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NOV-DEC 2018

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Page 50 of 59 N O V E M B E R / D E C E M B E R 2 0 1 8 InsideGNSS 51 Authors Fabio Principe is a senior radio-navigation engineer at Communication, Navigation, and Surveillance (CNS) Labora- tory of IDS, Ingegneria Dei Sistemi S.p.A. He received the Master Degree (cum Laude) in Telecommunications Engineer- ing from the University of Pisa on May 2003 and the Ph.D. degree in Information Engineering, curriculum: Communication Systems, on May 2007. From 2004 to 2007, He also worked as consultant on GNSS projects promoted by ESA. He also spent 7 months at the Communication Sciences Institute, USC (Los Angeles CA, USA), working with Prof. Keith M. Chugg on iterative detection problems. His Želds of interest are in the wide areas of communication systems, sig- nal processing algorithms, satellite navigation systems, spread-spectrum techniques, modern coding theory, and Software-DeŽned Radio techniques. Giuseppe Di Bitonto is a Proj- ect Manager at ATM and Air- ports department in Air Naviga- tion Division of IDS Ingegneria dei Sistemi. He received B.S. and M.S. in Telecommunication Engineering from University of Rome "Tor Vergata". He gained an extensive experience in experimental projects on the GNSS use for Air Navigation, speciŽcally focused on PBN approach. In particular, he was involved in several activities related to GNSS sig- nal performance assessment using both simula- tion platforms and measurement systems. He managed BLUEGNSS project on behalf of IDS. Andrea Tomei is a senior IT Developer at Communication, Navigation and Surveillance (CNS) Laboratory of IDS, Ingeg- neria Dei Sistemi S.p.A. He grad- uated in 1996 as IT Specialist. He has an extensive experience in Radar and air-navigation con- sole developments. SpeciŽcally, his interests are in the general area of SW architecture designs and development of real-time applications. Indeed, he was involved in experimental air-navi- gation projects requiring the development of airport simulators, aircraft tracking systems, and applications for helicopter IFR and VFR opera- tions. Patrizio Vanni is an aerospace engineer working for ENAV International Strategies Ožce and following main Internation- al fora on Aviation Satellite Nav- igation. He is permanent mem- ber of ICAO PBN Task Force, ICAO Navigation System Panel, Eurocontrol RAISG and Navigation Steering Group, Land and Take OŸ Group on GBAS, EGNOS MRD Change Control Board, EGNOS Security expert group and Galileo Reference Centre Working Group. He was graduated in 2003 in Aerospace Engineer and holds a master of science in "Advanced Communications and Navigation Satellite System". He started following the EGNOS program on 2004 with the set-up of the Ciampino EGNOS Data Collection Station and supporting the Initial Operation Phase, then he joined Mission Control Centre Operations as Engineering Support and then as Product Assur- ance and Safety Responsible and RIMS manager. Katerina Strelcova is an Avia- tion Market Development Inno- vation Ožcer at the European GNSS Agency (GSA) since 2014. She is driving a development of European Global navigation sat- ellite system (EGNOS and Gali- leo) applications and new solu- tions on the market improving aviation safety and accessibility. In particular, she is managing the GSA grant program to foster EGNOS adop- tion in aviation, speciŽc research and develop- ment projects, and the development of proto- types. Prior to joining the GSA, she has worked at GE Aviation on Safety Management System. She holds a Master degree in Air Tražc Control and Management from Prague and Master of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Texas. She has supervised the BLUEGNSS project as a GSA Project Ožcer. 2019 ITM January 28–31, 2019 Hyatt Regency Reston Reston, VA INTERNATIONAL TECHNICAL MEETING PRECISE TIME AND TIME INTERVAL SYSTEMS AND APPLICATIONS MEETING One Registration Fee, Two Technical Events and a Commercial Exhibit INSTITUTE OF NAVIGATION PTTI

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