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          Modelling and Quality Control in Geospatial Mapping and Navigation

          【主题】:Modelling and Quality Control in Geospatial Mapping and Navigation

          【主讲】:Jinling Wang副教授University of New South Wales (UNSW)





           Modern optimal estimation theory has been widely used in GNSS and multi-sensor integration based positioning, navigation and timing (PNT) systems, as well as geospatial mapping. To obtain reliable and optimal positioning, mapping, navigation and timing results, however, both functional and stochastic models of the sensor measurements/system dynamics need to be defined properly. Therefore, major efforts have been being made to seek fundamental understanding of the statistical and geometric characteristics inherent within the measurements from various sensors. Such knowledge is then used to design robust modelling and quality control procedures for GNSS and multi-sensor navigation systems, towards reliable and seamless positioning, mapping, navigation and timing solutions for various applications.


          This invited presentation will focus on modelling and quality control conceptual framework for GNSS and integrated positioning, mapping, navigation and timing systems, reviews recent progress, as well as discuss the challenging issues, in developing modern integrity monitoring theory and algorithms for use in positioning, mapping, navigation and timing systems towards various applications.


           Biography for the speaker

           Jinling Wang

          Dr Jinling Wang is an Associate Professor in the School of Civil & Environmental Engineering, University of New South Wales (UNSW), Sydney, Australia. His major research interest is in the areas of satellite positioning and navigation, geospatial mapping and navigation using multi-sensors, 3D maps, geodesy as well as geospatial engineering.

          He is a Fellow of the Royal Institute of Navigation, UK, and a Fellow of the International Association of Geodesy (IAG). He was awarded Japan Invitation Fellowship in 2011 from The Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) and Distinguished International Fellowship in 2003 from Faculty of Engineering, University of Calgary, Canada. He is Luojia (visiting) Chair Professor of Wuhan University and an invited Expert for Innovation Centre on Modern Geodesy and Geophysics at Wuhan University, sponsored by the Ministry of Education of China and State Administration of Foreign Experts Affairs, under the Program of “111 Plan”.


          Dr Wang is an Associate Editor of the Journal of Navigation and a member of the Editorial Board for the international journal GPS Solutions, and Journal of Global Positioning Systems. He is the Chair of IAG Sub-Commission 4.2 (2011-2015; 2015-2019) on Geospatial Mapping and Engineering Applications. He was the 2004 President of the International Association of Chinese Professionals in Global Positioning Systems (CPGPS), and the Founding Editor-in-Chief for the Journal of Global Positioning Systems (2002-2007), Technical Chair for the world's premier GPS/GNSS conference (ION GNSS2008) in the USA, the Conference Convener/General Chair of the 2004 International Symposium on GPS/GNSS, and the 9th International Symposium on Mobile Mapping Technology (MMT2015), both in Sydney, Australia;  Visit website: www.sage.unsw.edu.au/wang, to find more details about the research activities within his research team at UNSW.


          发布日期:2018-10-16  阅读次数:4975次