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Unless otherwise noted, all times are in Central Daylight Time (CDT)

Monday, 9:00 a.m. - 12:20 p.m. CDT

CGSIC

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Session Chairs:

John Wilde

9:00 AM Introduction: Mr. John Wilde, Chair
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9:10 AM China BeiDou Update: Dr. Jun Shen, International Cooperation Center, China Satellite Navigation Office and Professor GENG Changjiang, Head of International Cooperation, BeiDou Test and Assessment Research Center, China Satellite Navigation Office (CSNO)
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9:30 AM COVID-19 Tracking in Korea: Mr. Kyungjin Hwang, Deputy director, Korea Ministry of the Interior and Safety
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9:50 AM Japan QZSS Status: Mr. Satoshi Kogure, QZSS Strategy Office, Japan National Space Policy Secretariat, Cabinet Office
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10:10 AM Canada, Country Update: Ms. Jennifer Wharram, Director, Positioning, Navigation and Timing Office (PNTO), Department of Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada (ISED)
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10:30 AM PNT Architecture and MarRINav: Mr. Dana Goward, Resilient Navigation and Timing Foundation; Mr. Jonathan Turner, NLA International; and Dr. Alan Grant, Principal Development Engineer, UK General Lighthouse Authorities
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Break: 10 minutes
11:00 AM Report from the Nordic Countries: Professor Anna Jensen, Head of Geodesy and Satellite Positioning Division, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
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11:20 AM GNSS Research and Applications in the Czech Republic: Dr. Vaclav Navratil and Professor František Vejražka, Integrated Satellite and Terrestrial Navigation Technologies Centre Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague
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11:40 AM SPACEKEYS - A European Space Agency NAVISP Project to Build an A-RAIM Testbed: Dr. Bastiaan Ober, Integricom, and Mr. John Wilde, CEO, SPACEKEYS
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12:00 PM Progress Towards a Regional SBAS Service for Australia and New Zealand: Mr. Simon Reynolds, Senior SBAS Engineer, Geoscience, Australia and Mr. Dave Collett, Senior Positioning Advisor, Land Information, New Zealand
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12:20 PM Q/A

Monday, 2:00 p.m. - 5:20 p.m. CDT

CGSIC

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Session Chairs:

Dr. Bijunath Patla
National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
Dr. Lin Yi
Jet Propulsion Laboratory

2:00 PM Introduction and Report from NIST: Dr. Bijunath Patla, Chair, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
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2:20 PM USNO Laboratory Update: Mr. Stephen Mitchell, U.S. Naval Observatory (USNO)
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2:40 PM Algorithms and Features of the New GPS System Timescale: Dr. Michael Coleman, Naval Research Laboratory (NRL)
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3:00 PM Report From JPL: Dr. Lin Yi, JPL, California Institute of Technology
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Break: 20 minutes
3:40 PM Control Algorithm for Resilient Timing: Dr. Patricia Larkoski, MITRE
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4:00 PM NIST Network Time Services: Current Status and Future Plans: Prof. Dr. Judah Levine, NIST
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4:20 PM Atomic Clocks for Fundamental Physics: Time for Discovery: Prof. Marianna Safronova, University of Delaware
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4:40 PM GPS/Galileo Time Transfer with Absolutely Calibrated Receivers: Mr. Roberto Prieto-Cerdeira and Dr. Pierre Waller, European Space Agency, ESTEC
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5:00 PM Discussion

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Session Chairs:

Francine Coloma
CORS Team Geodesist, NOAA National Geodetic Survey (NGS)
Neil Winn
GIS Specialist, National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior

2:00 PM Welcome Remarks: Ms. Francine Coloma, Chair, and Mr. Neil Winn, Deputy Chair
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2:10 PM Current Status and the Future of the National CORS Network (NCN): Mr. John Galetzka, CORS Branch Chief, NOAA National Geodetic Survey
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2:30 PM Missouri Department of Transportation: RTK/LIDAR/Survey: Mr. Anthony Morgan, Missouri Department of Transportation
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2:50 PM Missouri Department of Agriculture Land Survey Program: Mr. Jess Moss, Geodetic Section Chief, Missouri Department of Agriculture
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3:10 PM National Remote Sensing Program: Mr. Everett Hinkley, Program Manager, U.S. Forest Service
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Break: 10 minutes
3:40 PM Supporting GNSS Workflow and Staff Skill Diversity in the NPS Midwest Region: Mr. Reese Hirth, GIS Coordinator Mid-West Region, National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior
4:00 PM Exploiting SWPC Products to Aid Positioning and Accuracy: Mr. Rob Steenburgh, Space Scientist, NOAA Space Weather Prediction Center
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4:20 PM GPS/GNSS Applications in Support of the USGS 3D Elevation Program (3DEP): Mr. Josh Nimetz, U.S. Geological Survey
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4:40 PM Q&A: Moderated by Mr. Neil Winn, Deputy Chair

Tuesday, 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. CDT

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Session Chairs:

Karen Van Dyke
Director, PNT and Spectrum Management, U.S. Department of Transportation
Captain Michael Glander
Commanding Officer, U.S. Coast Guard Navigation Center

9:00 AM Welcome/Opening: Ms. Karen Van Dyke, Chair
9:05 AM Meeting Overview: Captain Michael Glander, Deputy Chair
9:10 AM Keynote Address: Major General John E. Shaw, Combined Force Space Component Commander, U.S. Space Command, and Commander, Space Operations Command, U.S. Space Force
9:30 AM White House PNT Policy Update: Colonel Curtis Hernandez, Director, National Security Space Policy, National Space Council
9:50 AM U.S. National Space-Based PNT Update: Mr. Harold Martin, Director, National Coordination Office for Space-Based Positioning, Navigation, and Timing
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10:10 AM GPS User Perspectives: Admiral Thad Allen, U.S. Coast Guard (Ret.), U.S. PNT Advisory Board Chair
Break: 15 minutes
10:45 AM GPS Program Update: Colonel Ryan Colburn, Capability Area Integrator for PNT and SATCOM, Space and Missile Systems Center, U.S. Space Force
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11:10 AM GPS Constellation Status and Performance: Major Jessica Pratt, Director of Operations, Second Space Operations Squadron, U.S. Space Force
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11:35 AM Q/A Panel

Tuesday, 1:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. CDT

CGSIC

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Session Chairs:

Karen Van Dyke
Director, PNT and Spectrum Management, U.S. Department of Transportation
Captain Michael Glander
Commanding Officer, U.S. Coast Guard Navigation Center

1:00 PM Subcommittee Reports: 1) International Information Subcommittee: Mr. John Wilde, SPACEKEYS 2) Timing Subcommittee: Dr. Bijunath Patla, National Institute of Standards and Technology 3) Surveying, Mapping, and Geosciences Subcommittee: Ms. Francine Coloma, NOAA National Geodetic Survey
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1:40 PM State Department Activities: Mr. Jeffrey Auerbach, Senior GNSS Advisor, U.S. Department of State
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2:00 PM DOT PNT Update: Ms. Karen Van Dyke, PNT and Spectrum Manager, U.S. Department of Transportation, and Dr. Andrew Hansen, Volpe National Transportation Systems Center
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2:20 PM FAA Navigation Programs Update: Ms. Deborah Lawrence, Navigation Programs Manager, Federal Aviation Administration, U.S. Department of Transportation
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2:40 PM NASA Space User Update: Advancing Interoperability and Lunar PNT: Mr. Joel Parker, Space Policy Lead, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
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Break: 20 minutes
3:15 PM DHS PNT Update: Mr. James Platt, Director, PNT Program Management Office, U.S. Department of Homeland Security
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3:35 PM Resilient PNT Conformance Framework: Mr. Ernest Wong, Technical Manager, Science & Technology Directorate, U.S. Department of Homeland Security
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3:55 PM Resilient PNT System Concepts for Critical Infrastructure: Dr. Arthur K. Scholz, Principal Engineer, The MITRE Corporation
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4:15 PM User Support Forum: Lieutenant Commander Harold Kiffer, U.S. Department of Homeland Security, United States Coast Guard
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4:30 PM Mobile Geospatial Technology's Role in Tracking Bark Beetle Infestation in our Nation's Forests: Mr. Everett Hinkley, National Remote Sensing Program Manager, Forest Service, U.S. Department of the Interior
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4:50 PM NIST Activities: Dr. Elizabeth Donley, Time and Frequency Division Chief, National Institute of Standards and Technology
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5:10 PM Q/A Panel

6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. CDT

Plenary

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Welcome, Meeting Highlights and Introduction of Technical Committee

Satellite Division Chair
Dr. Chris Hegarty
The MITRE Corporation

Opening of the Plenary Session

Satellite Division Vice Chair
Patricia Doherty
Boston College

KEYNOTE ADDRESSES:

4P's to my Dream Job!


Dr. Christine Darden
Retired NASA Program Manager, Mathematician and Aerospace Engineer

Dr. Christine Darden's 40-year career at NASA led her to become one of the world's leading experts on sonic boom prediction, sonic boom minimization and supersonic wing design. During this keynote, Darden will highlight the process she used to develop and test new designs, including those for the supersonic wing design.

During her 40-year career at NASA, she led an advisory team composed of representatives from industrial manufacturers and academic institutions; became the deputy program manager of The TU-144 Experiments Program, an element of NASA's High Speed Research Program; and in 1999, she was appointed as the director in the Program Management Office of the Aerospace Performing Center where she was responsible for Langley’s research in air traffic management and other aeronautics programs managed at other NASA Centers. Darden also served as technical consultant on numerous government and private projects, and she is the author of more than 50 publications in the field of high lift wing design in supersonic flow, flap design, sonic boom prediction, and sonic boom minimization.

Dr. Darden will also share her personal “4P Formula” that helped her when she encountered roadblocks and detours in her career and in life. She shared some of these with Margot Lee Shetterly in Shetterly’s New York Times best-selling book, Hidden Figures.

Radio Navigation from Marconi to GNSS


Dr. Bradford W. Parkinson
Edward Wells Professor, Emeritus, Aeronautics and Astronautics (Recalled)
Co-Director Stanford Center for Position, Navigation and Time, Stanford University

  • • The early pioneers and enablers
  • • Jimmy Doolittle - the first Aeronautical PhD
  • • Early systems - Direction and timing
  • • The first three world-wide system
  • • Observations - where are we today?

8:30 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. CDT

Session B1
 

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Session Chairs:

Deborah Lawrence
Federal Aviation Administration
Dr. John Betz
The MITRE Corporation

An update on satellite-based navigation systems in operation or under development. A representative for each system will provide a system overview, summarize current or planned characteristics and performance, report recent programmatic events, update schedule and plans, and summarize ongoing interactions with other service providers. Questions from the audience are encouraged.

This session provides an update on the world’s satellite-based navigation system. A representative for each system will provide a system overview, summarize current or planned characteristics and performance, report recent programmatic events, update schedule and plans, and summarize ongoing interactions with other service providers. Questions from the audience are encouraged.

