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Incorporating the International Symposium on GPS/GNSS

IGNSS2011 ABN 50 493 173 615

15 – 17 November 2011 University of New South Wales Sydney NSW Australia

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IGNSS2011 IGNSS 2011 15-17 November 2011 INVITATION FROM THE PRESIDENT It is with great pleasure that I invite you to attend the IGNSS2011 symposium and exhibition, being held from 15 - 17 November at the University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia. GNSS is entering an exciting expansion period with new signals in space, new constellations and new augmentation systems, all happening over the next few years. In additional to four global systems, there are also plans for regional systems from India and Japan that will enable even more possibilities in the Asia Pacific Region. Therefore, it is also timely that this year the IGNSS conference, with its Australasian roots, is also being combined with a similar conference that is run by like-minded GNSS professionals from northern and eastern Asia. The combined symposium will provide a strong scientific program, enjoyable social functions and importantly an opportunity to meet with international colleagues to exchange and compare professional practices. IGNSS 2011 will feature keynote speakers, oral presentations, panel sessions, interactive poster sessions, an informative trade exhibition and interactive field day. GNSS specialists from the USA, Europe, Asia and Australasia will provide updates on established and emerging technologies. On behalf of the International Global Navigation Satellite Systems (IGNSS) Society and the organising committee, I look forward to welcoming you to IGNSS 2011. Matt Higgins President IGNSS Society Inc

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INVITATION FROM THE CHAIRMAN, IPC OF INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON GPS/GNSS On behalf of the International Program Committee of International Symposium on GPS/GNSS, I cordially invite you to attend 2011 International Symposium on GPS/ GNSS (ISGNSS). 2011 ISGNSS will be held at Sydney along with IGNSS conference. IPC members strongly believe that ISGNSS has provided an opportunity for GNSS community to exchange ideas and experiences since 1999. During past decade, GNSS community has seen lots of changes; new technology, convergence with communications, especially multiple constellations. In the expected multiple GNSS constellations, the interoperability or the interchangeability must be the most important thing to consider. The interoperability among various GNSS communities becomes certainly more and more important. The technical program and the social functions provided in ISGNSS combined with IGNSS surely will contribute to enhance the interoperability among GNSS communities. It is third time for ISGNSS to be held at Sydney. All IPC members want to express their sincere appreciation to the effort and time of Australian colleagues for preparing 2011 ISGNSS combined with IGNSS2011. I’m looking forward to seeing you at Sydney. Sang Jeong Lee Chairman IPC of International Symposium on GPS/GNSS


IGNSS TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE Matt Higgins Matt Higgins is Manager of Geodesy and Positioning in the Queensland Department of Environment and Resource Management. He is a Co-Chair of Working Group D of the United Nations mandated International Committee on GNSS. He was also a Vice President of the International Federation of Surveyors (FIG) from 2007 to 2010. Matt was elected President of the Australian based International GNSS Society in 2008, when GPS World magazine also named him among the 50+ global leaders to watch in GNSS business. Chris Rizos Chris Rizos is a graduate of The University of New South Wales (UNSW), Sydney, Australia; obtaining a Doctor of Philosophy in Satellite Geodesy in 1980. Chris is currently the Head of the School of Surveying & Spatial Information Systems at UNSW. Chris has been researching the technology and applications of GPS since 1985, and is currently the President of the International Association of Geodesy (IAG), a member of the Governing Board of the International GNSS Service, and a member of the IAG’s Global Geodetic Observing System Steering Committee. Chris is a Fellow of the IAG and of the Australian Institute of Navigation.

Rob Lorimer Rob Lorimer is Business Director for the CSIRO’s Wealth from Oceans National Research Flagship and sits on the Australian Governments Space Industry Innovation Council (Space Council). His career history includes CEO of Beeline Technology (now part of Hemisphere GPS), Managing Director of Trimble Asia Pacific and contributing editor to GPS World. Martin Nix Martin Nix has a Masters of Surveying (GIS), UNSW and is the CEO of Position Partners. After practising as a registered surveyor, he had management positions with Leica in Switzerland, USA and Australia over 25 years. He holds board positions including the School of Surveying UNSW and working group roles for ANZLIC’s NPI Policy and ASC’s GNSS Strategy.

IGNSS CONTACT INFORMATION Shannon Lockyer IGNSS Society Inc. PO Box 6026 MITCHELTON QLD 4053 AUSTRALIA Phone: +61 7 3355 6630 Fax: +61 7 3855 8756

Professor Andrew Dempster Professor Andrew Dempster is Director of the Australian Centre for Space Engineering Research (ACSER) at the University of New South Wales (UNSW). He is also Director of Research in the School of Surveying and Spatial Information Systems and Director of Postgraduate Research in the Faculty of Engineering. He was system engineer and project manager for the first GPS receiver developed in Australia in the late 80s and has been involved in satellite navigation ever since. His current research interests are in satellite navigation receiver design and signal processing, areas where he has six patents, and new location technologies. He is leading the development of space engineering research at ACSER.

Email: shannon@ignss.org

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IGNSS2011 IGNSS 2011 15-17 November 2011 VENUE The University of New South Wales is situated near the business hub of Sydney, providing easy access to a wide range of academic, cultural and social activities and is walking distance from some of the most famous beaches in the world. UNSW enjoys the reputation of being Australia’s leading international university as well as home to some of Australia’s leading research facilities. SSIS is the home of the Satellite Navigation & Positioning (SNAP) Lab, Australia’s premier academic GNSS R&D group.

TRADE EXHIBITION The symposium will feature a trade exhibition consisting of suppliers of goods and services to the industry. Further information regarding sponsorship and exhibition opportunities can be downloaded from the web at www.ignss.org or contact Shannon Lockyer on +61 7 3355 6630 or shannon@ignss.org.

FIELD DAY This is a great opportunity to see the latest products offered in Australia by leaders in the field of equipment, services and applications in positioning, navigation, location based services and more. Exhibitors will set up equipment for demonstrations at the University of UNSW where delegates can interact with exhibitors and equipment. The Field day will operate on Thursday afternoon 17 November.

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS Dr Rosalind Dubs, Chair, Space Industry Innovation Council Formerly Deputy Vice-Chancellor (External Relations), University of Technology Sydney, Dr Ros Dubs has wide-ranging commercial and international experience in both private and public sectors. As part of global electronics company Thales SA, she was the Paris-based Operations VP of its world-leading air traffic management business, Managing Director of its navaids business line in Stuttgart, Germany, and Director of Electronic Systems with ADI Limited. Dr Dubs’ earlier career included senior positions in CSIRO, the Australian National University, and Airservices Australia. She is also a non-executive director of Aristocrat Leisure Limited.

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Edgar Thielmann – Head of Galileo Department – EU satellite Navigation Programmes: Applications, Security and International Aspects Mr Edgar Thielmann is in charge since 1 April 2008 of the Galileo department dealing with EU satellite navigation programmes: Applications, Security and International Aspects. As of 2001 he was responsible for the Trans-European Networks policy. Previously he worked at the European Commission in various policy domains, including External Relations and Humanitarian Affairs. Prior to joining the Commission he was in charge of research policy issues in the Federal Ministry of Research in Germany. During several years he lectured at the university of Kassel and worked as a research associate. Edgar is a qualified solicitor. Brett Biddington – Chair of the Space Industry Association of Australia Brett Biddington is Chair of the Space Industry Association of Australia and a member of the Australian Government’s Space Industry Innovation Council. He serves on numerous other boards and executives with interests in space science and has been closely involved with the governance of Australian astronomy for the past six years. He has written two reports (2008, 2010) about Australia’s space future which have been published by the Kokoda Foundation (www.kokodafoundation.org) which is a Canberra-based ‘think tank’. He owns a small consulting company - Biddington Research Pty Ltd – which specialises in space and cyber security matters. Between 2002 and 2009 Brett was a member of Cisco Systems’ global space team which is devising and implementing standards based merged space/ground networks as a vector to the creation of new markets. Before joining Cisco Brett served in the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) for nearly 23 years. He was an intelligence and security specialist and also worked in capabiity development where he sponsored numerous classified and unclassified space, intelligence, and command and control projects. Sergey Karutin Sergey Karutin is the deputy head of the division in Russian Space Systems and is an Assistant Professor in Bauman Moscow State Technical University. Sergey has been working in the GLONASS team since 1998 and developing GNSS augmentations – Russian SBAS System for Differential Corrections and Monitoring and ground DGNSS networks. He received a Ph.D in 2004. He has about 35 papers in the GNSS field.


