SPCOMNAV achieves resounding success at the ICL-GNSS'2023 conference

SPCOMNAV had once again a strong presence at the past ICL-GNSS conference held in Castellón (Spain) from June 6 to June 8, 2023. SPCOMNAV was contributing with five (5) works on state-of-the-art topics such as beamforming for GNSS handheld devices, OSNMA, machine learning for GNSS spoofing detection and 5G positioning. The contributions garnered significant attention from the conference attendees and sparked fruitful discussions that allowed sharing insights and exploring future collaborations. The papers contributed by SPCOMNAV members are as follows:

General track:

  • G. Foreman-Campins, L. Pallares-Rodriguez, S. Locubiche, G. Seco-Granados, J. A. Lopez-Salcedo, "Methodologic Assessment of Beamforming Techniques for Interference Mitigation on GNSS Handheld Devices”, [link].
  • L. Pallares-Rodriguez, G. Seco-Granados, J. A. Lopez-Salcedo, "Dual-Polarization Beamforming Techniques for Multipath Mitigation in GNSS Handheld Receivers”, [link].
  • H. Shahid, L. Canzian, C. Sarto, O. Pozzobon, J. Reyes-Gonzalez, G. Seco-Granados, J. A. Lopez-Salcedo, "Statistical Characterization of Snapshot OSNMA Spoofing Detection”, [link].

Work-in-progress (WiP) track:

  • A. Xhafa, F. Fabra, J. A. Lopez-Salcedo, G. Seco-Granados, "Preliminary Results of 5G Direction of Arrival Estimation using In-Situ Calibration with USRP" [link].
  • G. Marchand, A. Toumi, G. Seco-Granados, J. A. Lopez-Salcedo, "Machine Learning Assessment of Anti-Spoofing Techniques for GNSS Receivers”, [link].

The success of SPCOMNAV at the ICL-GNSS conference underscores its commitment to excellence in GNSS and 5G positioning. The group continues to push boundaries, conducting cutting-edge research and striving for innovative solutions to address the world's most pressing challenges on the aforementioned fields.