This IGNSS symposium includes open forums where users can discuss the implementation and application of GNSS and other location technologies, and voice their concerns in an interactive format with representatives from all the satellite system providers, major manufacturers and applications developers.
The European Navigation Conference 2013 will be the seventeenth conference in the GNSS series held under the auspices of the European Group of Institutes of Navigation (EUGIN). The conference will be hosted by the Austrian Institute of Navigation (OVN) and takes place from 23-25 April 2013 in Vienna, Austria.
“EU Space Policy: Building up a Global Tool for Global Challenges”
The challenge of The PARIS SPACE WEEK is to enable the encounter and exchange between the actors of the global space industry throughout more than 4.000 business meetings and 30 themes.
The PARIS SPACE WEEK 2012 is focused on spatial exploring and exploitation, major challange of the next 20 years due to the strong participation of the set space powers (USA, Canada, Japan, Russia and Europe) and of the emerging ones (China, India...)
The International Space Innovation Centre (ISIC), Satellite Applications Catapult, MetOffice and UK Space Agency are organising simultaneous Space Solutions ‘Hackathons’ at the Electron Building, on the Harwell Science and Innovation Campus, near Oxford and at the MetOffice, Exeter.
The First Gfg2 Roadmap Workshop took place at Chalmers University in Gothenburg and also at the Onsala Space Observatory, Sweden. The event was a big success and many experts from the whole Europe, USA and China contributed with their opinions and expertise to the workshop.
The Gfg2 Consortium acknowledges your collaboration.
Some pictures from the First Roadmap Workshop can be found here:
The second Gfg2 summer school will be dedicated to teach fundamentals and applications of the Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) as a powerful tool for remote sensing and Earth observation. Special focus will be put on applications for atmospheric remote sensing and meteorology, remote sensing of land, water and ice using reflected GNSS signals and ionosphere and Space weather research.