Satoshi Kogure Satoshi Kogure is an associate senior engineer of Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA). He received an MS in aeronautical engineering from Nagoya University in 1993 and an MS in aerospace engineering from University of Colorado at Boulder in 2001. He started his career at satellite operation division in National Space Development Agency (NASDA), former JAXA in 1993. He has been working for satellite positioning system as a satellite systems engineer since 2001. He is a member of Japan Society for Aeronautical and Space Science as well as U.S. Institute of Navigation. Michele Clement – Manager Space Policy Unit Michele Clement is the Manager of the Space Policy Unit in the Department of Innovation, Industry, Science and Research. The Space Policy Unit co-ordinates Australia’s national and international space activities, delivers the Australian Space Research program and is developing a national space policy for Australia. Michele has worked for the Department of Innovation, Industry, Science and Research since 2003 undertaking both program delivery and policy roles. Prior to joining the Space Policy Unit, in July 2009, Michele managed the Department’s budget process involving the securing of federal funding for a number of new programs and initiatives.

Travis Horton - Senior Lecturer , Department of Geological Sciences, University of Canterbury, NZ Sponsored by Australian Centre for Space Engineering Research (ACSER) Travis Horton is a Senior Lecturer of Environmental Geochemistry in the Department of Geological Sciences at the University of Canterbury (Christchurch, New Zealand). Since moving to New Zealand 4 years ago, Travis has researched the navigational and orientational capacities of long-distance migratory animals, including humpback whales, great white sharks, Arctic terns, and leatherback turtles. This research is highly collaborative and spans traditional disciplinary boundaries, involving various aspects of conservation biology, behavioural ecology, oceanography, geophysics, astronomy, biogeography, non-parametric statistics, software development, and animal tracking technology. Travis is a classically trained stable isotope biogeochemist, and looks forward to adding a chemical dimension to his migration research in the years ahead. Travis holds a Ph.D. from Stanford University in Geological and Environmental Science, and a M.Sc. and B.A. From Dartmouth College in Environmental Earth Science.

Michele has a background in banking and finance, particularly investment in small technology and biotechnology businesses. Michele holds a Masters in Business Administration. Sharafat Gadimova – Programme Officer, United Nations Office At Vienna Sharafat Gadimova received a diploma in information technology from the Azerbaijan State Oil Academy and a Master’s Degree of Engineering in remote sensing and GIS from the Asian Institute of Technology. Previously, she worked for the Azerbaijan National Aerospace Agency and the Institute of Oceanology, Russian Federation as a researcher. Since 2004, she has been with the United Nations. She is involved in the organization of the UN activities related to GNSS, particularly the development of the International Committee on Global Navigation Satellite Systems (ICG) and the activities of the UN-affiliated Regional Centres for Space Science and Technology Education.

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IGNSS2011 IGNSS 2011 15-17 November 2011 IGNSS 2011 PRELIMINARY PROGRAM Monday 14 November 2011 18.30-19.30 Pre Conference Session: Law Theatre G04, Law Building, UNSW Kensington Campus The Migration Matrix: Marine Vertebrate Navigation in Magnetic Coordinate Space Dr Travis Horton, Senior Lecturer of Environmental Geochemistry, Department of Geological Sciences, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, NEW ZEALAND. Sponsored by Australian Centre for Space Engineering Research (ACSER)

Tuesday 15 November 2011 09:00-10:15 Session 1: Plenary Session 09:00-09:15 Official Welcome – Mr Matt Higgins, President, IGNSS Society (Inc ESNC & Awards presentations) 09:15-09:45 United Nations Programme on Global Navigation Satellite Systems Ms Sharafat Gadimova, United Nations Office, Vienna, AUSTRIA 09:45-10:15 Status of the European GNSS Programmes: Galileo and EGNOS Mr Edgar M Thielmann, European Commission, Brussels, BELGIUM 10:15-10:45 Morning Tea and Trade Exhibition 10:45-12:15 Session 2: Plenary Session 10:45-11:15 Cornerstones of a Vibrant Australian Space Industry Dr Rosalind Dubs, Chair, Space Industry Innnovation Council, Department of Innovation, Industry, Science and Research, Canberra, AUSTRALIA 11:15-11:45 Australia’s National Space Policy Mrs Michele Clement, Manager, Space Policy Unit, Department Of Innovation Industry Science & Research, Canberra, AUSTRALIA 11:45-12:15 Panel Session: Does Australia need a Space Agency? Dr Rosalind Dubs, Mrs Michele Clement, Mr Rob Lorimer – Facilitated by Mr Brett Biddington, Chair, Space Industry Association of Australia, Canberra, AUSTRALIA 12:15-13:15 Lunch, Trade Exhibition and Poster Presentations 13:15-14:55

Session 3A: Geodesy Infrastructure

Session 3B: Ionosphere/Troposphere

Session 3C: Weak Signals/AGNSS

Session 3D: Attitude/Formation Flying

13:15-13:35 National Positioning Infrastructure Delivering Compatible Positioning Services from GNSS Reference Station Networks Mr Grant Hausler, Cooperative Research Centre For Spatial Information, Melbourne, AUSTRALIA

Analyzing Zenith Path Delay in Dynamically Changing Environment

Efficient Implementation of Collective Detection

Carrier Phase Integer Ambiguity Resolution for GNSS-based Attitude Determination

Mr Mukesh Vyas, The University of New South Wales, Sydney, AUSTRALIA

Mr Joon Wayn Cheong, The University of New South Wales, Sydney, AUSTRALIA

Mr Chen-Yin, Wang, National Central University, Taiwan, CHINA

13:35-13:55 AUSPOS2: An Update to Geoscience Australia’s Online GPS Positioning Service

Consideration of RTZD Estimated from Ground Reference Stations for GNSS Application

Hybrid of Collective Detection with Conventional Detection for Weak Signal Acquisition

Prof Joz Wu, National Central University, Taoyuan, TAIWAN

Mr Joon Wayn Cheong, The University of New South Wales, Sydney, AUSTRALIA

Simulation Platform for Relative Navigation using GPS Carrier Phase Measurements for Satellite Formation Flying Missions Mr Rui Li, The University of New South Wales, Sydney, AUSTRALIA

Performance Evaluation of Single Frequency based Ionosphere Field Monitor for GBAS

Sensitivity Analysis of Assisted-Galileo Carrier Phase Differential GPS Receiver with E1 OS Signal Relative Navigation Filter Design for the CanX-4/-5 Nanosatellite Formation Flying Mission Mr Jeong-Min Lim, Chungnam Mr Niels Roth, University of Toronto National University, Daejeon, Institute for Aerospace Studies, SOUTH KOREA Toronto, CANADA

Dr. Minghai Jia, Geoscience Australia, Canberra, AUSTRALIA 13:55-14:15 An Infrastructure Approach to Determining the “Fitness for use” of GNSS Measurements for Land-Based Applications Mr Peter Ramm, The University of Melbourne, Melbourne, AUSTRALIA

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Dr Seigo Fujita, Electronic Navigation Research Institute, Shiga, JAPAN


14:15-14:35 GNSS Modernisation and Implications for Geodesy and Precision Users Prof Chris Rizos, The University of New South Wales, Sydney, AUSTRALIA

Recent Developments in Regional Ionospheric Modelling and Monitoring for GNSS Applications Dr Zahra Bouya, IPS Radio and Space Services, Sydney, AUSTRALIA

How good is Assisted GPS?

