ION GNSS ’08 Abstracts Due Wednesday, March 5

ION GNSS '08 Abstracts Due Wednesday, March 5
Downtown Savannah, Georgia, USA

Abstracts for papers to be presented at the 2008 Institute of Navigation GNSS conference next September are due on Wednesday, March 5.

Abstracts should be in the form of a paper summary consisting of
between 800 and 1000 words and should describe objectives, anticipated
or actual results, conclusions, and the significance of your work.


Abstracts for papers to be presented at the 2008 Institute of Navigation GNSS conference next September are due on Wednesday, March 5.

Abstracts should be in the form of a paper summary consisting of
between 800 and 1000 words and should describe objectives, anticipated
or actual results, conclusions, and the significance of your work.

You may review the list of technical sessions and submit your abstract online at http://www.ion.org/meetings/gnss2008cfa.cfm. You may also submit by email to abstracts@ion.org or by fax to (USA) (703) 383-9689

ION GNSS 2008 will be held September 16-19. This is the 21st meeting of the organization’s satellite division and ION will celebrate the 30th anniversary of the launch of the first GPS satellite.

The conference takes place at the Savannah International Convention Center in Savannah, Georgia, USA. Visitors can make a two-minute crossing of the Savannah River on free ferries that run every half hour between the convention center and the tourist attractions in the National Historic District downtown.

The headquarters hotel is Westin Savannah Harbor. For a list of all conference hotels go to http://www.ion.org/meetings/gnss2008hotel.cfm

For more information about the conference, go to http://www.ion.org/meetings/#gnss or email meetings@ion.org.

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