The 13th edition of the ESA/JRC International Summerschool on GNSS 2020 will be held in Krakow, in the South of Poland. This location has become possible through the generous support of the European Space Agency (ESA), the Joint Research Centre (EC) and various supporters.
It is the objective of this Summer School to provide the attendees with a comprehensive overview on satellite navigation, starting from the GNSS system, its signals, the processing of the observations in a receiver and finally determining the position-navigation-time (PNT) solution. Many lab work will be carried out to get attendees really ‘hands-on’. In addition, lectures on Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) and Patents as well as on business aspects are given. The future of satellite systems is also discussed. Main emphasis will be put on the development of a group project using innovative ideas and covering all aspects from the idea, business plan, technical realisation till the marketing of the product or the service.
Celebrate the past, inspire the future. As AGU marks its Centennial in 2019, we return to San Francisco, the home of the AGU Fall Meeting for more than 40 years. Join our diverse community at the newly renovated Moscone Center as we collaborate across borders and boundaries to explore and develop our research. Don’t miss this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to participate in Centennial presentations and special events that will bring to life the past, present and the future of our science.
As part of Amsterdam Drone Week.
Dear friends from the worldwide satellite navigation family,
It is our great pleasure to welcome you again in Germany in the beautiful city of Dresden. On behalf of the Program Committee of the European Satellite Navigation Conference (ENC 2020) the German Institute of Navigation (DGON) is very pleased to welcome everybody cordially to the ENC 2020 in Dresden.
Tackle ActInSpace’s challenges and unleash your entrepreneurial potential! ActInSpace® is an international innovation contest inspiring young women and men worldwide to meet challenges based on space technologies, data, patents and infrastructures to launch start-ups into all areas of our daily lives.
Designed for students but open to everyone, the objective is to foster entrepreneurship, encourage start-up creation and promote the use of space technologies and space acquired data to change citizen’s lives, to boost employment and to protect our planet.
The biennial IHMA congress provides a unique forum in which formal Association meetings are combined with a conference, extensive networking program and an exhibition – displaying equipment, services and technical developments relevant to the ports and harbour sector and providing both local and international sponsors and exhibitors with a unique marketing platform.
The 2020 IHMA Congress is an unparalleled opportunity for maritime businesses to showcase their services and for port marine professionals from around the world to network, share their experiences and update their professional knowledge.
It was announced from HQ in Manassas Virginia, on 23 April that the IEEE/ION PLANS 2020, originally scheduled to take place in April, has been rescheduled and renamed IEEE/ION PLANSx 2020 for later in the year.
The IEEE/ION PLANSx 2020 technical programme will include a collection of the peer-reviewed papers originally scheduled to be presented in April. Delegates from both meetings will have the freedom to flow between ION GNSS+ and IEEE/ION PLANSx technical presentations and attend the ION GNSS+ commercial exhibit.
The ION has announced that the annual ION GNSS+ 2020 conference will now be held entirely virtual. This decision was made after careful consideration and in light of COVID-19 and the domestic and international travel restrictions that make it impossible for many speakers and participants to participate in person.
ION GNSS+ 2020 VIRTUAL will be held over the original dates, September 21-25, in Central Daylight Time and will live stream the plenary and all panel keynote sessions, including the Civil GPS Service Committee meeting, through the virtual web platform. These sessions will also be recorded and uploaded for viewing at a later time. Interactive question and answer will take place virtually.
3,100 professionals from 54 countries attended the 2019 edition of Commercial UAV Expo Americas, cementing its position as the leading conference and expo for the commercial drone market.
An expansive education program features more than 200 thought leaders sharing information and best practices.
The fifth annual Commercial UAV Expo Americas in 2019 broke all prior records, with 202 exhibitors from around the world showcasing the latest drone technology.
Papers being sought which may include, but are not limited to the following topics:
How flows of goods and people are affected by processes of ‘strengthening’ borders
The experience of mobile workers and working at borders
Representations and subjectivities of people crossing, or wanting to cross, borders
Illegal and clandestine border crossings
Borders as places of rest, waiting, conflict and conviviality
Implications of re-bordering for just-in-time production and logistical systems
Border crossings and nationalism
Abstracts (c.250 words) for oral presentations should include a title, and the names, affiliations and email addresses of all authors. Deadline for submission of abstracts: Monday 3rd February 2020. Responses from session convenors by: Friday 7th February 2020. The session convenors will communicate the RGS response as soon as informed by the organisers after the 14th February session proposal deadline. `Deadline for reduced rate (‘early-bird’) registrations: 12th June 2020.
Abstracts should be submitted to Debbie.hopkins – at – ouce.ox.ac.uk by Monday 3rd February 2020.
Action required: To ask member companies, shipowners, managers, port operators and any relevant national stakeholder to encourage ships captains to sound their horns when in port at 12.00 local on Wednesday, 8 July as a way of reminding governments not to forget the crew change issue ahead of a ministerial summit meeting on the subject.
