Technical Program

International Symposium on GPS/GNSS 2008

Schedule of Symposium on GPS/GNSS 2008 Program

Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Morning
Afternoon
Morning
Afternoon
Morning
Afternoon
morning
Afternoon
CGSIC -IISC Lecture Meeting Plenary Session
Technical Session

A14a:Marine, Land & Aviation Applications I

Evening: Ice Breaker
Poster Session

Tuesday Morning, November 11

CGSIC-IIC Meeting
09:30 p.m.-17:30 p.m.

9:30-9:35 
CGSIC/IISC Opening

Hiroshi Nishiguchi , Japan GPS Council

09:35-10:05( might be changed subject to speaker's convenience)
Japanese New Act for PNT ; The Space Policy Act for Space Development and Utilization in Japan
Takeo Kawamura, The Director of Cabinet Secretariat

10:05-10:40
CGSIC Activities
Captain Thiedeman, CGSIC, Coast Guard, NAVCEN

IISC Activities
John Wilde, IISC Chair , England

1040-1100 
Break

11:00-11:25 (including 5min Q&A)
Space-based PNT, Policy and Program Update
Michael Shaw, Chair of the Coordination Office of PNT EXCOM

11:25-11:50(including 5min Q&A)
GLONASS Status and Progress
Sergey Revnivykh, Deputy Director General of PNT Information Analysis Center , Russia

11:50-12:10(including 5min Q&A)
Space-based PNT Advisory Board Activities
Jim Miller, NASA

12:10-13:40 
Lunch

1340-1405(including 5min Q&A)
U.S. Space-based PNT International Cooperation
Alice Wong, DoS

1405-1430 
International Committee on GNSS Update
Sharafat Gardimova, UNOOSA Vienna

1430-1450 
National Report from Korea
Professor Sang Jeong Lee , Korea GNSS Technology Council

1450-1510
US GNSS Industry Activities
Michael Swiek, Executive Director of the US GPS Industry Council

 

Tuesday Afternoon, November 11

 

Plenary Session
15:20 p.m.-17:30 p.m.

Opening Address
Akio Yasuda (Local Organization Committee)

Greeting from IPC
Sang Jeong Lee (International Program Committee)

GNSS - Performance Revolution
Gerard Lachapelle, Professor, Dept. of Geomatics Eng, University of Calgary , Canada

Out On the Frontier
Alan Cameron,  Editor in Chief, GPS World, USA  
(The daily life of an average citizen in the year 2028, with a fully developed, interoperative GNSS combined with laser scanning, INS, Loran, TV, WiFi, UWB, Bluetooth, and more signals. A prediction of future applications.)

GNSS Ambiguity Resolution for Attitude Determination
Peter Teunissen, Professor, Delft Institute of Earth Observation and Space Systems, Mathematical Geodesy and Positioning, The Netherlands

The dangers of GNSS
Borje Forssell, Professor, Dept. of Electronics and Telecommunications
Norwegian University of Science and Technology , Norway

Satellite Navigation
Past, Present and Future: Per Enge, Professor a nd Director of the Center for Position, Navigation and Time, Stanford University, U.S.A

 

ICE Breaker
17:30 p.m-

 

Technical Session


Wednesday Morning, November 12

Session A12a: Navigation Systems & Applications T
9:20 a.m.-12:20 p.m.

Chairpersons:
Takuji Ebinuma, Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology , Japan
Guenther Retscher, Vienna University of Technology, Austria

1. Monitoring the Degree of Observability in Integrated GPS/INS Systems
Songlai Han, Jinling Wang, University of New South Wales , Australia

2. A Low-Cost Integrated Navigation System Based on IMU/Magnetic Compass /Velocity Log/Altimeter
Ping Ye, Chuanrun Zhai, Haowen Wu, Yanhua Zhang, Xingqun Zhan, Shanghai Jiao Tong University , China

3. Algorithm for prediction of INS estimated Doppler in Ultra-tight Integration
Ravindra Babu Swarna, Jinling Wang, Gottapu Sasi Rao, Wipro Technologies, India

4. Hybrid of Support Vector Machines and Kalman Filter for GPS/INS Integration
Zhenkai Xu, Yong Li, Chris Rizos, Xiaosu Xu, University of New South Wales, Australia

5. The UKF/CDKF for Low-cost SDINS/GPS In-Motion Alignmen
Qin Wang, Yong Li, Chris Rizos, Shiyi Li, University of New South Wales, Australia

6. Identification of IMU Sensor Error Models for GPS/INS Hybrid Systems
Makoto Tanikawara, Hitachi Industrial Equipment Systems Co.,Ltd. Japan , Sueo Sugimoto, Yukihiro Kubo, Ritsumeikan University, Japan , Yutaka Shimogaki, Hitachi Ltd, Japan

7. The Logistic Innovation Approach and The Theory of Inventive Problem Solving
Getulio Akabane, Odair Farias, Unisantos , Brazil

8.Vector Tracking Loop based GPS/INS Deep Integration using combined Kalman Filter
Jong-Hwa Song, Gyu-In Jee, Kwang-Hoon Kim, Konkuk University, Korea

 

 

Session B12a: RTK-GPS & Ambiguity Resolution I
9:20 a.m.-12:20 p.m.

Chairpersons:
Kentaro Kondo
, Fujitsu Ltd, Japan
Shaocheng Zhang, University of New South Wales, Australia

1. Performance evaluation of precise positioning HD video camera and image processing
He Jiang, Tomoji Takasu, Akio Yasuda, Takuji Ebinuma, Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology 、 Japan

2. Development of a New Tsunami Monitoring System Using a GPS Buoy
Teruyuki Kato, Earthquake Research Institute, Japan

3. Evaluation of RTK-GPS Performance with Low-Cost Single-Frequency GPS Receivers
Tomoji Takasu, Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology , Japan

4. Comparison of Accuracy of the RTK Solution and Initialization Time with Fixed and Roving Antenna
Tatsunori Sada, Nihon University, Japan, Shigeyuki Murayama, TechnoVanguard, Japan, Shogo Egami, Asahi Logistics, Japan

5. Accuracy Assessment of GPS Kinematic Positioning Based on Densified Observables
Chia-Chyang Chang, Ching Yun, University , Taiwan , Hsin-Yu Lee, National Defense University , Taiwan

6. Position-Domain DD Hatch Filter to Maintain Float Solution Accuracy in RTK
Hee-Sung Kim, Korea Aerospace University , Korea

7. Instantaneous Multi-Baseline Ambiguity Resolution with Constraints
Peter J.Buist, Peter J. G. Teunissen, Gabriele Giorgi, Sandra Verhagen, Delft University of Technology , Netherlands

8. A Search and Shrink Approach for the Baseline Constrained LAMBDA: Experimental Results
Gabriele Giorg, Peter J. G. Teunissen, Peter J.Buist, Delft University of Technology , Netherlands


Session C12a: Multipath and Signal Interference I
9:20 a.m.-12:20 p.m.

