Abstract submissions are now being accepted for The Institute of Navigation’s (ION) International Technical Meeting (ITM), set for January 26-28, 2015, at the Laguna Cliffs Marriott Hotel, Dana Point California. Abstracts are being accepted through October 3, 2014.
This year’s plenary session will focus on “The Human Factor: Interpreting and Acting on Navigation Data,” and will explore how navigation data is viewed through the lens of human perception and how novel sensing technologies will impact the human experiences.
This year for the first time, all technical papers for ITM 2015 will be peer reviewed. Manuscripts will be designated as a primary paper, or as an alternate paper, in the onsite program based on the session chairs’ peer review of the full manuscripts.
ITM 2013 features more than 150 technical papers presented on a diverse array of topics including:
- Advanced RAIM and Autonomous Integrity
- Alternative Sensors and Emerging Navigation
- Augmentation Systems (SBAS and GBAS)
- Aviation and Marine Applications
- Collaborative Sensing and Multisensor Fusion
- Emerging GNSS and Modernization
- GNSS Processing and Integration
- Human-Centered Navigation
- Interference, Spectrum Management, and
- Backups to GNSS
- MEMS, Timing and Micro PNT
- Quasi-Zenith Satellite System
- Receivers and Antenna Technology
- Robot and Autonomous Vehicle Navigation
- Space and Atmospheric Weather
- Urban, Indoor and Terrestrial Applications
For more information about ION’s International Technical Meeting 2015, please visit .