PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS

NSL feature in the international publications and attend major GNSS conferences as either invited speakers or presenting selected papers.

The following list contains some of our presentations, including keynotes, round table panel discussions, publications in professional magazines and press articles referring to NSL

 

2016


Outcomes of SBAS-Africa project: Feasibility analysis, infrastructure development, aviation, precision agriculture, UAV, maritime demonstration trials and preliminary business case for a South African SBAS, J. Ostolaza, D. Pérez, J.J. Lera, GMV, D. Hill, V. Boissinot, S. Basker, Avanti, W. Roberts, D. Lowe, NSL, E. Avenant , G. Lamprecht, SANSA, EUROPEAN NAVIGATION CONFERENCE 2016, Helsinki, 1 June 2016


Low end PRS as part of the UK pilot programme, Mark Dumville, Nottingham Scientific Ltd, EUROPEAN NAVIGATION CONFERENCE 2016, Helsinki, 1 June 2016


Standardisation of GNSS Threat reporting and Receiver testing through International Knowledge Exchange, Experimentation and Exploitation [STRIKE3], Michael Pattinson, Nottingham Scientific Ltd, EUROPEAN NAVIGATION CONFERENCE 2016, Helsinki, 1 June 2016


Integrating GNSS with Digital Route Map for Train Positioning and Integrity System: Y. Zheng, M. Hutchinson, M.Pattinson, NSL, UK, INTERNATIONAL TECHNICAL MEETING 2016, Monterey, California, 27 January 2016


The Hybrid GNSS/WCT Multi-coach Multi-constellation Train Positioning and Integrity System: Y. Zheng, M. Hutchinson, D. Lowe, Nottingham Scientific Ltd, UK; S. Arrizabalaga, J. Goya, L. Zamora-Cadenas, Ceit and Tecnun, Spain; J. Valera, J. Sanchez, INTEGRASYS, Spain, INTERNATIONAL TECHNICAL MEETING 2016, Monterey, California, 27 January 2016


Vidal Ashkenazi invited to organise and chair the Round Table Panel Discussion at the Munich Satellite Navigation Summit on GNSS IN THE SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE AND EQUATORIAL REGIONS, held in Munich on 2 March 2016. The Panel Discussion comprised the following high ranking distinguished participants.

  • Lt Col Eng Alessander de Andrade Santoro - Air Navigation Systems Director, Brazilian Department of Airspace Control (DECEA), Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
  • Jeoffrey Matshoba - Acting Executive ATM, CNS Planning & Standards, ATNS Head Office, Johannesburg, South Africa
  • Dr. Refaat Rashad - President, Arab Institute of Navigation, Alexandria, Egypt
  • Dr. Takeyasu Sakai - Electronic Navigation Research Institute (ENRI), Tokyo, Japan
  • Ed Williams - Senior Engineering Specialist, Department of Strategic Planning, Airservices Australia

 

2015


An Expendable GNSS Sensor for the Continuous Monitoring and Risk Profiling of Land and Infrastructure: W. Roberts, E. Benedetti, M. Hutchinson, NSL, UK; G. Phipps, A. Keal, MONITEYE, UK, ION GNSS+ 2015, Tampa, USA, 14 - 18 September 2015


Characterization of GNSS Observables for High Precision Navigation with Integrity: M.J. Panikowski, E. Domínguez, GMV, Spain; E. Aguado, D. Lowe, NSL, UK; G. Seco-Granados, J. A. Lopez-Salcedo, D. Egea, UAB, Spain; D. Naberezhnykh, TRL, UK; F. Dovis, Politecnico di Torino, Italy; J.P. Boyero, I. Fernandez, European Commission, Belgium, ION GNSS+ 2015, Tampa, USA, 14 - 18 September 2015


Vehicular and Pedestrian GNSS Integrity Algorithms and Results for Urban and Road Environments Developed After an Extensive Real Data Collection Campaign: E. Domínguez, C. Moriana, L. Bonardi, GMV, Spain; E. Aguado, D. Lowe, M. Pattinson, M. Hutchinson, NSL, UK; G. Seco-Granados, J. A. Lopez-Salcedo, D. Egea, UAB, Spain; D. Naberezhnykh, TRL, UK; F. Dovis, Politecnico di Torino, Italy; J.P. Boyero, I. Fernandez European Commission, Belgium, ION GNSS+ 2015, Tampa, USA, 14 - 18 September 2015


