INC 2015: RIN International Navigation Conference

INC 2015: RIN International Navigation Conference
Piccadilly Gardens, Manchester

The Royal Institute of Navigation’s International Navigation Conference 2015 will be held at the Manchester Conference Centre in Manchester, England from February 24 – 26, 2015.

The abstract submission deadline is September 30, 2014

Booking, Exhibition and Sponsorship for the three-day event open in early September 2014.

The Royal Institute of Navigation’s International Navigation Conference 2015 will be held at the Manchester Conference Centre in Manchester, England from February 24 – 26, 2015.

The abstract submission deadline is September 30, 2014

Booking, Exhibition and Sponsorship for the three-day event open in early September 2014.

The Royal Institute of Navigation is launching a new international conference series covering some of the biggest issues across all the domains of modern navigation: land, sea, air and space.

This first event in the new series will highlight the state of the art in fields like GNSS and Galileo, indoor positioning, autonomous transport, security and resilience of navigation in the world of cyber attacks, and new quantum technologies. The conference will be of special interest to the maritime, aviation, PNT, transport, research and development and security communities.

Keynote Speakers and topics for the conference:

  • Privacy In Tracking (smartphones & indoor navigation) – Mr Chandu Thota, Google
  • Security and resilience – Dana Goward – President and Executive Director, US Resilient Navigation and Timing Foundation
  • Security and resilience – Professor Todd Humhreys, University of Texas at Austin, USA
  • Multi-Constellation GNSS – Gian Gherado Calini, GSA
  • Multi-Sensor Integration – Professor Dorota Grejner-Brzezinska, Ohio State University
  • Quantum Technologies – Sir Peter Knight, Professor of Quantum Optics and Senior Research Investigator, Imperial College London
  • Emerging Trends and Current Challenges – Colin Beatty FRIN, CBiL
  • Autonomy in transport – BAE – ASTREA
  • Legal Aspects of Navigation – Professor Frans von der Dunk, Institute of Space Law, Leiden University.

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