Publications

Category: Portal Last Updated: Thursday, 07 December 2017
  • A. Neri, R. Capua, A. Coluccia, F. Frittella, G. Olivieri, P. Salvatori, C. Stallo, A. Vennarini "High Integrity High Accuracy Positioning in Railway and Automotive Applications" , meeting at MIT in Rome on November 9, 2017 sponsored by ASI and ISTNAV;
  • Dr. Per K. Enge, "Cyber Safe Navigation for Planes, Trains and Automobiles” at Workshop sponsored by the Center for Automotive Research at Stanford USA on November 3, 2017;
  • S. Lo, S. Pullen, J. Blanch, Per K. Enge, Stanford University; Alessandro Neri, V. Palma, M. Salvitti, C. Stallo, RadioLabs, “Projected Performance of a Baseline High Integrity GNSS Railway Architecture under Nominal and Faulted Conditions”, ION GNSS+ Sept. 2017, Portland, OR, USA; (www.ion.org/gnss);
  • Filip, A. "Comparison of GNSS-based train position determination safety concepts for ERTMA/ETCS".  RHINOS Workshop at ION GNSS+ 2017, Portland, USA, Sept 2017;
  • Per K. Enge " Railway High Integrity Navigation Overlay System (RHINOS)" ESA/JRC International Summerschool on GNSS Longyearbyen, Svalbard-Spitsbergen (Norway) September 11, 2017 (www.esa-jrc-summerschool.org)
  • Grosch, O. García Crespillo, I. Martini and C. Günther, "Snapshot residual and Kalman Filter based fault detection and exclusion schemes for robust railway navigation," 2017 European Navigation Conference (ENC), Lausanne, 2017, pp. 36-47. doi: 10.1109/EURONAV.2017.7954171;
  • Filip, A. "Some Safety Aspects related to Train Position Determination for ERTMS/ ETCS: Start of Mission on Parallel Tracks" IGAW 2017 Workshop, SOGEI, Rome, 20-22 June 2017;
  • Filip, A. "Benefits of aviation specific risk for GNSS-based railway signalling". The European Safety and Reliability Conference ESREL 2017. Portorož, Slovenia, 18-22 June 2017;
  • Dr. Sherman Lo from Stanford GPS Laboratory (USA), "Robust and Trusted Navigation for Transportation" May 23-24, 8th Chinese Satellite Navigation Conference (CSNC 2017), Shanghai (CINA);
  • F. Rispoli "GNSS for Train Control Systems", at EU - Japan GNSS Mission, 8 March 2017, Tokyo;
  • A. Grosch, “High integrity for Rail, RHINOS project presentation” ARAIM (EU-U.S. Cooperation on Satellite Navigation Service Evolutions Subgroup ) WG-C in ENAC (Toulouse) during 4-6 April 2017;
  • Filip, A. "Safety Concepts and Analysis for EGNSS-based  ERTMS/ETCS: Benefits of Aviation Specific Risk for Railway Safety Integrity". 2nd RHINOS Workshop. European GNSS Agency, Prague, Czech Republic, 23-24 March 2017;
  • Filip, A. "Travelling Virtual Balise for ETCS". Int. J. Transp. Dev. Integr., Vol. 1, No. 3 (2017) pp. 578–588, WIT Press, Souhampton - Boston, ISSN: 2058-8313 (on line) and ISSN: 2058-8305 (paper format); 
  • Filip, A. "Benefits of aviation specific risk for GNSS-based railway signalling". RHINOS workshop, Stanford University, Nov 29th – Dec 2nd  2016;
  • Filip, A. a Pidanic, J. " The safety concept in avionics, rail, and automotive  applications"  RHINOS Workshop at  Stanford University, Palo-Alto, USA, November 29, 30 and December 1, 2016;
  • F. Rispoli "GNSS - the game changer for competitive train control systems" at INC 2016, Nov. 2016, Glasgow (UK);
  • A.Neri "RHINOS - Railway High Integrity Navigation Overlay System”, Sept. 20-25 INNOTRANS 2016, Berlin (GE) (www.innotrans.de);
  • A. Neri, V. Palma, F. Rispoli, S. Pullen, S. Zhang, S. Lo, P. Enge, “A Method for Multipath Detection and Mitigation in Railway Control Applications“, ION GNSS+ 2016, Portland, OR, U.S.A.;
  • A. Neri, S. Sabina, R. Capua, P. Salvatori, “Track Constrained RTK for Railway Applications“, ION GNSS+ 2016, Portland, OR, U.S.A.
  • Per K. Enge “Railway High Integrity Navigation Overlay System”, ESA/ JRC INTERNATIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL ON GNSS 2016, Ispra, Italy, 18-19 July 2016;
  • Filip, A. "Travelling Virtual Balise for ETCS". Proceedings of the COMPRAIL 2016, Madrid, 19th-21st July 2016;
  • Filip, A. "EGNOS-based Reactive Locator for the European Train Control System" Coordinates magazine, July 2016, India, pp. 11-16, (http://mycoordinates.org/egnos-based-reactive-locator-for-the-european-train-control-system/);
  • Filip, A.: Efficient use of multi-constellation EGNOS for the European Train Control System. Proceedings of the ENC GNSS 2016, Helsinki, 30th May-2nd June 2016;
  • Filip, A. "GNSS application method within ETCS: basis for efficient multi-constellation     solution”.  3rd Workshop - GNSS Technology advances in a multi-constellation framework, SOGEI, Rome, Italy,  21-22 February, 2016;

 

 

 

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