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Sydney, Australia

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IGNSS 2018, held at the University of New South Wales (UNSW) Australia, Kensington Campus in Sydney, features presentations on a wide array of GNSS applications and innovations.

Day One Keynotes and topics include: Air Vice-Marshall Kym Osley, Department of Defence; Kent Rosser, Defence Science Technology Group - "PNT Challenges and Opportunities in Defence Research"; Stuart Ballingall, Austroads; and presentations addressing Service Providers; SBAS Test Bed Overvew; SBAS Test Bed Project Updates; GNSS Receiver Development and Signal Processing; and Industry Exclusives Session.

Day 2 (February 8, 2018) highlights include: Keynotes: Rod Bryant, u-blox, and Sisi Zlatanova, with a focus on GPSat Presents: GNSS Vulnerability, Resilience and Risk; Algorithms and Methods; Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems; Cooperative Positioning and UAVs; Datums and Geodesy; Augmentation and Correction Services; and Panel: Positioning in Autonomous Systems.

Friday's Day 3 program includes: Keynotes: Stuart Minchin, Australian Space Agency Review Expert Reference Group; Jeff Auerbach, U.S. State Department; Dominic Hayes, European Commission; Dorota Grejner-Brzezinska, The Ohio State University, "PNT for Smart Cities - Are we really ready for autonomous vehicles"; Intelligent Transport Systems and Legal Traceability; and Precise Point Positioning.

Pre IGNSS Events included RTCM SC-104 Committee meeting and a Japan-Australia Quasi-Zenith Satellite System (QZSS) Industry Utilization Workshop.

Jammer Dectector
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