Sardar Vallabhbhai National Institute of Technology (SVNIT Surat) and MMMUT Jointly Organising TEQIP—III Sponsored One Week Short Term Training Program on “Advanced GNSS” on 3-7 December 2019.
The institute was initially established as Sardar Vallabhbhai Regional College of Engineering & Technology in 1961 and was upgraded as a National Institute of Technology with the status of ‘Deemed to be University’ in 2002 and SVNIT at present is one of the prestigious engineering institutions of the country, and has contributed many outstanding engineers in India and abroad
About the programme
GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite Systems) has become a ubiquitous technology, including the sectors related to surveying, defense, unmanned vehicles, agriculture, Timing & synchronization, aviation, road, rail and sea transport. The main objective of the training is to give the basic concepts and advances in the development of GNSS with emphasis on IRNSS.
This training will cover the topics: Operational Principal, system architecture and signal structure of various constellations like GPS GLONASS, Galileo, Compass NavIC and QZSS; Errors in GPS or GNSS; DGSPS, augmentation systems, Applications of GNSS. Specifications of a GNSS receiver, and integration of GNSS receiver or a GNSS chip with other applications.
The topics to be covered in the school along with hands on practice are: Basics and advances in GNSS signal processing and communication, Signal structure of GNSS systems, Overview of GNSS receiver, Antennas and front ends, Signal Acquisition, Carrier and Code Tracking, Data Processing, Navigation Solution, Kalman Filtering and assisted GPS, GNSS.
Who can attend?
Students/Faculty Members from academic institutes, universities, research scholars and industry personnel working in the concerned /allied discipline. The participants have to bring their own laptop.
Interested one can register via this page.
- Students / Research Scholar: Rs. 1000
- Faculty / academician: Rs. 1500
- Industry Person: Rs. 3000
Last date for Registration: November 22, 2019