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March 16th, 2011
Call – Global Navigation and Satellite System (GNSS)

GNSS activities have gained impetus in past five years due to the phenomenon success of NAVSTAR GPS. Now, GPS has become part of daily lives and has even become necessary in mobile phones and vehicles. To keep positioning and location based services go on with higher accuracy and reliability several new systems are being launched and tremendous research work is going on in many renowned centers and institutions.  This special issue aims at compiling some of these outputs for the benefit of all researchers as a reference material.
All the papers should be prepared based on “Author Information” of International Journal of Geoinformatics. Please visit the website for more information http://www.j-geoinfo.net
Please submit your paper to nitingis@gmail.com by May 30, 2011.
Please feel free to contact for any clarification and become part of this special issue.

Dr. Nitin Kumar TripathiPresident, Association for GeoInformation Technology (AgIT) Editor-in-Chief, International Journal of Geoinformatics Director, UNIGIS Centre, AITCoordinator, Remote Sensing and GISAsian Institute of TechnologyP.O. Box:44, Klong Luang, Pathumthani 12120, ThailandPhone: +66-81751 8384 (Mobile), +66-2-524 6392 (Office), Fax: +66-2-524 5597E-mail:nitingis@gmail.com