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International Conference on Localization and GNSS

Tampere, Finland, June 29-30, 2011

Conference and exhibit dates are June 29-30. The exact location is: Tampere Hall, Yliopistonkatu 55, FI-33100 Tampere, Finland.

What's new:
05.07.2011 Invited presentations on website (>> Invited speakers)
01.06.2011 Advanced programme available


Welcome to the ICL-GNSS event homesite. ICL-GNSS is an annual conference inaugurated in 2011 in Tampere, Finland. It is concentrating on localization and Global Navigation Satellite Systems. It provides a high-quality publishing forum with peer review, and emphasizes at the same time quick turn-around time. That is thanks to our dedicated peers working as reviewers.

Driven by both market trends and legal regulations, there is a high demand for providing a robust localization solution, which will be available continuously, regardless the specific environment, i.e., outdoors and indoors, and on different platforms such as stand-alone navigators, PDAs and mobile devices. ICL-GNSS thus addresses both satellite-based and complementary technologies.

The event is based on a balanced mixture of

  • world-class invited keynote presentations
  • exhibition of state-of-the-art commercial technology
  • contributed peer-reviewed papers

The local organizer for the event in 2011 is Tampere University of Technology
Department of Computer Systems.

The event has technical co-sponsorship by:

For more information, please email Prof. Jari Nurmi (Jari dot Nurmi at TUT dot FI).

ICL-GNSS 2011 is supported financially and materially by:

TSV Qualcomm Atheros Spirent

The final workshop of GRAMMAR EU FP7 project is co-located with ICL-GNSS on June 30 and access to that is included in the participation fee.

If you are interested in learning on the positioning technologies, there is a seminar provided by Edutech on August 25 in Tampere (partially in Finnish!). See the course announcement.