Chairpersons:
Hiroshi Issiki
, University of Ulsan , Korea
Jinling Wan g , University of New South Wales, Australia

1. Multipath Performance evaluation of the QZSS LEX Signal
In-Cheol Yeom, Konkuk University, Korea 

2. Tests with Practical Multivariate Statistical Multipath Detection Methods Using Multiple-Frequency GNSS Phase Data
Lawrence Lau, Paul Cross, University College London, United Kingdom  

3.
On GPS signal multipath modeling in environments with mobility
Slobodan Nedic, Nedics Associates, USA  

4. Differential early late phase for multipath detection at critical Doppler offsets
Omer Mohsin Mubarak, Andrew Dempster, The University of New South Wales, Australia

5. Analyzing the Effectiveness of Wavelet Transform for Mitigating C/A Code Multipath at GPS Reference Stations
Thilantha Lakmal Dammalage, Chalermchon Satirapod, Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand

6. A Multipath Mitigation Method for Indoor Impulse Radio UWB Location System
Seung-Hun Song, Chan-Bock Song, Mi-Kyung Oh, Jae-Young Kim, Wangrok Oh,  Tae-Kyung Sung , Chungnam National University, Korea

7. A Multipath Mitigation Method for IR-UWB Location System
Jinghui Wu, Andrew Dempster, The University of New South Wales, Australia

8. Detection, Identification and Mitigation of Outliers in Receiver Autonomous Integrity Monitoring (RAIM) by Solving Observation Equations
Hiroshi Isshiki, University of Ulsan, Korea

 

Session D12a: New Products and Applications
9:20 a.m.-12:20 p.m.

Chair Persons :
Gyu-In Jee, Konkuk University, Korea
Toshiaki Tsujii, JAXA, Japan

1. magicGNSS: Quality Data, Algorithms and Products for the GNSS User Community
Alv aro Mozo Garcia, Ricardo Piriz, Miguel M. Romay Merino, GMV, Spain

2. Performance Evaluation of a Software GPS Receiver for Mid-End Host Platforms
Timo Jokitalo, Heidi Kuusniemi, Stefan Soderholm, Hanna Naukkarinen, Fastrax Ltd, Finland

3. IMES for Mobile Users - Social Implementation and Experiments Based on Existing Cellular Phones for Seamless Positioning
Dinesh Manandhar, Seiya Kawaguchi, Masayuki Uchida, Makoto Ishii, Hideyuki Torimoto, GNSS Technologies Inc., Japan

4. Study of Avoidance of Interference Effect from IMES Transmitters on Standard GPS Receiver
Sergei Bychenkov-Maliouguin, Hideyuki Torimoto, GNSS Technologies, Inc., Japan

5. Low Cost, Low Power Geotagging Solution for Digital Cameras
Alison Brown, Jim Dalrymple, NAVSYS Corporation, USA

6. Rotation Demodulation Method of GNSS Receiver for Spinning Vehicles
Hee Won Kang, Liu Meilin, Chungnam National University, Korea, Jeong Won Kim, Korea Aerospace Research Institute, Korea , Dong-Hwan Hwang, Sang Jeong Lee, Chungnam National University , Korea

7. GPS Enhancement through MSAT with a SAW PN Correlator
Osamu Ichiyoshi, Human Network for Better 21 Century, Japan

8. Performance Evaluation of the Multi-Constellation and Multi-Frequency GNSS RF Navigation Constellation Simulator NavXR-NCS
Guenter Heinrichs, Markus Irsigler, Robert Wolf, IFEN GmbH Guenther Prokoph, Work Microwave GmbH , Germany

 

 

Poster Session 1

Simulation Study of the Impact of QZSS on Land Survey
Hiroshi Munekane, Yuki Kuroishi, Yuki Hatanaka, Geographical Survey Institue , Japan , Hisashi Miyazaki , J apan Association of Surveyors, Japan

Artificial Jam-resistant Integrated Navigation System for Unmanned Helicopter
Mikhail Naumovich Krasilshchikov, Kirill Ivanovich Sypalo, Dmitry Alexandrovich Kozorez, Moscow Aviation Institute, Russia

GPS Multipath Mitigation Using Discrete Wavelet Transforms
Behzad Voosoghi, Mohammad Abasi , Asghar Rastbood, K.N.Toosi university of technology, Iran

Enhanced Authentication Scheme Based on Network Location for a DRM System
Arjulie John Pendon Berena, Takahito Murofushi, Kanami Kaiho, Masami Kihara, Nihon University, Japan

Empirical Study on RTT Measurement for the Authentication Scheme in a DRM System
Yusuke Kojima, Arjulie John Pendon Berena, Takahiro Tsuchiya, Masami Kihara, Nihon University , Japan

Mobile Vehicles Management System Employing GPS and License Plate Recognition Technique
Hyun Deok Kim, Byoung-Ju Yun, Sang Tae Kim, Kyungpook Nationa. Univ. , Korea

GNSS Testing for a Multi-GNSS, Multi-Sensor World
John Pottle, Steve Hickling , Spirent Communications plc, United Kingdom

Low-Cost Miniature GPS/INS for Small UAVs with Reduced Order Kalman Filter
Rui Hirokawa, Naoyuki Kajiwara, Ryuichi Ohata, Mitsubishi Electric Corp, Taro Suzuki, Waseda University. Japan

Extracting the Assessment of Environmental Changes from Satellite Image
Nang Mya Mya New, Mandalay Technological University , Myanmar

Spatial Pattern Analysis of Land Degradation Using Satellite Remote Sensing Data and GIS in Mandalay Watershed, Central Myanmar
Kyaw Zaya Htun, Asian Institute of Technology , Myanmar

Development of Agricultural Vehicle Navigator
Yasuyuki Hamada, Eiji Makino, Keiji Hanawa, Yosuke Matsuo, Takashi Yamashita, National Agriculture and Food Research Organization

Alternative/Poster

Signal Definition of QZSS IMES and It's Performance Analysis
Dinesh Manandha, GNSS Technologies Inc. Japan


Wednesday Afternoon, November 12

Session A12p: Navigation Systems and Applications II
13:40 p.m.-17:00 p.m.