Panel Members:

1. GPS

Col Ryan Colburn, Chief, PNT Mission Integration
2. GLONASS

Dr. Sergey Karutin, GLONASS General Designer, Central Institute of Machine Building, Russia
3. Galileo

Eric Chatre, Head of EU-GNSS Services and Evolution, European Commission, Belgium; Francisco Javier Benedicto Ruiz , Galileo Project Manager, European Space Agency, The Netherlands
4. BeiDou

Dr. Jun Shen, Deputy Director, International Cooperation Center, China Satellite Navigation Office, China
5. QZSS

Mr. Satoshi Kogure, Executive Director for QZSS Development, QZSS Strategy Office, National Space Policy Secretariat, Cabinet Office, Japan

1:45 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. CDT

Session F2
 

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Session Chairs:

Dr. Zak Kassas
University of California, Irvine

The world is abuzz with artificial intelligence (AI), as it gets integrated into numerous application domains. In parallel, there are ambitious plans to fully integrate unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) into the national airspace and bring self-driving cars into our streets. Endowing these autonomous, safety-critical cyber-physical systems (CPS) with AI could bring numerous opportunities. But how about the new challenges that would arise and what about the unintended consequences? This panel will bring together aviation, transportation, and GNSS experts to discuss the opportunities and challenges of AI-enabled autonomous systems in safety-critical applications.

Panel Members:

1. Perspectives from Andrew Hansen

Dr. Andrew Hansen, Principal, Aviation Modeling & System Design, US Department of Transportation Volpe Center
2. Mr. Mitch Narins

Principal Consultant and Owner, Strategic Synergies
3. Dr. Yang Gao

Professor, Department of Geomatics Engineering, University of Calgary, Canada
4. Dr. Robert Leishman

Director of the Autonomy and Navigation Technology (ANT) Center at the Air Force Institute of Technology
5. Dr. Zak Kassas
Professor, Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering and the Department of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science at the University of California, Irvine

On-Demand Sessions

Session A1
 

Session Chairs:

Dr. Chris Wullems
Qascom, Australia
Javier Simon
European GNSS Agency (GSA), Czech Republic

1. Broadcast Data Authentication Concepts for Future SBAS Services
   
Luciano Tosato, Andrea Dalla Chiara, Chris Wullems, Qascom, Italy; Guillermo Fernandez Serrano, Alessandra Calabrese, GMV, Spain; Adrian Perrig, Mikael Mabilleau, GSA; Giovanni Vecchione, RHEA, Belgium
2. Experimentation Results on Autonomous and Semi-autonomous Signal Authentication Techniques
   
S. Cancela, J. Navarro, D. Calle, GMV, Spain; A. Dalla Chiara, I. Fernández-Hernández, G. Seco-Granados, UAB, Spain
3. Bounding Temporally Correlated Measurement Noise: Review of Techniques and an Application to GNSS Integrity
   
Juan Blanch, Eric Phelts, Kaz Gunning, Todd Walter, Stanford University; Lance de Groot, Laura Norman, Hexagon Autonomy & Positioning, Canada
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4. SAPA: Bringing Centimeter Accuracy to the Masses with Safe GNSS Correction Services
   
Mark Burbidge, Rodrigo Leandro, Botho Eulenburg, Cornelia Waldecker, Sapcorda
5. GNSS SSR Real-Time Corrections: The Geo++® SSRZ Format and Applications
   
Gerhard Wübbena, Christopher Perschke, Jannes Wübbena, Temmo Wübbena, Martin Schmitz, Geo++ GmbH, Germany
Session C1
 

Session Chairs:

Dr. David Herlihy
Waymo
James Tidd
Swift Navigation

1. A Sub-meter Real-time Positioning Service for Smartphones
       
Joshua Critchley-Marrows, William Roberts, Malgorzata Siutkowska, Maria Ivanovici, NSL, UK; Valentin Barreau, Soufian Ayachi, Laurent Arzel, Telespazio, France
2. Particle Filter Based RTK-GNSS: NLOS Detection Using Double Differenced Pseudorange Residuals for Robust Vehicle Localization
   
Taro Suzuki, Chiba Institute of Technology, Japan
3. Trajectory Planning Under Stochastic and Bounded Sensing Uncertainties Using Reachability Analysis
       
Akshay Shetty, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and Grace Xingxin Gao, Stanford University
4. 3D LiDAR Aided GNSS and its Tightly Coupled Integration with INS Via Factor Graph Optimization
       
Weisong Wen and Li-Ta Hsu, Hong Kong Polytechnic University , Hong Kong
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5. Precise Positioning for 2-Wheel Urban Mobility Applications
   
Mike Horton, HYFIX.AI and Jens Windau, Lyft, Hardware Data Scientist
6. Seamless Accurate Positioning in Deep Urban Area using Mode Switching between DGNSS and CMC-based Multipath Mitigation
   
Yongjun Lee, Byungwoon Park, Sejong University, South Korea
7. Tightly-coupled Integration of a GNSS/INS System Aided by the RAIM Satellite Selection Algorithm
       
Shih-Chien Hung and Shau-Shiun Jan, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan
8. A Satellite Selection Method Based on the Consistency Analysis of the Doppler Frequency and the Carrier Phase Difference
       
Tomoaki Takewa ,Takafumi Nagano and Wataru Tsujita, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Japan
Session D1
 

Session Chairs:

Dr. Christian Gentner
German Aerospace Center (DLR), Germany
Dr. Allison Kealy
RMIT University, Australia

1. Hybrid Navigation Filters Performances Between GPS, Galileo and 5G TOA Measurements in Multipath Environment
   
Anne-Marie Tobie, TéSA, France; Axel Garcia-Pena, Paul Thevenon, Jérémy Vezinet, ENAC, France; Marion Aubault, François-Xavier Marmet, CNES, France
2. Tight Integration of Digital Map and Tethered Positioning and Navigation Solution for IoT Applications and Land Vehicles
   
Yashar Balazadegan Sarvrood, Haiyu Lan, Aboelmagd Noureldin, and Naser El-Sheimy, Profound Positioning Inc., Canada
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3. Accuracy and Performance of the Network Location Provider in Android Devices
       
Filip Nedelkov, Dong-Kyeong Lee, Damian Miralles, Dennis M. Akos, University of Colorado Boulder, Stanford University
4. Effect of Antenna Ports on TOA Estimation with 4G LTE Signals in Urban Mobile Environments
       
Chun Yang, QuNav, Thomas Pany, Petra Weitkemper, Universität der Bundeswehr München, Germany
5. Vehicle Motion Estimation by Low Cost GNSS / IMU Accuracy Improvement by IMU Correction Using GNSS
   
Aoki Takanose, Yoshiki Atsumi, Kanamu Takikawa, Junichi Meguro, Department of Mechatronics Engineering, Faculty of Science and Technology, Meijo University, Japan
6. Resilient Peer-to-Peer Ranging using Narrowband High-Performance Software-Defined Radios
       
Vincent C. Beech and Paul D. Groves, University College London, UK; Paul Wright, Terrafix Limited , UK
7. Enhanced Land Vehicles Navigation by Fusing Automotive Radar and Speedometer Data
   
Ashraf Abosekeen, Military Technical College, Egypt; Umar Iqbal, Mississippi State University; Aboelmagd Noureldin, Royal Military College of Canada, Canada;
8. Demonstration of a Decimeter-level Accurate Hybrid Optical-wireless Terrestrial Positioning System
   
Cherif Diouf, Han Dun, Tarik Kazaz, Gerard Janssen, Christian Tiberius, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
Alternate
1. A Proof-of-concept of Cooperative DGNSS for UAV/UGV Navigation
       
Neil Gogoi, Alex Minetto, and Fabio Dovis, Politecnico di Torino, Italy
Session E1
 

Session Chairs:

Dr. Safoora Zaminpardaz
RMIT University, Australia
Dr. Jihye Park
Oregon State University

1. DGNSS-based Cooperative Positioning using Statistics-Adaptive Particle Filter
       
Alex Minetto, Fabio Dovis, Alessandro Gurrieri, Politecnico di Torino, Italy
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2. Privacy-preserving Cooperative Positioning
       
Guillermo Hernandez, Gerald LaMountain, and Pau Closas, Electrical, and Computer Engineering Dept., Northeastern University
3. Analysis of the Network Dimension Impact on the Performance of Ionosphere-weighted Single-receiver Integer Ambiguity Resolution-enabled PPP
   
Dimitrios Psychas, Department of Geoscience and Remote Sensing, Delft University of Technology, and Fugro Innovation & Technology B.V., The Netherlands; Sandra Verhagen, Department of Geoscience and Remote Sensing, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
4. State-space Positioning Corrections via Single-receiver GNSS Data
       
A. Khodabandeh and N. Nadarajah, The University of Melbourne, Australia
5. Uncertainty Model Estimation in an Augmented Data Space for Robust State Estimation
       
Ryan M. Watson, Jet Propulsion Laboratory; Jason N. Gross, West Virginia University; Clark N. Taylor, Robert C. Leishman, Air Force Institute of Technology
6. Virtual Base Station Algorithm and Performance Assessment
   
Mourad Saidani, Alexis Guinamard, Patrick Sarri, Daniel Gallego Maya, SBG Systems, France
7. Focus on Height Fluctuation Kinematic Positioning Reliability Judgment
   
Aoki Takanose, Yoshiki Atsumi, Kanamu Takikawa, Junichi Meguro, Department of Mechatronics Engineering, Faculty of Science and Technology, Meijo University, Japan
8. On the Evaluation of Confidence Levels with Applications to GNSS
       
Safoora Zaminpardaz, School of Science, College of Science, Engineering & Health, RMIT University, Australia; Peter JG Teunissen, GNSS Research Centre, Curtin University, Australia & Department of Geoscience and Remote Sensing, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands; Christiaan C.J.M. Tiberius, Department of Geoscience and Remote Sensing, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
Session F1
 

Session Chairs:

Ranwa Haddad
The Aerospace Corporation
Dr. Sanjeev Gunawardena
Air Force Institute of Technology

1. A Solution Separation Monitor using INS for Detecting GNSS Spoofing
   
Birendra Kujur, Samer Khanafseh, and Boris Pervan, Illinois Institute of Technology
2. A GNSS Spoofing Exclusion Method based on Density Clustering with the Rough User Position
       
Jianfeng Li, Hong Li, Mingquan Lu, Department of Electronic Engineering, Tsinghua University, China
3. Deep Neural Network Approach to Detect GNSS Spoofing Attacks
       
Parisa Borhani-Darian, Haoqing Li, Peng Wu, Pau Closas, Electrical, and Computer Engineering Dept., Northeastern University
4. Optimal Sequential Spoof Detection Based on Direction of Arrival Measurements
       
Fabian Rothmaier, Stanford University
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5. Barometer Based GNSS Spoofing Detection
       
Dong-Kyeong Lee, Filip Nedelkov, University of Colorado Boulder; Dennis Akos, University of Colorado Boulder & Stanford University; Byungwoon Park, Sejong University, South Korea
6. Spoofing Detection on Ships Using Multipath Monitoring and Moving-baseline Analysis
       