The CanX-4 and CanX-5 Formation Flying Mission: Navigation and Control Challenges on Nanosatellites Dr Binghao Li, The University of Mr Cordell Grant, University Of New South Wales, Sydney, AUSTRALIA Toronto Institute For Aerospace Studies, Toronto, CANADA

14:35-14:55 The Australian Space Research Program Project - Platform Technologies for Space Atmosphere and Climate Dr Kefei Zhang, RMIT University, Melbourne, AUSTRALIA

Validation of Ground-Based GPS Precipitable Water Vapour for 4D Tropospheric Tomography - A Case Study in Australia Mr Toby Manning, SPACE Research Centre, RMIT University, Melbourne, AUSTRALIA

Proposing a Multi-GNSS Assisted GNSS Design and Analysis of Satellite (Global Navigation Satellite System), Orbits for the Garada Mission Concept and Performance Mr Ali Sarwar & Dr Eamonn Glennon, The University of New South Wales, Sydney, AUSTRALIA

Dr Li Qiao, The University of New South Wales, Sydney, AUSTRALIA

14:55-15:25 Afternoon Tea and Trade Exhibition 15:25-17:05

Session 4A: Datums & Geodesy

Session 4B: Other Location Systems

Session 4C: GNSS Signal Simulation Session 4D: Indoor Positioning

Visual Odometry and Inertial-SLAM Integration for Large Scale Navigation

A Flexible GNSS Signal Generation and Receiver Characterization Platform

Dr Jonghyuk Kim, Australian National University, Canberra, AUSTRALIA

Mr Kevin Parkinson & Dr Nagaraj Shivaramaiah, The University of New South Wales, Sydney, AUSTRALIA

15:45-16:05 Enhancement of the Asia Pacific Reference Frame (APREF) Through Accurate Metadata Maintenance and Time Series Offset Detection Mr Manoj Deo, Geoscience Australia, Canberra, AUSTRALIA

Performance of Mobile WiMAX Geo-location Using Simplified Multipath Mitigation Method in Dense Multipath Environment Mr Ji-Won Park, Chungnam National University, Daejeon, SOUTH KOREA

Decision of a Time-efficient Software-based GPS Signal Simulator

16:05-16:25 ITRF Transformations in Deforming Zones to Support CORS-NRTK Applications Mr Richard Stanaway & Dr Craig Roberts, The University of New South Wales, Sydney, AUSTRALIA

A Relative Navigation Scheme Using the AIS Datalink

Design of a GPS L1 C/A Signal Generator using a Multi-core Processor Mr Sung Lyong Cho, Chungnam National University, Daejeon, SOUTH KOREA

16:25-16:45 Establishing a Horizontal Velocity Model of Taiwan Using GPS Observations and the Least-Squares Collocation Technique Mr Ching-Jung Hung, National Cheng Kung University, Tainan, TAIWAN & Prof Ming Yang, National Cheng Kung University, Tainan, TAIWAN

An DOP Relationship Between TOA and Development of MF-TDMA Based TDOA Navigations Without Clock Bias Satellite Network System Simulation Model

Indoor Positioning Based on FM Signals and Wi-Fi Signals

Mr Jae Young Ko, Chungnam National Mr Sung-Hyung Lee, Ajou University, Daejeon, SOUTH KOREA University, Gyuoonggi-Do, KOREA

Ms Vahideh Moghtadaiee, The University of New South Wales, Sydney, AUSTRALIA

16:45-17:05 A Combination of Ellipsoidal Height from Satellite Method and Orthometric Height from Geodetic Levelling for Geoid Modelling Mr Kamorudeen Aleem, Yanbu Industrial College, Yanbu, SAUDI ARABIA

Locata: Implications of a New High Accuracy Positioning System

Feasibility Study of Seamless Positioning System Utilizing QZSS IMES

Prof Chris Rizos, The University of New South Wales, Sydney, AUSTRALIA

Mr Yutaka Yamada, Tokyo University, Tokyo, JAPAN

15:25-15:45 The Many Paths to Enlightenment: A Comparison of Transformations Between GDA94 and ITRF Dr Volker Janssen, NSW Land and Property Information, Bathurst, AUSTRALIA

Mr Young Hoon Han, Chungnam National University, Daejeon, SOUTH KOREA

Mr Soon Lim, Korea Astronomy and Space Science Institute, Daejeon, SOUTH KOREA

Real-time Indoor Positioning with a Single IMES Transmitter and a Rotation-type Doppler Measurement Unit Mr Yoshihiro Sakamoto, Waseda University, Tokyo, JAPAN

Preliminary Study on Multi-Station GPS RTK Positioning to Support Emergency Service Operations in Indoor Areas Dr Binghao Li, The University of New South Wales, Sydney, AUSTRALIA An Enhanced Ranging Scheme Using Adaptive Log Model Based on IEEE 802.11 RSSI Measurements Mr A Sol Kim, Kyungpook National University, Daegu, KOREA

17:15-19:15 Welcome Reception in the Trade Area

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IGNSS2011 IGNSS 2011 15-17 November 2011 Wednesday 16 November 2011 09:00-10:40

Session 5: Plenary Session

09:00-09:25 System Representative from GPS (USA) - Invited 09:25-09:50 GLONASS Evolution Dr Sergey Karutin, Russian Space Systems, Moscow, RUSSIA 09:50-10:15 System Representative from COMPASS (China) - Invited 10:15-10:40 The Demonstration Result for the First Satellite of the Quasi Zenith Satellite System, Michibiki Mr Satoshi Kogure, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency. Ibaraki, JAPAN

10:40-11:20 Morning Tea and Trade Exhibition 11:20-12:40

Session 6A: CORS - Heights

Session 6B: GPS/Other Sensor Integration (1)

Session 6C: QZSS

Session 6D: Pedestrian Navigation

11:20-11:40 Evaluating the Impact of a Temporary Reference Station for Achieving Improved Height Determination by Network RTK Mr Eldar Rubinov, The University of Melbourne, Melbourne AUSTRALIA & Mr Grant Hausler, Co-operative Research Centre for Spatial Information, Melbourne AUSTRALIA

Design and Implement of a MEMS-based Attitude Reference System and its Integration with GPS

An Efficient Signal Quality Test of RTK-GNSS Based on Carrier to Noise Ratio

An Ionospheric Delay Model for Pedestrian Navigation in East Asia Pacific Islands

Assoc Prof Rongbing Li, Nanjing Dr Nobuaki Kubo, Tokyo University University Of Aeronautics And of Marine Science and Technology, Astronautics, Jiangsu Province, CHINA Tokyo, JAPAN

Mr An-Lin Tao, National Cheng Kung University, Tainan, TAIWAN

11:40-12:00 Maximum CORS Baseline Lengths for Accurate GNSS Heighting in Australia Mr Gavin Docherty, The University of New South Wales, Sydney, AUSTRALIA