Chairpersons:
Dinesh Manandhar , GNSS Technologies Inc., Japan
Kefei Zhang, RMIT, Australia

1. Hardware-In-The-Loop Test for FORMOSAT-5 GPS Receiver
Ying-Wen Jan, National Space Organization, Taiwan

2. Future GNSS Constellation Design Considering Compatibility and Interoperability
Wei Liu, Shanghai Jiao Tong University , China

3. Accuracy Evaluation of MEMS INS/GPS for Small UAVs
Masaru Naruoka, Hiroki Taniguchi, Takeshi Tsuchiya, Shinji Suzuki, The University of Tokyo , Japan

4. Flight Evaluation of a GPS Attitude Determination Algorithm
Nelson Paiva Oliveira Leite, Grupo Especial de Ensaios em Voo (GEEV), Brazil , Fernando Walter, Instituto Tecnologico de Aeronautica (ITA), Brazil

5. High Fidelity Simulation of GPS measurements for Space-based Navigation System Design
Liduan Wang, Chuanrun Zhai, Xin Zhang, Xingqun Zhan, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China

6. GNSS, RFID and INS Integration for Pedestrian Navigation
Guenther Retscher, Qing Fu, Vienna University of Technology , Austria

7. Applications of Robust Kalman Filtering Schemes in GNSS Navigation
Jinling Wang, University of New South Wales , Sydney , Australia

8. Development of a Low-Cost POS for Monitoring Skyscrapers Using Fast Fourier Transform
Chia-Yuan Li, Yun-Wen Huang, Kai-Wei Chiang, National Cheng Kung University , Taiwan

9. Resolving Patent Issues through Patent Pool Licensing Covering Personal Navigation Systems
William Geary, MPEG LA, LLC , USA

 

Session B12p-1: RTK-GPS and ambiguity Resolution II
13:40 p.m.-15:20 p.m.

Chairpersons:
Sueo Sugimoto, Ritsumeikan University, Japan
Peter Jacob Buist, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands

1. A Sequential Method for Integer Ambiguity Resolution in Real-Time GNSS Positioning
Shaocheng Zhang, Samsung Lim, Chris Rizos University of New South Wales , Australia

2. Statistical Property of the GNSS Carrier Phase Observations and the Related Hypothesis Testing with the Bootstrap Methods
Jianqing Cai, Universitaet Stuttgart, Germany, Congwei Hu, Erik Grafarend, Tongji University, China

3. Instantaneous RTK Positioning Based on User Velocity Measurements
Nobuaki Kubo, Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology , Japan

4. New Method for Graphically Representing Residual Error in an RTK Network in Real Time
Neil Brown, Paul Alves, Leica Geosystems , Switzerland

5. An Investigation of Regional Atmospheric Models for Network RTK Positioning -A case study in Victoria
Suqin Wu, RMIT University , Australia

 

SessionB12p-2: Crustal Deformation Measurement and Earthquake Prediction
15:40 p.m.-17:00 p.m.

Chairpersons:
Teruyuki Kato, The University of Tokyo , Japan
Yuki Hatanaka, Geographic Survey Institute, Japan

1. GPS has Detected Sub-mm Level Displacements --- The Short-term Slow Slip in the Tokai Region by Using Dense GPS Observation Net Data
Mikio Satomura, Hiroe Hama, Shizuoka University, Japan, Seiichi Shimada, National Research Institute for Earth Science and Disaster Prevention, Japan, Teruyuki Kato, University of Tokyo, Japan, Keizo Sayanagi, Tokai University, Japan

2. Contribution of thermal expansion of monument and nearby rock to observed GPS height changes
Wu Chen, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, China, Haoming Yan, Yaozhong Zhu, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

3. Real-time Kinematic GPS Analysis of the 2008 Iwate-Miyagi Inland Earthquake Using by 1Hz Data
Kazutoshi Sato, Hirotaka Obata, Akira Wada, Masayuki Kanzaki, Nippon GPS Solutions Corp., Japan, Tetsuya Iwabuchi, Christian Rocken, GPS Solutions Inc., Japan Teruyuki Kato, Earthquake Research Institute, University of Tokyo, Japan

4. Few-Millimeter-Precise Reduction of the Short Term Noise in Dual-Frequency Carrier-Phase GPS Positioning Applied to 1-Hz Measurement of Seismic Displacement
Kentaro Kondo , Fujitsu, Ltd., Japan

 

Session C12p-1: Multipath and Signal Interference II
13:40 p.m.-15:20 p.m.

Chairpersons:
Nobuaki Kubo
, Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology
Slobodan Nedic, Nedics Associates, USA

1. Modified High Resolution Correlator Scheme for Improving the Performance of Short Delay Multipath Mitigation
Hyoungmin So, Ghangho Kim, Taikjin Lee, Sanghoon Jeon, Changdon Kee, Seoul National University

2. Design of a TOA-based Anti-Spoofing Method for GPS Civil Signal
Sung Lyong Cho, Mi Young Shin, Soon Lim, Dong-Hwan Hwang, Sang Jeong Lee, Chungnam National University, Korea

3.
A GNSS Software Receiver Beamforming Architecture
Min Li, National University of Defense Technology / University of New South Wales, Feixue Wang, National University of Defense Technology, China, Asghar Tabatabaei Balaei, Andrew G. Dempster, Chris Rizos, University of New South Wale, Australia

4. Analysis of the Effect of Channel Mismatch in DAE on GPS Anti-jamming Algorithms
Sang Wook Hwang, Sung Lyong ChoGeon Woo LeeDong Hwan HwangSang Jeong Lee, Chungnam National University , Korea , Chang Won Lee, Agency for Defense Development, Korea , Chansik Park , Chungbuk National University , Korea

5. Phase Calibration and Attitude Determination of a 2 by 2 Phased Array GNSS Antenna
Asghar Tabatabaei Balaei, Andrew Graham Dempster, Min Li, University of New South Wales, Australia

 

Session C12p-2: Atmospheric effects I
15:40 p.m.-17:20 p.m.

Chairpersons:

Yuichi Otsuka
, Nagoya University , Japan
Thomas Hobiger, NICT, Japan

1. Efficient ionospheric model using wavelet for geomagnetic storm
YoungHo Sohn, Ho Yun, Changdon Kee, Seoul National University , Korea

2. Ionospheric Disturbances Observed by Ground-Based GPS Receivers in Japan and the World
Takuya Tsugawa, Mamoru Ishii, NICT, Japan, Yuichi Otsuka, Nagoya University, Japan, Akinori Saito, Michi Nishioka, Kyoto University, Japan

3. TEC Determination over Single GPS Reicever Station Using PPP technique
Mardina Abdullah, Siti Aminah Bahari, University Kebangsaan, Malaysia, Baharudin Yatim, Mahamod Ismail, Institute Space Science, Malaysia

4. Estimation of TEC Over the Tropical Malaysian Region Using the GPS Observables
Khairul Anuar Abdullah, Tan Wee Keng, Universiti Teknologi , Malaysia

5. Retrieving Vertical Electron Density Profile with Combined Tomography and Abel Inversion Techniques
Gary Ouyang, Jinling Wang, University of New South Wales , Australia

Alternative/Poster

Climatological Study of GPS Total Electron Content Variations Caused by Medium-scale Traveling Ionospheric Disturbances
Yuichi Otsuka, Nagoya University, Japan, Nobuki Kotake, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation Japan , Tadahiko Ogawa, Takuya Tsugawa, NICT, Japan

 

Session D12p: Precise Timing
13:40 p.m.-17:00 p.m.

