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The Future of Mobile Sat Nav

The Future of Mobile Sat Nav
Event on 2017-07-10 09:30:00
Recent release of all the raw data from Android mobile device chips sets will enable game-changing improvements in accuracy. This event will explore the opportunities arising from the availability of this data to apps developers. Industry experts regard this as a game changer enabling much better positioning and navigation performance from mobile devices. We are delighted to announce that Frank van Diggelen from Google will deliver the keynote address. Innovate UK will present on how this aligns with forthcoming funding opportunities, and we will hear from location based services apps developers, potential users, chip set manufacturers and technical experts. The purpose of the event is to promote commercial exploitation of the new opportunities, and the day will include opportunities for networking. Programme: 09:30 Registration 10:15 Welcome & Introduction Bob Cockshott, Knowledge Transfer Network & John Pottle, Royal Institute of Navigation 10:25 Keynote Frank van Diggelen, Google 10:55 Location Based Services Stephen Hancock, Ordnance Survey 11:20 Construction – A User Perspective Stuart Young, COMIT / Fiatech 11:35 Break & Networking 12:05 3D Mapping Aided GNSS on an Android Device Paul Groves, UCL 12:30 GSA Raw Measurements Taskforce Moises Navarro-Gallardo, Airbus Defence and Space 12:55 Lunch & Networking 14:00 NAVISP Opportunities Andy Proctor, Innovate UK 14:30 Implementation Lukasz Bonenberg, Nottingham Geospatial Institute 14:55 An Android GNSS Test Environment Using Spirent Simulators Ajay Vemuru, Spirent 15:20 Panel / Q&A 16:00 Close   This event is organised by KTN in partnership with RIN. For more information contact Bob Cockshott: bob.cockshott@ktn-uk.org.  

at Broadway House
Tothill Street
Westminster, United Kingdom

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