Please find below the details of the Programme for NAVITEC 2022. 

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Event Timings: (UTC+2:00) Amsterdam, Berlin, Bern, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna /  (Time Zone: CEST)

Tuesday, APRIL 5, 2022

Plenary Session
9:15 AM - 9:30 AM
Conference Introduction
9:30 AM - 13:00 PM
ESA programmes presentations
break- 15 min
13:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Lunch Break
2:00 PM - 6:30 PM
Round table and invited presentation

Wednesday, APRIL 6, 2022

Navigation in Space and ScienceIntegrity and High-accuracy
PNT resilience and security
1:00 PM - 1:06 PM
Track introduction: Navigation in Space and Science
Track introduction: Integrity and High-accuracy
Track introduction: PNT resilience and security
1:06 PM - 1:18 PM
Sentinel-6A GPS and Galileo Dual-Frequency Real-Time Reduced-Dynamics P2OD
Analysis of different Galileo High Accuracy Service (HAS) dissemination options using live signals and real corrections
The Attack Agnostic Defence: a spoofing detection metric for secure spreading sequences
1:18 PM - 1:30 PM
CELESTE: a GNSS receiver and Star Tracker based Navigation System for Small Satellites
NaviLEO-POD : A Real-Time Onboard Precise Orbit Determination Receiver for LEO Constellations
End-to-End testing of GPS CHIMERA: Concepts of operations, performance and lessons learnt
1:30 PM - 1:42 PM
Towards demonstration of real-time Precise Point Positioning on-board Norsat-TD
Galileo E6 High Accuracy Service Message Generation Tool (HMGT) for use with a GNSS Signal Simulator
A Blueprint for Multi- Frequency Multi-Constellation PVT Assurance
1:42 PM - 1:54 PM
Navigating in Geostationary Orbit with a GNSS Receiver: a closer look to in-flight results
Galileo HAS Based Precise Point Positioning of LEO satellites
Observations on Signal-Level GNSS-Based PVT Assurance
1:54 PM - 2:06 PM
On Orbit Experimentation of QN400 Software Defined Radio Receiver
Real-Time Multi-GNSS Precise Point Positioning with Instant Convergence for Inland Waterway Navigation
OSNMAlib: An Open Python Library for Galileo OSNMA
2:06 PM - 2:20 PM
Coffee Break 1 - Day 2
Coffee Break 1 - Day 2
Coffee Break 1 - Day 2
2:20 PM - 2:32 PM
Moonlight – a Navigation Service for Lunar Users
Deterministic Approaches for Bounding GNSS Uncertainty
A low-cost GNSS antenna array with raw data sampling of 40 units
2:32 PM - 2:44 PM
NaviMoon – Ultra-High Sensitivity GNSS Receiver for Lunar Navigation
Signal Quality Monitoring Aspects in GNSS Signals Affected by Evil Waveforms
Multi Element Antenna Technology for Robust GNSS Reference Stations
2:44 PM - 2:56 PM
Radiometric Autonomous Navigation for Cislunar Satellite Formations
SBAS TTA compensation based on GNSS/IMU sensor fusion user algorithms
On the Way to Multipath and Interference Robust Antennas for GNSS Reference Stations
2:56 PM - 3:08 PM
Candidate System Concepts for a Lunar Satellite Navigation System
Impact of Code Steps on Aviation Receivers applying Higher-Order Code Tracking Loops
Receiver-independent GNSS Smart Antenna for Interference Mitigation
3:08 PM - 3:20 PM
Autonomous Navigation For Moon Missions: A Realistic Performance Assessment, Considering Earth GNSS Signals And LCNS Constellation
Outcomes of an Experimental RAIM Receiver Prototype - DARP Project Results
secRTK – A Jamming Resistant RTK-Receiver: Prototype Architecture and Results of First Measurement Campaigns
3:20 PM - 3:32 PM
Accurate Lunar Surface PNT based on LCNS Orbiter Sources and On-board Sensor Fusion
On the Prediction of Network RTK Integrity Performance in Urban Environments
"The GAMMA Project: Development of a Galileo-Based Multi-Frequency Multi-Purpose Antenna"
3:32 PM - 3:45 PM
Coffee Break 2 - Day 2
Coffee Break 2 - Day 2
Coffee Break 2 - Day 2
3:45 PM - 3:57 PM
Investigating the Performance of LCNS with Visual-Inertial Odometry for Lunar Rover Navigation
Validation of Evil WaveForms in a GNSS Simulator for GPS and Galileo Signals
Foundations for a secure satellite-based two-way ranging protocol to complement GNSS positioning
3:57 PM - 4:09 PM
Mitigation of TACAN/DME interferences for L5/E5 space-borne GNSS receivers in LEO. First Simulation results for a diversity of missions with focus on Radio-Occultation.
Reduction of System Time to Alert on SBAS
Pre-correlation and post-correlation RF fingerprinting methods for GNSS spoofer identification with real-field measurement data
4:09 PM - 4:21 PM
Crater Matching for Orbit Determination boosted by Neural Networks
Analysis of the Position and Pseudorange error distributions and autocorrelation functions of a DFMC SBAS
GNSS Spoofing Attack Detection By IMU Measurements Through A Neural Network
4:21 PM - 4:33 PM
Close-to-Ground Single Antenna GNSS-R
"Everything flows" – consideration of tectonic plate motion in SBAS Systems and for high-accuracy GNSS applications
Detection of GNSS jamming and spoofing attacks, using combinations of Convolutional and Multi-Layer Perceptron Neural Networks
4:33 PM - 4:45 PM
Demonstrating Multi-Constellation GNSS Reflectometry from LEO on the DoT-1 Microsatellite
Multipath Common Modes : A First Assessment of Independence Between Two Static GNSS Antennas
Performance of SVM based interference classification techniques for L1/E1 and L5/E5a GNSS signals
4:45 PM - 5:00 PM
Coffee Break 3 - Day 2
Coffee Break 3 - Day 2
Coffee Break 3 - Day 2
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM
Track Panel (Navigation in Space and Science)
Track Panel (Integrity and High-accuracy)
Track Panel (PNT resilience and security)