Multi-Antenna Techniques for NLOS and Spoofing Detection Using Vehicular Real Signal Captures in Urban and Road Environments: E. Domínguez, J.M. López-Almansa, GMV, Spain; G. Seco-Granados, J.A. Lopez-Salcedo, D. Egea, UAB, Spain; E. Aguado, D. Lowe, NSL, UK; D. Naberezhnykh, TRL, UK; F. Dovis, Politecnico di Torino, Italy; J.P. Boyero, European Commission, Belgium, ION GNSS+ 2015, Tampa, USA, 14 - 18 September 2015


Signal-level Integrity and Metrics Based on the Application of Quickest Detection Theory to Interference Detection: D. Egea-Roca, G. Seco-Granados, J.A. López-Salcedo, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain; E. Domíngez, GMV, Spain; E. Aguado, D. Lowe, NSL, UK; D. Naberzhnykh, TRL, UK; F. Dovis, Politecnico di Torino, Italy; J. Pablo Boyero, European Commission, Belgium, ION GNSS+ 2015, Tampa, USA, 14 - 18 September 2015


Signal-level Integrity and Metrics Based on the Application of Quickest Detection Theory to Multipath Detection: D. Egea-Roca, G. Seco-Granados, J.A. López-Salcedo, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain; E. Domíngez, GMV, Spain; E. Aguado, D. Lowe, NSL, UK; D. Naberzhnykh, TRL, UK; F. Dovis, Politecnico di Torino, Italy; J.P. Boyero, I. Fernandez, European Commission, Belgium, ION GNSS+ 2015, Tampa, USA, 14 - 18 September 2015


Galileo Public Regulated Services (PRS) with Limited Key Distribution: M. Turner, A. Richardson, J. Haddon, AIRBUS Defence and Space, UK; E. Aguado, B. Wales, M. Dumville, NSL, UK; N. Davies, R. Bowden, P. Togneri, QinetiQ, UK, ION GNSS+ 2015, Tampa, USA, 14 - 18 September 2015


Quantitative Assessment of the Impact of GNSS Threats on Governmental Applications and Receivers (QUASAR): M. Dumville, W. Roberts, NSL, UK; J. Hammond, M. Trosh, Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO), UK; C. Dixon, S. Hill, Satellite Applications Catapult Centre, UK; P. Lindsay, UK Space Agency, UK, ION GNSS+ 2015, Tampa, USA, 14 - 18 September 2015


Auroral Monitoring Index Using a Network of GNSS Receivers: R. Tiwari, H. J. Strangeways and S. Dlay, Newcastle University, W. Roberts, NSL, UK, ION GNSS+ 2015, Tampa, USA, 14 - 18 September 2015


Vidal Ashkenazi chairs the Round Table Panel Discussion at TransNav 2015,the Marine Navigation Conference, 17 to 19 June 2015. The title of the Panel Session is "Resilient Navigation in demanding Maritime Environments". Click on the following two weblinks for full details.

http://transnav2015.am.gdynia.pl/

http://transnav2015.am.gdynia.pl/Conference/round-table-panel-session.html


Vidal Ashkenazi chairs the Round Table Panel Discussion session on "GNSS and PNT: Where is it heading?" at the GNSS Summit 2015 in Munich. 


 

2014


Vidal Ashkenazi, Special Plenary Keynote Lecture: GNSS: Present Challenges, Potential Solutions and Future Opportunities, ICL-GNSS 2014,International Conference on Localisation and GNSS, Helsinki, 24 – 26 June 2014


Invited by the ESA, Vidal Ashkenazi organises and chairs the Round Table Panel Discussion on the Opening Session of NAVITEC 2014 Conference, December 2014.


 

2013


Vidal Ashkenazi invited to deliver the Opening Keynote Presentation, GPS, Galileo and the Future of GNSS, at the ICL-GNSS Conference 2013 held in Torino, Italy, on 25-27 June 2013.


Vidal Ashkenazi invited to organise and chair the Round Table Panel Discussion on the Opening Session of the 10th JUBILEE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE TRANSNAV 2013 ON MARINE NAVIGATION AND SAFETY OF SEA TRANSPORTATION, held in Gdynia on 19-21 June 2013. The Panel Discussion entitled GNSS and e-Navigation, comprised the following high ranking distinguished participants.

