ION GNSS+ 2017, Portland, Oregon, USA

5 April 2018

Das Institut ist in diesem Jahr wieder auf der ION GNSS+ vertreten. Die internationale Konferenz findet vom 25. - 29. September in Portland, Oregon, USA statt. Folgende Publikationen werden dort von Wissenschaftlichen Mitarbeitern veröffentlicht:

  • GNSS Signal Waveform Estimation with 2.4m Dish antenna and a Synthetic Aperture Antenna: Thomas Pany, Dominik Dötterböck, Ronny Blum, Universität der Bundeswehr München, Institute of Space Technology and Space Applications, Germany
  • A Low-power Authentication Signal for Open Service Signals: E. Gkougkas, D. Dötterböck, T. Pany and B. Eissfeller, Universität der Bundeswehr München, Institute of Space Technology and Space Applications, Germany
  • Precise Attitude and Position Determination of the Trailer using a Single Camera System for Agricultural Applications: Himanshu Sharma, Arkadiusz Szumski, Thomas Pany and Bernd Eissfeller, Universität der Bundeswehr München, Institute of Space Technology and Space Applications, Germany
  • Performance Comparison of Different GNSS-based Multi-sensor Systems for Detecting Wrong-way Driving on Highways: Hanno Beckmann, Kathrin Frankl, Andreas Schütz, Mathias Philips-Blum, Universität der Bundeswehr München, Institute of Space Technology and Space Applications, Germany; Jinyue Wang, Martin Metzner, Volker Schwieger, University of Stuttgart, Germany; Thomas Pany, Bernd Eissfeller, Universität der Bundeswehr München, Institute of Space Technology and Space Applications, Germany
  • Inertial Attitude Determination Systems in Reduced Gravity and Dynamics Environment: A. Szumski, T. Pany, B. Eissfeller, Universität der Bundeswehr München, Institute of Space Technology and Space Applications, Germany
  • Advances in Code-Ranging through Meta-Signals with Narrow Bandwidth: Dominik Dötterböck, Elias Gkougkas, Thomas Pany, Bernd Eissfeller, Universität der Bundeswehr München, Institute of Space Technology and Space Applications, Germany
  • Feasibility Study of Using UAVs as GNSS Satellites: Thomas Pany, Thomas Kraus, Daniel Maier, Ronny Blum, Mathias Philips-Blum, Gerhard Kestel, Universität der Bundeswehr München, Institute of Space Technologyand Space Applications, Germany
  • Evaluation of New Message Structures for Navigation Message Authentication: E. Gkougkas, D. Dötterböck, T. Pany and B. Eissfeller, Universität der Bundeswehr München, Institute of Space Technology and Space Applications, Germany
  • Maximum Theoretical Interference Mitigation Capability of a GNSS Receiver as Limited by the GNSS Frontend: Thomas Kraus, Thomas Pany, Bernd Eissfeller, Universität der Bundeswehr München, Institute of Space Technology and Space Applications, Germany

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