Symposium Gyro Technology - (NEW) October 24-25, 2023 - Braunschweig, Germany - 60. jubilee
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Dear colleague and friend of the DGON ISS conference,
In the course of preparing the exceptional event of the 60. DGON ISS conference, we had to recognize that a huge trade show is exceptionally taking place mid-September in Hanover. Although 65km away, this event is lowering the hotel room availability also in Braunschweig to a level that makes a regular conference attendance extremely difficult and is in our opinion neither compatible with the spirit of our meeting nor considered acceptable for our audience. Furthermore, this circumstance does not harmonize with our arrangement of the conference in the historical rooms of the Steigenberger Parkhotel in Braunschweig.
In your own good and after careful consideration we have decided changing the date of our conference to October 24 to 25. For the new date we have a reserved room contingent at the Steigenberger Parkhotel in Braunschweig. Other hotels are also well available.
We are looking forward to meeting you at 60th DGON ISS, October 24 to 25 in Braunschweig!
The Symposium will take place in Braunschweig as a face-to-face event.
The venue is the
Nîmes-Str. 2, 38100 Braunschweig, Germany. Phone: Telefon: +49 (05)31 482220
(NEW room contingent: DGON ISS, please note: To take advantage of the contingent, please book directly, preferably by phone, with the hotel.)
Call for Papers - 60th DGON ISS (NEW)
( New) Important dates:
Abstract Templates Please and Link to Easy Chair can be found under Information
For questions, please contact the conference administration
At this symposium the latest state of inertial sensors and navigation systems as well as gyro technology will be presented. This includes applications of this technology, the development of new systems, components and test procedures as well as investigations on cost and marketing aspects.
As modern systems for navigation, localization and guidance are increasingly making use of aiding data provided by additional non-inertial sensors, these topics will be focused on by the conference with growing interest. Therefore, also papers covering hybrid systems will be highly appreciated, which fuse data from inertial sensors with that from GNSS, visual, infrared, radar or other sensors.
We are looking forward to welcome you at the Inertial Sensors and Systems 2023 in Braunschweig.
Peter Hecker, TU Braunschweig - Germany