Chairpersons:
Shinichi Hama
, NICT, Japan
Chang Bok Lee, KRISS, Korea

1. A Precision Time Transfer Scheme Using the Maritime DGPS Signal
Ik Jun Choi, Mi Young Shin, Sang Jeong Lee, Chungnam National University, Korea, Sung-Hun Yang, Chang-Bok Lee, Korea Research Institute of Standards and Science, Korea, Chansik Park, Chungbuk National University, Korea

2. Effects of Inospheric Delay Correction on 1PPS Accuracy Improvement by Using L1C/A and L2C
Naomi Fujisawa, Hitoshi Kondo and Katuso Yamada, FURUNO ELECTRIC Co., LTD, Japan

3. SynchroNet: High Performance Distributed Synchronization System
F. Gottifredi , E. Varriale, D. Cretoni , Thales Alenia Space Italia S.p.A.

4. Current Status of Time Management System of QZSS
Shin'ichi Hama , NICT, Japan

5. Integrated Monitoring System of Space-born Clocks at KRISS
Chang Bok LEE, KRISS, Korea

6. Evaluation of Timing Performance by GGTO Depending on Number of Unknown Parameters
Mi Young Shin, Chungnam National University , Korea

7. Generation of Measurement Data Set for the GGTO Simulation
Sung Hoon Yang, Korea Research Institute of Standards and Science , Korea

8. Hardware Simulation of Remote Synchronization with Ground Station Equipment
Masato Fukui, University of Tokyo , Japan

9. Ground Station Control for Remote Synchronization of Onboard Crystal Oscillators of Quasi-Zenith Satellites
Toshiaki Iwata, AIST, Japan

 

Poster Session 2

Development of a GPS Augmentation Technique Utilizing QZSS Broadcasting
Yuki Hatanaka, Hiroshi Munekane, Geographical Survey Institute, Japan , Akira Wada, Nippin GPS Solutions Co., Japan

Landmark Update of GPS/INS for Mobile Mapping System Using a Nearly Horizontal Single Camera and 3D Point-Cloud
Naoyuki Kajiwara, Rui Hirokawa, Yoshihiro Shima, MitsubishiElectric , Japan

Verifications of Absolute Antenna Phase Characteristic Models in GEONET
Tomoaki Furuya, Yuko Noguchi, Toru Yutsudo, Hiroyuku Nakagawa, Basara Miyahara, Yuki Hatanaka, Geographical Survey Institute, Japan

Development of Crustal Monitoring Support System
Basara Miyahara, Geographical Survey Institute, Japan, Masayoshi Ishimoto, Geography and Crustal Dynamics Research Center, Japan, Hiroshi Koshimizu, General Affairs Department, Japan, Nobuhiro Ishikura, Satoshi Kawamoto, Tomomi Amagai, Geodetic Department, Japan, Isao Ueda, Geography and Crustal Dynamics Research Center , Japan

Monitoring of hydrothermal intrusions at Hakone Volcano inferred from GPS observations
Satoshi Kawamoto,Chimako Iwashita Geographical Survey Institute, Japan

Using Semi-parametric Model to Determinate Parameters of Crustal Movement
Ming Feng, Surveying and Mapping Institute of Information Engineering University , China

Characteristics of Crustal Strain in the Western Kanagawa Prefecture , Japan
Masatake Harada, Makiko Iwakuni, Toshikazu Tanada, Hot Springs Research Institute of Kanagawa Prefecture , Japan

First Experience on Automated Processing of Thai Permanent GPS Observations for Ground Deformation Monitoring and Earthquake Study
Chalermchon Satirapod, Somchai Kriengkraiwasin, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand, Horng-Yue Chen, Institute of Earth Sciences, Academia Sinica, Taiwan , Phuwieng Prakhammintara, Thai Meteorological department, Thailand

Geodetic Networks for Crustal Deformation Studies and the Reference Frame Definition Problem
Dimitrios Rossikopoulos, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki , Greece

Determination the Inter-seismic Displacement of Near-fault Crustal Deformation in the South Longitudinal Valley , Southeastern Taiwan
Horng-Yue Chen, Institute of Earth Sciences, Academia SINICA, Taiwan

Entrepreneurship: A Highway from University to the Market
Getulio Akabane, Odair Farias, Unisantos , Brazil

Systematic analysis of the present-day crustal deformation in Shanghai based on the multi-epoch GPS measurements
Jianqing Cai, Stuttgart University , Germany , Jichang Wu, Yi Lin, Jiexian Wang, Tongji University , China , Erik Grafarend, Stuttgart University , Germany

Alternative/Poster:

Comparisons of Error Characteristics between TOA and TDOA Positioning in Presence of Multipath or NLOS error
Sung Kyu Lee, Tae Kyung Sung, Ji Hee Park, Chungbuk National University , Korea


Thursday Morning, November 13

Session A13a-1: Navigation Systems and Applications III
9:20 a.m.-11:00 p.m.

Chairpersons:
Satoshi Kogure, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), Japan
Andrew G. Dempster
, The University of New South Wales, Australia

1. Correcting atmospheric and Ionospheric Delay in KAGUYA VLBI Observations Using GPS Technique
Qinghui liu, National Astronomical Observatory, Japan

2. Low Cost GNSS RF Signal Simulator with Integrated Traffic Message Channel Simulation
Iurie Ilie, Dominique Fortin, Andre Leblanc , Averna,Canada, Marc-Antoine Fortin, Ecole de Technologie Superieure,Canada

3. Performance Evaluation of Software GNSS IF Signal Generator
Meilin Liu, Deok Won Lim, Sang Jeong Lee, Chungnam National University, Korea , Chansik Park , Chungbuk National University, Korea.

4. Development of Software GNSS Signal Generator
Jae-Eun Lee,University of Science and Technology, Korea,Tae-Hee Kim, Sanguk Lee, Jaehoon Kim, ETRI

5. GNSS Signal Monitoring Laboratory Facility: First Galileo GIOVE B Signal Assessment Results
Franco Gottifredi, Thales Alenia Space , Italy

 

Session A13a-2: Status of GNSS (GPS, Galileo, GLONASS, Beidou/Compass, QZSS)
11:20 a.m.-12:40 p.m.

Chairpersons:
Toshiaki Iwata, AIST, Japan
Gunter Hein, FAF Munich, Germany

1. Improvement of GPS Capabilities by QZSS in Asia and Oceania Region
S. Kogure, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agenccy , Japan

2. Present Status of a Highly-Accurate Positioning Experiment System Using QZSS at ENRI
K. Ito, Takeyasu Sakai, Sounosuke Fukushima, Noboru Takeichi, ENRI, Japan

3. C-Band User Terminal Aspect for Bandwidth Efficient Modulation Schemes in European GNSS Evolution Programme
J-H. Won, Jose Angel Avila Rodriguez, Stefan Wallner, Bernd Eissfeller , University of FAF Munich , Germany , Jean-Jacques Floch, Andreas Schmitz-Peiffer, EADS-Astrium, Ottobrunn , Germany , Enrico Colzi, ESA-ESTEC, Noordwijk , Netherlands

4. Mission Analysis for Navigation Satellite with Constraints
Jun Zhao, Hui Yang, Zhigang Han, China Academy of Space Technology, China

Alternative

GLONASS Status in Mid 2008 - an Indian View
Anindya Bose, Burdwan University , India , S. Sarkar, Jhapandanga S D High School , India , P. Banerjee, National Physical Laboratory , India

Alternative/Poster

Evaluation of an Algorithm to Solve Multipath Effect in GPS/GLONASS
Hideki Yamada, Tomoji Takasu, Nobuaki Kubo, Akio Yasuda, Tokyo University of Marine and Science Technology , Japan

 

Session B13a: Surveying, Mapping and Geodesy
9:20 a.m.-12:20 p.m.

