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66 Inside GNSS J U L Y / A U G U S T 2 0 1 9 See additional listings at WWW.INSIDEGNSS.COM/EVENTS ADVERTISERS INDEX Company Page Number CAST Nav 67 Emcore 41 GMV 9 ION GNNS+ 43 GPS Networking 7 Hemisphere GNSS 13 LKD Gladiator 5 M-3 11 NavtechGPS 45 NovAtel 68 NovAtel NavWar 17 QuNAV 6 Racelogic/LabSat 29 SBG 37 Sensonor 19 Skydel 55 Spirent 3 Syntony 27 Systron Donner 25 Topcon 23 Trimble 2 VectorNav 15 GNSS TIMELINE July JULY 15-26 ESA/JRC INTERNATIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL ON GNSS Vila Nova de Cerveira, in the north of Portugal The 12th edition of the ESA/JRC International Summer School on GNSS 2019 will be held in Vila Nova de Cerveira, in the north of Portugal, from July 15-26. Organized by the European Space Agency (ESA) and the Joint Research Centre (JRC), with the collaboration of Oporto University and several external sponsors, the school represents a unique chance for young satellite navigation researchers to get all the latest high-level information from renowned worldwide scientists and specialists, like the Director of the Galileo Programme and Navigation-Related Activities (D/NAV), Paul Verhoef. The program is open to postgraduate students, Ph.D. candidates, early-stage researchers and young engineers and professionals keen on broadening their knowledge. September SEPT. 16-20 ION GNSS+ Miami, Florida, USA ION GNSS+, the world's largest technical meeting and showcase of GNSS technology, products and services, will take place at the Hyatt Regency Miami in Miami, Florida. This year's conference will bring together international leaders in GNSS and related positioning, navigation and timing fields to present new research, introduce new technologies, discuss current policy, demonstrate products and exchange ideas. The conference includes complimentary short courses taught by ION Masters. These courses will be provided on Monday, Sept. 16, on a complimentary basis to all paid registrants at ION GNSS+ with the compliments of the Satellite Division and the ION Master Instructors. ION Master Instructors are internationally recognized GNSS experts and educators. All of the ION Masters have generously donated their time and talents to this effort, as a service to the GNSS community, with the ION's gratitude. Another special event, the Women in PNT: Roundtable Discussion Groups, will feature informal discussions on issues important to women at work in PNT. It will be held on Thursday, Sept. 19, from 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., in the Hibiscus Room. Join in for an informal evening of roundtable discussions moderated by leaders in the field and formatted to promote intimate thought-provoking discussions on a variety of topics important to women in PNT. These roundtable discussions will provide a relaxing space to examine important issues and collectively share information with the goal of helping you effectively manage your professional career. < ion-gnss-returns-to-miami-in-sept/> SEPT. 17-19 INTERGEO Stuttgart, Germany Combining a cutting-edge EXPO and CONFERENCE, INTERGEO is celebrating its 25th anniversary as a platform for innovation from September 17-19, and will take a close look at today's data. It's generated in huge volumes and grows by the hour—data, data, data. It stems from sensors, apps, IoT-linked devices, plants and satellites. Gathering, processing and visualizing data is particularly important in the geospatial industry. The international trade fair INTERGEO is focusing on the core issues this raises, asking: Who needs this mass of data? How can it be turned into information? Is it the currency of the future? As the world becomes more globalized and increasingly digital, the opportunities and challenges for the entire geoinformation sector are growing, too, since it already covers an incredibly broad spectrum, with new fields of work being added all the time. One challenge for this year's INTERGEO CONFERENCE is to examine this from a range of perspectives. Around 680 companies, institutions and associations from more than 40 countries are showcasing their services and innovations for the geospatial industry at INTERGEO EXPO. INTERGEO is hosted by DVW–the German Society for Geodesy, Geoinformation and Land Management. November NOV. 18-21 INC 2019 Edinburgh, Scotland The Royal Institute of Navigation is pleased to announce that the Royal Institute of Navigation International Navigation Conference 2019 (INC 2019) will be held in the prestigious Edinburgh International Conference Centre (EICC), Edinburgh, Scotland beginning on November 18. A full conference web site has just been launched, so please visit to find more details. INC2019 themes will include resilience and autonomy—not only technical aspects but also the neuroscience of navigation and human factors. For more information, visit aspx?id=1135239&group=

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