Joint Navigation Conference 2011: Guidance Navigation and Control

Joint Navigation Conference 2011: Guidance Navigation and Control

Registration is open for 2011 JNC – Joint Navigation Conference (Guidance, Navigation and Control) on June 28-30 at Crowne Plaza Hotel in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Everyone who attends must apply and be approved before they come. 

Tutorials will take place on June 27.

FOUO sessions on June 28-29 will take place at the Crowne Plaza.

The classified sessions on June 30 will take place at Elkhorn Conference Center, Fort Collins, Colorado

Registration is open for 2011 JNC – Joint Navigation Conference (Guidance, Navigation and Control) on June 28-30 at Crowne Plaza Hotel in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Everyone who attends must apply and be approved before they come. 

Tutorials will take place on June 27.

FOUO sessions on June 28-29 will take place at the Crowne Plaza.

The classified sessions on June 30 will take place at Elkhorn Conference Center, Fort Collins, Colorado

The annual event is the largest endorsed U.S. military navigation conference of the year, with joint service and government participation. It will focus on technical advances in GN&C, especially on joint development, testing and support of affordable systems, logistics and integration.

Participation on June 28 and June 29 is FOUO, open only to U.S. government and U.S. government contractors.

June 30 classified sessions are open to allied personnel from Australia, Canada and the United Kingdom as well. Those attendees must submit their visit requests to the Joint Warfare Center through their embassies by May 30, 2011.

The annual event is cohosted by the Joint Service Data Exchange (JSDE) and the Institute of Navigation (ION) for the U.S. Departments of Defense and Homeland Security.

Invited keynote speakers include the DoD Chief Information Officer and the Director of Space Programs; the commanders of U.S. Strategic Command, North American Aerospace Defense Command and U.S. Northern Command, Air Force Space Command, Space and Missile Systems Command, Naval Meterology and Oceanography Command and Fort Carson, Colorado.

The conference includes pre-conference tutorials and 200+ technical papers on:
Alternative navigation technologies
Aviation applications
Collaborative navigation techniques
GPS constellation performation
GPS in Military Applications/Navigation Warfare
GPS modernization
Land Applications
Marine Applications
Micro navigation apps
Military GPS receivers and technology
Military GPS use and experiences
Military GPS/antenna technologies and interference mitigation
Missile apps
Modeling & Simulation
Multi-Sensor Navigation, Guidance & Control Systems
Navigating in challenged environments (urban, indoor, sub-surface)
Space & Satellite Applications
Robust navigation systems and solutions
Space and satellite applications
Warfighter Requirements & Solutions

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