Chairperson:
Tomoji Takasu, Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology
Tatsunori Sada, Nihon University , Japan

1. GEONET-GPS Earth Observation Network System-
Takashi Toyofuku, Basara Miyahara, Hiroyuki Nakagawa, Hiroshi Nitta, Takashi Saito, Hideo Amemiya, Yukiko Kimura, Masayuki Yamanaka, G eographical Survey Institute, Japan

2. New Analysis Strategy of GEONET
Hiroyuki Nakagawa, Basara Miyahara, Chimako Iwashita, Takashi Toyofuku, Kyoko Kotani, Masayoshi Ishimoto, Hiroshi Munekane, Yuki Hatanaka, Geographical Survey Institute, Japan

3. GPS/Galileo Long Baseline Computation: Method and Performance Analysis
Ming Yang, Feng-Yo Chu , National Cheng Kung Univ. Taiwan

4. Developments in Real Time Precise Positioning Technique
Yongqi Chen, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University , China

5. Precise Point Positioning Performance of Low-Cost OEM and Geodetic Receivers Using Online Processing Service
Reha Metin Alkan, Istanbul Technical University , Turkey

6. Identifying the Frequencies of a Twin Steel Box Girder Viaduct By GPS Monitoring
Oluropo Ogundipe, Gethin Wyn Roberts, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom, Chris Brown, School of Engineering and Design, Brunel University, United Kingdom

7. Availability Analysis of Integrated GNSS Using 3D GIS Model of Urban
Hye-In Kim, Kwan-Dong Park , Inha University , Korea

8. EMD-Based Wavelet Model for Dynamic Deformation Signal Denoising
Nanshan Zheng, Kyoto University , Japan

 

Session C13a:Atmospheric effects II
9:20 a.m.-12:40 p.m.

Chairpersons:
Thomas Hobiger
, NICT, Japan
Yuichi Otsuka, Nagoya University , Japan

1. Kashima Ray-tracing Service (KARATS) - On-line Provision of Total Troposphere Slant
Thomas Hobiger, Ryuichi Ichikawa , Yasuhiro Koyama, Tetsuro Kondo, National Institute of Information and Communications Technology , Japan

2. An Evaluation of the Practicability of Current Mapping Functions Using Ray-traced Delays from JMA Mesoscale Numerical Weather Data
Ryuichi Ichikawa, Thomas Hobiger, Yasuhiro Koyama, National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT), Japan, Tetsuro Kondo, NICT, Japan, Ajou University, Korea

3. GPS Near-Real-Time Determination of Water Vapor Distribution over the South Korea
Jihyun Ha, Kwan-Dong, Inha University , Korea

4. PPP Algorithms with Tropospheric Delay Estimation Based on GR Models
Seigo Fujita, Kazuhiro Nishikawa, Yukihiro Kubo, Sueo Sugimoto, Ritsumeikan University , Japan

5. GPS Signal Fading due to Scintillation & Multipath and its Impact on Satellite Geometry and Positioning over the Appleton Anomaly Region
Surendra Sunda, Airports Authority of India, India

6. Plasma Bubble Monitoring by HF
Susumu Saito, Electronic Navigation Research Institute, Japan, Takashi Maruyama, Mamoru Ishii, Minoru Kubota, NICT, Japan, Guanyi Ma, Jinghua Li, National Astronomical Observatories, China, Yanhong Chen, Center for Space Science and Applied Research, China

7. Ionospheric Disturbances Observed by the PALSAR Onboard ALOS Satellite
Masanobu Shimada, Japan Aerospace exploration agency, Japan, Yasushi Muraki, Konan University, Japan, Yuichi Otsuka, Nagoya University, Japan

8. Correlation between L-band Scintillation and HF-band Doppler at the Time of Daytime Es Occurrence over the Kanto Area in Japan
Ichiro Tomizawa, Takashi F. Shibata, The University of Electro-Communications, Japan

9. Application of Modified Jones 3-D Ray Tracing Program to Developed Ionospheric Delay Model
Norsuzila Yaacob, Mardina Abdullah, Mahamod Ismail, Universiti Kebangsaan , Malaysia 

Alternative/Poster

Ionospheric Effects Due to Variation Propagation of Mobile Station in Dgps
Mardina Abdullah, Siti Sarah Nik Zulkifli, Mahamod Ismail, Universiti Teknologi , Malaysia

 

Session D13a: Space Based & Ground Based Augmentation
9:20 a.m.-12:20 p.m.

Chairpersons:
Takeyasu Sakai, ENRI, Japan
Jong-Hoon Won, Univ. FAF Munich, Germany

1. Blending of MSAS and GAGAN for Regional SBAS Implementation
Jyh-Ching Juang, Yung-Fu Tsai, National Cheng Kung University , Taiwan

2. Experiments of GPS/INS Based Integrity Monitoring Using MSAS Differential Correction Data
Toshiaki Tsujii, Hiroshi Tomita, Takeshi Fujiwara, Masatoshi Harigae, JAXA, Japan

3. MSAS Performance Evaluation in the Severe Ionospheric Condition
Nyo Mi Saw, Nobuaki Kubo, Akio Yasuda, Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology , Japan

4. A Study on the Error Modeling of Differential GPS Correction
Jin-Kyu Choi, Sang-Hyun Park , Deuk-Jae Cho, Ki-Yeol Seo, Sang-Hyun , Korea Ocean Research and Development Institute, KOREA

5. A Study of Applying Data Mining Approach to Detect Anomalous Event for GBAS
Kazushi Suzuki, Takayuki Kaneso, and Takeshi Ono,Takayuki Nakata, Kenji Aoki, NEC Corporation, Japan

6. Integrity Monitoring-Oriented Researches for Satellite Navigation System
Jing Zhang, Wei Wang, Xiaofeng Fu, National University of Defense Technology , China

7. Shanghai Regional GNSS Multi-Mode Augmentation & Precise Positioning Service System
C.R . Zhai , X.Q. Zhan , J.N. Liu , Shanghai GALILEO Industries Ltd Shanghai Jiaotong University , China

8. LCNSS: A New Approach to the Navigation Satellite Systems
Maria Dolores Lainez Samper, Maria D. Lainez, Miguel M. Romay, GMV Aerospace and Defense S.A. , Spain

