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The second

Asia Oceania Regional Workshop on GNSS
- Asia Oceania is the“Showcase of New GNSS Era”-
21-22 November 2010, Melbourne, Australia

APRSAF Report

The 2nd Asia Oceania Regional Workshop on GNSS will be held in Melbourne, Australia, 21-22 November 2010, just before the APRSAF meeting, 23-26 November. The 2nd GNSS workshop will be jointly organised by the Satellite Positioning Research and Application Center (SPAC) of Japan, the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), and the International Global Navigation Satellite Systems Society (IGNSS). The workshop is open to all international organisations, government agencies, industries, universities and research institutes which have an interest in multi-GNSS utilisation in the Asia Oceania Region, including precision agriculture, machine guidance/control, disaster mitigation, intelligent transport system (ITS) applications, location based services (LBS), ionospheric and tropospheric observation, multi-GNSS monitoring networks, and others. In response to the outcomes of the 1st GNSS Workshop held in Bangkok, Thailand, in January 2010 , specific plans for multi-GNSS demonstrations of each field will be discussed, and decisions concerning implementation will be made at the 2nd GNSS Workshop. On the 21st November There will be intensive discussions by four small groups. Your participation and contribution to this workshop is highly welcomed.

Workshop details:

Date: 21 to 22 November 2010 (just prior to the 17th APRSAF)
Venue: Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT)
University Storey Hall Lecture Theater (1F) 342 Swanston Street, Melbourne, Australia.
http://www.rmit.edu.au/
Host: Satellite Positioning research Application Center (SPAC)
Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA)
International Global Navigation Satellite Systems Society (IGNSS)
Support: United Nations International Committee on GNSS (UN ICG)
International Global Navigation Satellite Systems Service (IGS)
Participant: 101 people, 67 organizations, 11 countries
Countries: 18 Countries


Agenda:

The materials are available on "Multi GNSS Wiki"
agenda
21st November:

Discussion on targets, technologies, and outcomes of Multi-GNSS Joint Demonstration for each theme by the discussion groups (which participants select at the time of registration).

  1. 1. Discussion Guidance (start from 10am)
    Including introduction to the Asia Oceania Multi-GNSS Demonstration Campaign
  2. 2. Group Discussion (PM)
    • A) Multi-GNSS monitoring network
    • B) Precise positioning
    • C) Disaster mitigation and management
    • D) Intelligent Transport System applications
22nd November:
  1. 3. Welcome Speech (start from 9am)
  2. 4. Keynote Speech
  3. 5. Current Status of GNSS systems
    GPS modernisation, GLONASS, Galileo, COMPASS, IRNSS, and QZSS
  4. 6. Asia Oceania Multi-GNSS Demonstration Campaign
  5. 7. GNSS applications session
  6. 8. Closing session
    • A) Wrap up of group discussions
    • B) Wrap up of workshop