Sorokin Sergey

Enrolled in OmGPU university at the Physics and Mathematics department in 1981 and graduated it in 1986.
From 1984 to 1986 as a graduate student was working in the laboratory on the radio waves propagation in the ionosphere.
After graduation from the university was working as a teacher of physics and mathematics at a rural school.
In 1990 he returned to the alma mater as a lecturer continued to work in radio physics laboratory. At the same year he started postgraduate study.
In 1996 retired from the university. From 1996 to 2009 was working in various commercial structures as deputy director, commercial director, director general.
In 2000's one of the areas of commercial activity was a collaboration with FSUE "Goszemkadastrsyomka"-VISHAGI, which included initiating pilot aerial flight, flying laboratory equipment for this purpose, servicing and upgrading aerophototopography equipment, repair of GNSS receivers. Solving these problems led to the starting of a laboratory at FSUE "Goszemkadastrsyomka"-VISHAGI.
Further development of the laboratory led to starting Industrial Geodetic Systems R&D company in 2010.


«Navigation and information technologies for efficient state and municipal management»
«Problems and Prospects of the GNSS Ground-Based Infrastructure for High Accuracy Positioning in Russia»
Within the scope of report speaker has given an analysis of up-to-date state of Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) land infrastructure. GNSS makes possible perform precise positioning and navigation.
The speaker's cited as an example experience of a deployment of GNSS reference stations network in Omsk Region, Russia. The speaker's presented Industrial Geodetic Systems R & D company. All hardware and software was depeloped by Industrial Geodetic Systems company.
Topical issues of certification of equipment and GNSS reference stations networks have been touched.
Problems of satellite measurements collection and transmission, which are being arisen during the creation of satellite data storage centers, have been considered as a separate point.
The speaker's closely examined a question of the possibility of commercialization of project "Land Infrastructure for GNSS precise positioning".
The issues over regional networks and the CIS countries' networks integration into the single system as well as international cooperation experience have been brought up.
Proposals for cooperation with organizations interested in development of ground infrastructure in the Russian Federation and abroad, network users GNSS reference stations and potential consumers of satellite data have been announced.