Kaito Kobayashi and Nobuaki Kubo, Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology, Japan
7. Blind Spoofing Detection for Multi-Antenna Snapshot Receivers using Machine-Learning Techniques
       
Johannes Rossouw van der Merwe, Fraunhofer IIS, Germany; Ana Nikolikj, Ss. Cyril and Methodius University Skopje, Macedonia; Sebastian Kram, Ivana Lukcin, Fraunhofer IIS, Germany; Gorjan Nadzinski, Ss. Cyril and Methodius University Skopje, Macedonia; Alexander Rügamer, and Wolfgang Felber, Fraunhofer IIS, Germany
8. A Proposal for Securing Terrestrial Radio-Navigation Systems
       
Ronnie X.T. Kor, Peter A. Iannucci, Lakshay Narula, Todd E. Humphreys, Department of Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics, The University of Texas at Austin
Alternate
1. GNSS Anti-Spoofing Defense Based on Cooperative Positioning
       
Akmal Rustamov, Neil Gogoi, Alex Minetto, Fabio Dovis, Politecnico di Torino, Italy
2. All Signal Acquisition Processing for Spoofing Detection, Estimation, Mitigation, and Intent Analysis
       
Chun Yang and Andrey Soloviev, QuNav

On-Demand Sessions

Session A2
 

Session Chairs:

Dr. Juan Blanch
Stanford University
Dr. Yawei Zhai
Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China

1. A New Model for Terrestrial Multipath in Aviation
   
Okuary Osechas, Gianluca Zampieri, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Germany; Nicolas Schneckenburger, Hensoldt GmbH, Germany
2. GPS and GALILEO Airframe Multipath Error Bounding Method and Test Results
   
Matt Harris, Paul Schlais, Tim Murphy, Boeing Commercial Airplanes; Angelo Joseph, Jeremy Kazmierczak, Collins Aerospace
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3. Global Flight Test Results for a DFMC Primary Navigator on a Civil Air Transport Aircraft
   
Angelo Joseph, Jeremy Kazmierczak, Collins Aerospace; Matt Harris, Paul Schlais, Boeing
4. GPS Ephemeris Analysis for SoL Applications: URE Evaluation and Antenna Offsets
   
José Gabriel Pericacho, Julián Barrios, David Rodríguez Muñoz, Susana Domenech Rodriguez-Rey, GMV, Spain
5. Evaluation of the Impact of Ionospheric Scintillation on Airborne GNSS Receivers
Sai Kalyanaraman, Collins Aerospace; Todd Walter, Stanford University; Angelo Joseph, Jeremy Kazmierczak, Collins Aerospace
6. IGNSS Computation Models and Values for GPS and GALILEO Civil Aviation Receivers
   
Axel Javier Garcia Pena, Christophe Macabiau, ENAC, France; Olivier Julien, u-blox, Switzerland; Mikael Mabilleau, Pierre Durel, GSA, Czech Republic
7. Positioning Performance Analysis for Different UAV's use Cases and Testing Campaigns Using EGNSS
   
G. Moreno, C. Sanz, M. Cueto, A. Cezón, GMV, Spain; A. Viguria, A. Jiménez, CATEC, Spain; T. Tavares, K. Callewaert, VVA, Spain; M. Aguilera, I. Alcantarilla, European Commission, Belgium
8. Navigation Performance Derivation for Safe Separation of UAVs for Local-area UAS Traffic Management Based on Ground Risk Map
   
Younsil Kim, Am Cho, Joongwon Bae, Korea Aerospace Research Institute, South Korea
Alternate
1. In-band RFI GNSS L5/E5a Mask Definition
   
Axel Javier Garcia Pena, Christophe Macabiau, ENAC, France; Olivier Julien, u-blox, Switzerland; Mikael Mabilleau, Pierre Durel, GSA, Czech Republic
2. GPAHRS – New Building Block to Enhance Safety and Availability of Future Aircraft Navigation
   
Pavol Malinak, Zdenek Kana, Milos Sotak, Tomas Vaispacher, Radek Baranek, Libor Slabak, Honeywell International, Advanced Technology Europe, Czech Republic
3. Multi-sensor Fusion for Autonomous Deep Space Navigation
       
Chengjun Guo, Shiyan Deng, Yalan Xu, Jing He, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China
4. Identification, Attitude Estimation and Capture of Tumbling Spacecraft Based on SLAM
       
Chengjun Guo, Shiyan Deng, Jing He, Yalan Xu, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China
Session B2
 

Session Chairs:

Jim Waid
Honeywell
Dr. Santiago Perea Diaz
Airbus Defense and Space GmbH, Germany

1. Frequency-Domain Modeling of Orbit and Clock Errors for Sequential Positioning
   
Elisa Gallon, Illinois Institute of Technology; Mathieu Joerger, Virginia Tech; Boris Pervan, Illinois Institute of Technology
2. Overbounding Sequential Estimation Errors Due to Non-Gaussian Correlated Noise
   
Steven Langel, The MITRE Corporation; Omar Garcia-Crespillo, Institute of Communications and Navigation, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Germany; Mathieu Joerger, Virginia Tech
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3. Error Bounding for ARAIM Integrity Support Message Generation
   
Ilaria Martini, European Commission Advisor, Rhea, Belgium; Matteo Sgammini, European Commission, Joint Research Centre, Italy; Juan Pablo Boyero, European Commission (DG-DEFIS), Belgium
4. DARP Project. A Proposal of ARAIM Receiver Algorithm for Aviation Applications
   
Mariano Wis, Paolo D'Angelo, Antonio Fernández, Deimos Space, Spain; Markus Rippl, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Germany; Javier de Andrés, ENAIRE, France; Gianluca Franzoni, Thales Alenia Space Italia, Italy; Denis Bouvet, Thales AVS France; Michel Monnerat, Thales Alenia Space France; Katerina Strelcova, European GNSS Agency, GSA, Czech Republic
5. Benefit of SFMC SBAS and its Performance Assessment for WAAS, EGNOS, and MSAS
   
Cheolsoon Lim, Byungwoon Park, Changdon Kee, Youngsun Yun, Sejong University, South Korea
6. Analysis on the Impact of Different Time Constants of Smoothing Filter on Compliance of Ranging Source Monitors in Dual-Frequency GBAS
       
Junesol Song and Carl Milner, ENAC, Université de Toulouse, France
7. Flight Test Validation of Ground Based Augmentation System Prototype in Taiwan
       
Yueh-Wen Lin, Yi-Ting Sung, Shuo-Ju Yeh, and Shau-Shiun Jan, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan
8. Development of DFMC SBAS Receiver Supporting QZSS L5S Signals
   
Motoki Higuchi, Masahito Mogamiya, Takahiro Yamamoto, CORE Corporation, Japan; Takeyasu Sakai, National Institute of Maritime, Port and Aviation Technology, Japan
Session C2a
 

Session Chairs:

Dr. David Herlihy
Waymo
James Tidd
Swift Navigation

1. Tight Coupling between Radar and INS/GNSS with AUTO software for Accurate and Reliable Positioning for Autonomous Vehicles
   
Abdelrahman Ali, Billy Chan, Trusted Positioning Inc., TDK Group Company, Canada; Amr Ahmed, University of Calgary, Canada; Medhat Omr, Dylan Krupity, Qingli Wang, Amr Al-Hamad, Jacques Georgy, and Christopher Goodall, Trusted Positioning Inc., TDK Group Company, Canada
Best Presentation
2. The Path to Robust Municipal PNT
   
Steven Polunsky, Alabama Transportation Policy Research Center, University of Alabama
3. Evaluation of a “Black-Box” State-of-the-Art Vision-Based Navigation Algorithm for GPS-Denied Navigation
   
Simone Bortolami, Helen Webb, Mike Richman, and Peter Norton, BAE Systems – Electronic Systems
4. Precise Positioning into Urban Environments: A Low-cost Single-Frequency PPP System
   
Hongzhou Yang, Fei Liu and Yang Gao, Profound Positioning Inc., Canada
Session C2b
 

Session Chairs:

Dr. Stewart Cobb
Satelles
Dr. Michael Koenig
L3 Technologies

1. BeiDou B2b and QZSS L6 Message Decoding Accuracy in a Low-power Low-cost Platform
   
Marco Mendonca, Ali Pirsiavash, Altti Jokinen, Allystar Technology Ltd., Canada; Ryan Yang, Hongtao Yu, Gary Hau, Mingo Tsai, Allystar Technology Co., Ltd., Hong Kong, China; Yi-Fen Tseng, Allystar Technology Co., Ltd., China
Session D2
 

Session Chairs:

Dr. David Bevly
Auburn University
Dr. Ryan Watson
Jet Propulsion Laboratory

1. Wheel Odometry Aided Visual-Inertial Odometry for Land Vehicle Navigation in Winter Urban Environments
       
Cheng Huang, Yang Jiang, and Kyle O’Keefe, Position Location And Navigation (PLAN) Group, Department of Geomatics Engineering Schulich School of Engineering University of Calgary, Canada
2. Localization in High-Speed Motion using IMU-aided Event Flow Estimation
       
Jae Hyung Jung, Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering, Seoul National University, Republic of Korea; Chan Gook Park, Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering / Automation and Systems Research Institute, Seoul National University, Republic of Korea
3. Robust and Accurate Deterministic Visual Odometry
   
Pierre Bénet and Alexis Guinamard, SBG Systems, France
4. An Evaluation of Vision-aided Navigation Uncertainty
       
Erik Rodenburg and Clark Taylor ANT Center Air Force Institute of Technology
5. Multi-Antenna Vision-and-Inertial-Aided CDGNSS for Micro Aerial Vehicle Pose Estimation
   
James E. Yoder, Peter A. Iannucci, Lakshay Narula, Todd E. Humphreys, Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics, The University of Texas at Austin
Best Presentation
6. The Performance Analysis of Multi-Sensor Integration Using Smartphone's Sensor for Seamless Urban and Indoor Navigation
       
Dinh Thuan Le, Kuan-Ying Lin, Syun Tsai, Dept. of Geodetics, College of Engineering, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan
Student Paper
7. Integrity-Driven Landmark Attention for GPS-Vision Navigation via Stochastic Reachability
       
Sriramya Bhamidipati, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and Grace Xingxin Gao, Stanford University
8. Combining Inertially-aided Extended Coherent Integration (Supercorrelation) with 3D-Mapping-Aided GNSS
       
Paul D. Groves, Qiming Zhong, University College London, United Kingdom; Ramsey Faragher, Paulo Esteves, Focal Point Positioning, United Kingdom
Alternate
1. Integrity-Based Path Planning Strategy for Urban Autonomous Vehicular Navigation Using GPS and Cellular Signals
       
Halim Lee, Yonsei University, Korea; Zak (Zaher) M. Kassas, University of California, Irvine; and Jiwon Seo, Yonsei University, Korea
2. Indoor Positioning Algorithm Based on Channel State Information using Bootstrap Filter
       
