NavSAS at the ITM 2019

 

As stated on the ITM website, ION’s winter meeting, the International Technical Meeting (ITM), is a more intimate conference with a technical program related to positioning, navigation and timing and includes the ION Fellows and Annual Awards presentations. In 2019, ITM will be co-located with the Precise Time and Time Interval Meeting, in Reston, USA, from January the 28th to the 31st.

The NavSAS delegation will participate in many sessions, presenting two papers. In particular, our senior researchers Beatrice Motella and Nicola Linty will co-chair two session on GNSS Spoofing Detection, Characterization and Mitigation and on Innovative Navigation Algorithms. Here the summary of NavSAS presentations/sessions:

Session B1b: GNSS Interference and Jamming Detection, Characterization and Mitigation
A Comparison of Optimized Mitigation Techniques for Swept-frequency Jammers: Wenjian Qin, Politecnico di Torino, Italy; Micaela Troglia Gamba, Emanuela Falletti, LINKS Foundation, Italy; Fabio Dovis, Politecnico di Torino, Italy
paper presented by Beatrice Motella

Session A4: GNSS Remote Sensing, Atmospheric Science and Space Applications
A Comparative Analysis of Polar and Equatorial Scintillation Effects on GPS L1 and L5 Tracking Loops: Caner Savas, Politecnico di Torino, Italy; Gianluca Falco, Istituto Superiore Mario Boella, Italy; Fabio Dovis, Politecnico di Torino, Italy
paper presented by Caner Savas

Session B2: GNSS Spoofing Detection, Characterization and Mitigation
session co-chaired by Beatrice Motella

Session B3b: Innovative Navigation Algorithms
session co-chaired by Nicola Linty

And here is the link of the conference program: https://www.ion.org/itm/program.cfm