International Symposium on Global Navigation Satellite Systems

“Connecting continents through GNSS where Europe and Asia Meet”

The International symposium on GNSS 2013 (ISGNSS 2013) will be held in Istanbul from October 22 nd to 25th at Congress Center in Yildiz Technical University of Istanbul, and organized by Bulent Ecevit University of Zonguldak, Yildiz Technical University of Istanbul and Turkish Chamber of Survey and Cadastre Engineers. The symposium has been organized since 1999 by International Program Committee of International Symposium on GPS/GNSS.
The theme of ISGNSS 2013 is “Connecting Continents through GNSS where Europe and Asia Meet”. As all the past symposiums on GNSS, this symposium will provide bountiful opportunities to connect scientists, researchers and professional all around the world as Istanbul connects the continents.
The ISGNSS 2013 program will include keynote presentations by the distinguished figures of the GNSS community and technology, oral presentations, poster sessions, a sponsor & exhibitor product and/or services session.
We invite presenters to submit abstracts and papers at ISGNSS2013 on topics listed below, but not by all means they are limited to:
• GNSS Current Status, Organizational and Governance Issues
• Regional Navigation Satellite Systems
• Atmospheric Effects on GNSS
• GNSS Augmentation Systems
• GNSS-Related Remote Sensing and GIS
• GNSS Policy, Services and Opportunities
• Surveying, Mapping and Geodesy
• Indoor Positioning
• GNSS Receivers, Antenna, Algorithms and Products
• Signal Processing, Interference, Multipath
• Land applications and Intelligent Transport Systems
• Aviation, Marine and Space Applications
• Inertial Navigation
• Sensor Networks
• Precise Point Positioning
• RTK and e-GNSS
• LBS and Telematics
• Alternatives and Backup to GNSS
• Timing and Scientific Applications
• Engineering applications
• Multisensor Fusion
• International GNSS Applications and Developments
• Agriculture, Mining and Rural Industries
• Consumer and Urban Applications
• Machine Automation and Control