Test Results of a Wireless Sensor Networks Assisted Global Navigation Satellite System (WSN-AGNSS) Mr Ali Sarwar & Dr Eamonn Glennon, The University Of New South Wales, Sydney, AUSTRALIA

Effect of L1-SAIF Augmentation in GPS Positioning

Improving Metropolitan Mobility for the Blind and Vision Impaired

Mr Xing Bo, Tokyo University of Marine Science & Technology, Tokyo, JAPAN

Mr Thomas Gallagher, The University of New South Wales, Sydney, AUTRALIA

12:00-12:20 AHD Coordination of CORS Sites Using GNSS

Design of an Integrated eLoran/GNSS Navigation Algorithm

Evaluation of Positioning Accuracy of High Performance GNSS Augmented GNSS with QZSS Augmentation Pedestrian Navigation in Signal Degraded Environments Dr Yong Li, The University of New Dr Jared Bancroft, University of South Wales, Sydney, AUSTRALIA Calgary, Calgary, CANADA

Mr Simon Fuller, Thinkspatial, Mr Se Phil Song, Chungnum National Melbourne, AUSTRALIA & Ms Jacqueline University, Daejeon, SOUTH KOREA LeLievre, Department of Sustainability and Environment, Melbourne, AUSTRALIA 12:20-12:40

Image-Based Positioning with the Use of Geo-referenced SIFT Features

Ms Xun Li & Prof Jinling Wang, The University of New South Wales, Sydney, AUSTRALIA

QZSS Research at UNSW

Implementation and Performance Analysis of GPS RTK/MEMS IMU Integration System for Urban Area Navigation Dr Eamonn Glennon, The University Mr Jong-Hwa Song, Konkuk of New South Wales, Sydney, University, Seoul, SOUTH KOREA AUSTRALIA

12:40-13:40 Lunch, Trade Exhibition and Poster Presentations 13:40-1500

Session 7A: CORS – Deployment & Use

Session 7B: GPS/Other Sensor Integration (2)

Session 7C: Software Receivers

Session 7D: Vehicle Positioning

13:40-14:00 CORSnet-NSW: Deploying a CORS Network in a Corporate IT Environment Mr Thomas Yan, NSW Land and Property Management Authority, Sydney, AUSTRALIA

Optimizing Pseudolites Structure for GPS/PLs Relative Positioning

Development of a GNSS Software Receiver Platform

GNSS Uptake in Agriculture Applications and Barriers

Dr Binghao Li, The University Of New South Wales, Sydney, AUSTRALIA &

Dr Jinghui Wu & Dr Nagaraj Dr Don Yule, CTF Solutions, Shivaramaiah, The University of New Brisbane, AUSTRALIA South Wales, Sydney, AUSTRALIA

14:00-14:20 On CORS Site Stability Monitoring

Study on the Availability of Vector Tracking Loop in Outdoor Field for GPS and Pseudolite System

The Witch Navigator – A Software GNSS Receiver for Education and Research

Dr Guorong Hu, Geoscience Australia, Mr Sanghoon Jeon, Seoul National Canberra, AUSTRALIA University, Seoul, SOUTH KOREA 14:20-14:40 Network-based RTK Positioning Using Integrated GPS and GLONASS Observations Dr Shaocheng Zhang & Dr Kefei Zhang, RMIT University, Melbourne, AUSTRALIA

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Comparing the Mathematical Models for GPS & GLONASS Integration

Studies of Effects of Wireless Communication on GNSS Positioning Performance in High-mobility Vehicle Environment Dr Pavel Kovar & Prof Frantisek Mr Ming Qu, Queensland University Vejrazka, Czech Technical University, of Technology, Brisbane, AUSTRALIA Prague, CZECH REPUBLIC

Design of a Correlator using GPU for Real-time GNSS SDRs

Mr Tao Li, The University of New South Mr Sang Wook Hwang, Chungnam Wales, Sydney, AUSTRALIA National University, Daejeon, SOUTH KOREA

A Particle Filter Based State Estimation of Semitrailer Vehicle for Jackknifing Prevention Ms Hee Won Kang, Korea Aerospace Research Institute, Daejeon, SOUTH KOREA


14:40-15:00 Latest Advancements in Network RTK Positioning

Dr Nick Talbot, Trimble Navigation, Melbourne, AUSTRALIA

Preciser Positioning and Timing with the Measured Time Offset

High-Precision GPU (Graphic Processing Unit)-Based SoftwareDefined Real-time GNSS Signal Monitoring Receiver Mr Nathan Knight, The University of Mr Sung-Hyuck Im, Konkuk New South Wales, Sydney, AUSTRALIA University, Seoul, SOUTH KOREA

Inertial-Aided Visual Odometry for Automotive Applications

Mr Rocco Zito, University of South Australia, Adelaide, AUSTRALIA

15.00-15:30 Afternoon Tea and Trade Exhibition 15:30-17:10

Session 8A: CORS - Regional to Global

15:30-15:50 Research on the Stability of GPS Reference Stations in Tianjin CORS Ms Ying Xu, Wuhan University, Hubei, CHINA 15:50-16:10 Assessment of Network RTK Performance using CORSnet-NSW

Dr Volker Janssen, NSW Land and Property Information, Bathurst, AUSTRALIA

Session 8B: GPS/Inertial Integration

Session 8C: Namuru & FPGA Receivers

Session 8D: Cooperative Vehicle Positioning

Enhanced RTK-GPS with IMU and Vehicle Sensors in Urban Environment

Namuru V3.X; the Next Generation of FPGA-Based GNSS Research Receivers Mr Peter Mumford, The University of New South Wales, Sydney, AUSTRALIA

A Cooperative Positioning Method for VANETs using DSRC Carrier Frequency Offset Mr Nima Alam, The University of New South Wales, Sydney, AUSTRALIA

Mr Dihan Chen & Dr Nobuaki Kubo, Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology, Tokyo, JAPAN A Novel Design for the Ultra-tightly Coupled GPS/INS Navigation Systems

Prof Dah-Jing Jwo, National Taiwan Ocean University, Keelung, TAIWAN

Aquarius Firmware for UNSW Namuru Evaluation of a Cooperative GPS Receivers Positioning Algorithm by Tight GPS/ DSRC Integration for Vehicular Networks Dr Eamonn Glennon, The University Dr Allison Kealy, The University of of New South Wales, Sydney, Melbourne, Melbourne, AUSTRALIA AUSTRALIA

16:10-16:30 An Overview on RTK Network of Turkish Republic (TUSAGA-Aktif) Dr Cetin Mekik, Zonguidak Karaelmas University, Zonguldak, TURKEY

Analysis of Outlier Separability in Integrated GPS/INS Systems Mr Ali Almagbile, The University Of New South Wales, Sydney, AUSTRALIA

16:30-16:50 AllDayRTK – A National CORS Network for Australia

A Regularized Robust Filter for Baseband Hardware Design for Satellite Attitude Determination System Space-grade Multi-GNSS Receivers with Relative Installation Error of Sensor Tracker

Mr Gavin Docherty, The University of New South Wales, Sydney, AUSTRALIA

A Low Cost Namuru V3 receiver for Spacecraft Operation Mr Kevin Parkinson & Mr Peter Mumford, The University of New South Wales, Sydney, AUSTRALIA

Performance Boundaries for Cooperative Positioning in VANETs Mr Nima Alam, The University of New South Wales, Sydney, AUSTRALIA Next Generation Vehicle Positioning Systems Integrated with Wireless Communications to Address Cooperative ITS Challenges in Australia Prof Yanming Feng, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, AUSTRALIA

Dr Jiongqi & Prof Haiyin Zhou, National University of Defense Technology, Changsha, CHINA