 

Poster Session 3

Fuzzy Strong Tracking Unscented Kalman Filter Design for Integrated Navigation
Dah-Jing Jwo, Shih-Yao Lai, National Taiwan Ocean University , Taiwan

Allan Variance Analysis on Error Characters of MEMS Inertial Sensors for an FPGA-based GPS/INS System
Xin Zhang, Yong Li, Peter Mumford, Chris Risoz, University of New South Wales, Australia

Development Status of Software T&F Receiver for GNSS Common Views
Ryuei Yamada, Fujinobu Takahashi, Yuki Ito, Shyouta Ishikawa, Takuya Shinno, Yokohama National University, Japan

Improvement of S/W GPS Receiver Performance with Code Phase Estimation
Heuisam Kwag, Sunjun Ko, Samsung Electro-Mechanics , Korea

An Embedded Platform based Real-Time Software GPS Receiver Design and Implementation
Sun-Jun Ko, Heui-Sam Kwag, Hee-Seok Ho, Samsung Electro-Mechanics , Korea

A Self-Adaptive Maximum Likelihood Bit Synchronization Approach for a GPS receiver
Rui Zheng, Jie Chen, Institute of microelectronics, Chinese Academy of Science , China

Algorithm of the IF Signal Generation in the Software-Based IF GNSS Signal Simulator
Tae-Hee Kim, SangUk Lee, JeaEun Lee, ETRI, Korea

GPS Receiver with Enhanced User Positioning Time
Seung-Hyun Yoon*, Ji-Woon Jung, Su-Bong Kim, Hyun-Chang Shin, Jae-Hyang Lee, Kyu-Yun Lee, Hyo-Sun, Digital Media R&D Center, Samsung Electronics , Korea

Digital Combining Technique for Processing Multiple GPS Antennas Signals
Il Kyu Park, Seok Bo Son, Se Hwan Kim, Young Baek Kim, Hanyang Navicom R&D Center, Deajeon, Korea. Sang Jeong Lee, Chungnam National University , Deajeon , Korea .

Design of RSIM Architecture for Performance Enhancement of Maritime DGPS
Deuk Jae Cho, Sang Hyun Park , and Sang Hyun Suh, Korea Ocean Research & Development Institute, KOREA

Development of Cognitive Software Receivers for the Multi-GNSS Satellite

Shota Ishikawa, Ryuei Yamada, Yuki Ito, Takuya Shinno, Fujinobu Takahashi, Yokohama National University, Japan

System Implementation Considerations of an High Sensitivity Assisted GPS Receiver Acquisition Scheme
Zhixing Liu, Shoichiro Asano,National Institute of Informatics, Japan, Chunming Fan, Kimihiko Ueno, Masao Nemoto, Akio Yasuda, Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology, Japan


Friday Morning, November 14

Session A14a: Marine, Land and Aviation Applications I
9:20 a.m.-12:20 p.m.

Chairpesons:
Hiroki Irie, Yatsushiro National College of Technology, Japan
Sam Pullen, Stanford University , USA

1. The Wireless System for Marine Sensor Networks
Masashi Yoshida, Salesian Polytechnic, Japan, Harumasa, Akio Yasuda, Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology, Japan

2. Improvement of small drifting buoy equipped with GPS and result of the operation
Hiroki Irie, Yuji Kamikubo, Ikuo Saito, Yatsushiro national College of Technology , Japan , Nagahisa Mita, Kumamoto University , Japan

3. Observation of Current Direction and Speed by Shipboard ADCP with GPS Reference Data
Hajime Chiba , Shoichi Furuyama, Koji Yokoi, Emi Kanayama, Toyama National College of Maritime Technology

4. The World's Only Certificated GPS-based Precision Approach System
Borje Forssell, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway, Steinar Hama r, Avinor , Norway

5. Analysis of Land and Sea Reflected GPS Signal
Dinesh Manandhar, Ryosuke Shibasaki, The University of Tokyo , Japan

6. Novel Attitude Determination Algorithm Utilizing Single Frequency GPS/GLONASS Receiver
Wenrui Jin, Chuanrun Zhai, Yanhua Zhang, Xingqun Zhan, Shanghai Jiao Tong University , China

7. GPS Signal Tracking Loop Design for a Satellite Launcher
Su Bae Jeon, Il Kyu Park, Seok Bo Son, Se Hwan Kim, Young Baek Kim, Hanyang Navicom R&D Center, Daejeon, Korea.

8. GNSS/Pseudolite Signal Re-Acquisition with the Aid of INS in Short Signal Blockage Scenarios
Peng Li , Jinling Wang, The University of New South Wales, Australia, Zhenming Feng, Tsinghua University, China

 

Session B14a:Receiver Design and Signal Processing I
9:20 a.m.-12:20 p.m.

Chairpersons:
Zhixing Liu
, Xanavi Informatics, Corp, Japan
Xingqun Zhan, Shanghai Jiao Tong University , China

1. The Vector Tracking Loop Design  based on the Extended Kalman Filter
Kwang-Hoon Kim, Jong-Hwa Song, Gyu-In Jee, Konkuk University , Korea

2.
Two Signal Processing Algorithms Used in Galileo E1 Receiver
Yun Qiao, Shinji Oda, Tadamitsu Hirai, Harumi Mizuno, Koichi Washizu, Japan Radio Co., Ltd. Japan

3. Performance Analysis of the GIOVE-B/CBOC Signal
Masatoshi Matsumoto and Katsuo Yamada, Furuno Electric Co., Ltd, Japan.

4. Performance Evaluation of Tracking Loops in a Galileo BOC (1, 1) Receiver
Deok Won Lim, Sung Lyong Cho, Soon Lim, Dong-Hwan Hwang, Sang Jeong Lee, Chungnam National University, Korea, Seung Wook Moon, Hanyang Navicom Co.Ltd, Korea, Chansik Park, Chungbuk National University, Korea

5. GIOVE-B E1-B Signal Processing Assisted E1-C Range Code Only
Byung-Hyun Lee, Gyu-in Jee, Konkuk University , Korea

6.A USB2.0 Based GPS Software Receiver: Implementation and Some Initial Results
Zhe HE, Chuanrun Zhai, Yanhua Zhang, Xingqun Zhan, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China

7. Architecture and Benefits of an Advanced GNSS Software Receiver
Mark G. Petovello, Cillian O'Driscoll, Gerard Lachapelle, Daniele Borio and Hasan Murtaza, University of Calgary, Canada

8. Performance Analysis of Composite PRN Code Acquisition Methods for GNSS Signal
Li-Ta Hsu, Chih-Cheng Sun, Shau-Shiun Jan, National Cheng Kung University , Taiwan

Alternative/Poster

A Self-adaptive Code Tracking Loop Design for Galileo BOC(1,1) Signal
Dongkai. Yang, Weiqiang. Li, Qishan. Zhang, Beihang University , China

 

 

 

Session C14a: Non-satellites Positioning, Pseudolite and Consumer Applications
9:20 a.m.-12:20 p.m.

