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Profession ========== Directeur adjoint du laboratoire GEOLOC Ingénieur de recherche en géolocalisation pour les systèmes de transport intelligents (ITS) et pour la navigation des piétons Biographie ========== Miguel Ortiz est ingénieur de recherche au laboratoire GEOLOC de l'IFSTTAR. Il a obtenu son diplôme d'ingénieur en Mécanique, automatisme et ingénierie en 2001 à l'Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'Arts et Métiers. Il a rejoint le laboratoire après 6 ans passés dans une entreprise où il était "architecte système" pour des applications automobiles. Expert en systèmes électroniques embarqués, ses intérêts scientifiques se concentrent sur le développement des nouvelles technologies autour de la navigation des ITS et des piétons. Depuis 2017, il est le coordinateur (convenor) du groupe européen de normalisation CEN/CENELEC JTC5-WG1 "Navigation and positioning receivers for road applications". Expérience professionnelle ========================== ### 2019-2020 : Directeur adjoint du laboratoire GEOLOC à l'Université Gustave Eiffel - Responsable au niveau européen de la normalisation des systèmes GNSS pour le domaine routier (CEN-TC5-WG1) - Ingénieur de Recherche dans le domaine de la navigation pédestre (indoor / outdoor) et dans le domaine de la qualité de service GNSS pour les transports routiers - Pilote du développement des équipements de recherche sur la navigation multimodale - Expert dans le domaine de la qualification des capteurs GNSS ### 2008-2018 : Ingénieur de recherche en géolocalisation à l'IFSTTAR - Co-Responsable au niveau européen de la normalisation des systèmes GNSS pour le domaine routier (CEN-TC5-WG1) - Ingénieur de Recherche dans le domaine de la navigation pédestre (indoor / outdoor) et dans le domaine de la qualité de service GNSS pour les transports routiers - Pilote du développement des équipements de recherche sur la navigation multimodale - Expert dans le domaine de la qualification des capteurs GNSS ### 2002-2007 : Architecte de systèmes embarqués à GEENSYS - Architecte matériel et logiciel - Expert en protocoles de communication automobile (CAN, LIN, FlexRay) - Développeur logiciel pour le domaine automobile ### 2001-2002 : Ingénieur en conception et développement logiciel à SECMAIR - Responsable des nouvelles architectures électroniques multiplexées Formation ========= ### 1998-2001 : Ingénieur Arts et Métiers - École Nationale Supérieure d’Arts et Métiers (ENSAM), France - Mécanique, Science et Ingénierie de l’Automatisation ### 1996-1998 : Classes préparatoires aux grandes écoles - Lycée Joliot-Curie de Rennes, France - PTSI-PT : physique, technologie et sciences de l'ingénieur Principaux projets ================== ### Internationaux eMAPS (H2020), CEN/CENELEC TC5-WG1 (Normalisation), IPIN2018 (organisation), ESCAPE (H2020), INLANE (H2020-Galileo), Action COST SaPPART, CVIS (FP6-IST) ### Nationaux CyborgLOC (ANR/DGA challenge MALIN), EcoTaxe Poids Lourds, SCOOP@F (DG MOVE), CityVIP (ANR), CIEC, CTS-SAT, EGNOS on the Road ### Expertises COFRAC (domaine GNSS), Thalès Alénia Space (CNES), Normalisation (BNAE), SNCF, INTURB (DGITM)
Position ======== Head deputy of GEOLOC Laboratory. Research engineer in the field of Geopositioning for Intelligent Transport Systems and for Pedestrian Navigation Systems. Bio === Miguel Ortiz is a research engineer at GEOLOC Laboratory from IFSTTAR. He received his M.Sc. degree in Mechanics, automation and engineering in 2001 from Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Arts et Métiers. He joined the lab after 6 years spent in a company where he managed systems architecture for automotive applications. Expert in embedded electronic systems, his scientific interests focus on sw/hw developments for both ITS and pedestrian navigation research field. Since 2017 he is the convenor of CEN/CENELEC TC5-WG1 named "Navigation and positioning receivers for road applications". He has now 12 years of experience in the GNSS domain (research engineer). Since 2019 he is the head deputy of GEOLOC laboratory in Nantes campus of Gustave Eiffel University. Expérience professionnelle ========================== ### 2019-2020 : Head deputy of GEOLOC Laboratory at University Gustave Eiffel - Convenor of European CEN-TC5-WG1 standardization group working on GNSS system for road domain - Research in the field of Pedestrian navigation (indoor / outdoor) - Research in the field of GNSS quality of service for Road Transport services - Expertise in the field of Assessment of GNSS sensors for road transport applications - Participation to national and European research projects ### 2008-2018 : Research in the field of GNSS quality of service for Road Transport services at IFSTTAR - co-Convenor of European CEN-TC5-WG1 standardization group working on GNSS system for road domain - Expertise in the field of Assessment of GNSS sensors for road transport applications - Research in the field of Sensor data fusion for lane-level positioning with integrity of road vehicles - Participation to national and European research projects ### 2002-2007 : Embedded systems architect at GEENSYS - Hardware and software architect - Expertise in automotive protocol (CAN bus, LIN, FlexRay) - Software developer for automotive domain ### 2001-2002 : Design and development software engineer at SECMAIR - Responsible for new multiplexed electronic architectures. EDUCATION ========= ### 1998-2001 : Engineer degree - Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Arts et Métiers (ENSAM), (France) - Mechanics, Automation Science and Engineering ### 1996-1998 : preparatory classes for the « grandes écoles » - Lycée Joliot-Curie at Rennes, France - PTSI-PT : physics, technology and engineering Main projects ============= ### International eMAPS (H2020), CEN/CENELEC TC5-WG1 (Normalisation), IPIN2018 (organisation), ESCAPE (H2020), INLANE (H2020-Galileo), Action COST SaPPART, CVIS (FP6-IST) ### National CyborgLOC (ANR/DGA challenge MALIN), EcoTaxe Poids Lourds, SCOOP@F (DG MOVE), CityVIP (ANR), CIEC, CTS-SAT, EGNOS on the Road ### Expertises COFRAC (expert GNSS), Thalès Alénia Space (CNES), Standard (BNAE), SNCF, INTURB (DGITM)