Dr Nagaraj Shivaramaiah, The University of New South Wales, Sydney, AUSTRALIA

Influence of Maneuvers on the Observability of INS/GPS Initial Alignment Prof Xiaosu Xu, Southest University, Nanjing, CHINA

FPGA Implementation of a GBAS Prototype Receiver for Integrity Monitoring Test-bed Mr Chien-Ho Chen, National Cheng Kung University, Tainan, TAIWAN

A Filtering Method for Improving the precision of Cooperative Positioning in VANETs Mr Nima Alam, The University of New South Wales, Sydney, AUSTRALIA

Session 9B: Multipath & Reflectometry

Session 9C: Interference 1

Session 9D: Other Applications

09:00-09:20 GNSS Carrier Phase Ambiguity Resolution Aided by Float Transformation Mr Yan Zen Chen, National Central University, Taoyuan, TAIWAN

GPS Bistatic Radar for Target Detection and Estimation using Antenna Arrays Mr Matthew Trinkle, The Adelaide University, Adelaide, AUSTRALIA

Interference Localisation within the GNSS Environmental Monitoring System (GEMS) Dr Ediz Cetin, The University of New South Wales, Sydney, AUSTRALIA

Development of A Tsunami Monitoring System using GPS Buoy

09:20-09:40 GNSS Ambiguity Resolution: Which Subset to Fix?

A Gain/Phase and Mutual Coupling Calibration Algorithm for GPS Antenna Array in the Presence of Multipath Mr Matthew Trinkle, The Adelaide University, Adelaide, AUSTRALIA

A Compressive Sampling Approach to Narrowband Interference Elimination for GNSS Dr Chung-Liang Chang, National Pingtung University of Science and Technology, Pingtung County, TAIWAN

Study on Precise Positioning for Maritime Transportation Safety

16:50-17:10 The Practicalities of Running CORS Based Services – a SmartNet Perspective Mr Aaron Jordan, SmartNet Aus, Brisbane, AUSTRALIA

17:10-20:00 Networking BBQ (Proudly sponsored by NovAtel Inc)

Thursday 17 November 2011 09:00-10:40

Session 9A: Ambiguity Resolution

Dr Peter Teunissen, Curtin University of Technology, Perth, AUSTRALIA

Prof Yukihiro Terada, Kochi National College of Technology, Kochi, JAPAN

Mr Deuk Jae Cho, Korea Ocean Research & Development Institute, Yuseong-Gu, KOREA

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IGNSS2011 IGNSS 2011 15-17 November 2011 09:40-10:00 Reliability of Partial Ambiguity Resolution with Multi-GNSS Constellations Prof Yanming Feng, Queensland University Of Technology, Brisbane, AUSTRALIA

Assessment of Multipath Mitigation with Vector Tracking Loop

10:00-10:20 Cycle Slip Detection Algorithm by Integrating Vehicle and Inertial Sensors for Land Vehicle Users

Analysis of the Multipath Effect on Influence of GPS Satellites CrossCarrier Smoothed Code Measurements Correlation on the TDOA Measurements within the GNSS Environmental Monitoring System (GEMS) Mr Heon Ho Choi, Chungnam National Mr Ryan Thompson, The University University, Daejeon, SOUTH KOREA Of New South Wales, Sydney, AUSTRALIA

The Principle of Determining the Geopotential Difference Between Two Points on Ground Using GNSS Signals

Sea Surface Roughness Estimation Interference Angle of Arrival Using Signals for Multiple GPS Satellites Estimation within the GNSS Environmental Monitoring System (GEMS) using Antenna Arrays Dr Kegen Yu, The University of New Mr Matthew Trinkle, The Adelaide South Wales, Sydney, AUSTRALIA University, Adelaide, AUSTRALIA AUSTRALIA

A Comparative Analysis of Displacement Detection Methods Using Locata

Session 10B: Chinese Satnav Systems

Session 10C: Interference 2/ Antennas

Session 10D: UAV’s

Research on BEIDOU and Modernized GNSS Multi-constellation Integrated Navigation Assoc Prof Qinghua Zeng, Navigation Research Centre, Jiangsu CHINA

Bit Error Rate Performance of SFH-Modulation Scheme System under Jamming Mr Kwang-Chun Go, Ajou University, Yeoungtong-Gu, SOUTH KOREA

Multi-Sensor Data Fusion for Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems

The Transmitting Satellite Navigation System Based on Communication Satellites Dr Lihua Ma, National Astronomical Observatories of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, CHINA

GAJT - The First “Off The Shelf” Single Development of an Unmanned Aerial Unit GPS Anti-Jam Antenna Vehicle Platform for Testing Positioning Technology Mr Rod MacLeod, NovAtel Inc, Mr Jiawei Xie, The University Sydney, AUSTRALIA Of New South Wales, Sydney, AUSTRALIA

Ms Younsil Kim, Seoul National University, Seoul, SOUTH KOREA 10:20-10:40

Mr Li-Ta Hsu, National Cheng Kung University, Tainan, TAIWAN

Detection and Jammer-to-Noise Ratio Estimation of Interferers Using the Automatic Gain Control Mr Ryan Thompson, The University Of New South Wales, Sydney, AUSTRALIA

Performance Analysis of Carrier Smoothed DGPS for Swarm Robots Ms Hyun-Ja Im, Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute, KOREA

Prof WenBin Shen, Wuhan University, Wuhan, CHINA

Mr Mazher Choudhury, The University of New South Wales, Sydney, AUSTRALIA

10:40-11:10 Morning Tea and Trade Exhibition 11:10-12:50

Session 10A: PPP & Carrier Phase

11:10-11:30 Precise Point Positioning – Where are we now? Mr Thomas Grinter, NSW Land & Property Information, Bathurst, AUSTRALIA 11:30-11:50 An Accurate Single Point Positioning Method with Prediction Mode for LEO Satellites Ms Yuanyuan Jiao & Dr Jiongqi Wang, National University of Defense Technology, Changsha, CHINA 11:50-12:10 Outlier Detection Performance in Precise Point Positioning

Experimental Evaluation of Fast Beidou Orientation Ambiguity Resolution using the Lengthening Baseline Method Mr Changhui Xu & Prof Jinling Wang, Assoc Prof Liangqing Lu, National The University of New South Wales, University Of Defense Technology, Sydney, AUSTRALIA Changsha, CHINA

Effect of Evil Waveforms on GPS Measurement and C/N0 Estimates in a GPS Receiver Ms Mi Hyun Jin, Chungnam National University, Daejeon, SOUTH KOREA

12:10-12:30 Carrier Phase Based Positioning Algorithms Applied by Gaussian Sum Filters Assoc Prof Yukihiro Kubo, Ritsumeikan University, Kusatsu, JAPAN

Improving GNSS Antennas Using Electromagnetic Band Gap Structures Mr Kevin Parkinson & Dr Eamonn Glennon, The University Of New South Wales, Sydney, AUSTRALIA

12:30-12:50 A Study on Cycle Slip Detection and Correction in Case of Ionospheric Scintillation Dr Wu Chen, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong, CHINA

Performance Evaluation of Array Antenna Processing with PM Algorithm for GNSS Receivers Mr Yun Sub Choi, Chungnam National University, Daejeon, SOUTH KOREA

Mr Claus-Sebastian Wilkens, Institute of Aerospace Systems, Braunschweig, GERMANY

Use of GPS/INS Observations for Efficient Matching of UAV Images Ms Juan Shi, The University of New South Wales, Sydney, AUSTRALIA