Chairpersons:
Hiromune Namie, National Defense Academy
Faisal A. Khan, University of New south Wales , Australia

1. Three Dimensional Positioning System Using a Single Pseudolite
Hironori Kawano, Minori Kawano, Radio Communication Systems Ltd., Japan, Yasunori Takeuchi, Chugoku Electric Power Co., Inc, Japan

2. Low-cost GPS Pseudolite
Hongliang XU, Chuanrun ZHAI, Xin ZHANG, Yanhua ZHANG, Xingqun ZHAN, Shanghai Jiao Tong Universit y , China

3. Development of Seamless Location Based Service and System based on IMES
Takamasa Kawaguchi, Shinya Yoshihara, Yoko Mori, Tomoichi Ebata, Yutaka Shimogaki, HITACHI, Japan

4. Development of Assisted GNSS for Seamless Positioning Using IEEE 802.15.4a Data Link
Yong-Soo Kim, Konkuk University , Korea

5. Pedestrian Navigation System with Fall Detection and Energy Expenditure Calculation for Elderly
Deokhee Han, Chansik Park , Eunjong Cha Chungbuk National University , Kore a , Sangjeong Lee Chung nam National University , Korea .

6. Performance Evaluation of a Singularity-free Positioning Algorithm in 3D WSN
Seung Beom Kim, Sang Jeong Lee, Chansik Park , Chungnam National University , Korea

7. Indoor GPS Receiver for Mobile Robot
Haruhiko Niwa, Kenri Kodaka, Yoshihiro Sakamoto, Shigeki Sugano, Waseda University, Wabot-House Laboratory, Japan, Takuji Ebinuma, Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology, Japan

8. Development of an FLAOA Location Method for Indoor Mobile Robots
Ji-Won Park , Hyun-Ja Im, Sung-Ho Lee, Tae-Kyung Sung , Chungnam National University , Korea

 

Session D14a: Inertial Systems for Positioning & Orientation
9:20 a.m.-12:20 p.m.

Chairpersons:
Michito Imae, AIST, Japan
Makoto Ishii
, GNSS Inc., Japan

1. Investigating on the Calibration Method of IMU Based only Accelerometers
Junwei Wu, Harbin Engineering University , China

2.
Performance Improvement of MEMS INS/GPS during GPS Outage Using Magnetometer
Takeshi Fujiwara, Hiroshi Tomita, Toshiaki Tsujii, Masatoshi Harigae , Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan

3. The Use of GPS and INS for Centimetre Positioning Accuracy during Long GPS Outages
Ahmad Adnan Taha, The University of Nottingham , United Kingdom

4. The Implementation a Simulation Platform for INS/GNSS Integrated Systems
Chih-Yu Hu, Kai-Wei Chiang, National Cheng Kung University , Taiwan

5. Information Fusion Algorithm for Damping Attitude of Strapdown Inertial Attitude and Heading Reference System Based on Fault Diagnosis
Jianye Liu, Yanhua Zhu, Rongbing Li, Ping Yang, Qinghua Zeng, Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, China

6. The Application of Nonlinear Filter Technique in SINS/GPS Integrated Navigation System
Jizhou Lai, Jianye Liu, Jian Xiong, Yongrong Sun, Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, China

7. Magnetic Compass Fault Detection Method for GPS/INS/ Magnetic Compass Integrated Navigation Systems
Sul Gee Park, Ho Cheol Jeong, Kishor P. Vitalkar, Chungnam National University, South Korea, Jeong Won Kim, Korea Aerospace Research Institute, South Korea , Dong-Hwan Hwang, Sang Jeong Lee, Chungnam National University , South Korea

8. Data Wipe Off Method to Improve Performance of Deeply Coupled GPS/INS Integrated Navigation Systems
Ho Cheol Jeong, Hee Won Kang, Dong-Hwan Hwang and Sang Jeong Lee , Chungnam National University, Korea, Jeong Won Kim, Korea Aerospace Research Institute, Korea , Tae Gyoo Lee and Ki-Won Song, Agency for Defense Development, Korea

 

 

Poster Session 4

On the Availability of DGPS System Based on Terrestrial Digital One-segment Broadcasting
Masashi Kawai, Hideki Kadomura, Toyama National College of Maritime Technology , Takeyasu Sakai, Electronic Navigation Research Institute , Minoru Yamamoto, Kitanihon Broadcasting Co.,LTD ., Akio Yasuda, Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology

Southeast Asia low-latitude Ionospheric Network (SEALION) for Monitoring Ionospheric Irregularities
Jyunpei Uemoto, Mamoru Ishii, Minoru Kubota, Takashi Maruyama, Jin Hidekatsu, Takuya Tsugawa, National Institute of Information and Communications Technology

Feasibility of Using Regional Ionosphere Maps in Single Frequency Precise Point Positioning: A Case Study in Australia
Suelynn Choy, Kefei Zhang, David Silcock, Lucas Holden, RMIT University , Australia

A Study on Improvement of Positioning Accuracy for GPS L1 Users using GPS Network
Byung K. Choi, Jong U. Park, Sung K. Cho, Korea Astronomy and Space Science Institute , Sang J. Lee, Chung-Nam National University

An investigation of linear interpolation methods in multi reference DGPS, case study: Alborz GPS network of Iran
Behzad Voosoghi, Davood Nejat, K.N.Toosi University of Technology , Iran

Network-RTK GPS Positioning in Japan
Kumaki Yohta, Promotion Council of Real Time Positioning Using GPS-based Control Stations / Senshu University

GPS Audio Guiding System
Rangsan Tongta, Amnuay Teejanthuk, Suranaree University of Technology , Thailand

Precise Time Transfer and Ranging Experiment Result between Ground and ETS-VIII
Yasuhiro Takahashi, Fumimaru Nakagawa, Hiroo Kunimori, Jun Amagai, Shigeru Tsuchiya, Ryo Tabuchi, Shin'ichi Hama , NICT, Japan , Hiroyuki Noda. JAXA, Japan

Alternative/Poster

Climatological Study of GPS Total Electron Content Variations Caused by Medium-scale Traveling Ionospheric Disturbances
Yuichi Otsuka ,STEL, Nagoya Univ., Japan, Nobuki Kotake , Mitsubishi Electric Corporation. Japan Tadahiko Ogawa , STEL, Nagoya Univ. , Japan , Takuya Tsugawa , NICT, Japan , Akinori Saito , Kyoto Univ. , Japan

Ionospheric Effects Due to Variation Propagation of Mobile Station in Dgps
Mardina Abdullah, Siti Sarah Nik Zulkifli, Mahamod Ismail, Faculty of Engineering, Universit, Kebangsaan Malaysia , Malaysia

Evaluation of an Algorithm to Solve Multipath Effect in GPS/GLONASS
Hideki Yamada, Tomoji Takasu, Nobuaki Kubo, Akio Yasuda, Tokyo University of Marine and Science Technology, Japan

Friday Afternoon, November 14

Session A14p: Marine, Land and Aviation Applications II
14:00 p.m.-15:20 p.m.