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Offsite evaluation of localization systems: criteria, systems and results from IPIN 2021-22 competitions

Francesco Potortì , Antonino Crivello , Soyeon Lee , Blagovest Vladimirov , Sangjoon Park
IEEE Journal of Indoor and Seamless Positioning and Navigation, 2024, pp.1-39. ⟨10.1109/JISPIN.2024.3355840⟩
Journal articles hal-04467171v1

Performance analysis of low-cost GNSS stations for structural health monitoring of civil engineering structures

Nicolas Manzini , André Orcesi , Christian Thom , Marc-Antoine Brossault , Serge Botton
Structure and Infrastructure Engineering, inPress, pp.1 - 17. ⟨10.1080/15732479.2020.1849320⟩
Journal articles hal-03032752v1

Management of road speed sectioning to lower vehicle energy consumption

alex coiret , Pierre-Olivier Vandanjon , Emir Deljanin , Miguel Ortiz , Tristan Lorino
Transportation Research Procedia, 2020, 45, pp.724-731. ⟨10.1016/j.trpro.2020.02.105⟩
Journal articles hal-04442024v1
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Machine Learning-Based Zero-Velocity Detection for Inertial Pedestrian Navigation

Yacouba Kone , Ni Zhu , Valérie Renaudin , Miguel Ortiz
IEEE Sensors Journal, 2020, 11p. ⟨10.1109/JSEN.2020.2999863⟩
Journal articles hal-02879906v1

Evaluating Indoor Positioning Systems in a Shopping Mall: The Lessons Learned From the IPIN 2018 Competition

Valérie Renaudin , Miguel Ortiz , Johan Perul , Et Al.
IEEE Access, 2019, 7, pp.148594 - 148628. ⟨10.1109/ACCESS.2019.2944389⟩
Journal articles hal-02355580v1

Préparation de la compétition internationale de localisation intérieure IPIN : cartographie de parcours piétons

Valérie Renaudin , Nicolas Moreau , Antoine Billey , Alexandre Lamblin , Jasper Vos
Revue XYZ, 2018, 155, pp. 17-21
Journal articles hal-01896630v1
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Improving Accuracy and Integrity with a Probabilistic Urban Trench Modeling

David Bétaille , François Peyret , Miguel Ortiz , Stéphan Miquel , Frédéric Godan
Navigation, 2016, 63 (3), pp.283-294. ⟨10.1002/navi.145⟩
Journal articles hal-04462720v1

Utilisation de véhicules traceurs pour la restitution automatique de l'état du réseau routier : l'application MIRANDA

Jean Marc Martin , Fabien Menant , Daniel Meignen , Miguel Ortiz , David Betaille
TEC Mobilité intelligente [Revue TEC : Transport Environnement Circulation], 2015, 224/225, 10p
Journal articles hal-01661705v1

