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IGAW 2014 Second Edition

The IGAW 2016 (International GNSS Advances Workshop) was an event dedicated to the study of the evolution of satellite navigation technology in light of the opportunities opened by the availability of multiple constellations (GPS, Galileo, GLONASS, Beidou). 
A highly prized scientific initiative, the Workshop aimed to examine on the basis of current knowledge and the future prospects of GNSS technology development and applications and was opened to public institutions, private companies, research centres and Universities.  

The main topics discussed:

  • State of the art of GNSS technology,
  • Multi-constellation systems and interoperability,
  • Ubiquitous PNT and SDR,Anti-spoofing and Authentication,
  • International Cooperations on GNSS applications developments,
  • High Precision and High integrity,
  • Augmentation and relevant applications: the Rail case.

IGAW 2016 was organised and hosted by Sogei, a company that has always been at the forefront of research and development efforts in the delivery and use of geo-referenced data and services, as well as GNSS High Precision applications and SDR technologies, as part of its contribution to the dissemination of innovation and scientific culture.

IGAW 2014 Proceedings

Elenco atti presentati nel corso di IGAW 2014 in formato powerpoint

Pratap Misra
(Tuft University)

Multi-GNSS Navigation

Per Enge
(Stanford University)

Integrity Concepts and Advances

Francesco Rispoli
(Ansaldo STS)
Roberto Capua
Alessandro Neri
(Roma tre University)

High-Integrity GNSS Augmentation Systems forTrain Control Systems

Juan Ramon Piedelobo

High- Accuracy Services Within the Galileo CS, Feasibility, Drivers and Expected Performance

Oscar Pozzobon

Anti-spoofing and Authentication Techniques

Carlo des Dorides
(European GNSS

Key-note on GALILEO status and institutional organisation

Marco Lisi
(Advisor European


Mario Caporale
(ASI - Italian Space

High-Integrity programmes

Alessandro del Ninno
(LUISS University
of Rome)

Providing satellite VAS services: The legal perspective. The existing regime and its shortcomings with regards to liability, data policy anda data integrity

Roberto Capua

SOGEI R&D for GNSS institutional application development

Per Enge
(Stanford University)

GNSS is green

Pratap Misra
(Tuft University)

GNSS receiver clock. An overlooked resource for the detection of faulty and false signals