Abstract Submission

Abstract submission is now open through EasyChair. Please use the link below to access the IGNSS2018 submission form.

Abstracts are due on Friday 18 September 2017.



Call for Abstracts

7-9 February 2018

IGNSS is the SE Asian region’s premier conference on Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) and related Position, Navigation and Timing (PNT) technologies.

The 2018 IGNSS conference will once again be held in Sydney, Australia, running from February 7 - 9. We will gather leaders in GNSS and PNT to examine the latest technology, present cutting edge research and discuss in open forums the implications for policy, market development and positioning infrastructure deployment.

IGNSS 2018 will showcase a number of contemporary topics including, the role of PNT in automated land and aerial vehicles, the growing range of commercial precise positioning services, hard infrastructure issues such as space based augmentation systems, and soft infrastructure issues such as datum modernisation and mitigation of system vulnerabilities. These hot topics will be discussed in the context of the latest system developments fuelling the Multi-GNSS Era.

Topics open to the following and more:

• Autonomy on land, air and sea
• Aviation and Avionics
• Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems
• Machine Guidance in Agriculture, Construction and Mining
• Maritime Applications
• Unmanned Aerial Systems
• National Positioning Infrastructure
• Policies and Standards
• SBAS and Other Augmentations
• Datums and Geodesy
• National and International GNSS Developments
• Emerging Application Areas for GNSS
• Key Industries and their Reliance on GNSS
• Embracing the Multi-GNSS Era
• Alternatives to GNSS
• GNSS Receiver Development
• GNSS Vulnerability, Resilience and Risk  


Key Dates:

Abstract Submission Due
18 September
Extended to 3 October

Abstract Acceptances
5 October

Papers Due for Review
13 November
Extended to 20 November

Early Bird Registration Closes
4 December

Speaker Registration Due
8 January
Extended to 19 January

RTCM SC104 Meeting
5 - 6 February

QZSS Workshop
6 February

Conference Days
7 - 9 February

Final Papers Due for Publication
(reviewed and non-reviewed)
16 February


Proudly Supported By

Lockheed Martin 

Geoscience Australia 

GPSat Systems Australia Pty Ltd  
 Trimble  Tersus GNSS Inc.  
Vicom Position Partners  
NSW Department of Industry    

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