Session V9a: GNSS Augmentation and Robustness for Autonomous Navigation - VIRTUAL ONLY

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Presentations in this session will be pre-recorded, and will become available for viewing by registered attendees on Wednesday, September 22.

Session Chairs

Dr. Mathieu Joerger
Virginia Tech


Dr. Junesol Song
ENAC, France

 
Track Chair

Dr. Jason Gross
West Virginia University

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Virtual Presentations
Pre-recorded presentations will become available for viewing by registered attendees on Wednesday, September 22.
  Enhanced Local-Area DGNSS for Autonomous Vehicle Navigation: Optimal Smoothing Strategy : Gihun Nam, Dongwoo Kim, Noah Minchan Kim, and Jiyun Lee, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, South Korea Sam Pullen, Stanford University; Peer Reviewed
  Evil Waveforms Detection Solutions for Autonomous Navigation Integrity : António Negrinho, Pedro Fernandes, Pedro Boto, GMV, Portugal; Fernando Nunes and Fernando Sousa, IT, Portugal
  Fast GNSS Ambiguity Resolution under Frequent and Persistent Outages of Differential Data for Vessel Navigation : Jan-Jöran Gehrt, René Zweigel and Dirk Abel, Institute of Automatic Control, RWTH Aachen University, Germany
  GNSS Fault Monitoring using Android Devices : Dong-Kyeong Lee, University of Colorado Boulder; Yebin Lee, Sejong University, South Korea; Dennis Akos, University of Colorado Boulder; Sul Gee Park, Sang Hyun Park, Korea Research Institute of Ships and Ocean Engineering, South Korea; Byungwoon Park, Sejong University, South Korea
  Improved Observation Interval Bounding for Multi-GNSS Integrity Monitoring in Urban Navigation : Jingyao Su and Steffen Schön, Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany Peer Reviewed Best Presentation
  Integrity Bounds for Rail and Road Applications Based on Local Hazard Maps : Alessandro Neri, Roma TRE University, RADIOLABS, Italy; Roberto Capua, SOGEI, Italy; Aleš Filip, University of Pardubice, Czech Republic; Agostino Ruggeri, RADIOLABS, Italy; Sara Baldoni, Roma TRE University Peer Reviewed
  Mitigation of the Phase Wind-up Effect for PPP Ambiguity Resolution using INS and Geometry-free Approach in UAV Experiments : Hideki Yamada, Saya Matsushita, Isao Kawano, Koichi Inoue, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan; and Tomoji Takasu, Tokyo University of Marine and Science Technology, Japan Peer Reviewed
  Test of GNSS Receiver Behavior in Presence of Multiple Correlation Peaks Induced by Evil Waveform : Ikhlas Selmi, Paul Thevenon, Christophe Macabiau, ENAC, Université de Toulouse, France; Jaron Samson, ESA, France Peer Reviewed

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