  • Mr Gard Ueland - President Kongsberg Seatex AS, Norway, and President of Galileo Services
  • Professor Bernd Eisfeller - Director, Institute of Space Technology and Space Applications, University of FAF, Munich, Germany
  • Capt Marek Dziewicki - Maritime Office Gdynia, Poland, Delegate of the International Association of Lighthouse Authorities (IALA)
  • Mr Gian Gherardo Calini - Head of Market Development, European GNSS Agency (GSA), Prague, Czech Republic
  • Capt William Burns - Commander of the US Coast Guard Navigation Centre, United States
  • Prof Dr Adam Weintrit - Dean, Faculty of Navigation, Gdynia Maritime University, Gdynia, Poland

Vidal Ashkenazi participated at a formal Galileo Services Meeting at the GSA in Prague on 23 May 2013, and made a presentation during the discussion on Building a European GNSS downstream market


 

2012


Invited by the ESA, Vidal Ashkenazi organises and chairs the Round Table Panel Discussion on the Opening Session of NAVITEC 2012 Conference held on 5 December 2012 at ESA/ESTEC in Noordwijk. The Panel Discussion entitled Multi-GNSS Technologies and Applications: Challenges and Opportunities, comprised the following high ranking distinguished participants.

  • Prof Bernd Eisfeller, Director of the Institute of Geodesy and Navigation, University of FAF, Germany
  • Sr Miguel Romay Merino, GNSS Director of GMV, Spain
  • Monsieur Michel Monnerat, Thales Alenia Space, France
  • Professor Fabio Dovis, Information and Communication Technology Faculty, Politecnico di Torino, Italy

Invited by the GSA, Vidal Ashkenazi organises and chairs the Round Table Panel Discussion at the special PRS Workshop held on 4th December 2012, during the European Space Solutions Conference in London. The Panel Discussion entitled PRS: A secure Galileo Service for Government Authorised Users and Applications, comprised the following high ranking distinguished participants.

  • Olivier Crop, Head of the Galileo Security Monitoring Centre (GSA)
  • Denis Roger, Directeur Adjoint des Affaires Internationales, Stratégiques et Technologiques (SGDSN, France)
  • Frank Asbeck, Principal Adviser for Space and Security Policy (European External Action Service)
  • Peter Lindsay, Galileo, PRS & GMES Security Lead (UK Space Agency)
  • Stefan Baumann, Project Manager (IABG, Germany)
  • Mario Caporale, Head of SatNav-SatCom-SatEO Strategies (Italian Space Agency)

Vidal Ashkenazi presents the Special Plenary Keynote Lecture Galileo: Past, Present and Future , at the ESTEL (IEEE-AESS) Conference, Space and Satellite Communications, Rome, 2-5 October 2012


Pre- and Post-Correlation GNSS Interference Detection within Software Defined Radio presented by Mark Dumville at ION GNSS 2012 on 21 September in Nashville, TN


A Comparison of a GNSS Software Defined Radio Receiver and Hardware Receivers within Reference Networks presented by William Roberts at ION GNSS 2012 on 20 September in Nashville, TN


Skyclone: Realtime GNSS Signal Denial for Testing GNSS-based Automotive Applications presented by Mark Dumville at ION GNSS 2012 on 19 September in Nashville, TN


Vidal Ashkenazi presents the Keynote Presentation Multi-GNSS Opportunities and Challenges to GNSS-enabling Technologies and their Applications, at the United Nations/Latvia Workshop on the Applications of Global Navigation Systems, Riga, 14-18 May 2012


Vidal Ashkenazi was invited to organise and chair a Round Table Panel Discussion on Galileo and Security at the GNSS Summit 2012, which was held in Munich on 13-15 March 2012.


GNSS vulnerabilities: Testing the Truth, Dr C S Dixon, Dr C J Hill (University of Nottingham), Dr M Dumville, Dr D Lowe (NSL), Coordinates Magazine, Vol. VIII, Issue 3, March 2012. Link


Skyclone: a GNSS denial system for testing ITS applications presented by Mark Dumville on 22 February 2012 at the GNSS Vulnerability: Present Dangers, Future Threats event at the National Physical Laboratory, Teddington, UK


 

2011


Server-side On-demand Positioning for Open Access and Regulated GNSS presented by William Roberts at ENC 2011 on 30 November in London, UK


Performance of the PRECISIO Multi-constellation, Multi-frequency Software Receiver presented by William Roberts at ENC 2011 on 30 November in London, UK


Vidal Ashkenazi was invited to organise and chair the only Round Table Discussion Panel session at the European Navigation Conference ENC 2011, which was held in London on 29-30 November 2011. The title of the Panel Discussion was Threats to and Vulnerabilities of GNSS Signals: Resilience and Countermeasures for Critical PNT Applications.


