Second Announcement of 2017 IGMA Workshop & TFM

- 2017 International GNSS Monitoring and Assessment Workshop

and Task Force Meeting
May 22, 2017, Shanghai, China

The 2017 International GNSS Monitoring and Assessment Workshop and Task Force Meeting will take place at the hotel-Holiday Inn Shanghai Hongqiao West which is near the National (Shanghai) Center for Exhibition and Convention on May 22, in conjunction with the 8th China Satellite Navigation Conference and exhibition during 23-25th May 2017 in Shanghai, China.

IGMA Workshop&TFM aims to provide a platform for communication to reinforce the cooperation in the field of monitoring and assessment of satellite navigation systems, exchange experience, discuss monitoring theoretical methods and results, to facilitate theory progress of monitoring and assessment of satellite navigation and promoting the future development of IGMA and IGMA-IGS joint project.

Topics

The following topics are identified for this workshop:

l   Methodology of GNSS monitoring and assessment

l   Reference for GNSS monitoring and assessment

l   Primary results of the IGMA-IGS trial project

l   Additional stages of the IGMA-IGS trial project

l   Future development of IGMA

l   Necessity and feasibility for GNSS signal quality monitoring within ICG

Formal language

The conference language will be English with simultaneous interpretation .

Important date

Abstracts are due now through April 30, 2017.

Registration will be available February 15 - April 30, 2017.

IGMA Workshop&TFM: May 22th, 2017

CSNC: May 23-25th, 2017

Sponsored by:

International GNSS Monitoring and Assessment Workgroup , International Committee on GNSS

Shanghai Astronomical Observatory, Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS)

China Satellite Navigation Conference (CSNC).

Youth Innovation Promotion Association, CAS

Venue and Accommodation

The detail of the venue,the recommended hotel and transportation is in the following document.

HOTEL Venue and Transportation.pdf

Correspondence

Shuli Song or Yang Yu,

Shanghai Astronomical Observatory (SHAO),

No.80 Nandan street, Shanghai, China

slsong@shao.ac.cn

yuyang@shao.ac.cn

Program

        Time: 9:00-12:30, 22 May 2017
        LocationJingheng-Hall, Holiday Inn Shanghai HongQiao West Session 1 Convener: Xurong Dong

Session 1                             Convener: Xurong Dong

Time

Contents

Speaker

9:00-9:05

Welcome Speech

Xurong Dong, Co-Chair of IGMA

9:05-9:10

Address

Chengqi Ran, CSNO

9:10-9:15

Address

Jun Tao, Shanghai Astronomical Observatory, CAS

9:15-9:30

China Contributions to  IGMA-IGS Joint Trial Project

Shuli Song, Shanghai Astronomical Observatory, CAS

9:30-9:45

US Development on the Joint ICG-IGS IGMA Trial Project

Andrew Hanson, Department of Transportation, US

 

9:45-10:00

 

GNSS Signals Monitoring Means Development

 

O.Denisenko, I.Silvestrov, A.Bolkunov, Russian Metrological Institute of Technical Physics and Radio Engineering

 

10:00-10:15

 

European Contributions to International IGMA-IGS Joint Trial Project

Peter Buist (GSA), Alvaro Mozo (GSA), Hillar Tork (EC), European GNSS Agency (GSA)

 

10:15-10:30

 

IGS Monitoring Activities

 

Urs Hugentobler, TUM

 

10:30-10:45

 

iGMAS Status

 

Hongliang Cai, CSNPC

10:45-11:00

Photo &Break

Session 2                          Convener: Satoshi Kogure

Time

Contents

Speaker

11:00-11:15

IGMA-IGS Joint Trial Project Parameter Algorithms

 

Xiaolin Jia, Xi'an Research Institute of Surveying and Mapping

11:15-11:30

Output Data Format Proposed by U.S DOT for the IGMA Trial Project

John Lavrakas, Advanced Research Corporation

11:30-11:45

DLR Contributions to the IGMA/IGS Joint Trial Project

 

Peter Steigenberger, Deutsches Zentrum fr Luft- und Raumfahrt

11:45-12:00

Monitoring and Assessment-Two Concepts in IGMA

Jianwen Li, Zhengzhou Institute of Surveying and Mapping

12:00-12:15

The BKG Ntrip Client C An Open Source Multi-System GNSS Software For Real-time Data Processing

Georg Weber, NTRIP/BKG

12:15-12:30

Necessity of GNSS Signal Quality Assessment of GNSS

Chengyan He, National Time Service Center, CAS

12:30-13:30

Lunch