Going to the Adriatic in May? Submit Your Abstracts for the GNSS Vulnerabilities and Solutions Conference - Inside GNSS

Going to the Adriatic in May? Submit Your Abstracts for the GNSS Vulnerabilities and Solutions Conference

Baska, Krk Island beach

This annual seminar on the Croatian Adriatic aims at GNSS experts and
covers the risks and vulnerabilities of the global navigation satellite
systems and efforts to improve accuracy and reliability.

The sixth GNSS Vulnerabilities and Solutions Conference  will take place at Baska on the resort island of Krk in Croatia from May 21 to May 24, 2012.

This annual seminar on the Croatian Adriatic aims at GNSS experts and
covers the risks and vulnerabilities of the global navigation satellite
systems and efforts to improve accuracy and reliability.

The sixth GNSS Vulnerabilities and Solutions Conference  will take place at Baska on the resort island of Krk in Croatia from May 21 to May 24, 2012.

The deadline for abstracts has been extended to February 15, 2012. It
should explain the proposed paper in 300-500 words and should be sent
to Sally-Anne Cooke, Royal Institute of Navigation at conference@rin.org.uk

The event is organized by the Royal Institute of Navigation, by IESSG, the space geodesy institute at Nottingham University and by the martime studies division at the University of Rijeka. Find out more on the Royal Institute of Navigation Branch Events page.

For questions about paper submission and the conference program, email Renato Filjar, the electrical engineer and satellite navigation expert who founded the event.