Vidal Ashkenazi was invited to make a presentation on "European SME's in the Space Sector" at the 4th Conference on EU Space Policy in Europe, which was held on 8-9 November, at the European Parliament Hemicycle in Brussels.


PRECISIO - Design, Development and Testing of a Multi-constellation, Multi-frequency Software Receiver W. Roberts (presenter), M. Bavaro, Nottingham Scientific Ltd., UK; E. Dominguez Tijero, GMV Aerospace and Defence SA, Spain; F. Legrand, M3 Systems; S. Vaccaro, JAST SA; A. Sage, Helios; C. Hill, University of Nottingham, UK; I. Fernandez Hernandez, European Commission, ION GNSS 2011, September 22, Portland, US


SkyClone is launched and demonstrated at the official opening of the innovITS ADVANCE International Centre for Connecting Vehicles, Highways and Telecommunications, held on 28th June 2011. Link


Vidal Ashkenazi was invited to organise and chair the Opening Session Round Table Panel Discussion, entitled GNSS Challenges in Maritime Navigation, at the TransNav 2011 Maritime Navigation Symposium, which was held in Gydnia, Poland.


Demands of the Road, An Assisted-GNSS Solution Uses the EGNOS Data Access Service, Kevin Sheridan, Tomas Dyjas (NSL), Cyril Botteron, Jrme Leclre (EPFL), Fabrizio Dominici, Gianluca Marucco (ISMB) GPS World Magazine, March 2011.


Vidal Ashkenazi was invited to chair the Opening Session Round Table Panel Discussion, entitled GNSS in Balance?, at the Satellite Navigation Summit 2011, which was held on 1st March 2011 in Munich, Germany.


EGNOS Gets to Work, Using the Augmentation System with GPS-Equipped Mobile Phones, Lee Banfield (NSL), Franois Boullete, Boris Kennes, Michal Mastier (EC/GSA) GPS World Magazine, February 2011.


 

2010


PRECISIO presented by Michele Bavaro at the ESA NAVITEC Workshop 2010, held in ESA/ESTEC on -10 December 2010.


Vidal Ashkenazi was invited to organise and chair a Round Table Panel Discussion entitled GNSS Challenges over the Next 10 Years, on the Opening Session of the ESA NAVITEC Workshop 2010, which was held on 8-10 December 2010 at ESA/ESTEC in the Netherlands.


ATLAS presented by William Roberts at The Navigation Conference and Exhibition, NAV-10, held in London on 30th November - 2nd December, 2010


PRECISIO presented by William Roberts at The Navigation Conference and Exhibition, NAV-10, held in London on 30th November - 2nd December, 2010


Vidal Ashkenazi attended and contributed to a Conference on A New Space Policy for Europe: New Challenges, New Opportunities, which was held on 26-27 October 2010, at the European Parliament Hemicycle in Brussels.


SIGNATURE presented by Kevin Sheridan at the European Navigation Conference in Braunschweig, Germany, 19 - 21 October 2010


ATLAS presented by William Roberts at the European Navigation Conference in Braunschweig, Germany, 19 - 21 October 2010


PRECISIO presented by William Roberts at the European Navigation Conference in Braunschweig, Germany, 19 - 21 October 2010


Vidal Ashkenazi was invited to chair a Round Table Panel Discussion entitled GNSS for Business, the Citizens and Government, which was held on the Opening Day of the European Navigation Conference, in Braunschweig, Germany.