Jingjing Wang, Joon Goo Park Kyungpook National University Electronics Engineering, South Korea
Session E2
 

Session Chairs:

Dr. Thomas Pany
Bundeswehr University Munich, Germany
Dr. Rong Yang
Shanghai Jiaotong University, China

1. GNSS Sequence Extraction and Reuse for Navigation
       
Johannes Rossouw van der Merwe, Fraunhofer IIS, Germany; Sascha Bartl, Digital Solutions GmbH (OHB), Austria; Cillian O’Driscoll, Cillian O’Driscoll Consulting (CODC), Ireland; Alexander Rügamer, Frank Förster, Fraunhofer IIS, Germany; Philipp Berglez, OHB, Austria; Alexander Popugaev, and Wolfgang Felber, Fraunhofer IIS, Germany
2. Blind Opportunistic Navigation: Cognitive Deciphering of Partially Known Signals of Opportunity
       
Mohammad Neinavaie, Joe Khalife, and Zak (Zaher) M. Kassas; University of California, Irvine
Best Presentation
3. Long Coherent Combining and Integration for BOC-Signal Acquisition Under Strong Interference
       
Chun Yang, Andrey Soloviev, Ananth Vadlamani, QuNav; Joung C. Ha, AFRL/RYWN
4. Frequency Diversity-Combined Robust GNSS Signal Tracking Using a Bank of Correlators
       
Peirong Fan, Department of Electronic Engineering, Tsinghua University and China Satellite Navigation Center, China; Yang Gao, China Satellite Navigation Center, China; Xiaowei Cui, Department of Electronic Engineering, Tsinghua University, China; Mingquan Lu, Department of Electronic Engineering, Beijing National Research Center for Information Science and Technology, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China; Weihua Xie, China Satellite Navigation Center, China
5. GNSS Multi-frequency Carrier Tracking with Cycle Slip Detection and Mitigation Under Strong Ionosphere Scintillation
       
Rong Yang, Xingqun Zhan, Jihong Huang, School of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China; Y. Morton, Department of Aerospace Engineering Sciences, University of Colorado, USA
6. Cooperative Navigation with the Vector Delay/Frequency Lock Loop
       
Tanner M. Watts and Scott M. Martin, Auburn University
7. A Post Processing Based IRNSS/NavIC Software Receiver for Analysis and Development of New Algorithms and Signals
   
Chittimalla Srinu and Laxminarayana Parayitam, Research and Training Unit for Navigational Electronics Osmania University, India
8. Deep Learning of GNSS Signal Correlation
       
Haoqing Li, Parisa Borhani-Darian, Peng Wu, Pau Closas, Electrical, and Computer Engineering Dept., Northeastern University
Alternate
1. An Improved Dual Binary Phase-shift Keying Tracking Method for Standard BOC Signals
       
Chuhan Wang, Department of Electronic Engineering, Tsinghua University & Beijing Satellite Navigation Center & Beijing National Research Center for Information Science and Technology, China; Yang Gao, Beijing Satellite Navigation Center, China; Xiaowei Cui, Department of Electronic Engineering, Tsinghua University, China; Mingquan Lu, Department of Electronic Engineering, Tsinghua University & Beijing National Research Center for Information Science and Technology, China
2. Vector Delay and Frequency Lock Loop in a Real-time Hardware Environment
   
Katrin Dietmayer, Fabio Garzia, Matthias Overbeck, Wolfgang Felber, Fraunhofer IIS, Germany

8:30 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. CDT

Session D3
 

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Session Chairs:

Dr. Dorota Grejner-Brzezinska
The Ohio State University
Dr. Tyler Reid
Xona Space Systems

Why do we still have to drive ourselves? How will automated navigation enter our personal lives in the future? What are the remaining challenges that hold back self-driving vehicles from the mass market? How fast will this technology be accepted by different societies? What are the legal and ethical challenges? Can we really ever rely on artificial intelligence in critical situations? Seek answers to these questions and ask more in this panel on automated personal transportation.

Panel Members: 

1. Dr. Ashley Clark
Argo AI
2. Dr. Niels Joubert
Uber ATG
3. Mr. Yoav Zangvil
Regulus Cyber

1:45 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. CDT

Session A4
 

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Session Chairs:

Dr. Naser El-Sheimy
University of Calgary, Canada
Rui Tang
ZongMu Technology Ltd., China

The number of applications enabled by autonomous platforms is increasing rapidly. Examples are first tests of passenger transport with drone taxis and autonomous driving for personal transportation. Autonomous trains are already connecting airport terminals within the public transport infrastructure in some cities. Other applications include autonomous forklifts operating in storage halls and robots that assist in housekeeping or nursing. While some of these applications are mature, others are experimental. This panel discussion will present current and future practical scenarios for the use of autonomous platforms and address the challenges and limitations connected to these applications, technically and legally, and will predict the impact of these applications on society and daily life.

Panel Members:

1. Dr. Bruno Bougard

R&D Director, Septentrio Satellite Navigation, Belgium
2. Mr. Rick Niles
The MITRE Corporation
3. Mr. Michael Zahra
President and CEO of Drone Delivery Canada
4. Dr. Rakesh Kumar

Sub-systems Lead Engineer, General Motors (GM) Canada
5. Dr. Aboelmagd Noureldin

Professor at the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Royal Military College of Canada (RMCC), Canada

On-Demand Sessions

Session A3
 

Session Chairs:

Dr. Miguel Azaola
GMV, Spain
Lionel Ries
ESA, The Netherlands

1. A Globally Referenced and High-precision Visual Positioning Device based on Multi-sensor Fusion Technology
   
Stefan Schaufler, Michele Fischell, Geo Boffi, Xiaoguang Luo, Jose Aponte, Leica Geosystems, Switzerland
2. An Analysis to Enhance the Reliability of an Integrated Navigation System at Multiple Stages by using FOS
   
Umar Iqbal, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Mississippi State University; Ashraf Abosekeen, Military Technical College, Cairo, Egypt Aboelmagd Noureldin, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Queen's University, Royal Military College of Canada, Canada; Michael J. Korenberg, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Queen's University Canada
3. Infrastructure Free Solution for Train Positioning Using Track Database
   
Philippe Brocard, Raphael Pons, Gabriele Ligorio, Airbus, France; Jan Wendel, Airbus Defence and Space GmbH, Germany; Antoine Barré, Alexia Le Quilliec, SNCF, France
4. A Multi-sensor Platform for High Integrity Multi-modal Positioning System
   
Roberto Capua, Sogei, Italy; Ales Filip, University of Pardubice, Italy; Alessandro Neri, RadioLabs, Italy; Sam Pullen, University of Stanford; Francesco Rispoli, Pietro Salvatori, Cosimo Stallo, RadioLabs, Italy
5. GINTO5G: GNSS Integration into 5G Wireless Networks
   
F.J. Mata, GMV, Spain; F. Grec, ESA; M. Azaola, F. Blázquez, A. Fernández, E. Dominguez-Tijero, G. Cueto-Felgueroso, GMV, Spain; G. Seco-Granados, J.A. del Peral-Rosado, UAB, Spain; E. Staudinger, C. Gentner, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Germany; M. Kasparek, C. Backet, Fraunhofer IIS, Germany; D. Bartlett, u-blox, Switzerland; E. Serna, Telefónica I+D, Spain; L. Ries, R. Prieto-Cerdeira, ESA, The Netherlands
6. Reliable Localization on Micro Mobility Platforms for Public Safety and By-law Compliance
   
Zainab Syed, Juan Carlos Terrazas Borbon, Lucas Hossack, Curtis Pidgeon, Husain Syed, Kyle Chau, Amy Cai, TDK - Canada
7. GNSS/INS Sensor Fusion with On-Board Vehicle Sensors
       
Ryan Dixon, Brett Kruger, Michael Bobye, Jonathan Jacox Hexagon, NovAtel, Inc., Canada
Best Presentation
8. Project Road Runner: A Demonstration of Swift Navigation's Precise Positioning Solution Across the Continental US
   
Jared Wilson, Anil Goparaju, Sebastien Carcanague, Ben Segal, Anthony Cole, and Fergus Noble, Swift Navigation
Alternate
1. Allystar Lowest Power and Size Single-chip Dual-frequency RTK
   
Altti Jokinen, Ryan Yang, Yi-Fen Tseng, Hongtao Yu, Mingo Tsai, Gary Hau, Ali Pirsiavash, Marco Mendonca, Allystar Technology Co., Ltd., Canada
2. Novel Vehicle Dynamic Heading and Pitch Angle Determination Using Only Single GNSS Antenna
   
Rui Sun, Qi Cheng, Junhui Wang, College of Civil Aviation, Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, China
Session B3
 

Session Chairs:

Dr. Takeyasu Sakai
Electronic Navigation Research Institute, Japan
Dr. Dinesh Manandhar
University of Tokyo, Japan

1. ESA GNSS Science Support Centre, a World-wide Reference GNSS Environment for Scientific Communities
   
Vicente Navarro, Javier Ventura-Traveset, Roberto Prieto, ESA, The Netherlands; Jesús Cegarra, María del Mar Millan, GMV, Spain; Sara del Rio, RHEA, Belgium
2. Communication and Ranging System for the Kepler Laboratory Demonstration
       
Raphael Wolf, Janis Surof, Juraj Poliak, Ludwig Blümel, Laura Agazzi, Ramon Mata Calvo, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Germany
3. Combining Genetic Algorithms and Machine Learning for Exploring the Navigation Satellite Constellation Design Tradespace
       
Jacob Chang, University of Notre Dame; Rachel Duquette, Boston College; Katherine Thai, Rutgers University; Tongyu Zhou, Williams College; Minh Pham, UCLA; Victor Lin, Karen Wood, Aerospace Corporation
4. Simulation of the Future QZSS Equipped the Optical Clock
   
Saya Matsushita, Hiroshi Takiguchi, Toshitaka Sasaki, Hideki Yamada, Isao Kawano, Koichi Inoue, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan; Yuichi Takeuchi, Mitsuru Musha, The University of Electro-Communications, Japan
5. GNSS Acquisition Performance of Short Spreading Codes
   
Christoph Enneking, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Germany; Felix Antreich, Instituto Tecnológico de Aeronáutica (ITA), Brazil; André L.F. de Almeida, Federal University of Ceará (UFC), Brazil
Best Presentation
6. GNSS Performance Standards: How are They Holding Up?
       
