Presentations of the ICG Experts Meeting: Global Navigation Satellite Systems Services

Vienna, Austria, 15 - 18 December 2015

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Note: The views expressed in the presentations below are those of the authors and do not reflect the policies or views of the United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs. The presentations are provided solely for informational purposes.

Welcome and Opening Remarks
Simonetta DI PIPPO, Office for Outer Space Affairs, United Nations Office at Vienna
Kenneth HODGKINS, Office of Space and Advanced Technology, Bureau of Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs, Department of State, United States of America
Pieter DE SMET, Galileo and EGNOS - Applications, Security; International Aspects, Directorate-General for Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs, European Commission
Session 1: Precise Positioning and GNSS Reference Station Networks
Precise GNSS Positioning - Not Just a Niche Technology, Christos RIZOS, Australia
Capabilities and Potentialities of Implementation of GNSS Precise Point Posioning (PPP) Service in Morocco, Mourad BOUZIANI, Morocco
Dynamic Precision Research Using Two GNSS Receivers with RTK, Ingus MITROFANOVS, Latvia
GNSS Services in Estonia: ESTPOS as a case study, Karin KOLLO, Estonia
The Philippine Active Geodetic Network in Support of the Surveying Community, Ronaldo GATCHALIAN, The Philippines
Feasibility study and site choice for an EGNOS station in Algeria, Salem KAHLOUCHE, Algeria
State GNSS base station Network development and applications, Janis ZVIRGZDS, Latvia
Session 2: Space Weather and GNSS
The NeQuick ionosphere electron density model: GNSS applications, Bruno NAVA, ICTP, Italy
Simultaneous Observations of EGNOS and GPS Amplitude Scintillation over Equatorial Africa, Andrew AKALA, Nigeria
Effects of Solar radio bursts on GPS derived TEC: an analysis of some recent events, Jean UWAMAHORO, Rwanda
Space Weather Effects on the Wide-Area Augmentation System (WAAS), Patricia DOHERTY, unites States of America
Training on Space Weather for developing countries, Christine AMORY, France
Information of Space Weather effects to GPS/GNSS for fishermen activities in Indonesia, Varuliantor DEAR, Indonesia (poster presentation)
Session 3: Applications of GNSS
EGNSS applications and services for road and freight transport regulated applications, Antonella DI FAZIO, Itlay
The Use of Satellite Navigation in Aviation: Towards a Multi-Constellation and Multi-Frequency GNSS Scenario, Jose Pablo HARO-RODRIGUEZ, Spain
The Use of Satellite Technology in Air Navigation Services in Peru, Jorge GARCIA VILLALOBOS, Peru
Disaster monitoring and management with unmanned aerial systems utilizing GNSS, Khalid ISHAQ, Pakistan
Citizen Science for GNSS Performance Monitoring and Assessment, Renato FILJAR and Boris SVILICIC, Croatia
Impact of Multi-Path Error on Availability of Integrity in GBAS Applications, Ahmad AL HOSBAN, Jordan
Analysis and Simulation of GNSS for Peru, Fredy Marcell VILLANUEVA JIMENEZ, Peru
Session 4: Regional and National Initiatives/projects and Capacity-building
A joint project of the University of Brasilia and the International center for Theoretical Physics on GNSS applications, Renato ALVES BORGES, Brazil and Claudia PAPARINI, ICTP, Italy
The state of space techniques in french speaking African countries: Bottleneck and Future perspective, Anas EMRAN, Morocco
Capacity building for GNSS education in Nepal, Krishna BHANDARI, Nepal
ICAO Global provisions and regional strategy for the introduction of GNSS services, Harvey Gabriel LEKAMISY, ICAO, Kenya
The Current State and Prospects of the Positioning and Timing and Navigation System in Ukraine, Stanislav KHOLODNY, Ukraine
GNSS application in aviation: Nepal, Narayan DHITAL, Germany
Status Report on BeiDou international Exchange and Training Center, Tian JIN, China
Summary of the United Nations/Russian Federation Workshop on the applications of GNSS, Vasily ZVONAR, Russian Federation (presented by Marina MOLOKANOVA)
Methods and Techniques for improvement of GNSS resilience against Jamming-spoofing-meaconing attacks at the open sea, Serdjo KOS, Croatia
Mutli-GNSS and deeple-coupled integration of sensors for interference mitigation, Laura Maria RUOTSALAINEN, Finland
Practical recommendations applicable to radio monitoring for the purposes of interference environment estimation in the radio frequency bands of GNSS, Stanislav KIZIMA, Russian Federation
Classification of GNSS interference, Yi ZHOU, China
Time Transfer Using GNSS, Selma JUNQUEIRA, Brazil
Session 5: Seminar on GNSS Spectrum Protection and Interference Detection and Mitigation
I. OVERVIEW
Course Introduction, Jeffrey AUERBACH, United States
II. INTRODUCTION TO GNSS
History, Tom STANSELL, United States
How GNSS Works and Applications, Dominic HAYES, European Union
GNSS Signals, Spectra, and Receiver Fundamentals, Tom STANSELL, United States
Why GNSS is so Weak vs Terrestrial Signals - Why it is Vulnerable, Dominic HAYES, European Union
Three Ways Interference Affects GNSS, David CHOI, United States
 III. SPECTRUM MANAGEMENT
What is Spectrum Management and Why Do It, Dominic HAYES, European Union
Introduction to International Telecommunication Union (ITU), Attila MATAS, ITU
Relevant Results of WRC-15, Attila MATAS, ITU
RNSS Regulations, Attila MATAS, ITU
Introduction to National Spectrum Agencies and National Applications, Dominic HAYES, European Union, David CHOI, United States, Takahiro MITOME, Japan
Possible Emissions in GNSS Frequency bands Other than GNSS Signals, Takahiro MITOME, Japan
Proliferation of GNSS Jammer Devices, Tom STANSELL, United States
Adjacent Band Interference Concerns, Dominic HAYES, European Union
IV. SPECTRUM PROTECTION
What is Meant by Spectrum "Protection", Dominic HAYES, European Union
ITU Role in Interference Enforcement, Attila MATAS, ITU
ICG Activities and its Role in Spectrum Protection and Interference Detection and Mitigation, Jeffrey AUERBACH, United States
The Ultra-Wide Band Example and a Place to Start, Tom STANSELL, United States
V. INTERFERENCE DETECTION AND MITIGATION
Interference Detection Concepts, Tom STANSELL, United States
Interference Detection and Mitigation and GNSS Jammers, Rick HAMILTON, United States
Canadian and Australian Legal Sanctions, Christos RIZOS, Australia
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