SIGNATURE presented at Space Applications Conference, Toulouse Space Show, June 2010. Project link


Vidal Ashkenazi was invited to chair a Round Table Panel Discussion entitled Knowledge and Technology Transfer in GNSS, at the Satellite Navigation Summit 2010, which was held on 9-11 March 2010 in Munich, Germany


SIGNATURE demonstrated at the Galileo Application Days in Brussels 3-5 March 2010


ATLAS demonstrated at the Galileo Application Days in Brussels 3-5 March 2010


SIGNATURE features on GSA Website 02 March 2010


The Need to Monitor the Performance of GNSS, W Roberts, V1 Magazine, February 2010


 

Before 2010


Vidal Ashkenazi chairs a Round Table Panel Discussion on GNSS Developing and Future Applications at the 13th IAIN World Congress, which was held on 27-30 October 2009 in Stockholm, Sweden


Lord Stafford Award winners 2009 NSL in collaboration with De Montfort University won the 2009 award for Innovation in Development for the East Midlands for its world-leading ground-breaking GNSS receiver.


Vidal Ashkenazi chairs the Round Table Panel Discussion entitled GNSS and Safety and Security of Marine Navigation at the International Navigation Symposium TransNav 2009 in Gdynia, Poland.


Vidal Ashkenazi chairs the Opening Plenary Session of the European Satellite Navigation Conference (ENC 2009) in Napoli, Italy.


Satellite Navigation for Integrated Critical Applications

Lead article, Navigation News, November/December 2008, V Ashkenazi


Technologies and Sensors for Integrated Applications

Vidal Ashkenazi chairs the Round Table Panel Discussion on the Opening Session of the NAVITEC 2008 Workshop at ESA/ESTEC


RIN Gold Medal Vidal Ashkenazi awarded the RIN's Gold Medal

 The Royal Institute of Navigation has awarded Vidal the Institute's highest award, the Harold Spencer Gold Medal, for "an Outstanding Contribution to Navigation". The award was presented at the AGM on 9 July 2008, by the Patron of the Institute,  HRH The Duke of Edinburgh KG KT.


Space Technologies with Terrestrial Sensors for Future Applications

Vidal Ashkenazi, Invited Keynote Presentation at the Opening Session of the 2nd Telecommunications Congress, 13 June 2008, Azores, Portugal


Mark Dumville at the European ParliamentMark Dumville at the European Parliament Integrating SMEs in Galileo Applications and Services

 Mark Dumville, Public hearing at the European Parliament, 12 June 2008, Brussels, Belgium


David Lowe at WCRR 2008David Lowe at WCRR 2008 Dependability of GNSS on the UK Railways

 Martyn Thomas (RSSB), David Lowe, Mark Dumville, William Roberts, Paul Cross (UCL), Gwyn. Roberts (IDB), Trevor Nunn (NX), WCRR 2008, 18-20 May 2008, Seoul, Korea


Structural Monitoring using Low Cost GNSS Sensors

William Roberts, David Lowe, Roberto Muscinelli (TAS), Davide Cavallo (SEPA), Space Applications '08, 24 April 2008, Toulouse, France


Vidal Ashkenazi chairs the Round Table Discussion Panel at ENC 2008

On "GNSS in 2020: Systems, Technologies and Applications", European Navigation Conference, 23 April 2008, Toulouse, France


Vidal Ashkenazi giving the Opening Keynote at the Toulouse Space ShowVidal Ashkenazi giving the Opening Keynote at the Toulouse Space Show Space for the Benefit of Citizens, Business and Government

 Vidal Ashkenazi, Keynote Presentation at the General Opening Plenary Session of the Toulouse Space Show, 22 April 2008, Toulouse, France


Integrated Applications: How Important are they for Europe

Vidal Ashkenazi, IAP Programme Information Day, 15 January 2008, Brussels, Belgium


Integrated Applications: Benefits for Europe and the UK

Vidal Ashkenazi, BNSC/ESA IAP Initiative Consultative Forum, 19 December 2007, London, United Kingdom


Geodesy, Geomatics and GNSS: Past, Present and Future

Vidal Ashkenazi, Opening Session Keynote, Geoinformation & GPS/GNSS International Symposium, 5-7 November 2007, Johor Bahru, Malaysia


Dependability of GNSS on the UK Railways

Martyn Thomas (RSSB), Leonard Ejimogu (RSSB), David Lowe, Mark Dumville, William Roberts, Paul Cross (UCL), Gwyn. Roberts (IDB), Trevor Nunn (NX) NAV 07, 30 Oct - 1 Nov, 2007, London


Options for the Modernization of Maritime DGNSS

Mike Pattinson, Mark Dumville, Nick Ward, ION GNSS 2007, 25-28 September 2007, Fort Worth, USA