John W. Lavrakas, Advanced Research Corporation
7. Open Format Specifications for PPP/PPP-RTK Services: Overview and Interoperability Assessment
       
Rui Hirokawa, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Japan; Ignacio Fernández-Hernández, European Commission, Belgium
8. Review of the GPS IIIF Acquisition Process
   
Frank Czopek, Frank Czopek Consulting
Session C3
 

Session Chairs:

Dr. Ken Pesyna
Apple
Dr. Todd Humphreys
University of Texas at Austin

1. Enhancing Smartphones’ Location with EDAS (EGNOS Data Access Service) Internet Corrections
       
J. Morán, J. Vázquez, M.A. Sánchez, ESSP SAS, Spain; H. Pampanas, Sogeti J. Reyes González, European GNSS Agency, GSA, Czech Republic
2. Towards a Plug&Play Solution for Real-Time Precise Positioning on Mass-Market Devices
   
Marco Fortunato, Augusto Mazzoni, Geodesy and Geomatics Division, DICEA, “Sapienza” University of Rome, Italy
3. Detecting Ionospheric Irregularity Based on ROT Variation Using Android Devices Cloud System
   
Jeonghyeon Yun, Cheolsoon Lim, Byungwoon Park, Sejong University, South Korea; Jade Morton, University of Colorado, Boulder
Best Presentation
4. 3D City Model Validation using GNSS Signals.
   
Celina Grabowska, Saara Kuismanen, Stefan Söderholm, HERE Technologies, Finland
5. An Assessment Methodology of Smartphone Positioning Performance for Collaborative Scenarios in Urban Environment
       
Thomas Verheyde, TéSA - Cooperative Research Laboratory, France; Antoine Blais, Christophe Macabiau, ENAC - École Nationale de l'Aviation Civile, France; François-Xavier Marmet, CNES - Centre National d'Études Spatiales, France
6. Multipath Error Modelling and Position Error Over-bounding for Precise RTK Positioning using GNSS Raw Measurements from Smartphone for Automotive Navigation
   
Himanshu Sharma, Christian Lichtenberger, Thomas Pany, Universität der Bundeswehr München (ISTA), Germany
7. Android Raw GNSS Measurement Datasets for Precise Positioning
   
Guoyu (Michael) Fu, Mohammed Khider, Frank van Diggelen, Google LLC
8. GNSS in the Classroom: Taking the Paralysis out of Analysis
   
Andrew Neish, Stanford University; Tyler Reid, Xona Space Systems; Frank van Diggelen, Google; Grace Gao, Stanford University
Alternate
1. Galileo Ionospheric Correction Algorithm: A Smart and Ready-to-go Implementation
   
Angela Aragon-Angel, Joint Research Centre, European Commission, Italy
Session E3
 

Session Chairs:

Dr. Jihye Park
Oregon State University
Dr. Safoora Zaminpardaz
RMIT University, Australia

1. Rapid Multi-frequency PPP Ambiguity Resolution Using Galileo E6 and BeiDou-3 B2a Signals
   
Jianghui Geng and Jiang Guo, Wuhan University, China
2. Closed-Loop GNSS/INS Simulation Chain with RTK-accuracy for Sensor Fusion Algorithm Verification
   
Andreas Schütz, Mohamed Bochkati, Daniel Maier, Thomas Pany, University of the Bundeswehr Munich, Germany
3. NavIC Signals Multipath Analysis, Estimation, and Mitigation for Precise Point Positioning
       
A. Althaf, and H.B. Hablani, Discipline of Astronomy, Astrophysics and Space Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Indore, India
4. Challenges and Opportunities in Mass Market RTK
   
Altti Jokinen, Ryan Yang, Yi-Fen Tseng, Hongtao Yu, Mingo Tsai, Gary Hau, Ali Pirsiavash, Marco Mendonca, Allystar Technology Co., Ltd., Canada
5. RTK Feasibility Analysis for GNSS Snapshot Positioning
       
Xiao Liu, Miguel Ángel Ribot Sanfélix, Adrià Gusi-Amigo, Pau Closas, Albora Technologies, Spain; Adrià Rovira Garcia, Jaume Sanz Subirana, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain
6. Impact of GPS Flex Power on Differential Code Bias Estimation for Block IIR-M and IIF Satellites
   
Özge Gizem Esenbuga, André Hauschild, Peter Steigenberger, German Aerospace Center, (DLR), Germany
7. Open-World Virtual Reality Headset Tracking
   
Todd E. Humphreys, Ronnie Xian Thong Kor, Peter A. Iannucci, Department of Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics, The University of Texas at Austin
8. Positioning for Train-infrastructure Asset Health Status Monitoring within the Sia-project
       
Ramin Moradi, Yuheng Zheng, Michael Hutchinson, Nottingham Scientific Limited, UK; Michael Roth, Kanwal Jahan, German Aerospace Center, Institute of Transportation Systems, Germany; Goya, Jon, Unai Alvarado, Asociación Centro Tecnológico Ceit-IK4, UK
Alternate
1. Multi-GNSS Ambiguity Resolution as a Substitute to Obstructed Satellites in Precise Point Positioning processing
       
Nacer Naciri and Sunil Bisnath, York University, Canada
Best Presentation
Session F3
 

Session Chairs:

Dr. Manuel Hernández-Pajares
Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC), Spain
Dr. Attila Komjathy
Jet Propulsion Laboratory

1. Modeling Scintillation Impacts on GNSS Tracking Loop Performance
   
Charles S. Carrano, Keith M. Groves, William McNeil, Rezy Pradipta, Patricia H. Doherty, Institute for Scientific Research, Boston College
2. Time lags in Ionospheric Scintillation Response to Geomagnetic Storms: Alaska Observations
       
Zhe Yang and Y. Jade Morton Smead Aerospace Engineering Sciences Department, University of Colorado
Best Presentation
3. Atmospheric Characterization of Antarctic Polar Regions and Validation of Tropospheric and Ionospheric Models based on GNSS Experimental Campaign Data
   
Carlos Moriana-Varo, Carlos Sanz-Garzón, GMV, Spain; Fernando Martín-Porqueras, ESA-ESAC/Telespazio Vega UK SL; Manuel Castillo-Fraile, Javier Ventura-Travesset, ESA-ESAC, The Netherlands
4. Assessment of Ionospheric Corrections Algorithms using the GNSS Laboratory Tool Suite (gLAB): From STEC to Navigation Performance
       
A. Aragon-Angel, Joint Research Centre, European Commission, Italy; A. Rovira-Garcia and D. Ibáñez-Segura, gAGE/UPC, gAGE/UPC, Spain
5. Simulating Realistic High Latitude Ionospheric Scintillation of GPS Signals for Robust PNT Testing
   
T. Pinto Jayawardena, C. N. Mitchell, R. Boyles, J. Bruno, K. Bolmgren, A.M. Ali, G. Buesnel, B. Forte and R. Watson, Spirent Communications, UK
6. Analysis of Ionosphere Threats and the Impact on the Design and Operation of Sapcorda’s Real-Time GNSS Correction Networks
   
Landon Urquhart, Rodrigo Leandro, Dragos Catalin, Susan Heath, Jens Guenther, Sapcorda
7. Study of Structures of the Sporadic E Layer by Using Dense GNSS Network Observations
       
Susumu Saito, Electronic Navigation Research Institute, National Institute of Maritime, Port, and Aviation Technology, Japan; Keisuke Hosokawa, Jun Sakai, and Ichiro Tomizawa, University of Electro-Communications, Japan

On-Demand Sessions

Session B4
 

Session Chairs:

David Chelmins
NASA
Dr. Lucilla Alfonsi
INGV, Italy

1. GARHEO Flight Experiment to Test GPS-Galileo Interoperability to Support Launchers and Space Missions
   
Riccardo Longo, Marco Bartolucci, Francesco Longhi, Marco Bergamin, Samuele Fantinato, Oscar Pozzobon, Qascom, Italy; James J. Miller, Lisa Valencia, Erik Magnuson, Paul De Leon, Brooks Flaherty, A.J.Oria, NASA; Alberto Tuozzi, Claudia Facchinetti, Mario Musmeci, Italian Space Agency (ASI), Italy
2. GNSS Performance Models Applied to Design of Space Launcher Hybridized Navigators
   
Mariano Wis, Vicente Fernández, Antonio Latorre, Jose M. Palomo, Adrián Cardeñosa, Antonio Fernández, Deimos Space, Spain; Sergio Ramírez, Nicolás Puente, Francesco Cacciatore, Silvia Díaz, SENER Aerospace, Spain; Leonardo Favilli, Alessandro Simonetti, AVIO SpA, Italy
3. magicGNSS Precise Product Provision for LEO POD Applications
   
David Calle Calle, Laura Martínez Fernández and Guillermo Tobías González, GMV, Spain
4. Experimental Evaluation of Dynamics-Free PPP in Space using Japanese ALOS2 Dataset
       
Masaya Murata, Isao Kawano, and Koichi Inoue, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
5. Simulation and Analysis of GPS Multipath for the GEDI Experiment Onboard the International Space Station
   
Viliam Klein Penina Axelrad
Best Presentation
6. Validation of an Autonomous Multi-Satellite Navigation Filter Against Precision Orbit Ephemerides
   
Jennifer King, Matthew Ruschmann, George Davis, Emergent Space Technologies, Inc.
7. Design and mission planning of Bobcat-1, the Ohio University CubeSat
   
Kevin Croissant, Gregory Jenkins, Ryan McKnight, Brian C. Peters, Sabrina Ugazio and Frank van Graas, Ohio University
Session C4
 

Session Chairs:

Andrew Neish
Stanford University
Yunxiang (Leo) Liu
University of Colorado, Boulder

1. Designing Low-Correlation GPS Spreading Code Families via Reinforcement Learning
       
Tara Yasmin Mina and Grace Xingxin Gao, Stanford University
Best Presentation
2. Neural Networks Based EWF Detection
   
Alexis Louis, Mathieu Raimondi, Airbus Defence and Space, France
3. Zero Velocity Detection for an Un-tethered Vehicular Navigation System using Support Vector Machine
   
Haiyu Lan, Yashar Balazadegan Sarvrood, Adel Moussa and Naser El-Sheimy, Profound Positioning Inc., Canada
4. Region Adaptive Neural Network for GNSS Positioning in Diverse Urban Areas
   
Po-Yu Chen, Hao Chen, MuHan Tsai, Hsien-Kai Kuo, Yi-Min Tsai, Tsung-Yu Chiou, Pei-Hung Jau, Mediatek Inc, Taiwan
5. GNSS Multipath Detection using Embedded Deep CNN on Intel Neural Compute Stick
       
Evgenii Munin, Antoine Blais, Nicolas Couellan, ENAC, Université de Toulouse, France
Session D4
 

Session Chairs:

Dr. Mathieu Joerger
Virginia Tech
Dr. Junesol Song
ENAC, France

1. Detecting Slowly Accumulating Faults Using a Bank of Cumulative Innovations Monitors in Kalman Filters
       
John David (JD) Quartararo and Steven E. Langel, The MITRE Corporation
Best Presentation
2. Solution Separation Based Integrity Monitoring for GNSS/INS/VO Integration
   
Yawei Zhai, Shizhuang Wang, Yuanwen Fu, Xingqun Zhan, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China
3. A GNSS/INS/Odometer Filter Bank Using Next Generation DFMC SBAS Augmentation for Rail and Road Users
   
