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Appendix A Workshop Agenda Workshop on the Global Navigation Satellite System May 23–25, 2011 Shanghai, China May 23 (Monday) 18:00–20:00 Welcome Dinner Hosted by Zhou Ji, President, Chinese Academy of Engineering May 24 (Tuesday) 09:00–09:10 Opening ceremony of NAE-CAE GNSS Workshop 09:00–09:05 Opening remark by Zhou Ji, President of CAE 09:05–09:10 Opening remark by Charles Vest, President of NAE 09:10–09:20 Motivation and Overview of the Three Themes Chaired by Brad Parkinson and Liu Jingnan 09:20–09:35 Initial Comments and Observations (Free talk by any delegates) Session I Presentations (Chaired by Brad Parkinson and Liu Jingnan) 09:35–10:00 Talk 1: Development of BeiDou Navigation Satellite System (by Ran Chengqi) 10:00–10:40 Talk 2: U.S. GPS Policy, Programs & International Cooperation Activities (by David Turner) 10:40–11:10 Tea & Coffee Break 11:10–11:30 Talk 3: Interoperability of BeiDou and GPS (by Lu Xiaochun) 11:30–11:50 Talk 4: Overview: The Interchangeability Problem: Signals, Coordinate Frames, and Time (by Tom Powell) 243
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244 GLOBAL NAVIGATION SATELLITE SYSTEMS 11:50–12:10 Talk 5: BeiDou Coordinate and Time System (by Yang Yuanxi) 12:10–12:30 Talk 6: A Global Safety of Life Service from Multiple GNSS Constellations (by Per Enge) 12:30–13:30 Buffet lunch Session II Presentations (Chaired by Brad Parkinson and Liu Jingnan) 13:30-13:50 Talk 7: Monitoring and Assessment of GNSS Open Services (by Ding Qun) 13:50-14:10 Talk 8: Overview: The Jamming Threat (by Leo Eldredge) 14:10-14:30 Talk 9: Analyses on Development of GNSS Augmentation Technology Architecture (by Chen Jinping) 14:30-14:50 Talk 10: Impact of Intentional, Low Power, In-Band, Personal Privacy Devices (PPDs) on Aviation (by A.J. Van Dierendonck) 14:50-15:10 Talk 11: GNSS Open Signals Interference Issue and Measures (by Du Xiaodong) 15:10-15:30 Talk 12: GPS Interference Detection & Mitigation Activities (by Dave Turner) 15:30-16:00 Tea & Coffee Break 16:00-17:30 Roundtable Discussion (Chaired by Guo Shuren and Per Enge) 18:00- 19:00 Buffet Dinner 19:30-21:30 Social activity hosted by CAE for NAE delegation May 25 (Wednesday) Session III Presentations (Chaired by Brad Parkinson and Liu Jingnan) 09:00–09:20 Talk 13: Bei Dou Applications and Exploration (by Tan Shusen) 09:20–09:40 Talk 14: Application of GNSS to Environmental Studies (by Penina Axelrad) 09:40–10:00 Talk 15: Progress on GNSS Seismology Research (by Liu Jingnan) 10:00–10:20 Talk 16: Robotic Farm Tractors—Opportunities and Challenges (by Mike O’Connor) 10:20–10:40 Tea & Coffee Break 10:40–11:00 Talk 17: GNSS Receiver Development and Its Market in China (by Han Shaowei) 11:00–11:20 Talk 18: Attaining “Certification” of International Signals for Aircraft Landing (by Todd Walter) 11:20–11:40 Talk 19: China-U.S. GNSS Technology and Talent Exchange Channel (by Bai Shulin) 11:40–12:00 Talk 20: Arctic Navigation (by Grace Gao) 12:30–13:30 Buffet lunch
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245 APPENDIX A 13:30–15:00 Roundtable Discussion (Chaired by Yang Yuanxi and Penina Axelrad) 15:00–15:30 Summary 15:30–16:00 Tea & Coffee Break, the end of the workshop 18:00–20:00 Buffet Dinner
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