Relevant Links

Asia-Pacific Regional Space Agency Forum (APRSAF):
Civil Global Positioning System Service Interface Committee (CGSIC):
European Space Agency - Navigation (ESA):
Geo-Informatics and Space Technology Development Agency (GISTDA):
GLObal NAvigation Satellite System (GLONASS):
International Committee on GNSS (ICG):
International GNSS Service (IGS):
JAXA Quasi-Zenith Satellites sysytem (JAXA QZSS):
Satellite Positioning Reserch and Apllication Center (SPAC):


2nd announcement of the 10th Multi GNSS Asia (MGA) Conference


Registrations and abstracts open for the 10th Multi-GNSS Asia Conference


Don’t miss out on your chance to spend two and a half days discovering the latest advancements in multi-GNSS technology and the impacts they will have into the future.

Hear from the Deputy Head of the Australian Space Agency and what the Australian Federal Budget announcements mean for Australia’s precise positioning future.

Exchange ideas and discuss how GNSS, as well as space and spatial technologies, will provide solutions to some of the world’s big socio-economic issues.

With plenty of time to network with conference participants from Europe, Asia, Australia and the US, this is a conference not to be missed.

We are also excited to announce this year’s conference dinner is being held at the Old Melbourne Gaol.

Check out the draft program on the MGA Melbourne website. You can also download information on visas, accommodation and things to do while you’re in Melbourne.


We are calling for abstracts in two streams, Industry Applications and Latest Research Trends.

We would like to cover a variety of topics and sectors including, but not limited to:

— Agriculture

— Resources

— Transport

— Construction

— Utilities

— Spatial

— Smart Cities

— Emergency Services and Disaster Management

— Low-cost receivers and antenna technologies

— Latest research in precise positioning theory and application using multi-GNSS

— GNSS vulnerability and signal authentication

— Augmentation and correction services: standards and interoperability
— Atmospheric studies and space weather

There are only 200 spots available, so don’t miss out on this opportunity position yourself for the future.


Confirmed local speakers include


International speakers include representatives from Cabinet Office, The Government of Japan, GNSS providers from the US, Russia, Europe, China, India and Japan, HERE Technology, Swift Navigation, University of Tokyo and the University of Otago.







Contact UsRelevant Links