Gabriele Ligorio, Quirin Meindl, David Rüegg, Jan Wendel, Anne Ridings, Airbus Defence and Space GmbH, Germany; Carlos Lopez, Ivan Lapin, European Space Agency, France
4. Test of the Filter Design Effect on Evil Waveform Monitoring in SBAS for Galileo E1c and E5a Signals
   
Ikhlas Selmi, Paul Thevenon, Christophe Macabiau, Ecole Nationale Aviation Civile (ENAC), France; Mikael Mabilleau, Pierre Durel, European GNSS Agency (GSA), Czech Republic; Jaron Samson, European Space Agency, France
5. Performance Analysis of Simultaneous Tracking and Navigation with LEO Satellites
       
Trier R. Mortlock and Zak (Zaher) M. Kassas; University of California, Irvine
6. Integrity Monitoring Using ARAIM for Bridging DFMC SBAS Outages in Road Transport
       
Kan Wang and Ahmed El-Mowafy, School of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Curtin University, Australia; Jizhong Wu, School of Geomatics Science and Technology, Nanjing Tech University, China
7. A Particle Filtering Framework for Integrity Risk of GNSS-Camera Sensor Fusion
       
Adyasha Mohanty, Shubh Gupta, and Grace Xingxin Gao, Stanford University
8. Robustness of High Accuracy GNSS-based Positioning Using GNSS Reference Stations in Urban Environments
       
Daniel Haugård Olesen, Anna B. O. Jensen, Søren Skaarup Larsen, Samuel Lukac, National Space Institute, Technical University of Denmark (DTU-Space), Denmark
Session E4a
 

Session Chairs:

Dr. Emanuela Falletti
LINKS Foundation, Italy
Dr. Francesca Zanier
European Space Agency, The Netherlands

1. Improving Positioning Accuracy and Availability in Urban Environments Using a New Non-line-of-sight GNSS Signal Detection Method
       
Zhitao Lyu and Yang Gao, Department of Geomatics Engineering, University of Calgary, Canada
2. NLOS Multipath Detection Using Convolutional Neural Network
       
Taro Suzuki, Chiba Institute of Technology, Japan; Kusama Kazuki, Yoshiharu Amano, Waseda University, Japan
Best Presentation
3. A Method for LOS Detection Under the NLOS GNSS Signal Tracking
       
Dmitry Kuznetsov, Broadcom Inc.
4. Collaborative Positioning in Automated Car Driving: Accounting for Communication Channel and Multipath
       
Nikolay Mikhaylov, Florian A. Schiegg, Shuo Li, Yan Jiang, Yichen Liu, Simon Ollander Robert Bosch GmbH, Hildesheim, Germany
Alternate
1. Integrating GNSS Signal Tracking and Map-Matching for Reflected and Diffracted Signals Mitigation in Urban Environments
       
Nesreen I. Ziedan, Faculty of Engineering, Zagazig University, Egypt
Session E4b
 

Session Chairs:

Dr. Mingquan Lu
Tsinghua University, China
Dr. Christoph Guenther
German Aerospace Center (DLR), Germany

1. Navigation using Carrier Doppler Shift from a LEO Constellation: Transit on Steroids
   
Mark L. Psiaki, Kevin T. Crofton Dept. of Aerospace & Ocean Engineering, Virginia Tech
2. Blind Doppler Estimation from LEO Satellite Signals: A Case Study with Real 5G Signals
       
Joe Khalife, Mohammad Neinavaie, and Zak (Zaher) Kassas; University of California, Irvine
3. Impact of Cascading Faults on Mega-Constellation-Augmented GNSS PPP Integrity
   
Danielle Racelis and Mathieu Joerger, Virginia Tech
Best Presentation
4. Navigation Using Doppler Shift from LEO Constellations and INS Data
   
Brian McLemore and Mark L. Psiaki Kevin T. Crofton Dept. of Aerospace and Ocean Engineering, Virginia Tech
Session F4a
 

Session Chairs:

Steffen Thoelert
German Aerospace Center (DLR), Germany
Dr. Daniele Borio
European Commission, JRC, Italy

1. RFI Monitoring of GNSS Signals on Norwegian Highways
       
Anders Rødningsby, Norwegian Defence Research Establishment, Norway; Aiden Morrison, Nadia Sokolova, SINTEF, Norway; Nicolai Gerrard, Norwegian Communications Authority, Norway; Christian Rost, Norwegian Space Agency, Norway
2. GPS/GNSS Interference Power Difference of Arrival (PDOA) Localization Weighted via Nearest Neighbors
       
Johnathan A. Tucker, Charles Puskar, The University of Colorado Boulder; Chiawei Lee, US Air Force Test Pilot School; Dennis Akos, The University of Colorado Boulder
3. GNSS Performance Analysis and Environment Characterization Tool for Rail
   
A. Neri, A. Ruggeri, A. Vennarini, A. Coluccia, Consorzio Radiolabs, Italy; B. Brunetti, HitachiRail, Italy; M. Ciaffi, RFI, Italy
4. Machine Learning-based Two-stage Detection and Comprehensive Characterization of Ionospheric Scintillation-Like GPS Satellite Oscillator Anomaly
       
Yunxiang Liu, and Y. Jade Morton, University of Colorado Boulder
Best Presentation
Alternate
1. Characterization of ADS-B Performance under GNSS Interference
   
Zixi Liu, Sherman Lo, Todd Walter, Stanford University
2. Performance Analysis of Low SWaP-C Jamming Mitigation Methods for Commercial Applications
   
K. Scott Burchfield, Scott M. Martin, and David M. Bevly, Auburn University; Joshua D. Starling, IS4S
Session F4b
 

Session Chairs:

Dr. Zheng Yao
Tsinghua University, China
Diana Fontanella
Airbus Defense and Space GmbH, Germany

1. Synchronizing and Integrating Android Multi-GNSS/accelerometer Sensors to Capture Broadband Vibrations at Sub-centimeter Resolution
       
Guangcai Li, Chiyu Long, Feng Wang, GNSS Research Center, Wuhan University, China
Student Paper
2. Exploring the Ultra-high-precision Ranging Potential of BDS B1 Signal
       
Yang Gao, Zheng Yao, Mingquan Lu, Department of Electronic Engineering & Beijing National Research Center for Information Science and Technology, Tsinghua University, China
Best Presentation
3. Retrieval of Encrypted PRN Sequences via a Self-calibrating 40-element Low-cost Antenna Array: Demonstration of Proof-of-concept
   
Dominik Dötterböck, Muhammad Subhan Hameed,Thomas Pany- Universität der Bundeswehr München, Germany; Roman Lesjak, Thomas Prechtl – JOANNEUM RESEARCH, Austria
4. A Computationally Efficient Ultra-tight GNSS/INS Integration Based on Non-consecutive GNSS Signal Tracking
       
Baoyu Liu, Yang Gao, Yuting Gao, The University of Calgary, Canada
Alternate
1. Receiver Bandwidth Compression for Multi-GNSS Signal Processing
       
Johannes Rossouw van der Merwe, Fabio Garzia, Muhammad Saad, Barbara Kreh, Alexander Rügamer, Ricardo Monroy Gonzalez Plata, and Wolfgang Felber, Fraunhofer IIS, Germany
2. An ITAR-free Dual Frequency Antenna Array in the ARINC Footprint for Robust Aeronautical Navigation
   
Veenu Kamra, Wahid Elmarissi and Stefano Caizzone, Institute of Communications and Navigation, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Germany

8:30 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. CDT

Session C5
 

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Session Chairs:

Karen Van Dyke
U.S. DOT/OST-R
Brandon Jones
Google, Inc.

Representatives from commercial entities, regulatory bodies, and UAV manufacturers will discuss the technical, logistical, and legal considerations of automated package delivery on a broad scale. Panelists will discuss the practical challenges of safe UAV operation in urban areas; allocation of airspace and coexistence with other aircraft; capacity planning and scaling considerations; and potential regulatory challenges, including liability for delayed or dam-aged goods. 

1. Ms. Margaret Nagle
Wing
2. UAV Package Delivery – Spectrum Perspectives
Ms. Anne Swanson, Wilkinson Barker Knauer LLP / DC Chapter Leader of the Association for Unmanned Vehicles International (AUVSI)
3. North Carolina UAV Package Delivery Operations

Mr. Basil Yap, North Carolina DOT/UAS Integration Pilot Program
4. Ms. Lisa Ellman

Hogan Lovells LLP / Executive Director of Commercial Drone Alliance
5. Ms. Rachel Keating-Carlstrom

SLT Program Manager for North Carolina and Memphis IPP Portfolios at Federal Aviation Administration

12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. CDT

Awards

Presentation of Awards

Watch the Awards Ceremony

Please join us for a virtual presentation of this year’s Satellite Division Awards during which the ION GNSS+ 2020 Program Committee will be recognized and the ION GNSS 2020+ Student Awards, the Parkinson Award and Kepler Award will be virtually presented. Additionally, Satellite Division election results will be announced, 2020 peer reviewers will be recognized, and the ION’s 75th Anniversary will be shared.

1:45 p.m. - 4:50 p.m. CDT

Session E6
 

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Session Chairs:

Dr. Chris Hegarty
The MITRE Corporation
Marco Falcone
ESA, The Netherlands

If we had to do it all over again – what would the perfect global satellite navigation system look like? Assume you could design the system with no need for backward-compatibility to existing technology, but rather only to satisfy the needs and expectations of the future. The laws of physics are the primary limit and you could make use of all knowledge in the field of navigation accumulated so far. Listen to the visionary ideas of our panelists and join in for a controversial discussion.