GNSS AUTONOMOUS LOCALIZATION

François Peyret , David Bétaille , Carolina Pinana , Rafael Toledo Moreo , Antonio Skarmeta
IEEE Robotics and Automation Magazine, 2014
Journal articles hal-04462317v1
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About Non-Line-Of-Sight Satellite Detection and Exclusion in a 3D Map-Aided Localization Algorithm

Sébastien Peyraud , David Betaille , Stéphane Renault , Miguel Ortiz , Florian Mougel
Sensors, 2013, 13 (1), pp.829-847
Journal articles hal-00919341v1

A new modeling based on urban trenches to improve GNSS positioning Quality of Service in cities

David Betaille , François Peyret , Miguel Ortiz , Stéphan Miquel , Leila Fontenay
IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Magazine, 2013, 5 (3), p59-70. ⟨10.1109/MITS.2013.2263460⟩
Journal articles hal-00915788v1

From Lab to Road Test: Using a Reference Vehicle for Solving GNSS Localization Challenges

Miguel Ortiz , François Peyret , Valérie Renaudin , David Betaille
Inside GNSS, 2013, 8 (5), 19p
Journal articles hal-00915787v1

Datasets and Supporting Materials for the IPIN 2023 Competition Track 4 (Foot-Mounted IMU based Positioning, offsite-online)

Miguel Ortiz , Ni Zhu , Ziyou Li , Valérie Renaudin , Joaquin Torres-Sospedra
IPIN 2023, Fraunhofer Institute, Sep 2023, Nuremberg, Germany. ⟨10.5281/zenodo.8399764⟩
Conference papers hal-04414079v1

EPICURE Project – A Step Further Towards EGNOS use in Payment Liability Critical Applications for users in Road Insurance

Hélène Delfour , Roland Frenkiel , Miguel Ortiz , Ni Zhu , Silvia Porfili
2022 International Technical Meeting of The Institute of Navigation, ION, Jan 2022, Long Beach, United States. pp.292-309, ⟨10.33012/2022.18175⟩
Conference papers hal-04469902v1

Datasets and Supporting Materials for the IPIN 2022 Competition Track 4 (Foot-Mounted IMU based Positioning, offsite-online)

Miguel Ortiz , Ni Zhu , Ziyou Li , Valérie Renaudin
IPIN 2022, Wuhan university, Sep 2022, Beijing, China. ⟨10.5281/zenodo.10497364⟩
Conference papers hal-04414026v1

Datasets and Supporting Materials for the IPIN 2021 Competition Track 4 (Foot-Mounted IMU based Positioning, offsite-online)

Miguel Ortiz , Ni Zhu , Ziyou Li , Valérie Renaudin
IPIN 2021, FACULTY OF COMPUTER SCIENCE, MULTIMEDIA AND TELECOMMUNICATION DE CATALUNYA, Nov 2021, LLORET DEL MAR, Spain. ⟨10.5281/zenodo.10497732⟩
Conference papers hal-04413982v1

Precise positioning on smartphones: which implementation strategy to adopt?

Céline Ragoin , Valérie Renaudin , Miguel Ortiz
4th GNSS Raw Measurements Taskforce Workshop, May 2020, PRAGUE, France. 12p
Conference papers hal-02768847v1
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EN 16803/ Référentiel Européen de géolocalisation pour certifier les solutions de Mobilité

Christelle Dulery , Miguel Ortiz , Xavier Leblan
47ème Congrès ATEC ITS France, Jan 2020, PARIS, France. 9p
Conference papers hal-02539828v1
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Management of road speed sectioning to lower vehicle energy consumption

Alex Coiret , Pierre Olivier Vandanjon , Emir Deljanin , Miguel Ortiz , Tristan Lorino
TIS Roma 2019, AIIT 2nd International Congress on Transport Infrastructure and Systems in a changing world, Sep 2019, Rome, Italy. 8p
Conference papers hal-02303574v3

Seamless Indoor-Outdoor Infrastructure-free Navigation for Pedestrians and Vehicles with GNSS-aided Foot-mounted IMU

Ni Zhu , Miguel Ortiz , Valérie Renaudin
2019 International Conference on Indoor Positioning and Indoor Navigation (IPIN), Sep 2019, PISE, Italy. 8 p
Conference papers hal-02371686v1

véhicules autonomes

Valérie Renaudin , Miguel Ortiz
59e congrès annuel du club EEA, Jun 2019, RENNES, France
Conference papers hal-02158551v1

