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  1. 1. Publications Mestayer, P., M. Coantic, J.P. Barboux, S. Thiry & H. de Trevillers, 1982, Méthodes de mesure de concentration de CO2 atmosphérique pour l'estimation du flux vertical local, La Météorologie, VI° série, N°29, 33-43. Mestayer, P., J.P. Barboux & M. Coantic, 1983, Spécification pour un appareil de mesure de flux de CO2 atmosphérique, Journal de Recherches Atmosphériques, 17, N°1, 13-3 Jean-Pierre Barboux, 1990, “Differential GPS: Summary of 2 years of experimentation and presentation of new equipment”, Hydrographic Society Benelux branch Workshop, Delft 1990 Jean-Pierre Barboux, 1991, “Sercel DGPS Systems: An Overview of Operational Results”, ION GPS-91 Proceedings of the Fourth International Technical Meeting of the Satellite Division of the Institute of Navigation September 11-13, 1991, Albuquerque, NM Jean-Pierre Barboux, 1993, “Setting out in real time with a Manpack DGPS: a new concept in land surveying.” Proceedings of the 2nd Int. Symposium on Differential Satellite Navigation Systems (DSNS 93), Amsterdam, The Netherlands, March 29 - April 2, 1993 Jean-Pierre Barboux, 1993, "Data Links for Real Time Differential. GPS: New technical Solutions", in Proceedings of the 2nd Int. Symposium on Differential Satellite Navigation Systems (DSNS93), Amsterdam, The Netherlands, March 29 - April 2, 1993 Jean-Pierre Barboux,1993, "An Assessment of Differential GPS Performance with Respect to User - Reference Separation," Proceedings of the 6th International Technical Meeting of the Satellite Division of The Institute of Navigation (ION GPS 1993), Salt Lake City, UT, September 1993, pp. 1255-1266 Jean-Pierre Barboux, 1994, “SYLETRACK: the positioning system for Paris airports SALADIN Surface Movement Guidance and Control System”, Royal Institute of Navigation NAV 94 conference "TRANSPORT 2000", London, November 1994. Jean-Pierre Barboux, 1994, “Practical Real Time Kinematic Applications of GPS”, in Proceedings of the 3rd Int. Symposium on Differential Satellite Navigation Systems (DSNS 94), London, UK. UK Offshore Operators Association (UKOOA) Surveying & Positioning Committee, 1994, “Guidelines for the use of Differential GPS in Offshore Surveying”, issue 1 (contribution to drafting workshop) Jean-Pierre Barboux, 1995, “Present SERCEL equipment for vehicle traffic tracking.” Arab Institute of Navigation Conference on GPS (SPS 95) in Alexandria, Egypt, December 1995 Jean-Pierre Barboux, 1995, “Use of the KART Principles for Real Time Centimetre Surveys”. Proceedings of 4th Int. Symposium on Differential Satellite Navigation Systems (DSNS 95), Bergen, Norway
  2. 2. Jean-Pierre Barboux, 1996, “GPSTRACK : The integration of DGPS and advanced, high capacity data link for true real time fleet monitoring.”, joint Royal Institute of Navigation and German Institute of Navigation conference EURNAV-96, London, 18–19 June 1996. Jean-Pierre Barboux, 1996, “Recent Developments in Precise and Ultra Precise DGPS Positioning (Enhanced DGPS)”, Proceedings of 5th Int. Symposium on Differential Satellite Navigation Systems DSNS -96, vol. 2, St. Petersburg, Мау 1996 Jean-Pierre Barboux, 1997, “NR 203: A new survey receiver offering UKOOA compliance and multi differential capability”, Hydrographic Society Benelux branch Workshop, LE Papendrecht, June 1997 René Gounon, Jean-Pierre Barboux, 1997, “DASSAULT-SERCEL NP's KART technique extended to dual-frequency reception : New applications are made possible” Proceedings of the 10th International Technical Meeting of the Satellite Division of The Institute of Navigation (ION GPS 1997), Kansas City, MO, September 1997, pp. 1773-1779. René Gounon, Jean-Pierre Barboux, 1998, “Enhanced Differential GPS Using Dual Frequency. Data: A Robust Decimetre Level Positioning Technique for Long Distance Operation.”, Position Location and Navigation Symposium, IEEE 1998 (PLANS 98), Issue Date: 20-23 Apr 1998, Location: Palm Springs, CA Jean-Pierre Barboux, 1999, “SBAS An Extension of the Global Positioning System.” In GNSS 99 Conference Proceedings, 3rd European Symposium, Genoa, Italy, Oct. 5-8, 1999 and 4th International Symposium on Satellite Navigation Technology & Applications Brisbane, 21 - 23 July 1999 Jean-Pierre Barboux, 2000, “Navigation & Positioning Practices in the Offshore Industry”, Proceedings of the International Symposium GEOMARK 2000, Paris, France, 10-12 April 2000 Pascal Lutz, René Gounon, Jean-Pierre Barboux, 2001, “THALES Navigation's LRK®, an improved RTK solution for long baselines: current technique, applications to topography, field results and potential developments”, NavSat 2001, Nice Acropolis, France, 13-15 November, 2001 Articles The Hydrographic Journal, N°56 April 1990 “An evaluation of SERCEL Long Range differential GPS system” Jean-Pierre Barboux, Serge Bourasseau, Lt Commander David Boutle, John B.O. Pybus Geomatics Info Magazine, Volume 11, No.11, 1997 “Enhanced DGPS: The Best of Two GPS Worlds.” Jean-Pierre Barboux Inside GNSS magazine, Volume 1, Number 6 September 2006 “Galileo Services: Industry’s Role in Building Galileo Markets” Sergio Barbedo (Skysof), Miguel Ángel Martínez Olagüe (GMV), Rob van Essen (Tele Atlas), Liévin Quoidbach (Navteq), Jean-Pierre Barboux (Thales), Gard Ueland (Kongsberg Seatex)
