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IGNSS Society 2015 Symposium & Exhibition Minimize

The IGNSS Society is pleased to announce that the 2015 Symposium & Exhibition will be held on the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia in July 2015.

Please be advised of the following important dates for the Symposium:-

 

Open of Call for Abstracts Monday 6th October 2014
Close of Call for Abstracts Monday 9th February 2015
Registration Brochure published Monday 23rd March 2015
Close of Earlybird Registrations Monday 18th May 2015
Symposium commences Tuesday 14th July 2015
   

 


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WELCOME TO THE IGNSS SOCIETY INC WEBSITE
The IGNSS Society is a not for profit association incorporated in Queensland, Australia.


Our mission is to provide a member oriented, market driven association, achieving member satisfaction by providing the following:-

  • Seminars
  • Workshops
  • Conferences
  • Trade Exhibitions
  • Awards for excellence programs
  • Other services by member request

Areas of specific interest include space, air, land and marine applications.

 

 
The IGNSS Society is a not for profit association incorporated in Queensland, Australia.


Our mission is to provide a member oriented, market driven association, achieving member satisfaction by providing the following:-

  • Seminars
  • Workshops
  • Conferences
  • Trade Exhibitions
  • Awards for excellence programs
  • Other services by member request

Areas of specific interest include space, air, land and marine applications.

 

 

  
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New Reports Available on the Economic Benefits of Precise Positioning to the Australian Economy

The Australian Government’s Space Coordination Office recently engaged ACIL Allen to prepare reports on the economic benefit of precise positioning to a number of different sectors across the Australian economy.

Those reports have now been completed and the IGNSS Society is very pleased to be able to make them available to the public.

The overview report and individual reports on specific sectors can be viewed and downloaded by clicking on the appropriate links below:- 

 

Economic Benefit General Overview

Agriculture

Aviation

Construction

Maritime

Mining

Rail

Surveying

Transport

Utilities

 

New Reports Available on the Economic Benefits of Precise Positioning to the Australian Economy

The Australian Government’s Space Coordination Office recently engaged ACIL Allen to prepare reports on the economic benefit of precise positioning to a number of different sectors across the Australian economy.

Those reports have now been completed and the IGNSS Society is very pleased to be able to make them available to the public.

The overview report and individual reports on specific sectors can be viewed and downloaded by clicking on the appropriate links below:- 

 

Economic Benefit General Overview

Agriculture

Aviation

Construction

Maritime

Mining

Rail

Surveying

Transport

Utilities


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First LEX Signal Demonstration in Australia

 

Conference delegates attending the IGNSS2013 symposium and exhibition at the Outrigger Hotel on the Gold Coast from Tuesday 16 - Thursday 18 July 2013 were invited to the first LEX signal demonstration in Australia.

The LEX signal, being transmitted by the Japanese “Michibiki” satellite allows high accuracy positioning anytime, anywhere in Australia.

A demonstration by experts from JAXA was presented on Tuesday 16th July 2013 and a hands-on experience was offered to IGNSS2013 delegates on Wednesday 17th July 2013.

 

Kazuhiro and Yaka from JAXA testing for the demo on Friday 5th July 2013

First LEX Signal Demonstration in Australia

 

Conference delegates attending the IGNSS2013 symposium and exhibition at the Outrigger Hotel on the Gold Coast from Tuesday 16 - Thursday 18 July 2013 were invited to the first LEX signal demonstration in Australia.

The LEX signal, being transmitted by the Japanese “Michibiki” satellite allows high accuracy positioning anytime, anywhere in Australia.

A demonstration by experts from JAXA was presented on Tuesday 16th July 2013 and a hands-on experience was offered to IGNSS2013 delegates on Wednesday 17th July 2013.

 

Kazuhiro and Yaka from JAXA testing for the demo on Friday 5th July 2013


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