Reliable navigation and positioning are becoming imperative in more and more applications for safety-critical purposes, public services and consumer products. A robust localization solution, which will be available continuously is needed regardless of the specific environment, i.e., outdoors and indoors, and on different platforms such as stand-alone navigators and mobile devices. ICL-GNSS addresses the latest research on wireless and satellite-based positioning techniques to provide reliable and accurate position information with low latency. The emphasis is on the design of mass- market navigation receivers and related tools and methodologies. The scope includes (but is not strictly limited to) the following topics:
• Antennas and RF front-ends for GNSS receivers • Signal processing and algorithms for GNSS receivers • GNSS Interference and Spoofing countermeasures • GNSS ionospheric threats, ionospheric sounding and space weather • GNSS Timing • Multi-GNSS receivers and emerging navigation satellite systems • Design, prototyping and testing of positioning devices • Cooperative and peer-to-peer positioning • Location methods for indoor and densely populated urban areas • Positioning based on signals-of-opportunity and swarm-localization • Wireless and sensor based localization complementary or compensatory to GNSS • Hybrid NAV/COM positioning: implementations and field tests • GNSS applications for remote sensing • Technologies supporting location-based services • Location-based services and applications • Mobile positioning and nomadic applications • MULTI-POS SS on Multi-technology Positioning • NEWCOM# SS on Hybridization of GNSS and 4G-and-Beyond Communication Systems This conference is jointly organized by European, American and Asian professionals. It aims at inspiring the development of new design, implementation, test and evaluation methodologies for positioning platforms. The conference is strongly emphasizing both quick turn-around time and high quality of the published papers.