Call for Papers

 

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Paper Submissions

EDAS link: http://edas.info/N13591

Driven by both market trends and legal regulations, there is a high demand for providing a robust localization solution, which will be available continuously, regardless the specific environment, i.e., outdoors and indoors, and on different  platforms such as stand-alone navigators, PDAs and mobile devices.

This conference addresses the latest research on satellite-based positioning techniques  to provide reliable and accurate position information with low latency. The emphasis is on the design of GNSS receivers, related signal processing  methodologies and leading edge technologies.


The scope includes (but is not strictly limited to) the following topics:

  1. Signal processing and algorithms for GNSS receivers

  2. Antennas and RF front-ends for GNSS receivers

  3. Multi-system receivers (communication/navigation and multi-GNSS)

  4. Cooperative and peer-to-peer positioning

  5. Positioning based on signals-of-opportunity and swarm-localization

  6. Location methods for indoor and densely populated urban areas

  7. Assisted and hybrid (INS, wireless networks, ...) positioning

  8. GNSS applications for remote sensing

  9. GNSS ionospheric threats, ionospheric sounding and space weather

  10. GNSS Interference and Spoofing countermeasures

  11. Technologies supporting location-based services

  12. GNSS Timing


This conference is jointly organized by European and American professionals. It aims at inspiring the development of new design, implementation, test and evaluation methodologies for positioning receivers, as well as the most novel and challenging applications. The conference is strongly emphasizing both quick turn-around time and high quality of the published papers.


We invite you to submit your original full papers on the most recent results and technology trends in the fields of positioning. The papers will be refereed by peer reviewers, and published in electronic proceedings.


Submitted papers must represent original material that is not currently under review in any other conference or journal, and has not been previously published. Papers should be four to six pages long in the specified format. Papers can be submitted electronically through EDAS http://edas.info/N13591


Papers should be submitted as pdf files prepared according to IEEE two-column A4 format guidelines.



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