It’s well known that GPS and other satellite navigation systems are vulnerable to disruption. The MarRINav project provides a phased approach towards achieving resilient positioning, navigation and timing in the maritime domains.
During the webinar, industry insiders, Emily Ciesielski, Channel Sales Manager, and Callum Scougal, Sales Engineer at MicaSense will breakdown the added values and insights users can gain from superspectral imaging, which includes use cases like aquatic weed detection, drone/satellite comparison analysis, species classification, coastal mapping and more.
The IADC Seminar on Dredging and Reclamation is a unique chance to receive invaluable hands-on experience. The in-depth lectures are given by dredging experts from IADC member companies as Boskalis, DEME, Jan de Nul and Van Oord, whose practical knowledge and experience add an extra value to the classroom lessons.
In addition to the above, there is no other dredging seminar where the workshop exercises are covering a complete tender process, from start to finish.
Will be moved to September.
The 2020 VTS-ENAV Symposium, themed Enhanced Maritime Safety and Efficiency by Connectivity, will be held 25 to 29 May 2020 in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. The Symposium Steering Committee invites interested parties to submit abstracts of proposed presentations for the VTS-ENAV Symposium, on any of the topics listed below, or on any other topic considered to be in alignment with the theme of the Symposium.
Postponed to 2021.
The Netherlands Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management together with IALA are the host organizations for the 14th IALA Symposium to be held from 25-29 May 2020 in the WTC, Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
This event will be the first Symposium of its kind combining the topics of modern Vessel Traffic Services (VTS) and the implementation of maritime services under the e-Navigation concept.
Postponed to 2021.
MIKON Foundation and Fraunhofer Institute for High Frequency Physics and Radar Techniques FHR invite you to the International Radar Symposium 2020 (IRS 2020), continuing a very successful sequence of Radar Symposia, which started in 1998 in Munich, Germany.
This time we come to Vilnius, Lithuania, with help of local organizer, Geozondas company. We hope to repeat the success of IRS 2010, which was also held here. Again, IRS is a part of Microwave and Radar Week.
Rescheduled August / Spetember.
The 9th MICROWAVE & RADAR WEEK is the continuation of the series of very successful conferences from Warsaw, 2004, to Poznan, 2018.
The 9th Microwave and Radar Week MRW-2020 comes again to Vilnius, Lithuania. This time the event comprises four parallel conferences and a workshop:
– MIKON-2020 23rd International Microwave and Radar Conference
– IRS-2020 International Radar Symposium
– Baltic URSI-2020 Baltic URSI Symposium and
– SPW-2020 Signal Processing Workshop.
Rescheduled August / Spetember.
Changed to online event
The EGU General Assembly 2020 will bring together geoscientists from all over the world to one meeting covering all disciplines of the Earth, planetary and space sciences. The EGU aims to provide a forum where scientists, especially early career researchers, can present their work and discuss their ideas with experts in all fields of geoscience. The EGU is looking forward to cordially welcoming you in Vienna.
Changed to online; 4-8 May, 2020.
The IATA Safety and Flight Operations (SFO) conference is IATA’s premium annual event bringing together industry leaders, visionaries and innovators. In 2020, IATA is excited to bring you the 9th edition in the diverse city of Baku, Azerbaijan.
The pace of technological change is exponential. Over the course of the last two or three decades, we have seen computing power, data storage, Internet bandwidth, and the performance of wireless devices increase to the power of 10 for the same cost. As one of the most technology-dependent industries in the world, air transport has been significantly impacted, with new changes bringing new opportunities to improve safety, efficiency and the passenger experience, but also new responsibilities with regard to data management & protection, cyber-safety & security.
Oceanology International is turning 50 as the world’s largest ocean technology exhibition and conference. New features, free interactive seminars and 500+ exhibitors will join the celebration in the only event that brings together the 3 key players in the industry: businesses, academics and government.
Oceanology International 2020 is where you will have the opportunity to be where the industry meets. And better yet: for free!
The show is a hub for innovation and information, and opportunities emerge everywhere. It will connect you to the industry experts writing the future. Our free conference sessions and live demonstrations will boost your technical and market knowledge.
The Munich Satellite Navigation Summit is an conference with global impact dealing with satellite navigation now and in the future. The one-of-a-kind convention of high-ranking worldwide speakers from industry, science and governments provides the participants with a broad overview and different perspectives on the latest developments in the field of GNSS.
The Summit is part of the efforts of the Bavarian government and the cluster on aerospace and satellite navigation to stimulate applications and services in this high-tech field.
The World Cargo Symposium (WCS) is the largest and most prestigious annual event of its kind and the only one to bring together key stakeholders from the entire air cargo supply chain. Join over 1,000 air cargo leaders and more than 40 exhibitors, for this action-packed World Cargo Symposium.
WCS 2020 will continue to move the industry from talk to action with this 14th edition. The Symposium will feature plenary sessions, specialissed tracks, workshops and executive summits, tackling aspects related to Technology & Innovation, Security & Customs, Cargo Operations and Sustainability.