GNSS Measurement Technique in Aerial Navigation

Dear Colleagues,

For several years, the GNSS satellite technique has been widely used in air navigation to determine aircraft position parameters. In particular, aircraft coordinates can be determined using a variety of GNSS positioning methods. The most commonly used GNSS positioning methods in aviation include:

- The Single Point Positioning (SPP) method;

- The Precise Point Positioning (PPP) method;

- The Single Point Positioning (PPP) method supported by SBAS corrections;

- The Single Point Positioning (PPP) method supported by IGS services;

- The Differential GNSS (DGNSS) technique;

- The Real-Time Kinematic differential method in OTF mode (RTK-OTF).

This Special Issue of the Sensors journal will present the results of research describing the use of precise GNSS positioning methods in air navigation.

I widely encourage the submission of papers within the topic of the GNSS satellite technique in aerial navigation.

Deadline for abstract submissions: closed (31 March 2021).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 March 2022.

Topic Board

Dr. Damian Wierzbicki
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Associate Professor, Institute of Geospatial Engineering and Geodesy, Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geodesy, Military University of Technology, Warsaw, 00-908, Poland
Interests: photogrammetry; remote sensing; UAV; dense image matching; deep learning; image quality; image classification
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Dr. Kamil Krasuski
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Topic Associate Editor-in-Chief
Institute of Navigation, Military University of Aviation, 08-521 Dęblin, Poland
Interests: GPS; GLONASS; Galileo; SBAS; GBAS; accuracy; EGNOS; aircraft position; GNSS satellite positioning; accuracy analysis; elements of exterior orientation; UAV positioning; UAV orientation; UAV navigation; flight parameters of UAV
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Keywords

GPS; GLONASS; GNSS; BeiDou; Galileo; SBAS; GBAS; ABAS; Aircraft; Integrity; Continuity; Availability; Accuracy; SPP method; PPP method; DGNSS; RTK-OTF; IGS products; Single Difference; Double Difference; UAV Position; Flight trajectory; Aircraft Coordinates; Ambiguity Resolution; Atmosphere Delays in GNSS Observations

Relevant Journals List

Journal Name Impact Factor CiteScore Launched Year First Decision (median) APC
Energies
energies
2.702 3.8 2008 16.46 Days 2000 CHF Submit
Aerospace
aerospace
- 2.6 2014 15.57 Days 1400 CHF Submit
Applied Sciences
applsci
2.474 2.4 2011 14.06 Days 2000 CHF Submit
Remote Sensing
remotesensing
4.509 6.1 2009 16.36 Days 2400 CHF Submit
Sensors
sensors
3.275 5.0 2001 15.2 Days 2200 CHF Submit

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Modeling of Prospects for the Development of Regional Renewable Energy
Energies 2021, 14(8), 2221; https://doi.org/10.3390/en14082221 - 16 Apr 2021
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It has been proven that to solve the problems that arise in the combinatorial modeling of the prospects for the development of regional renewable energy, an algorithmically simple general combinatorial approach is the most appropriate option. The conceptual express method and corresponding mechanisms [...] Read more.
It has been proven that to solve the problems that arise in the combinatorial modeling of the prospects for the development of regional renewable energy, an algorithmically simple general combinatorial approach is the most appropriate option. The conceptual express method and corresponding mechanisms of the economic estimation of the efficiency of variants of the formation of regional systems of renewable energy have been suggested. These variants take into account the inflationary factors which serve as a basis of the analysis of investment and innovative projects of renewable energy sources by means of combinatorial modeling methods. To qualitatively analyze the effectiveness of the compared options, the system of existing indicators of the economic efficiency of renewable energy sources at the meso-level has been studied. The system was supplemented by informal and environmental indicators, the need for which is due to the fact that they have a significant impact on renewable energy in the region. Factors that significantly determine the effectiveness of the investment and innovation project for the introduction of renewable energy sources into the regional economy have been substantiated. Full article
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