts must be received in proper form by July 15 to be eligible for peer review.