VIDEO Recording - Day 1
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We present news from the worldwide global, regional and augmentation satellite navigation systems in operation and under development.
Chairman: Mike Swiek, Mike International, LLC, Washington, DC, USA
Jérémie Godet, Deputy Head of Galileo and EGNOS Unit, DG DEFIS, EC, Brussels, Belgium, and
Guerric Pont, Acting Head of Galileo Services Department, EUSPA, Prague, Czech Republic
"Status of Galileo"
Harold "Stormy" Martin, Director, National Coordination Office for Space-Based Positioning, Navigation, and Timing, Washington, DC, USA
"Status and Modernization of the US Global Positioning System and WAAS"
Dr. Xiao'Chun Lu, Deputy Director of National Time Service Center, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China
"BeiDou Navigation Satellite System Development"
Jean-Marc Piéplu, EGNOS Services Programme Manager, EUSPA, Prague, Czech Republic
"Status of EGNOS"
Dr. Satoshi Kogure, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), Japan
"Status of the Japanese QZSS Regional System"
P. S. Sura, Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), India
"Status of IRNSS/NavIC and GAGAN"
Sharafat Gadimova, Program Officer, UN Office for Outer Space Affairs, Vienna, Austria
Artificial intelligence opens new doors in navigation. It will create a path to greater autonomy and automation of systems and automated decision making. Additional advanced technologies will complement this potential to lift GNSS performance to a new level in terms of accuracy, integrity, robustness. The session will address these potentials and show how applications, user-side and system-side techniques and processes will benefit.
Chairman: Prof. Dr. Zak M. Kassas, University of California, Irvine & The Ohio State University, USA
Dr. Erik Blasch, Principal Scientist, US Air Force Research Lab (AFRL), Rome, NY, USA
Prof. Dr. Fabio Dovis, Interdepartmental Centre for Service Robotics, Politecnico di Torino, Torino, Italia
Dr. Stefano Maggiolo, Software Engineer, Google, London, UK
"Enhancing smartphone GNSS with ML and 3DMA"
Session 3. SECURE PNT SERVICES - THIS SESSION IS CURRENTLY NOT AVAILABLE!
The increasing dependency of many commercial and safety & security related applications on GNSS has led to multiple approaches to enhance the confidence we have in PNT-information derived from GNSS for many years. Some approaches are based on the usage of multi-constellation GNSS, the usage of complementary radionavigation systems or sensor-fusion. Further, also improvements and additional services of the GNSS itself are under discussion or even under implementation for different GNSS. Galileo, for example, will introduce the Open Service Navigation Message Authentication (OSNMA) and the Commercial Authentication Service (CAS) being available to the wide GNSS community. For user communities under governmental control the Galileo PRS will provide an even higher level of security. This session will provide an overview on the Galileo OSNMA, CAS and PRS and highlight their different and corresponding use cases.
Dr. Stefan Baumann, Programme Manager, IABG, Ottobrunn, Germany
Jérémie Godet, Deputy Head of Galileo and EGNOS Unit, DG DEFIS, EC, Brussels, Belgium
An industry perspective on Galileo OSNMA/CAS receiver developments:
Bruno Bougard, R&D Director, Septentrio, Leuven, Belgium
Clemens Buergi, Director System Architecture, u-blox, Thalwil, Switzerland
Differences and synergies of OSNMA/CAS and PRS receiver developments:
Manuel Toledo López, Head of the GNSS Advanced User Segment Solutions (GUS) Division, GNSS Business Unit, GMV, Madrid, Spain
PRS implementation status and national activities:
Christophe Mérieult, Navy Captain, Security Officer for European space program, Competent PRS authority,
General Secretariat for National Defence and Security, Paris, France, and
Benoît Malevergne, Commander, Position Navigation and Timing expert, French Air and Space Force, Paris, France
José Manuel Gorostiaga Ugalde, Head of Spanish Competent PRS Authority (ES CPA), National Institute for Aerospace Technology, Torrejón de Ardoz, Spain