In 2015 the symposium was composed of three sessions: “Positioning in Challenging Environments”, "GNSS Signals and System Design” and “Air Navigation”. Each session, lasting for half a day, consisted of four presentations followed by a round table that favored the interaction between the audience and the experts.
"Impacts of 42 Years of Experience on GNSS"
Dr. AJ Van Dierendonck, AJ Systems, USA
"Role of Vision Sensors in Robust/Safe Navigation Systems"
Prof. John F. Raquet, Director of the Autonomy and Navigation Technology Center, US Air Force Institute of Technology, USA
"Positioning Needs and Associated Challenges for Autonomous Vehicles"
Dr. Martin Haueis, Head of Localization and Data Management, Daimler AG, Germany
"Precise Positioning in Urban Environment"
Dr. Lauri Wirola, System Architect, HERE, Finland
"Technical Developments in GNSS Space Receivers"
Lionel Ries, Head of the Navigation / Location Signals Department, CNES, France
"Techniques for Spoofing and for Spoofing Mitigation"
Prof. Mark L. Psiaki, Cornell University, USA
"State of the Art in GNSS Authentication and Opportunities for System Evolutions"
Oscar Pozzobon, Founder and Technical Director, Qascom, Italy
"BeiDou Next Generation Signal Structure and Expected Performance – Challenges and Proposed Solutions"
Ass. Prof. Zheng Yao, Tsinghua University, China
"Effects and Detection of Clock Failures for GNSS System Times based on Flying Clocks"
Francis Soualle, Navigation System Engineer, Airbus Defence and Space, Germany
"Next-generation GNSS Avionics Standards and Spectrum Protection"
Dr. Christopher J. Hegarty, Director for CNS Engineering & Spectrum, MITRE Corporation, USA
"Completing the Landing - Evaluating Continuity in GBAS"
Dr. Morten Stakkeland, Development Engineer, Research and Development Navigation, Indra Navia, Norway
"Horizontal Advanced RAIM: Operational benefits and future challenges"
Mikael Mabilleau, Navigation services manager, Egis Avia, France
"Resilient Alternative PNT Capabilities for Aviation to Support Continued Performance Based Navigation Operations"
Sherman Lo, Senior research engineer, Stanford University, USA
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