Vidal Ashkenazi chairs the Round Table Discussion at TransNav 2007

On "Galileo: A Significant Benefit to Marine Navigation?" International Symposium on Marine Navigation & Safety of Sea Transportation, 20-22 June 2007, Gdynia, Poland


DGNSS Re-Capitalization

Mike Pattinson, Mark Dumville, Nick Ward, TransNav 2007, 20-22 June 2007, Gdynia, Poland


Vidal Ashkenazi chairs the Round Table Panel Discussion at ENC 2007

On "Timing and Navigation Communities: Co-habitation or Full Partnership", 29 May-1 June 2007, Geneva, Switzerland


Options for the Modernization of Maritime DGNSS

Mike Pattinson, Mark Dumville, Nick Ward, ENC 2007, 29 May-1 June 2007, Geneva, Switzerland


Satellite Navigation: Past, Present and Future

Vidal Ashkenazi, Invited Presentation at the University of Rome Tor Vergata, 22 March 2007


High Accuracy Positioning using EGNOS and Galileo Products - FIX_8

Kevin Sheridan, Hans van der Marel, Ruizhi Chen, Maxim Keshin, Michael Pattinson, Ben Wales, NAVITEC 2006, 11-13 December 2006, ESTEC


Vidal Ashkenazi chairs Opening Session Round Table Discussion at NAVITEC

NAVITEC 2006, 11-13 December 2006, ESTEC


The Evolving GNSS Panorama: Opening Session Keynote 

Vidal Ashkenazi, 2006 International Symposium on GPS/GNSS, 18-20 October 2006, ICC Jeju, Korea


Galileo: Current Status, Prospects and Applications

Vidal Ashkenazi, Tyrrhenian International Workshop on Digital Communications, 5-8 September 2006, Ponza, Italy


GNSS as a tool to Support Government Policy

Mark Dumville, Tyrrhenian International Workshop on Digital Communications, 5-8 September 2006, Ponza, Italy


NSL featured in The Guardian, Tuesday May 23, 2006

Europe warned that Galileo navigation jobs could go east


Vidal Ashkenazi chairs Round Table Discussion at the European Navigation Conference

ENC 2006 7-10 May, Manchester, England


Analysis of the performance of new RAIM algorithms for civil aviation approach operations using GPS and Galileo

M Powe,W. Roberts, M. Dumville, NSL, R. Rawlings, R. Farnworth, Eurocontrol

ENC 2006 7-10 May, Manchester, England


High accuracy positioning using EGNOS and Galileo products - FIX_8

Kevin Sheridan, Hans van der Marel, Ruizhi Chen, Eric Guyader, Maxim Keshin, Michael Pattinson

ENC 2006 7-10 May, Manchester, England


GRAIL, GNSS Introduction in the rail sector

A Urech, INECO, Spain, María J. García Prieto, TIFSA,Spain, William Roberts, NSL

ENC 2006 7-10 May, Manchester, England


The MONITOR project: Galileo for land and civil engineering surveyors

G Manzoni, GEONETLAB, University of Trieste, M Barbarella, DISTART, University of Bologna, G Graglia, Alcatel Alenia Space - Italia, M Musmeci, Galileo Joint Undertaking, W Roberts, V Ashkenazi, NSL

Civil Engineering Surveyor, May 2006


FIX_8: High Accuracy Positioning using EGNOS and Galileo Products Galileo Workshop for SMEs "Fostering synergies between SMEs involved in Galileo"

Diamant Conference Centre, Brussels, April 5th - 6th, 2006 K Sheridan


Geodesy and Satellite Navigation: A Lighthearted Look at a Strange Relationship

Vidal Ashkenazi, NSL, Inside GNSS, April 2006


GNSS: Benefits, Risks and Misconceptions

V Ashkenazi, Navigation News, March/April 2006


ADvantis Legal Applications

William Roberts, Nottingham Scientific, European Roundtable on Intelligent Roads, Brussels, 30 Jan 2006


GNSS: Benefits, Risks and Misconceptions: Opening Session Keynote Presentation

Vidal Ashkenazi, International Symposium on GNSS/GPS 

Hong Kong, China 8-10 December 2005


Galileo Project Status

Matthew Powe (NSL) Representing the Galileo Joint Undertaking & European Commission

12th GNSS Workshop, Korea, 1-2 Dec 2005.