12:50-13:50 Lunch 12:50-16:30 Field Day Demonstrations 13:50-15:30

Session 11A: Robust CP Positioning

13:50-14:10 Reliability Analysis of Robust Estimation for Use GNSS Positioning,

Ms Ling Yang, The University of New South Wales, Sydney, AUSTRALIA

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Session 11B: Occultation/ Space Weather

Session 11C: Mixed Stream/ Late Papers

Radio Occultation Study Using 3-D Numerical Ray Tracing

A Low-Cost Pedestrian Navigation The Airborne Science Initiative LiDAR System Including In-Flight Parameter Beach Survey; Development and Correction in a Signal Degraded Results Environment Ms Younsil Kim, Seoul National Mr Peter Mumford, The University Of University, Seoul, SOUTH KOREA New South Wales, Sydney, AUSTRALIA

Dr Robert Norman, RMIT University, Melbourne, AUSTRALIA

Session 11D: Airborne Applications


14:10-14:30 A-RAIM vs. R-RAIM: A Comparative Study Miss Yiping Jiang, The University of New South Wales, Sydney, AUSTRALIA 14:30-14:50 Effects of Different Reference Receiver Setups on IMT Performance

Mr Hui-Chieh Hsu, National Cheng Kung University, Tainan City, TAIWAN 14:50-15:10 Performance Improvement of RTK By Using Variable-Mask Strategy Dr Hideki Yamada, Electronic Navigation Research Institute, Tokyo, JAPAN 15:10-15:30 INS Aided Integrated Ambiguity Resolution for Robust Precise Positioning under the Week signal Environment Ms Sul Gee Park, Korea Ocean Research& Development Institute, Daejeon, SOUTH KOREA

Constellation Design and Antenna Array Processing for GNSS Radio Occultation Mission Dr Yung-Fu Tsai & Prof Jyh-Ching Juang, National Cheng Kung University, Tainan, TAIWAN

A Study on Long-Term Predicted Ephemeris for GPS Satellite

The Application of Radio Occultation for Climate and Weather Monitoring and Numerical Weather Prediction in Australian Region Prof John Le Marshall, Bureau of Metereology, Melbourne, AUSTRALIA

Correlation of Land Surface Temperature and Vegetation Density Classified from Satellite Images Ms Nang Mya Mya Nwe, Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology

Validation of Interacting Multiple Model Estimator in Radar Tracking System

Space Weather Effects on the GPS Scintillation Levels Received From Radio Occultations Dr Brett Carter, RMIT University, Melbourne, AUSTRALIA

Global Tropopause Derived from COSMIC for Climate Study

Evaluation of APNT using ADS-B Radio

Ms Ying Li, RMIT University, Melbourne, AUSTRALIA

Mr Hou-Jen Chen, National Cheng Kung University, Tainan, TAIWAN

Investigation of Atmospheric Parameters in the Australian Region Using GPS Radio Occultation Technology Dr Chuan-Sheng Wang, RMIT University, Melbourne, AUSTRALIA

GPS/MEMS IMU Integration System Design for Car Black Box

Ms Cen Xiao & Prof Akio Yasuda, Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology, Tokyo, JAPAN

Optimization-based In-flight Alignment for Airborne INS/GPS Navigation Assoc Prof Yuanxin Wu & Dr Xianfei Pan, National University of Defense Technology, Changsha, CHINA

Mr Yu-Chun Kao, National Cheng Kung University, Tainan, TAIWAN

Mr Moon Suk Koo, Chungnam National University, Daejeon, SOUTH KOREA

15:30-16:30 Close of Educational Sessions – Closing Drinks

Interactive Poster Presentations A New Velocity Field from a Dense GPS Array in Southeastern Taiwan Dr Horng-Yue Chen, Institute Of Earth Sciences, Academia Sinica, Taipei, TAIWAN Applications of Indoor Locating Technique Based on Various Types of RFID Dr Chia-Chyang Chang, Ching-Yun University, Taoyuan, TAIWAN Acquisition Complexity Reduction by Multi-stage Partial Cross-Correlation Technique for GPS Receiver Mr Jae-Kil Kim, Chungnam National University, Daejeon, SOUTH KOREA Dynamic Modelling for MEMS-IMU/Magnetometer Integrated Attitude and Heading Reference System Mr Wei Li & Prof Jinling Wang, The University of New South Wales, Sydney, AUSTRALIA Impact of the Raw Modeling on the Precision GPS Orbit Determination Prof Tae-Suk Bae & Ms Su-Kyung Kim, Sejong University, Seoul, SOUTH KOREA Determination of Sudden Crustal Deformation by Earthquake Ms Su-Hyung Kim & Prof Tae-Suk Bae, Sejong University, Seoul, SOUTH KOREA The RAIM Based Airborne Ionosphere Anomaly Monitoring Algorithm Using the Differential Hatch Filters Mr Jun Min Joo, Korea Aerospace Research Institute, Daejeon, SOUTH KOREA Enhanced Time Transfer of Loran-C by Temperature Compensation Dr Chang-Bok Lee, Korea Research Institute Of Standards And Science, Daejeon, SOUTH KOREA A TDOA Based BLUE Estimator for a 3-D Localization Dr Young Kyu Lee, Korea Research Institute of Standards and Science, Daejeon, SOUTH KOREA An Investigation of Multipath Mitigation Techniques for CORS Stations - A Case Study in Victoria Dr Kefei Zhang, RMIT University, Melbourne, AUSTRALIA NOTE: This is a Preliminary Program only. The IGNSS Society reserves the right to change any part of this program prior to the symposium.

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www.ignss.org REGISTRATION FEES AND PAYMENT To attend the symposium, please complete the registration form and return it to the IGNSS Society. Each delegate should fill in a separate form. This form may be photocopied or downloaded from the IGNSS website at www.ignss.org. Please read the registration brochure carefully before completing the form. Forms will be accepted by post, email or fax. PLEASE NOTE: The delegate understands and agrees that to qualify for early bird, both registration form AND PAYMENT must be received by 5pm on 9 September 2011. If payment is not received by this date, the delegate agrees to pay the difference between early bird and standard registration fee. IGNSS Society Members are entitled to the discounted registration fee listed below. No shared registrations are permitted. Early Bird (By 9 September 2011)

Standard (After 9 September 2011)

Full Registration Member

$845.00

$945.00

Full Registration Non Member

$945.00

$1045.00

Day Registration

$395.00

$495.00

Student Registration*

$445.00

$495.00

*A copy of your full-time student/concession card must accompany your registration to receive this discounted rate. Full Symposium and Student Registrations include: Attendance to all Symposium Sessions Attendance at the Trade Exhibition Morning/afternoon tea and lunch on all symposium days. Attendance at the Welcome Reception Attendance at the Aussie BBQ Symposium Handbook Symposium Satchel Delegate list (list will include delegate name and organisation only and will not include those delegates who elect not to be included on the list). Please tick the appropriate box on the registration form if you do not wish to be included on the delegate list. Day Registration includes: Attendance to Symposium Sessions on registered day Attendance at the Trade Exhibition Morning/afternoon tea and lunch on registered day Symposium Handbook Symposium Satchel Delegate list (list will include delegate name and organisation only and will not include those delegates who elect not to be included on the list). Please tick the appropriate box on the registration form if you do not wish to be included on the delegate list. * Day registrations do not include the Welcome Reception or Aussie BBQ

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IGNSS2011 IGNSS 2011 15-17 November 2011 SOCIAL FUNCTIONS Welcome Reception – Tuesday 15 November, 2011 (inclusive for all full symposium registrants only) 5:15pm –7:15pm - The Pavilions, UNSW – Kensington Campus After an informative first day, relax with a drink and enjoy canapes before moving to one of the many restaurants in the local area or Coogee Beach. Additional tickets: $50.00 per ticket AUSSIE BBQ – Wednesday 16 November, 2011 (Proudly sponsored by NovAtel Inc) (Inclusive for full symposium registrants only) 5:00pm – 8:00pm - The Pavilions, UNSW – Kensington Campus The Aussie BBQ will be the ideal opportunity to catch up with friends – old and new. Enjoy a true blue Aussie BBQ, consisting of a variety of delicious salads, meats and bread, topped off with a limited supply of wine, beer and soft drink. Additional tickets: $65 per ticket

ACCOMMODATION Accommodation – Using Transport or a Short Drive

(bookings can be made via the symposium registration form)

The following accommodation is located in central Coogee Beach, 2km (a brisk 30 minute walk) to the University of New South Wales – Kensington Campus. Local bus transport to the University is located almost at your front door and is a short 10-15 minute bus trip to the University.