Panel Members:

1. Karl Kovach

Principal Engineer, Aerospace Corporation
2. Dr. Mingquan Lu
Professor, Tsinghua University, China
3. Dr. Tyler Reid

Co-Founder & CTO, Xona Space Systems
4. Lionel Ries

Head of Section, European Space Agency (ESA), The Netherlands
5. Dr. Frank van Diggelen

Principal Engineer, Android Context, Google

On-Demand Sessions

Session A5
 

Session Chairs:

Enrique Domínguez Tijero
GMV, Spain
Sandy Kennedy
Hexagon, Canada

1. Assured Precise Point Positioning Techniques Driving the Future
   
D. Calle, E. Carbonell, A. Chamorro, A. González, C. Mezzera, P. Navarro, D. Rodríguez, I. Rodríguez, G. Tobías, GMV, Spain
2. Vision-Based Collaborative Navigation for UAV-UGV-Dismounted Units in GPS Challenged Environments
       
Shahram Moafipoor, Lydia Bock, Jeffrey A. Fayman, Geodetics Inc.
3. Road Vehicle Integrity Bound Propagation Using GNSS/IMU/Odometer
   
Rod Bryant, Olivier Julien, Chris Hide, u-blox, Switzerland; Ian Sheret, Polymath Insight Limited, Switzerland
4. Ford Highway Driving RTK Dataset: 30,000 km of North American Highways
   
Sarah E. Houts, Ford Autonomous Vehicles, LLC; Nahid Pervez, Ford Motor Company; Umair Ibrahim, Ford Autonomous Vehicles, LLC; Gaurav Pandey, Ford Motor Company; Tyler Reid, Xona Space Systems
5. Analyzing Tesla‘s Level 2 Autonomous Driving System Under Different GNSS Spoofing Scenarios and Implementing Connected Services for Authentication and Reliability of GNSS Data
       
Yoav Zangvil, Regulus Cyber Dror Katalan, Regulus Cyber Roi Mit, Regulus Cyber
6. Radar-based Multi-Floor Localization for Automated Valet Parking
   
Mostafa Sakr, Adel Moussa, Walid Abdelfatah, Mohamed Elsheikh, Aboelmagd Noureldin and Naser El-Sheimy, Profound Positioning Inc., Canada
7. Moving Base Precise Relative Position for Drone Swarm Flight using Conventional RTK and NMEA Data
   
Hyojung Yoon, Eunyeong Lee, Cheolsoon Lim, Byungwoon Park, Sejong University, South Korea
8. A Robust Algorithm for Pseudorange-based Terrestrial Positioning Under Degraded Geometries
   
Gianluca Zampieri, Shrivathsan Narayanan, Omar Garcia Crespillo and Okuary Osechas, German Aerospace Center, (DLR), Germany
Best Presentation
Alternate
1. Demonstrating Profound-IP3/DR Performance for Automated Level 2 Driving Applications in Various Operating Conditions
   
Haiyu Lan, Ahmed Wahdan, Mohamed Elsheikh, Fei Liu, Hongzhou Yang, Walid Abdelfatah, Aboelmagd Noureldin, and Naser El-Sheimy. Profound Positioning Inc., Canada
Session B5
 

Session Chairs:

Dr. Eugene Bang
German Aerospace Center (DLR), Germany
Dr. Qian Meng
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, China

1. Australia and New Zealand SBAS and PPP Testbed: Achievements After Three Years of Service
   
Julián Barrios, José Gabriel Pericacho, Victor Manuel Esteban, Guillermo Fernández, Alessandra Calabrese, Miguel Ángel Fernández, Fernando Bravo, Jesús David Calle, Borja Torres Minaya, José Caro, GMV, Spain; Robert Jackson, Lockheed Martin; Patrick E. Reddan, Deane Bunce, Zeta Associates; Claudio Soddu, INMARSAT
2. Performances Monitoring, Analysis and Demonstration for SBAS for Africa and Indian Ocean (A-SBAS)
   
G. Greze, T. Authié, C. Renazé, S. Trilles, X. Berenguer, H. Delfour, Thales Alenia Space, France; L. Bakienon, J. Lapie, A. Dembelé, V. Dovonon, ASECNA; Sénégal; H. Ngaya, EGNOS in Africa Joint Programme Office, Sénégal
3. Signal Quality Monitoring Using a Chip Shape Deformation Metric for Global Navigation Satellite System Signals
       
Nicholas C. Echeverry, J. Addison Betances, Sanjeev Gunawardena, and Michael A. Temple, Air Force Institute of Technology
4. Prototyping of Galileo URA Determination with TGVF and Extended Galileo Performance Characterisation for SoL Applications
   
ESA: G. Galluzzo, S. Wallner GMV Spain: J.G. Pericacho, O. Criado, C. García, F. J. Sobrero Airbus: P. Brieden, K. Binder, G. Battista, M. Odriozola, A. Nuckelt Thales: D. Joly, E. Canestri, C. Stallo EC: M. Sgammini, I. Martini GSA: M. Mabilleau, N. Castrillo
Session D5
 

Session Chairs:

Dr. Ramsey Faragher
Focal Point Positioning, UK
Dr. Christina Selle
Apple

1. Hybrid Least Squares for Collaborative Localization with Integrated Outlier Detection
       
Ali Khalajmehrabadi, Samsung Semiconductor Inc.; Nikolaos Gatsis, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Texas at San Antonio; Daniel Pack, Department of Electrical Engineering, The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga; David Akopian, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Texas at San Antonio
2. Integrity Monitoring for A-PNT Using Barometric Measurements Aided Multi-DMEs
       
Xiao Liang, Carl Milner, Christophe Macabiau, Ecole Nationale de l’Aviation Civile (ENAC), France; Philippe Estival, Direction des services de la navigation aérienne de la DGAC (DSNA), France
3. Data-Driven Protection Levels for Camera and 3D Map-based Safe Urban Localization
   
Shubh Gupta and Grace Xing Gao, Stanford University
4. ZUPT-based Inertial Pedestrian Navigation System Aided by a Shoe-mounted Hybrid Ultrasonic/Barometric Altimeter
       
Chi-Shih Jao, Yusheng Wang, Yu-Wei Lin, and Andrei M. Shkel, University of California, Irvine
5. Integrated Navigation for Tracked Compost Turners Using GNSS, INS, Odometers, Stereo Camera and 3D Map
       
Eva Reitbauer and Christoph Schmied, Institute of Geodesy, Graz University of Technology, Austria; Michael Schedler, Institute of Logistics Engineering, Graz University of Technology, Austria
6. Deployable Cold Atom Interferometry Sensor Platforms Based on Diffractive Optics and Integrated Photonics
   
Jongmin Lee, Grant Biedermann, Hayden McGuinness, Daniel Soh, Justin Christensen, Roger Ding, Patrick S. Finnegan, Gregory A. Hoth, Will Kindel, Bethany Little, Randy R. Rosenthal, Joel R. Wendt, Tony Lentine, Matt Eichenfield, Michael Gehl, Ashok Kodigala, Aleem Siddiqui, Erik J. Skogen, Gregory A. Vawter, Aaron Ison, David Bossert, Kyle H. Fuerschbach, Daniel Paul Gillund, Charles A. Walker, Dennis J. De Smet, Connor Brashar, Joseph Berg, Prabodh M. Jhaveri, Tony G. Smith, Shanalyn A. Kemme, Peter Schwindt, Sandia National Laboratories
7. POSITRINO: Positioning, Navigation and Timing with Neutrino Particles
       
J. Fidalgo, S. Melis, A. Cezón, C. Prajanu, F.J. Mata, M. Azaola, GMV, Spain; Constantinos Andreopoulos, Chris Barry, Julia Tena Vidal, Marco Roda, University of Liverpool, UK; Florin-Catalin Grec, ESA - ESTEC, Directorate of Navigation; Luis Mendes, ESA - ESAC, Directorate of Science
8. Assessing Real 5G Signals for Opportunistic Navigation
       
Ali A. Abdallah, Kimia Shamaei, and Zak (Zaher) M. Kassas; University of California, Irvine
Best Presentation
Alternate
1. Low-cost Indoor Vision-Based Navigation for Mobile Robots
   
Shaza Kaoud Abdelaziz, Queen's University, Canada; Aboelmagd Noureldin, Royal Military College of Canada, Canada; Georgia Fotopoulos, Queen's University, Canada
Session E5
 

Session Chairs:

Dr. Heidi Kuusniemi
University of Vaasa & Finnish Geospatial Research Institute, Finland
Dr. Pai Wang
University of Colorado Boulder

1. Conception of a Post-correlation RFI Mitigation Approach Based on RFI Impact Estimation to the Correlators and Comparison with the Classical Pre-correlation FDAF Method
   
Thomas Kraus, Thomas Pany, Universität der Bundeswehr München, Germany
Best Presentation
2. Data Bit Assisted Adaptive IMM Filter for Carrier Phase Tracking Through Interference
       
Wengxiang Zhao and Boris Pervan, Illinois Institute of Technology
3. A Uniform Framework Semi-analytic Model for STL and VTL Performance Evaluation
       
Qiongqiong Jia and Renbiao Wu, Tianjin Key Lab for Advanced Signal Processing, Civil Aviation University of China
4. Mitigation of Carrier Phase Distortions Induced by Spatial Filtering using Antenna Arrays
   
T. Bamberg, German Aerospace Center (DLR), & Chair of Navigation, RWTH Aachen University, Germany; A. Konovaltsev, DLR, Germany; M. Meurer, DLR, & Chair of Navigation, RWTH Aachen University, Germany
5. Performance of Cycle Slip Filtering Algorithm During Ionosphere Scintillation
   
Brian Breitsch, Yang Wang, Yu Morton, University of Colorado, Boulder
6. Analysis and Pre-Processing of Raw Measurements from Smartphones in Realistic Environments
       
Ganga Shinghal and Sunil Bisnath, York University, Canada
7. A Subspace-based Spatial and Temporal Multipath Mitigation for GPS Signal
   
Xi Hong, Tian Gan, Ning Chang, Menghan Lin, Wenjie Wang, Qinye Yin, Xi'an Jiaotong University, China
8. Deeply Coupled Integration of a Software Defined GNSS Receiver and a Vibratory MEMS Rate Gyroscope Based Software Defined IMU
       
Baoyu Liu, Kaixiang Tong, Yang Gao, The University of Calgary, Canada
Alternate
1. Performance Analysis of a Vector Tracking Software Defined Receiver for GPS L5
   
Charles Anderson Givhan, David Bevly, Scott Martin, Auburn University
Session F5
 

Session Chairs:

Ranwa Haddad
The Aerospace Corporation
Dr. Sanjeev Gunawardena
Air Force Institute of Technology

1. A Tool for Furthering GNSS Security Research: The Oak Ridge Spoofing and Interference Test Battery (OAKBAT)
   
Austin Albright, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Sarah Powers, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Jason Bonior, Red Wire Technologies; Frank Combs, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
2. Characterization of Meaconing and its Impact on GNSS Receivers
   
Maxandre Coulon, Alexandre Chabory, Axel Garcia-Pena, Jeremy Vezinet, Christophe Macabiau, ENAC/TELECOM, France; Philippe Estival, Pierre Ladoux, Benoit Roturier, DGAC/DSNA, France
3. Galileo OSNMA Preliminary Implementation in the GIANO GNSS Receiver
       
Ricardo Prata, Filipe Carvalho, Rui Nunes, Deimos Engenharia, Portugal; Livio Marradi, Gianluca Franzoni, Marco Puccitelli, Roberto Campana, TAS-I; Valeria Catalano, European GNSS Agency; Ciro Gioia, European Commission Joint Research Centre, Italy
4. Mapping Bit to Symbol Unpredictability in Convolutionally Encoded Messages with Checksums, with Application to Galileo OSNMA
       
Cillian O'Driscoll, Independent Consultant, Ireland; Ignacio Fernandez-Hernandez, European Commission, Belgium
Best Presentation
5. Receiver Protocol and Pitfalls of NMA and SCA Processing Under Spoofing Conditions for Future GNSS Signals Authentication
   
Markel Arizabaleta, Thomas Pany, Universität der Bundeswehr München, Germany; Tommaso Scuccato, Andrea Dalla Chiara, Qascom, Italy; Cillian O’Driscoll, Neil Hanley, Queen's University Belfast, Ireland
6. GPS Chimera: A Software Profiling Analysis
       
Micaela Troglia Gamba, Mario Nicola, Beatrice Motella, LINKS Foundation, Italy
7. Resilient Methods for Position and Attitude Determination in a Spoofed Environment Using an Uncalibrated Multi-Antenna-System
       
