Ritsumeikan University, Japan
Yukihiro Kubo received the B.S. (1997), M.S. (1999) and Ph.D. (2002) degrees in electrical and electronic engineering from Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto, Japan. He worked in the production section of GPS carnavigation systems at Mitsubishi Electric Corp., Sanda Works from 2002 to 2004. He joined Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering of Ritsumeikan University in 2004, and he is presently a professor. His research interests include GPS/GNSS signal processing and INS/GNSS integration systems.
1. H. Hasegawa, G. Okuda, Y. Kubo and S. Sugimoto: A New GNSS Relative Positioning Algorithm Based on Alternative Use of the Positions of Reference Receivers, Proceedings of the 49th ISCIE International Symposium on Stochastic Systems Theory and Its Applications, pp. 137-141, Jun.,2018.
2. K. Abe, Y. Arakawa, Y. Kubo and S. Sugimoto: GNSS Integer Ambiguity Resolution Methods Applied by Kalman Filter –The Review and Comparison, Proceedings of the 49th ISCIE International Symposium on Stochastic Systems Theory and Its Applications, pp. 131-136, Jun., 2018.
Keynote Title: Principle of Precise GNSS Positioning and Its Applications to Disaster Monitoring Systems in Japan
Recently, a lot of services are provided based on location information based on GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite Systems). In this presentation, the principle of satellite positioning is reviewed. There exist many methods and algorithms for satellite positioning, very simple and fundamental method as well as precise positioning methods are focused on. In the latter half of the presentation, as case studies of the application of precise satellite positioning, two systems for disaster monitoring and mitigation operated in Japan are introduced. One is the GNSS reference station network (GEONET), and another is the GPS ocean and tsunami monitoring system.