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www.ignss.org Coogee Sands Hotel & Apartments, 161-167 Dolphin Street, Coogee A short stroll away you can find yourself immersed in the metropolis of Coogee’s finest bistro’s, cafes, restaurants and clubs. Each room includes a limited kitchenette with microwave, air-conditioning, private bathroom/shower, in-room broadband facilities, TV, pay movies, direct dial telephone, radio, iron and ironing board, and tea and coffee making facilities. Hot Breakfast pre-purchased is available at $16.50 per person or $21.50 if purchased during stay. Deluxe Standard Studio

$175 per room per night (up to two persons)

Deluxe Superior Studio

$195 per room per night (up to two persons)

Additional person

$40 per room per night

Coogee Bay Hotel, 9 Vicar Street, Coogee Situated behind the main hotel on a standalone site is the Boutique accommodation offering stylish, sophisticated yet unpretentious retreat. Many of the rooms feature balconies with ocean views, king & queen beds, beautifully appointed kitchens and marble bathrooms. As well as this, the Coogee Bay Hotel offers a complete entertainment experience with the Brasserie, gaming options and a variety of bars to suit any occasion. The below rates are applicable from Sunday to Friday nights inclusive only. A surcharge is applicable for Saturday night. Undercover parking is complimentary (subject to availability) Buffet continental breakfast is available $10.00 person. District View

$200 per room per night

Ocean View

$230 per room per night *subject to availability

Crowne Plaza, Corner Arden & Carr Streets, Coogee Located opposite the beach Crowne Plaza Coogee Beach offers panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean. The hotel offers the most up-to-date rooms in Sydney at a beautiful beachside location. The hotel has two restaurants and two bars, all offering stunning ocean views All guest rooms have high-speed broadband internet, 32 inch flat screen TV’s, ergonomic work station and in-house movies. Room includes either a King bed or teo double beds. Full Buffet breakfast is available at $25 per person. Village View Room

$265 per room per night

Pool View Room

$310 per room per night

Accommodation – UNSW On Campus (bookings should be made directly with the Colleges listed below) The following UNSW On Campus accommodation is centrally located to the Airport (15 minutes), City (15 minutes), Coogee beach (5 minutes), Bondi Beach (10 minutes). Also close by within a 10 minute walking distance are restaurants and cafes, shops, parks, UNSW Gym and Swimming Pool and tennis courts. There are bus stops located outside the UNSW main entry on Anzac Pde which go to the city, airport and beaches, and taxis are readily available. The main site for all UNSW On Campus accommodation can be downloaded from the web at: http://www.housing.unsw.edu.au/housing/short_term/short_term.php?p=on_campus_colleges New College, 330 Anzac Parade Kensington For bookings please contact Angelina directly; conferences@newcollege.unsw.edu.au or telephone 02 9381 1999 The standard student accommodation consists of a bedroom with a single bed and shared bathroom facilities. There is a light breakfast included. **Please note that this is a dry college. Bed and Breakfast

$50 per room per night

New College Village, 215A Anzac Parade Kensington For bookings please contact Angelina directly; conferences@newcollege.unsw.edu.auor telephone+61 2 9381 1999 The air conditioned rooms have a single bed, ensuite bathroom and a kitchenette. Single Studio

$90 per room per night

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IGNSS2011 IGNSS 2011 15-17 November 2011 International House, Building C6, Enter Gate2, High Street, Randwick NSW 2031 For bookings please contact Campus College or book directly online at http://www.ihunsw.edu.au/conference.htm or telephone +61 2 9313 0600 Each study bedroom generally comprises the following: Single bed with linen including a towel, Study desk, lamp, bookshelf and study chair, Wardrobe and a heater; Telephone for receiving calls only. Shared Bathroom, Internet available in rooms and common areas (minimum charge $10) Bed and Breakfast

$45 per room per night

UniLodge, Corner of Anzac Parade and Lorne Avenue, Kensington For bookings please contact Campus College or book directly online at http://www.unilodge.com.au or telephone + 61 2 9017 6250 Fax: 61 2 9017 6251 Minimum 3 nights stay. Advance Payment required, All rooms have single bed with linen, study desk, lamp, study chair, Breakfast not included. Multi share apartment (shared bathroom)

$48.60 per room per night (min 3 night, room only)

Studio small (private bathroom)

$56.05 per room per night (min 3 night, room only)

Studio medium (private bathroom + balcony) $57.48 per room per night (min 3 night, room only) Studio large (private bathroom + balcony)

$58.91 per room per night (min 3 night, room only)

Warrane College, Corner of Anzac Parade and Barker Street, UNSW For bookings please contact Daniel or Philip or book directly online at. http://www.warrane.unsw.edu.au or phone +61 2 9313 0300 Fax: +61 2 9662 2992 Email info@warrane.unsw.edu.au Warranee College is a male only campus that offers single rooms with shared facilities as well as single ensuite rooms for short stays. All rooms have single bed with linen, study desk, lamp, study chair, breakfast, lunch and dinner inclusive. Student (shared bathroom)

$62.00 per room per night

Non- Student (shared bathroom)

$71.00 per room per night

Ensuite Room Student

$80.00 per room per night

Ensuite Room Non-Student

$95.00 per room per night

GENERAL INFORMATION The Location - University of New South Wales – Kensington Campus The University of New South Wales (UNSW) is one of the leading teaching and research Universities in Australia. Located in Sydney, the University of New South Wales is situated near the business hub of Australia’s largest city, providing easy access to a wide range of academic, cultural and social activities, and less than 5km from some of the most famous beaches in the world. The Central Lecture Block forms part of the UNSW symposium district and are only one minutes’ walk from The Pavilions. The Pavilions is the location for the trade exhibition and all catering will be served in this area. Access by Bus: Delegates who will travel from Coogee Beach to the UNSW each day, can do so from Arden Street on Bus 370 (refer to Coogee Beach Map – Accommodation Section). The drop off point at UNSW is Bus Stop 7 (refer to map of UNSW), High Street. Gate 9 is the closest pedestrian access, just a short walk to the symposium. At the end of the day Bus 370 will stop at Bus Stop 8 (refer to map of UNSW) and travel to Coogee Beach, a 10-15 minute ride. Apart from accommodation advertised for delegates at Coogee Beach, there is a multitude of restaurants to choose from. Further information can be found on the following web-site by entering (370) into the timetable and map search on the right hand side of the page: www.sydneybuses.info

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On Site Parking and Vehicular Accessibility: All day parking is available on the upper floors of the Botany Street Parking Station – enter via gate 11. The cost for metered parking is $3 per hour, all day parking = minimum $6 for 3 hours, and $2.00/hr thereafter up to 12 hours (cash and credit card payment ) Gold coins are required. UNSW Maps for Kensington Campus, Central Lecture Block, Pavillions and Parking Stations can be accessed by linking to http://www.facilities.unsw.edu.au/Maps/maps.html Temperature During November the average temperatures in Sydney can range between 160 and 240 C (610 and 750 F) Symposium Registration Desk Hours Monday

14 November 2011 3:00pm – 5:00pm

Tuesday

15 November 2011 8:00am – 5:00pm

Wednesday

16 November 2011 8:30am – 5:00pm

Thursday

17 November 2011 8:30am – 2:00pm

Symposium Website: www.ignss.org Restaurants There are an abundant number of restaurants to suit all tastes and budgets to choose from within easy walking distance of the University at Randwick and in the Coogee Bay area.

