The program will include keynote addresses, oral presentations, interactive poster sessions, panel sessions, open interactive forums and an informative trade exhibition.
The Asia and Pacific Rim meeting of the CGIC (Civil GPS Service Interface Committee) will be co-located with ISGNSS 2015 to help improve understanding of the world trends in developing and deploying GNSS.
Kyoto is the tourist jewel in Japan’s crown and a mustsee destination for most visitors to the country.
Japan’s capital from 794 to 1868, Kyoto boasts literally thousands of historic Buddhist temples and Shinto
shrines as well as some of Japan’s most beautiful gardens and palaces. Kyoto remains a center of traditional Japanese art and crafts, culture and cuisine. Set in a picturesque basin surrounded by green, wooded hills, the city of Kyoto is designed on a distinctive grid pattern and is easily accessible from Tokyo, Nagoya, or Osaka by Shinkansen ‘bullet’ train. Kyoto’s beauty lies in its temples, shrines, festivals, gardens, cuisine, crafts, clothing and culture. Built in wood since the 8th
century, Kyoto has evolved and changed over the centuries and continues to do so. Ravaged by fire and war
over time, Kyoto has rebuilt and reinvented itself many times over. Kyoto is as much about you and your reaction and feelings to this unique city as the place itself.
30 June, 2015 : Abstract Submission for Scholarship application and Refereed Papers
31 July, 2015 : Full paper Submission for Scholarship application and Refereed Papers
15 August, 2015 : Abstract Submission for Regular Papers
15 September, 2015 : Acceptance Notification
15 October, 2015 : Full Paper Submission