ION NTM 2008 — Institute of Navigation National Technical Meeting - Inside GNSS

ION NTM 2008 — Institute of Navigation National Technical Meeting

Exploring Future Uses of Navigation Technology

The Institute of Navigation’s 2008 National Technical Meeting will focus on how the existing sources of navigation technology will be enhanced to provide improvements to the user community. This community will include everyone from civilians using a Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) to improve their commute to work, to astronauts using a new planned navigation architecture to complete a permanent presence on the moon and then venture on to Mars.

Exploring Future Uses of Navigation Technology

The Institute of Navigation’s 2008 National Technical Meeting will focus on how the existing sources of navigation technology will be enhanced to provide improvements to the user community. This community will include everyone from civilians using a Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) to improve their commute to work, to astronauts using a new planned navigation architecture to complete a permanent presence on the moon and then venture on to Mars.

Full list of technical sessions: http://www.ion.org/meetings/ntm2008program.cfm#sessions 

Register online or onsite at the conference.

The meeting will take place at The Catamaran Hotel on Mission Bay in San Diego.
Online hotel registration
Register for the conference online at http://www.ion.org/registration