Registrations for the 2018 event are now open. Make sure you join our email list to stay up to date.
Speaker Registrations, Full Registrations and Student Registrations at the Early Bird or Standard prices include attendance at all sessions from 7 to 9 February 2018, INCLUDING the Reception on Day 1 and the Conference Dinner on Day 2. Registration also includes the conference program booklet, name badge, morning/afternoon refreshments and lunch. When completing your registration you will be given the opportunity to advise whether or not you will be attending the conference dinner.
Single Day Registration includes attendance at the sessions on the nominated day, one conference program booklet, name badge, morning and afternoon refreshments and lunch on the specified day. It does not include attendance at the Conference Dinner.
RTCM SC-104 Meeting Observation: The RTCM SC-104 Committee will conduct their meeting at UNSW Sydney on 5 - 6 February 2017 (Monday and Tuesday preceding IGNSS2018) and welcomes IGNSS2018 delegates to attend as observers. Registration to observe the meeting is free but RSVP's are required and will be collected in the IGNSS registration form.
Background: RTCM Special Committees are chartered to address in-depth radio communication and radionavigation areas of concern to the RTCM membership. The output documents and reports prepared by these Committees are usually published as RTCM Standards. Special Committees are chaired by a subject expert, appointed from an RTCM member organization. The standards applying to DGNSS systems are the ones of data transmission standards defined by the Special Committee 104 on DGNSS. Among other subjects, RTCM SC104 develops international standards for augmentation of Global Navigation Satellite Systems including GPS (USA), GLONASS (Russia), Galileo (Europe), QZSS (Japan) and now the Chinese BeiDou system. The RTCM established Special Committee 104 on Differential NAVSTAR/GPS Service in November 1983 to address the methods to be used to provide differential GPS service and to develop standards for the data format. The standards applying to DGNSS systems are the ones of data transmission standards defined by the Special Committee 104 on DGNSS, some of which are employed in Safety of Life applications.
Japan-Australia Quasi-Zenith Satellite System (QZSS) Industry Utilisation Workshop: The Japan-Australia Quasi-Zenith Satellite System (QZSS) Industry Utilisation Workshop on 6 February will provide a forum to explore the potential applications of QZSS in Australia. The workshop is targeted to Australian industry and is open to all participants interested in satellite positioning business and technology. Japanese presenters will provide an update on QZSS and overview applications in agriculture, autonomous driving, traffic management and maritime etc. in Japan. Australian presenters will highlight potential use-cases for QZSS. The workshop will provide an opportunity to develop future collaboration and innovation between Australian and Japanese organisations and businesses using QZSS.
Japanese attendees will include industry representatives from the agriculture, road transport, maritime sectors as well as representatives from METI and other relevant government organisations. To register for the QZSS Workshop you must visit the JETRO website to enter your details: https://www.jetro.go.jp/australia/events/upcoming.html
Early Bird Registrations
Early Bird Registration prices will be available until 4 December 2017.
Registration Categories & Prices
|Early Bird 20% Discount
|Speaker (3 days)||$ 690||$ 828|
|Full Registration (3 days)||$ 890||$ 1,068|
|IGNSS Member (3 days)||$ 790||$ 948|
|Student (3 days)||$ 360|
|1 Day Ticket||$ 460|
|Additional Guest Cruise Ticket*
(can be purchased during registration or seperately)
If you would like to purchase an additional cruise ticket either for a partner or other guest, or as a late add-on to a 1-Day ticket, you can do so via the registration portal.
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Registration Cancellation and Refund Policy
Cancellations must be received in writing by email to the organising committee. Cancellations will not be deemed to be received until you have written confirmation from the organising committee. If you have not received acknowledgement within five business days, please contact the Conference Organising Committee by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cancellations received on or before, six (6) weeks prior to the start of the conference, will incur a fee of 50% of the registration amount. No refunds will be made for cancellations for the Conference postmarked on or after six (6) weeks before conference.