Location Awareness:Potential Benefits and Risks 

Vidal Ashkenazi, Location and Context Awareness (LoCA 2005) 

Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany 12-13 May 2005


Galileo: A Tool for Business, Society and The Regions Keynote Presentation

Vidal Ashkenazi, Galileo Regions Day, 7 March 2005


NSL featured in EC Galileo video: Galileo: Europe shows the way

EC DG-TREN, December 2004


Analysing the Integrity of a Combined GPS/Galileo Constellation

M. Dumville; V. Ashkenazi; K. Sheridan, Nottingham Scientific Limited

2nd ESA Workshop on Satellite Navigation User Equipment Technologies (NAVITEC 2004) Noordwijk, The Netherlands 8 - 10 December 2004


Sky Eye Spy: A Novel Application utilising High Sensitivity GNSS

W. Roberts; M. Dumville; M. Hemming, Nottingham Scientific Limited

2nd ESA Workshop on Satellite Navigation User Equipment Technologies (NAVITEC 2004) Noordwijk, The Netherlands 8 - 10 December 2004


Navigation System Analysis for European Maritime Operations (NEMO)

W. Roberts; M. Dumville; V. Ashkenazi; NSL, M. Fairbanks; N. Ward; General Lighthouse Authorities of UK and Ireland, 2nd ESA Workshop on Satellite Navigation User Equipment Technologies (NAVITEC 2004) Noordwijk, The Netherlands 8 - 10 December 2004


Polaris: A Software Tool to Support GNSS based Application Design 

Ángel J. Gavín (GMV), Stefano Scarda (GJU), Kevin Sheridan (NSL), J. Ignacio Herrero (GMV Sistemas) GNSS 2004 Rotterdam


How Good Does It Get? 

Polaris: Demonstrating Performance Levels of Positioning Technologies

By: Angel J.Gavin-Alarcon, Kevin Sheridan,Audrey Mark

GPS World Jul 1, 2004 pp22-28


GALILEO: A Tool for Business, Government and Society

V. Ashkenazi, Nottingham Scientific Ltd

Keynote Address, Second Galileo Conference for an Enlarged Europe, Budapest, Hungary, May 2004


Asset Tracking using GPS 

M. Dumville, Nottingham Scientific Ltd

Pinpoint Faraday Satellite Navigation in Transport and Logistics Event, London, March 2004


GNSS Augmentation Systems in the Maritime Sector

M. Fairbanks, N. Ward, General Lighthouse Authorities, U.K.; M. Dumville, W. Roberts, V. Ashkenazi, Nottingham Scientific Ltd, U.K

Institude Of Navigation, National Technical Meeting 2004, San Diego, January 2004.


Time, Space, Location and Business

V. Ashkenazi, Nottingham Scientific Ltd

Keynote Address, 2003 International Symposium on GPS/GNSS, Tokyo, Japan, November 2003


Angelos and HALO

M. Hemming, Nottingham Scientific Ltd

The IEE One Day Seminar on The British National Space Centre, London, October 2003


Political and Macroeconomic benefits of Galileo. Why Europe needs it?

V. Ashkenazi, PUBLIC HEARING ON "GALILEO PROGRAMME: A STAKE IN EUROPE", Brussels, October 7, 2003. Speech Text


GNSS: A Global Enterprise?

V. Ashkenazi, GNSS - 2003, Graz, Austria, April 2003.


The Future of Satellite Navigation

V. Ashkenazi, GNSS - 2002, Bonn, Germany, November 2002.


Quo Vadis Galileo?

V. Ashkenazi, GNSS - 2002, Copenhagen, Denmark, May 2002. Speech Text


Galileo: Friend or Foe?

V. Ashkenazi,Invited presentation at the Interagency GPS Executive Board (IGEB), Washington DC, February 28, 2002


Safety for Tomorrow Galileo A Key Instrument

V. Ashkenazi, Intelligent Systems Approach to Safety, Barcelona, Spain, October 2001.


ION GPS 2001

V. Ashkenazi, Salt Lake City, USA, September 2001.


GALILEO From Definition to Development

V. Ashkenazi, GNSS - 2001, Seville, Spain 2001.


From Definition to Development and Beyond

V. Ashkenazi,Galileo's World 2001.


Planes, Trains and GPS Satellites

V. Ashkenazi, Ingenia Issue 7, Feb 2001.