Journal of Spatial Science
Special Issue: Multi-GNSS processing, positioning and applications
Deadline: 1 May 2019
Is your research ready to make an impact?
In the past few decades the Global Positioning System (GPS) has been the number one positioning tool in a range of Geodesy and Geophysics applications. The emerging Regional and Global Navigation Satellite Systems (RNSSs/GNSSs) can enhance a wide range of positioning applications. GPS modernization from dual-frequency to triple-frequency signals has lately also been complemented by global GLONASS, Galileo and BDS as well as regional QZSS and IRNSS.
By 2024 it is expected that we will have access to more than 110 satellites in a multi-GNSS model transmitting their signals on a range of different frequencies. This will significantly improve current dual-frequency GPS positioning as well as non-positioning applications, such as atmospheric and timing applications. Rigorous models and algorithms are however needed so as to link and integrate such multi-frequency, multi-GNSS signals to the estimable parameters of interest.
We invite authors to submit either original research or review articles that will stimulate continuing efforts towards multi-GNSS processing, positioning and applications. Potential topics include, but are not limited to:
- Multi-GNSS inter-system, inter- and intra-frequency biases, and their effects on the ambiguity resolution performance.
- Single-/multi-frequency and multi-GNSS positioning and non-positioning applications, while making use of high-grade and low-cost receiver and antenna equipment (including smartphones).
- Reliability analysis (ARAIM/DIA) using multi-GNSS models and single-/ multiple-frequencies.
- Ionospheric and tropospheric delay estimation based on multi-GNSS and single-/multi-frequency data.
- Multi-GNSS network- and PPP-RTK applications, and National Positioning Infrastructure (NPI) developments.
Are you ready to submit?
This Special Issue will focus on this innovative research area and all papers will be subject to the standard review process for the Journal of Spatial Science. Before submission authors should carefully read over the Journal’s Author Guidelines.
Prospective authors should submit an electronic version of their complete manuscript as a Special Issue manuscript through ScholarOne Manuscripts according to the following timetable:
Manuscript Due Date: 1 May 2019
First Round of Reviews: 1 July 2019
Online Publication Date: 26 November 2019
Journal Publication Month: January 2020
National School of Surveying, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand
Peter J.G. Teunissen
Department of Spatial Sciences, GNSS Research Centre, Curtin University, Perth, Australia, and Department of Geoscience and Remote Sensing, Delft University of Technology, Delft, The Netherlands
State Key Laboratory of Geodesy and Earth’s Dynamics, Institute of Geodesy and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Wuhan, China