Position Location and Navigation Symposium (IEEE Aerospace & Ele)

Venue: Doral Palm Springs Resort

Location: Palm Springs, California, United States

Event Date/Time: Apr 15, 2002 End Date/Time: Apr 18, 2002
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Welcome to PLANS
IEEE PLANS 2002 APRIL 15 TO 18, 2002 - PALM SPRINGS, CA


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Welcome

IEEE, the world's largest professional engineering organization, through its Aerospace And Electronics Systems Society (AESS), invites you to attend and enjoy PLANS 2002. We sponsor the Position Location and Navigation Symposium (PLANS) every two years. PLANS 2002 will focus on electronic systems, technologies and applications which are operationally important now, and on those new developments that will affect the future of navigation. PLANS has an excellent reputation for providing a broad spectrum of high-quality, technically-significant papers and tutorials.

Announcements


Download GPS Modernization Briefing (PLANS IEEE, Mar 00) 04-18-00
PLANS 2002 will be held from 15 to 18 April 2002 in in Palm Springs, CA. 04-18-00
Provide us with your contact information for PLANS 2002! 04-18-00
... list of previous announcements.


The Symposium will be held at the
Doral in Palm Springs, CA from
April 15th through 18th, 2002.

Venue

Doral Palm Springs Resort, P.O. Box 1644, Palm Springs, California United States of America 92263
Palm Springs
California
United States
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Additional Information

Aerospace & Electronic Systems Society (AESS) Aerospace & Electronic Systems Society Opens Lines of Communications/ Technology Exchange Fields of Interest Members of the Aerospace & Electronic Systems Society (AESS) of the IEEE are interested in the design, integration, test, and analysis of large, complex systems consisting of major subsystems that contain dissimilar electronic devices. Most of our members work on sensor systems (radar. sonar, optics, and navigation), communications systems, command and control centers, avionics, space systems, military systems, digital signal processing simulators, and software development. Some members work on robotics, energy, and transportation systems. Membership Benefits The only professional society dealing with total integrated electronic systems and the enabling technologies. AESS pioneered large-scale integrated interoperable systems We interact with all technical societies and organizations Panel and committee membership Conferences and symposia Present papers Prizes and awards for technical accomplishments Benefit from our Distinguished Lecturer Series All members receive Aerospace and Electronic Systems magazine and a discount on Transactions. Technology areas include: Command, control and communication systems; energy conversion; intelligent systems; navigation and tracking systems; radar; robotics; simulations and instrumentation; sonar and undersea systems; space systems; automatic test systems; vehicular systems; and modular integrated electronics. AESS Affiliate status is available to those who do not wish to become IEEE members but wish to affiliate with the AES Society. Conferences AESS sponsors conferences nationally and internationally to foster the transfer of technical accomplishment and to encourage personal interaction among engineers in specific technologies. Panels AESS sponsored panels establish recognized technology standards. Chapters Members hear recognized experts' technical presentation and participate in field trips organized around local AESS chapters located all over the world. Board of Governors Members of the Board of Governors serve three year terms. Forum for Aerospace and Electronic Systems The FAES provides the AES community with news and information related to aerospace and electronic systems. AESS Transactions and AESS Magazine Indices of the AESS Transactions and the AESS Magazine may now be viewed online! Summaries of papers that will appear in the next issue of the AESS Transactions may also be viewed! Professional Activities Committee The Professional Activities Committee is responsible for the non-technical issues concerning AESS members. IEEE Headquarters maintains a web site for Awards and Fellow Activites. IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems The Editor-in-Chief of the IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems is Dr. W. Dale Blair. His biographical summary may be downloaded. Instructions are provided for authors for the IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems. A listing is also provided for all other AESS Transaction Editors and Associates. Transactions_Info.html You may now submit your application for new membership into the IEEE and the AESS on-line. (This process is not applicable for students or for renewing membership.) This Web Membership Application will guide you through the following: General Applicant Information Contact Information Educational and Business Profile IEEE Services (Memberships and Publications) Membership Application Summary You may either pay on-line by credit card, or print your completed application and mail with your payment to: IEEE Admission and Advancement Department 445 Hoes Lane PO Box 459 Piscataway, NJ 08855-0459 USA You may also fax your completed application, if credit card information is included, to: 1-732-981-0225. Please visit the Web site of the IUGREEE (Industry, University, Government Roundtable on Enhancing Engineering Education). The IEEE-USA Job Listing Service can help members locate new employment opportunities. The new Chairman of the AESS Fellow Evaluation Committee is: D. Subbaram Naidu Measurement and Control Engineering Research Center College of Engineering Idaho State University Pocatello, Idaho 83209-8060 Tel: 208-282-2307 FAX: 208-282-4538 E-mail: naiduds@isu.edu