Use of low-cost GNSS receivers for Structural Health Monitoring

Nicolas Manzini , André Orcesi , Christian Thom , Serge Botton , Antoine Clement
40th IABSE Symposium : Tomorrow's Megastructures, Sep 2018, NANTES, France. 8 p
Conference papers hal-01914930v1

Structural Health Monitoring using a GPS sensor network

Nicolas Manzini , André Orcesi , Christian Thom , Antoine Clement , Serge Botton
9th European Workshop on Structural Health Monitoring Series (EWSHM), Jul 2018, MANCHESTER, France. 12 p
Conference papers hal-01915943v1

Foot-mounted pedestrian navigation reference with tightly coupled GNSS carrier phases, inertial and magnetic data

Julien Le Scornec , Miguel Ortiz , Valerie Renaudin
2017 International Conference on Indoor Positioning and Indoor Navigation (IPIN), Sep 2017, SAPPORO, Japan. p. 18-21, ⟨10.1109/IPIN.2017.8115882⟩
Conference papers hal-01741673v1
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Using probe vehicles for pavement monitoring: experimental results from tests performed on a road network

Fabien Menant , Jean Marc Martin , Daniel Meignen , David Betaille , Miguel Ortiz
TRA 2016, European Research and Technology Conference on Transport and Mobility, Apr 2016, VARSOVIE, Poland. pp. 3013-3020, ⟨10.1016/j.trpro.2016.05.438⟩
Conference papers hal-01660878v1

Towards a single system architecture for road defects monitoring and near-miss accidents data collection - MIRANDA / SVRAI

Thierry Serre , Claire Naude , Michèle Guilbot , Maxime Dubois-Lounis , Daniel Lechner
FIRM 15 - FEHRL Infrastructure Research Meeting, Apr 2015, Bruxelles, Belgium. 26p
Conference papers hal-01213979v1
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How to enhance accuracy and integrity of satellite positioning for mobility pricing in cities: the Urban Trench method

David Betaille , François Peyret , Miguel Ortiz
Transport Research Arena TRA 2014, Apr 2014, PARIS, France. 8p
Conference papers hal-01206082v1

Smartphone based gait analysis using STFT and wavelet transform for indoor navigation

Dong Han , Valérie Renaudin , Miguel Ortiz
IPIN 2014 - International Conference on Indoor Positioning and Indoor Navigation, Oct 2014, BUSAN, France. pp 157-166, ⟨10.1109/IPIN.2014.7275480⟩
Conference papers hal-01218882v1

Improving accuracy and integrity with a probabilistic Urban Trench modeling

David Betaille , François Peyret , Miguel Ortiz , Stéphan Miquel , Frédéric Godan
27th International Technical Meeting of The Satellite Division of the Institute of Navigation, Sep 2014, TAMPA, United States. pp.1891-1896
Conference papers hal-01470492v1

GNSS accurate positioning including satellite visibility check in a multiple hypotheses 3D mapping framework

David Betaille , François Peyret , Miguel Ortiz , Stéphan Miquel , Leila Fontenay
European Navigation Conference, Apr 2013, Austria. 1p
Conference papers hal-00915791v1

Adaptative pedestrian displacement estimation with a smartphone

Valérie Renaudin , Vincent Demeule , Miguel Ortiz
2013 International Conference on Indoor Positioning and Indoor Navigation - IPIN, Oct 2013, BELFORT, France. 9p, ⟨10.1109/IPIN.2013.6817901⟩
Conference papers hal-01470447v1

Using road constraints to progress in real-time NLOS detection

David Betaille , Sébastien Peyraud , Florian Mougel , Stéphane Renault , Miguel Ortiz
Workshop Navigation, Perception, Accurate Positioning and Mapping for Intelligent Vehicles, Jun 2012, Alcala de Henares, Spain. 6 p
Conference papers hal-00918245v1

Real-time 2D localization of a car-like mobile robot using dead reckoning and GPS, with satellite masking prediction

Eric Lucet , Damien Sallé , Joseph Canou , David Betaille , Donnay Fleury Nahimana
accurate localization for land transportation, 2009, paris, France. Workshop proceedings, Actes n° 125
Conference papers hal-00920642v1

Real-time 2D localization of a car-like mobile robot using dead reckoning and GPS, with satellite masking prediction

Eric Lucet , David Betaille , Nahimana Donnay Fleury , Miguel Ortiz , Damien Salle
Accurate localization for land transportation Workshop, Jun 2009, France. pp.15-18
Conference papers hal-00919802v1