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IGNSS2011 IGNSS 2011 15-17 November 2011 Dress A good standard of casual dress is required for attending the symposium. Dress for the Aussie BBQ is smart casual. The weather can be very warm, so cool loose clothing is recommended for all functions. Don’t forget to bring your swimming attire for an early morning swim at the beach. Name Badges Your name badge must be worn at all times, as it is your entry to all sessions and inclusive functions. Entry will not be permitted unless you are wearing your name badge or have a ticket to attend. Cancellation Policy and Disclaimer Registration will only be accepted in writing. Cancellations made prior to 14 October, 2011 will be refunded less $125.00 to cover administration costs. No refunds will be made after this date. As an alternative to cancellation, your registration may be transferred to another person without incurring any penalty. The organisers must be advised of the transfer in writing. It is highly recommend that delegates take out insurance to cover registration cancellation. The information in this brochure is correct at the time of printing. The Society reserves the right to change, without notice, any aspect of the symposium program. Personal Insurance Participants shall be regarded in every aspect as carrying their own risk for personal injury and, loss or injury to property, including baggage during the symposium. We strongly recommend that at the time of booking your travel and tours, you take out a travel insurance policy of your choice. The policy taken should include loss of deposit through cancellation, medical insurance, loss or damage to personal property, financial loss incurred through disruption to accommodation or travel arrangements due to strikes or other industrial action. The Society will be in no way responsible for any claims concerning insurance. Liability In the event of industrial disruptions, the symposium and the Society accept no responsibility for losses incurred by delegates and partners. Payment All prices are in Australian dollars and are inclusive of GST (unless otherwise stated). Cheques should be made payable to “IGNSS Society” and forwarded to PO Box 6026, MITCHELTON QLD 4053. Cheques or bank drafts must be made out in Australian currency and drawn on an Australia bank. Payment by credit card is acceptable for registration and function tickets. Registrations will not be processed until payment is received. Discounted Early Bird registration fees are only applicable if the registration form AND PAYMENT are received by no later than 5.00pm on 9 September 2011. Accommodation – (Coogee Sands, Coogee Beach Hotel & Crowne Plaza) Group bookings have been arranged at discounted rates and all accommodation for the above hotels should be booked through the Registration Form herein. Please indicate your 1st and 2nd preference. Although every effort will be made to secure your 1st preference, your 2nd preferred choice will automatically be selected if your 1st preference is not available. A minimum deposit of one night’s room charge is required to secure your booking if payment is made by cheque. When payment is made by credit card, no monies will be deducted by IGNSS Society, however your credit card details will be forwarded to your hotel as security for your booking. If the credit card is in the name of a person other than yourself, it will be necessary to complete the authorisation attached to the Registration Form. Accommodation – UNSW On Campus On campus accommodation should be booked and paid for directly with the individual colleges listed in the accommodation section herein.

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REGISTRATION FORM – IGNSS 2011 15 – 17 November 2011 Please complete and return this form together with your full payment to IGNSS Society, PO Box 6026, MITCHELTON Qld 4053 Australia

Phone: +61 7 3355 6630 Fax: +61 7 3855 8756 Email: shannon@ignss.org ABN 50 493 173 615

Personal Details – please print clearly

4. Accommodation

Title:

Please indicate your 1st & 2nd preference by writing 1 and 2 next to the preferred room type. Credit Card details will be forwarded to your chosen hotel. Prices are per room per night.

Surname:

Given Name:

Coogee Sands Hotel & Apartments, Coogee Prices quoted below are per room per night for up to 2 persons

Organisation: Position: Postal Address:

___ A01 Deluxe Standard Studio (king or twin)

$175

___ A02 Deluxe Superior Studio (king or twin)

$195

Suburb:

State:

$40 ___ Additional Person # Breakfast rate for conference delegates $16.50 per booked pre day

Country:

Post Code:

Coogee Bay Hotel, Coogee

Ph:

Fax:

Prices quoted below are per room per night for up to 2 persons $200

___ A03 District View (king or twin)

$230 ___ A04 Ocean View (king or twin) # Breakfast rate for conference delegates is $25 per day

E-mail: Please print clearly as confirmation of receipt will be sent via email

Crowne Plaza, Coogee

Preferred Name on Badge

Prices quoted below are per room per night for up to 2 persons

Dietary/Special Requirements

___ A05 Village View (king or twin)

Please indicate by ü the boxes below if you:

$310 ___ A06 Pool View (king or twin) # Breakfast rate for conference delegates is $25 per day

DO NOT wish to be included on the symposium delegate list. The delegate list will be given to all participants at IGNSS 2011. Are a member of the IGNSS Society

ü Please indicate your room type

$265

Single

King

No of persons in room:

1. Registration Fees – Please tick appropriate boxes below

Twin

Sharing with:

Special requests:

Payment must be received by 5pm on 9 September, 2011 to qualify for early bird rate. Early Bird By 9/9/11 Speaker Registration

R01

Standard After 9/9/11

Arrival date:

Arrival Time:

Departure date:

No. of nights:

$745

*Student Registration R02 $445 R03 $495 *A copy of your full time student/concession card must accompany your registration

5. Registration Payment Summary 1. Registration

$

Full Registration (Member)

R04

$845

R05

$945

3. Networking Functions

$

Full Registration (Non-Member)

R06

$945

R07

$1045

4. Accommodation

$

**Day Registration

R08

$395

R09

$495

**Please indicate which day(s) you wish to attend Tuesday

Wednesday

$

Credit Card Authority Registration only

Thursday

Total: $__________________ 2. Pre Conference Session – The Migration Matrix: Marine Vertebrate Navigation in Magnetic Coordinate Space Yes

ü Please indicate your credit card type:

Master Card

Visa

Cardholder Name: Card Number: Expiry Date:

Sponsored by ACSER Monday 14 November 6.30– 7.30pm Please indicate ü if you will be attending

Registration Total:

**Verification number is:

No Signature:

3. Networking Functions Tuesday Networking Function – Tuesday 15 November (Inclusive for students, delegates and speakers – full registrations only) Please indicate ü if you will be attending

Yes

No

Credit Card Authority for Accommodation only ü I authorise the hotel to debit my credit card for the following:One nights deposit only

Extra Tickets: Personal partners only (includes canapés and beverages)

All accommodation (excluding incidentals)

SO1 Extra tickets _______ @ $50.00 No. _______

All accommodation (including incidentals)

$

Other

Guest name(s):

Amex Wednesday Networking BBQ – Wednesday 16 November (Inclusive for students, delegates and speakers – full registrations only)

Cardholder Name:

Please indicate ü if you will be attending

Card Number:

Yes

No

Extra Tickets: Personal partners only (includes canapés and beverages) SO2 Extra tickets _______ @ $65.00 No. _______

$

Guest name(s):

Total: $________________

Expiry Date:

Diners

Master Card

Visa

**Verification number is:

Signature: **Verification number is the last three digits on the reverse of your card in the signature section.

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