Soeren Zorn, Michael Niestroj, Marius Brachvogel, Chair of Navigation, RWTH Aachen University, Germany; Michael Meurer, Chair of Navigation, RWTH Aachen University & German Aerospace Center (DLR), Germany
8. Post-Quantum Authentication Schemes
   
Andrew J. Binder, James T. Gillis, Mark Mendiola, The Aerospace Corporation
Alternate
1. Authenticated Time for Detecting GNSS Attacks
       
Marco Spanghero, Kewei Zhang, Panagiotis Papadimitratos, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
2. New and Existing Signal Quality Monitoring Metrics Tested Against Simulations and Time Synchronized Signal Generator Attacks
       
Ronny Blum, Nikolas Dütsch, Institute of Space Technology and Space Applications, Universität der Bundeswehr München, Germany; Carsten Stoeber, Rohde & Schwarz GmbH & Co. KG, Germany; Jürgen Dampf,Thomas Pany, Institute of Space Technology and Space Applications, Universität der Bundeswehr München, Germany
3. GNSS Time Synchronization Attack Detection and Discrimination Based on Correlations of Calculated Clock Drift Time-Differences
       
Weiyu Gao, Hong Li, Jianfeng Li and Mingquan Lu, Department of Electronic Engineering,BNRist, Tsinghua University, Beijing 100084, China

On-Demand Sessions

Session A6
 

Session Chairs:

Dr. Alan Grant
General Lighthouse Authorities, UK
Dr. Manuel Lopez Martinez
European GNSS Agency (GSA), Czech Republic

1. A Study to Determine the Future of DGPS in Canada
   
Jean Delisle, Valcom Consulting Group, Canada; Caroline Huot, Canadian Coast Guard, Canada
2. EGNOS Performance Along Finnish Coast
   
R. González, E. Lacarra, European Satellite Services Provider (ESSP), Spain; M. López, GSA, Czech Republic; K. Heikonen, Väylä, Finland
3. Maritime Environment GNSS Multipath Analysis in the Framework of the MARGOT Project
   
Alexandru Pandele, Antonia Croitoru, Institute of Space Science, Romania; Andrei Hulea, Romanian InSpace Engineering, Romania; Costi Cherciu, Institute of Space Science, Romania; Alina Radutu, Irina Stefanescu, Romanian Space Agency, Romania; Katarzyna Urbanska, ESA; Dumitru Andrescu, Romanian Maritime Hydrographic Directorate, Romania; Claudiu Dragasanu, Marius Trusculescu, Mugurel Balan, Institute of Space Science, Romania
Best Presentation
4. Type Approval of SBAS Enabled Maritime Navigation Receivers
   
Per Erik Kvam, Kongsberg Seatex, Norway
5. Spoof Detection in the Maritime Domain Using Multiple Bearing Measurements
   
Peter F Swaszek, University of Rhode Island; Richard J Hartnett, U.S. Coast Guard Academy; Martin Bransby, Alan Grant, The General Lighthouse Authorities of the U.K. and Ireland
6. MarRINav – Supporting Maritime CNI
   
Martin Bransby Paul Williams George Shaw, General Lighthouse Authorities of the UK and Ireland
7. R-Mode Positioning System Demonstration
   
Gregory Johnson, Kenneth Dykstra, Sophie Ordell, Serco, Inc.; Peter Swaszek, University of Rhode Island
8. The Galileo Return Link Service Provider in Operation
   
Xavier Maufroid, European Commission, Belgium; Jesús Cegarra, Alicia Álvarez, Ignacio Moreno, GMV, Spain; Maxime Fontanier, CNES, France
Alternate
1. Galileo Adoption in Shipborne Equipment
   
L. Cucchi, C. Gioia, J. Fortuny-Guasch, European Commission, Joint Research Centre (JRC), Italy; M. Lopez Martinez, European GNSS Agency (GSA), Czech Republic
2. GALILEO and GPS Performance in the Maritime Environment
   
Alexandru Pandele, Antonia Croitoru, Institute of Space Science, Romania; Andrei Hulea, Romanian InSpace Engineering, Romania; Costi Cherciu, Institute of Space Science, Romania; Alina Radutu, Romanian Space Agency, Romania; Marco Porretta, Peter Jacob Buist, GSA, Czech Republic; Dumitru Andrescu, Lucian Dutu, Romanian Maritime Hydrographic Directorate, Romania; Claudiu Dragasanu, Marius Trusculescu, Mugurel Balan, Institute of Space Science, Romania
3. Revision of RAIM Implementation for Maritime
   
F. Blázquez, A. Cezón, G. Moreno, GMV, Spain; T. Tavares, K. Callewaert, VVA, Spain
Session B6
 

Session Chairs:

Dr. Fabio Dovis
Politechnico di Torino, Italy
Connor Brashar
Sandia National Laboratories

1. Detection of GNSS Interference in Safety Critical Railway Applications Using Commercial Receivers
   
Alessia Vennarini, Andrea Coluccia, Radiolabs, Italy; Daniel Gerbeth, Omar Garcia Crespillo, Institute of Communication and Navigation German Aerospace Center (DLR), Germany, Alessandro Neri, Radiolabs, Italy
2. A GNSS Jamming/Spoofing Test Suite for Smart Tachograph Applications
   
L. Cucchi, J. Fortuny, European Commission, Joint Research Centre (JRC), Italy; I. Fernandez, European Commission, DG Defence Industry and Space, Belgium; G. Baldini, European Commission, Joint Research Centre (JRC), Italy; B. Martinez, European Commission, DG MOVE, Belgium; G. Vecchione, Rhea Group, Belgium
3. Robust Spoofing Detection Using a Dual-Antenna High Precision GNSS Receiver
   
Ali Broumandan, Thomas Taylor, Darrell Anklovitch, Sandy Kennedy, NovAtel Inc., Canada
4. An Assessment of GNSS Receiver Behavior in Laboratory Conditions When Subject to GPS Meaconing or Spoofing Scenarios
   
Francesca Filippi, Mark Hunter, Guy Buesnel, Spirent Communications, UK
5. Hardware-In-the-Loop GPS and PMU Integrated Datasets for the Power Grid Under GPS Spoofing Attacks
       
Shubhendra Vikram Singh Chauhan, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Grace Xingxin Gao, Stanford University
6. I am Not Afraid of the Jammer: Navigating with Signals of Opportunity in GPS-Denied Environments
       
Zak (Zaher) M. Kassas, Joe Khalife, and Ali Abdallah; University of California, Irvine; and Chiawei Lee; US Air Force Test Pilot School
Best Presentation
7. Smoothing the Way for Satellite Outage Reporting: Implementing the Satellite Outage File
       
John W. Lavrakas, Advanced Research Corporation
Session C6
 

Session Chairs:

Dr. Sarah Houts
Ford AV LLC
Dr. Gary Fay
Rivian Automotive

1. SPARTN: The First Open GNSS Data Standard that Enables Safe and Accurate GNSS Localization for Automotive Applications
   
Kendall Ferguson, Landon Urquhart, Rodrigo Leandro, Sapcorda
Session D6
 

Session Chairs:

Dr. Joseph Curro
Air Force Institute of Technology
Dr. Andrey Soloviev
QuNav

1. Machine Learning-based Visual Odometry Uncertainty Estimation for Low-cost Integrated Land Vehicle Navigation
   
Hany Ragab, Shaza Kaoud Abdelaziz, Queen’s University, Canada; Mohamed Elhabiby, Ain Shams University, Egypt; Sidney Givigi, Queen’s University, Canada; Aboelmagd Noureldin, Royal Military College, Canada
2. High-precision Infantry Training System (HITS)
   
Stephen DelMarco, Simone Bortolami, Helen Webb, Justin Delva, David Chen, BAE Systems - FAST Labs™; Frank Tucker, and Travis Hillyer, CCDC Soldier Center STTC
3. LiDAR-based Terrain Recognition in Off-road Mobile Robot
       
Xinao Wang and Joseph G. Walters, Nottingham Geospatial Institute, University of Nottingham, UK
Student Paper
4. Carrier Phase Tracking Architecture for Positioning in LTE Networks Under Channel Fading Conditions
       
Pai Wang and Y. Jade Morton, University of Colorado Boulder
5. Digital Track Map Aided Track Occupancy Identification Method in Railway Stations
       
Tao Yang, Debiao Lu, Baigen Cai, Jian Wang, Jiang Liu, Beijing Jiaotong University, China; Philippe Laviron, Thales (China) Enterprises Management Co., Ltd., China
Best Presentation
6. High-Precision Positioning and Mapping using Feature-based RTK/LiDAR/INS Integrated System for Urban Environments
       
Wenyi Li, Xiaowei Cui, Mingquan Lu, Department of Electronic Engineering, Beijing National Research Center for Information Science and Technology, Tsinghua University, China
7. Dynamic User Test and Evaluation System for Korean Regional Navigation Satellite System
       
Jung-Hoon Lee, Sangwoo Lee, Jongsun Ahn, Sunghyuck Im, Joo Jung Min, Moon-Beom Heo, Korea Aerospace Research Institute, South Korea
Session F6
 

Session Chairs:

Dr. Javier Tegedor
Fugro, Norway
Dr. Sunil Bisnath
York University, Canada

1. Precise On-Board Navigation of LEO Satellites with GNSS Broadcast Ephemerides
       
A. Hauschild, O. Montenbruck German Aerospace Center (DLR), German Space Operations Center (GSOC), Germany
2. Improved Single Frequency Orbit Determination for the CYGNSS Spacecraft
   
Alex Conrad, Penina Axelrad, University of Colorado Boulder; Cinzia Zuffada, Bruce Haines, Jet Propulsion Laboratory/California Institute of Technology; Andrew O'Brien, The Ohio State University
3. Preliminary Assessment of CICERO Radio Occultation Performance by Comparing with COSMIC I Data
       
Hyeyeon Chang and Jiyun Lee, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, South Korea; Yang Wang, Brian Breitsch and Y. Jade Morton, University of Colorado Boulder
4. Coherent and Semi-coherent Spaceborne GNSS-R for Land Surface Altimetry Applications
       
Yang Wang, Y. Jade Morton, Smead Department of Aerospace Engineering Sciences, University of Colorado Boulder
Best Presentation
5. Surface Reflectivity Variations of GNSS Signals from a Mixed Ice and Water Surface
   
Roohollah Parvizi, Shahrukh Khan, Li Pan, and Seebany Datta-Barua, Illinois Institute of Technology
6. GPS Spoofing Mitigation and Timing Risk Analysis in Networked PMUs via Stochastic Reachability
       
Sriramya Bhamidipati, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and Grace Xingxin Gao, Stanford University
7. A Performance Assessment of Secure Wireless Two-Way Time Transfer
       
Cillian O'Driscoll, Independent Consultant, Ireland; Shane Keating, Independent Consultant, Ireland; Gianluca Caparra, European Space Agency, Netherlands