Thursday, APRIL 7, 2022

Space-based PNT systems and signals
Advanced User Algorithms for PNT
Mass-market, LBS, GNSS Measurements from Smartphones and IoT
1:00 PM - 1:06 PM
Track introduction: Space-based PNT systems and signals

1:06 PM - 1:18 PM
A novel Robust and Precise Timing Facility for Galileo
Track introduction: Advanced User Algorithms for PNT
Track introduction: Mass-market, LBS, GNSS Measurements from Smartphones and IoT
1:18 PM - 1:30 PM
Performance Analysis for Galileo and other GNSS at DLR Galileo Competence Center
Tiira: an Open-Source Hardware-based GNSS Receiver and Multi-sensor Navigation System
Design Considerations of Dedicated and Aerial 5G Networks for Enhanced Positioning Services
1:30 PM - 1:42 PM
GARHEO Flight Experiment to Test GPS-Galileo Interoperability to Support Launchers and Space Missions
New Added-value functionalities to GUEST Platform: Enhanced Methodology and Tools for System Performance Evaluation
Implementation of a GNSS Rebroadcaster in an All-Programmable System-On-Chip Platform
1:42 PM - 1:54 PM
COMPASSO – In-orbit Verification of Optical Key Technologies for future GNSS: Mission Description and Goals
Feasibility of snapshot GNSS Carrier Phase Amendment based on LAMBDA ratio tests
Detection, Characterization, and Localization of Interference Signals in Wideband GNSS Environments: the GIMAD System
1:54 PM - 2:10 PM
Coffee Break 1 - Day 3Coffee Break 1 - Day 3
Coffee Break 1 - Day 3
2:10 PM - 2:22 PM
Comparison of Constant and Non-constant Envelope Signals for Satellite Navigation
Performance assessment of Galileo OSNMA data retrieval strategies
Performance Analysis of Mass-Market GNSS Receivers in UAV Applications
2:22 PM - 2:34 PM
Performance Analysis of a Multi-Slope Chirp Spread Spectrum Signal for PNT in a LEO Constellation
Galileo E1 OSNMA and I/NAV improvements: first tests on the receiver
High Precision Landmark based PositioningAlgorithm for autonomous UAVs by using geofenceand neural network
2:34 PM - 2:46 PM
Exploiting Spatial Diversity for Fast Time-to-Time and Fast Time-to-First-Fix
Performance of GNSS Evil Waveform Detectors in the Presence of Multipath
Low complex and stable EKF for Mass Market Dual Frequency Receivers
2:46 PM - 2:58 PM
Quasi-Pilot Signals: Acquisition and Fast Time Ambiguity Resolution
Ionospheric Scintillation Detection using Supervised and Unsupervised Learning Methods
Multi-frequency multi-constellation mass-market GNSS chipset test campaigns. Latest performance overview
2:58 PM - 3:10 PM
Coffee Break 2 - Day 3
Coffee Break 2 - Day 3
Coffee Break 2 - Day 3
3:10 PM - 3:22 PM
Development of an MEO-LEO-ground simulation testbed to evaluate the localization of GNSS interference emitters from LEO
Innovative Technologies for robust high accuracy position in harsh environment (HASHTAG)
STARE: Real-Time Software Receiver for LTE and 5G NR Positioning and Signal Monitoring
3:22 PM - 3:34 PM
Kepler - Fast Track
Precise Timing for Indoor Small Cells (INTIME)
LTE transmitter position estimation through combined GNSS and LTE tracking using a software receiver
3:34 PM - 3:46 PM
Exploring flexibility of LEO PNT systems based on Nanosatellites constellation
Robust Tracking Strategy for Modern GNSS Receivers in Sounding Rockets
Cost Efficient Indoor Positioning With Sparse Local Infrastructure
3:46 PM - 3:58 PM
Perspectives on LEO PNT - Positioning, Navigation and Timing - capabilities
The potential of the Cooperative Positioning paradigm to improve GNSS-based positioning in Space
Experimental Setup for Timing Monitoring for Cellular Base Stations with GNSS Assistance
3:58 PM - 4:15 PM
Coffee Break 3 - Day 3
Coffee Break 3 - Day 3
Coffee Break 3 - Day 3
4:15 PM - 5:45 PM
Track Panel (Space-based PNT systems and signals)
Track Panel (Advanced User Algorithms for PNT)
Track Panel (Mass-market, LBS, GNSS Measurements from Smartphones and IoT)
5:45 PM - 6:00 PM
Conference Closure for allConference Closure for all
Conference Closure for all

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