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International Journal of Navigation and Observation covers the emerging concepts and applications in navigation, positioning, earth observation, and related fields.
Subject areas include (but are not limited to): urban and indoor localization and navigation; satellite-based navigation systems (GPS, Galileo, GLONASS, QZSS); space-based augmentation systems (WAAS); terrestrial navigation and integrated navigation; autonomous vehicle navigation; GNSS/INS integration; passive location and triangulation;time management and time synchronization; receiver and antenna design for GNSS; navigation warfare; anti-jamming technologies; bio-navigation; atmospheric effects; electromagnetic modeling and simulation; sensors (lidar, radar, sonar etc.) and sensor networks; mapping, surveying, and geodesy; data processing, data fusion, and feature extraction; laser technology for navigation, mapping, and remote sensing applications; waveform design; tracking and telemetry; image formation and processing; signal processing techniques for navigation and remote sensing; novel and emerging applications.