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IGNSS Conference 2016

When:
6 December, 2016 – 8 December, 2016 all-day
2016-12-06T00:00:00+11:00
2016-12-09T00:00:00+11:00
Where:
Colombo Theatres, UNSW Australia
High St Near Gate 2 UNSW
Randwick NSW 2031
Australia

A future-proof modernised datum for Australia enabling a cascade of innovative, new high precision positioning applications is just part of the program for the upcoming IGNSS conference at UNSW. Engage in the automated and connected vehicles moderated forum with leading industry experts. Watch industry battle academics as they question if “the rise of multi-GNSS will topple GPS as the gold standard of positioning”.

See a live demonstration of indoor positioning and timing using the re-engineered Iridium constellation. Come to the special datum modernisation forum and see developments in the home-grown next generation multi-GNSS analysis software to increase Australian capability.

The rise of multi-GNSS will topple GPS as the gold standard of positioning”

The best place to meet the pioneers and bright new start-ups of this new frontier of navigation applications is at UNSW, Australia’s best Engineering University, for the IGNSS 6 – 8 Dec, 2016.

Representatives from the US GPS service, Russia’s Glonass and the fast growing Chinese Beidou GNSS system are locked in. Alan Cameron, the editor of the US magazine GPS World, will be giving a keynote as well as the head of innovation at the Australian Institute of Sport. The programme is peppered with technical presentations from researchers and students pushing the limits of high tech positioning and applications. A cruise on the beautiful Sydney Harbour on Wednesday night will give the opportunity to network and exchange ideas in a more relaxed social environment.

Register now at http://www.ignss2016.unsw.edu.au/

 

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