CGSIC: 2012 Civil GPS Interface Committee Meeting

The Civil GPS Interface Committee (CGSIC) will meet during the ION GNSS 2012 conference at the Nashville Convention Center in Tennessee, USA on Monday, September 17 and Tuesday, September 18. This will be the 52nd meeting of the group.

The plenary session on Tuesday morning features updates by the U.S. National Space-Based PNT director, the Air Force GPS Directorate commander,  the Air Force Second Space Operations Squadron commander and State Department and Homeland Security senior officials.

The Civil GPS Interface Committee (CGSIC) will meet during the ION GNSS 2012 conference at the Nashville Convention Center in Tennessee, USA on Monday, September 17 and Tuesday, September 18. This will be the 52nd meeting of the group.

The plenary session on Tuesday morning features updates by the U.S. National Space-Based PNT director, the Air Force GPS Directorate commander,  the Air Force Second Space Operations Squadron commander and State Department and Homeland Security senior officials.

The afternoon includes updates on WAAS, LAAS and NDGPS and a user support forum.

For the full lineup, download the meeting agenda at the ION GNSS 2012 website.

The U.S. Coast Guard Navigation Center (NAVCEN) manages CGSIC as part of the Department of Transportation’s program to respond to the needs of civil GPS users, and to integrate GPS into civil sector applications.

The CGSIC meets annually and is open to anyone interested in civil GPS issues. Membership in CGSIC is free and there is no fee to attend any CGSIC meeting. Information from members and meetings is provided to United States GPS authorities for consideration in GPS policy development and GPS service operation.

For more information contact Rick Hamilton, GPS Information Analysis Team Lead, NAVCEN, at the E-mail address below.

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