Visit us at IEEE/ION PLANS 2016, Savannah, Georgia. From April 11-14, 2016 →
InnaLabs is delighted to exhibit at IEEE/ION PLANS 2016, Savannah, Georgia. From April 11-14, 2016.
This biennial technical conference and industry exhibition explores the field of navigation — from fundamental research, to applications, to field test results.
Visit with Kevin Coleman our USA Sales Director at booth 109 to find out how our inertial sensors can help you meet the challenges of your next project.
To arrange a meeting please contact us.
The PLANS conference is a four day conference with one day dedicated to tutorials and three days to technical sessions.
This year's technical sessions include:
- Algorithms for Networked Navigation
- Carrier Phase Positioning (RTK)
- Civil Multi-Antenna GNSS Systems
- Collaborative and Networked Navigation
- Emerging Technologies for Inertial Sensing
- GNSS Robustness to Interference
- Ground Vehicles GN&C Systems
- High Performance Inertial Sensor Technologies
- High-Integrity GNSS
- Indoor Positioning and Navigation
- Integrated Inertial Navigation
- Localization and Map Building in Robotics
- Low Cost Inertial Sensors
- Navigation Using Environmental and Natural Phenomenon
- Navigation via Radio Frequency Signals of Opportunity
- Network Time Transfer
- Personal and Humanoid Robot Navigation
- PNT Authentication
- Precise Point Positioning (PPP)
- Sensor Manufacturing, Error Modeling and Testing
- Sensors for Aiding and Augmenting Inertial Navigation
- Small Satellites (cubesats/nanosats) GN&C
- Unmanned Aerial Vehicle GN&C
- Unmanned Marine Vehicle GN&C
Half-day tutorials are:
- Image-Aided Navigation
- Fundamentals of Nonlinear Recursive Estimation
- Alternative Navigation Methods Exploiting Integration with Inertial Measurements
- Contemporary and Emerging Inertial Sensors
- Fundamentals of Inertial Navigation
- Integrated Collision Avoidance, Guidance, Navigation, and Control Systems for UAS
This conference is jointly sponsored by the IEEE Aerospace and Electronics Systems Society (AESS), and the Institute of Navigation (ION).