Chairpersons:
Takeshi Fujiwara, JAXA, Japan
Boerje Forssell, Norwegian University of Science and Technology , Norway

1. A Minimum MEMS Approach to the Inertial Elements of an Integrated Car Navigator
Xin Zhang ,Chaunrun Zhai, Hongliang Xu Yanhua Zhang Xingoun Zhan, Shanghai Jiao Tong University , China

2. GRAIL: Introduction of GNSS in the Rail Sector
Alvaro Urech, Maria J. Garcia-Prieto, INECO-TIFSA , Spain

3. Inter-Vehicle Positioning System Based on Ad Hoc Wireless Network
Bing Wei, Wu Chen, Xiaoli Ding, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University , China

4. Concept of a Secure and Safety Tracking System for Goods Using QZSS and RF-ID
Koichi Chino, Dinesh Manandhar, Ryosuke Shibasaki, The University of Tokyo , Japan

Alternative/Poster

Design of GPS Signal Simulation Environment Based on Real World
Ki-Yeol Seo, .Sang-Hyun Park, Jin-Kyu Choi, Sang-Hyun Park, Korea Ocean Research and Development Institute, Korea

Application of Digital Image Processing Integrated with Satellite Remote Sensing and GIS in Land Use Land Cover Change and Soil Erosion
Kyaw Zaya Htun, Mandalay Technological University , Myanmar Dr. Lal Samarakoon. Asian Institute of Technology , Thailand

 

Session B14p: Receiver Design and Signal Processing II
13:20 p.m.-15:20 p.m.

Chairpersons:
Chunming Fan,
Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology , Japan
Nelson Paiva Oliveira Leite , Grupo Especial de Ensaios em Voo (GEEV), Brasil

1. Weak GPS Signal Tracking Using Square Root Filter Algorithm
Guangyu Zhou, Xuchu Mao Shanghai Jiao Tong University , China

2. Implementation of FPGA-Based Acquisition of Weak GPS Signals
Jun Xu, Xuchu Mao, Shanghai Jiao Tong University , China

3. Performance Analysis of a Galileo Weak signal Acquisition Algorithm
Soon Lim, Deok Won Lim, Dong-Hwan Hwang, Sang Jeong Lee, Chungnam National University, Korea, Seung Wook Moon, Hanyang Navicom Co. Ltd, Korea , Chansik Park , Chungbuk National University , Korea

4. Efficient Algorithms for Improving the Performance of Weak Signal Acquisition on the Real-Time Software GNSS Receiver
Sung-Hyuck Im, Konkuk University , Korea

5. Cross-correlation Performance Comparison of L1 & L2C GPS Codes for Weak Signal Acquisition
Sana Ullah Qaisar, Andrew G. Dempster, The University of New South Wales, Australia

 

Session C14p:Positioning Trends & New Technologies
13:40 p.m.-15:20 p.m.

Chairpersons:
Tomoyuki Miyano
, Tokyo Metropolitan College of Aeronautical Engineering , Japan
Jianxin Li, Spirent Communications, UK

1. Grey Relational Analysis-Aided H∞ Filtering for GPS Navigation
Dah-Jing Jwo, Hsin-Hsu Lin, National Taiwan Ocean University , Taiwan

2. Certification of RF Simulator Performance for System and Application Testing
Mr. John Pottle, Spirent Communications, United Kingdom

3. Performance Evaluation and Test Results of a Single Frequency Mass Market GNSS Receivers
Michael Ammann, u-blox, Switzerland

4. Ultra Wideband-Based Indoor Positioning System
Jin Wang, Xiaochun Lu, Haitao Wu, National Time Service Center , China

5. An Empirical Approach to Study the Effects of A Priori Observations Sigma Ratio in Single Frequency Precise Point Positioning
Sue Lynn Choy, Kefei Zhang, David Silcock, Lucas Holden, RMIT University, Australia

Alternative/Poster

Signal Definition of QZSS IMES and It's Performance Analysis
Dinesh Manandhar, Kazuyuki Okano, Makoto Ishii, Masahiro Asako, Hideyuki Torimoto, GNSS Technologies Inc., Japan, Satoshi Kogure, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), Japan, Hiroaki Maeda, Lighthouse Technology and Consulting, Japan

 

Session D14p: Novel Applications
13:40 p.m.-15:20 p.m.

Chairpersons:
Sonosuke Fukushima
, ENRI, Japan
Sam Pullen, Stanford University , USA

1. Validations of GNSS Radio Occultation Technique over Australia
Kefei Zhang, Falin Wu, Erjiang Fu, Surveying, RMIT University, Australia, Xiao Xu, Wuhan University, China, Anthony Rea, Gary Weymouth, Bertukan Biadeglgne, Yuriy Kuleshov Australian Bureau of Meteorology, Australia

2. How hybrid GPS-based Surveying Techniques Can Further Assist with Structural Design and Construction
Xiaojing Li, Akihito Yoshida, Yukio Tamura, Chris Rizos, Linlin Ge, University of New South Wales, Australia, Tokyo Polytechnic University, Japan, Ryuji IMAI, Urban Renaissance Agency, Japan

3. A Marine Information Management System Utilizing Ship LAN
Yi SUN, Chunming FAN, Kimihiko UENO, Masao NEMOTO, Akio YASUDA, Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology, Japan, Zhixing LIU, Xanavi Informatics Corporation, Japan

4. Novel Time-Sharing Scheme to Virtually Eliminate Locata-WiFi Interference Issues
Faisal A. Khan, Chris Rizos, Andrew G. Dempster, University of New south Wales , Australia

5. Development of Ultimate Seamless Positioning Method based on QZSS IMES
Dinesh Manandhar, Kazuyuki Okano, Makoto Ishii, Masahiro Asako, Hideyuki Torimoto, GNSS Technologies Inc., Japan, Satoshi Kogure, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), Japan, Hiroaki Maeda, Lighthouse Technology and Consulting, Japan

 

Session A14p-2:Closing Session
15:40 p.m.-17:00 p.m.

Construction and Development of COMPASS Navigation Satellite System
Ran Chenqi, Yang Qiangwen, China Satellite Navigation Project Center (CSN), China

The status of European GNSS (Galileo and EGNOS)
Guenter Hein, Institute of Geodesy and Navigation, University FAF Munich, Germany

Development Status of QZSS
Satoshi Kogure, JAXA, Japan

Events

Thursday ,November 13

Technical bus tour

Bus tour to the Satellite Navigation Lab. And Maritime Museum at Tokyo Univ. of Marine Science & Technology

 

Evening seminar
7:00 p.m.-9:30 p.m.

Practice for positioning the Cruiser and display the track on the Electronic Chart Display and Information System (ECDIS). Buffet dinner is served while practicing.