Session - Modelling the Earth's ionosphere and solutions to counter ionospheric threats to GNSS applications
Marcio Aquino, Alan Dodson (Monday) and Giorgiana De Franceschi, Vincenzo Romano (Tuesday)
The Earth's ionosphere is a complex system that is driven by many different factors such as solar radiation, electric and
magnetic fields, and neutral atmosphere dynamics. New models and data to realise the state of the Earth's ionosphere are
of interest to radio system users whose signals are affected by ionospheric propagation, in particular navigation and
communications systems operating below 3 GHz. Global Navigation Satellites Systems (GNSS), which have become essential
in support of a growing number of activities now embedded in modern society, are especially vulnerable to signal propagation
through the ionosphere. In this context this session addresses models and solutions to mitigate ionospheric threats to GNSS
and related applications. The TRANSMIT project, an FP7 funded Marie Curie Initial Training Network,
has focused on the understanding and development of new models that can be tested for their usefulness in
addressing radio system specification with a view to support the development of concepts and operational tools
that could contribute to a service to assist European users in countering GNSS vulnerability to ionospheric phenomena.
Results of this project are expected to be showcased in this session, as well as any other initiatives in this area.
The session welcomes work in the areas of ionospheric tomography and imaging, radio occultation, scintillation and
interference resilient receiver tracking models and implementations, real time positioning algorithms (e.g. for
Precise Point Positioning) to mitigate ionospheric threats affecting legacy and new GNSS signals, scintillation and
TEC prediction models and operational tools, as well as any other related topics. The main aim of the session is to
stimulate discussion and encourage new collaborative work.
Talks and Highlighted Posters
Monday November 17, 16:00 - 18:00, auditorium Rogier
Tuesday November 18, 09:00 - 10:50, auditorium Rogier
Monday November 17, 15:30-16:00, area in front of auditorium Rogier
Talks and Highlighted Posters: time schedule
|Monday November 17, 16:00 - 18:00, auditorium Rogier|
||The Added Value of New GNSS for Ionosphere Monitoring
||Warnant, R et al.
||TRANSMIT from an Industrial Partner’s Perspective
||de Jong et al.
||TRANSMIT Prototype: Tools for Mitigation of Ionospheric Threats to GNSS
||Sato, H et al.
||An Industry based Perspective on the Effects of Solar Radio Bursts on GNSS Receivers
||Sreeja, V et al.
||Space Weather Effects over EGNOS Performance in the North of Europe
||Pintor, P et al.
||Characterization of High Latitude GPS Sensed Ionospheric Irregularities: Case Studies
||Ghoddousi-Fard, R et al.
||Highlighted poster 1-e|
||GNSS Observational Bias in the Frame of Ionospheric Studies
||Wautelet, G et al.
||Highlighted poster 1|
||Mitigation of the Impact of Scintillations on GNSS Positioning in the Scope of the TRANSMIT Project Prototype
||Highlighted poster 2|
||Designing a GNSS Carrier Tracking Architecture Robust to Ionospheric Scintillation
||Susi, M et al.
||Highlighted poster 3|
||Effect of Interference in the Estimation of Ionospheric Scintillation Indices with GNSS
||Romero, R et al.
||Highlighted poster 4|
||Mitigating the Effects of Spherical Symmetry Hypothesis from Ionospheric Radio Occultation (RO) Data Inversion with the help of Model Data
||Shaikh, M et al.
||Highlighted poster 5|
|18:00||End of Part I|
|Tuesday November 18, 09:00 - 10:50, Auditorium Rogier|
||An Improved Ionospheric Modeling Technique Using GPS and Empirical-Orthogonal-Function Fits
||Zhang, W et al.
||Ionospheric Data Assimilation
||Da Dalt, F et al.
||Geomagnetic Control of Equatorial Plasma Bubble Activity Modeled by the TIEGCM with Kp
||Carter, B et al.
||Zonal Velocity of the Equatorial Ionospheric Irregularities over São Paulo State, Brazil, during the last Solar Maximum
||Cesaroni, C et al.
||Current capability of GNSS ionospheric tomography in Antarctica
||Kinrade, J et al.
||Development and Investigation of Applicability of Parameters Describing Performance of GPS Point Positioning under the Presence of Ionospheric Anomalies
||Highlighted poster 6|
||Development Of Ionospheric Forecast Model Over Malaysia Region
||Bahari, S et al.
||Highlighted poster 7|
||Morphology of Shape and Drift of Ionospheric Irregularities and GPS Scintillation Statistics
||Stevanović, Đ et al.
||Highlighted poster 8|
||B-spline Model of Ionospheric Scintillation
||Priyadarshi, S et al.
||Highlighted poster 9|
||Edge-Preserved Imaging of the Ionospheric Electron Density
||Panicciari, T et al.
||Highlighted poster 10|
||Performance Analysis of Ionosphere Empirical Models for Different Phases of a Solar Cycle
||Najman, P et al.
||Highlighted poster 11|
|11:00||End of session|
||Accuracy assessment of the GNSS ionospheric corrections provided by the 3D data assimilation ionosphere model
||Solomentsev , Dmitry; Khattatov, B; Titov, A1; Cherniak, J; Belokrylov, A; Sorokin, S
||Characterization of Ionospheric Disturbances and their Relation to GNSS Positioning Errors at High Latitudes
||Jacobsen, K S; Dähnn, M
||Global Median Model of the Ionospheric Critical Frequency foF2 Based on GPS Radio-Occultation and Ground-Based Sounding Data
||Tsybulya, K; Shubin, V
||Space weather case studies on disturbed VLF radio propagation in the lower ionosphere
||Danielides, M; Skripachev, V
||Augmentation of EGNOS Open Service by Locally Adapted Ionospheric Model
||Vukovic, J; Kos, T
||Characterization of Ionospheric Effects and Investigation of their Influence on Current GNSS Observing System
||Cokrlic, M; Galas, R
||2D Monitoring of Midlatitude Ionospheric Parameters by Using IRI-Plas-GK
||Arikan, F; Deviren, M N; Gulyaeva, T
||Distribution Of Modelling Spatial Processes Using Geostatistical Analysis
||Grynyshyna-Poliuga, O; Stanislawska, I
|20||Galileo Robust Tracking Algorithms Under Ionospheric Scintillation
Practicalities poster boards/screens, availability and upload - please read this
Kees de Jong
The session chairs are deeply sad to inform you of the sudden passing of our
invited speaker Kees de Jong from Fugro Intersite B.V. (The Netherlands) on
31st October. Kees was an unconditional supporter of the TRANSMIT project
and became not only a fantastic professional advisor to all of us, but also
a great friend and colleague. Our thoughts are with his family and friends.