  3. 3. Galileo's World, Autumn 2000, S. 12-17. “The First EGNOS Trials at Sea: In Columbus' Wake.” Luigi Sinapi, Sally Basker, Giorgio Solari, Hugues Secretan, and Jean-Pierre Barboux Revue Centraliens N° 548 - Juillet - Aout 2003 “La navigation par satellites des origines à Galileo” Jean-Pierre Barboux Conferences Conseil National de l’Information Géographique, Commission permanente Positionnement Statique et Dynamique (CNIG – Commission PSD), réunion du 14 Juin1994. “Applications cinématiques temps-réel du GPS : Le système KART de la SERCEL” Jean-Pierre Barboux (SERCEL) Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées : “Le Transport Intelligent : les nouvelles technologies appliquées à la gestion de trafic et aux transports”, 9-10 Juin 1998, Paris “Les systèmes de positionnement pour les transports” Jean-Pierre Barboux GNSS 2001, Seville, Spain, May 2001 “GALILEO Receivers activities in GALA.” Jean-Pierre Barboux Ecole Nationale des Sciences Géographiques : Forum Technique GPS 2002, 28 novembre 2002, “GALILEO : architecture du système et performances prévues” Jean-Pierre Barboux Journées Scientifiques et Techniques 2003 du CETMEF, Mars 2003 “Introduction à Galileo” Jean-Pierre Barboux Convergence ’03, conférence de l’Association Aéronautique et Astronautique de France, Paris Décembre 2003 “Aspects Economiques de GALILEO” Jean-Pierre BARBOUX – THALES Navigation ENST Bretagne avec Mines Informatique, Arts et Métiers Informatique “Le GPS et le projet Galiléo”, 20 janvier 2004 à l’hôtel d’Iéna, Paris Intervenant(s) Jean Pierre Barboux : Thalès Navigation Bernard Mathieu : Directeur des Programmes de Radiocommunications au Centre National d'Etudes Spatiales (CNES) Roger Pagny : Responsable du projet Galileo pour la France au Ministère de l'Equipement et des Transports, Position Location and Navigation Symposium, IEEE 1994, (PLANS 2004), Monterey, CA Session D5: Indoor Navigation Chair: Jean-Pierre Barboux
  4. 4. MEITO (Mission pour l’Electronique, l’Informatique et les Télécommunications de l’Ouest): “Galileo: Une coopération interrégionale pour dresser de réelles opportunités de développement sur un marché porteur”, Supelec Rennes, 30 Septembre 2004 “Le point de vue d’un équipementier international” Jean-Pierre Barboux Conseil National de l’Information Géographique, Commission permanente Positionnement Statique et Dynamique (CNIG – Commission PSD), réunion du 5 Octobre 2004. “Traitement des signaux GPS” Jean-Pierre Barboux Navigation Europe 2006, June 2006, London “Galileo: an Enabler of Liability Critical Applications and Services” Jean Pierre Barboux : Thales Navigation & Round Table : “The impact of Galileo on the European navigation value chain” • Discover how the Galileo system will impact car makers and tier 1s’ businesses, e.g. compatibility and cost • Explore the advantages of Galileo, i.e. higher accuracy and how to profit from it • Expert tips on how Galileo’s combination of free and paid services will affect the navigation market • Identify the integration issues and how to update your system Jean-Pierre Barboux, Director Business Development, Thales Glen Gibbons, Editor, Inside GNSS Magazine Adam Tucker of Galileo Masters Mattias Astrom, CEO, NordNav Technologies AB Ecole Nationale des Sciences Gégraphiques : Forum Technique GPS 2007, 31 janvier 2007, “Overview of the Galileo Programme and Services” Jean-Pierre Barboux TransNav’2007 – The 7th International Navigational Symposium on Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation, 20 to 22 June 2007, Gdynia, Poland Round Table: “Galileo: A Significant Benefit to Marine Navigation?”. Chair: Prof. Vidal Ashkenazi, Chief Executive Nottingham Scientific Ltd., UK Mr Jean-Pierre Barboux, Galileo Applications Development Manager, Thales, France Mr Carlo des Dorides, Head of the Concession Department European GNSS Supervisory Authority (GSA), Italy Mr Rolf Backstrom, Finnish Maritime Administration and IALA, Finland Capt Dick Smith, President of the International Association of Institutes of Navigation, UK Prof. Adam Weintrit, Head of Navigational Department, Gdynia Maritime University, Poland Navigation Europe 2007 June 6-7, Amsterdam “Galileo: Enhancing Trust In Satellite Navigation” Jean-Pierre Barboux

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