RIN seminar: The Galileo Open Service - Does One Size Fit All? - Inside GNSS

RIN seminar: The Galileo Open Service – Does One Size Fit All?

(updated January 21 2009) The Royal Institute of Navigation will hold a one day seminar to discuss the Galileo open service from the point of view of different user groups. It will take place at the Royal Geographical Society, 1 Kensington Gore, in London on February 12.

(updated January 21 2009) The Royal Institute of Navigation will hold a one day seminar to discuss the Galileo open service from the point of view of different user groups. It will take place at the Royal Geographical Society, 1 Kensington Gore, in London on February 12.

The speakers represent conflicting points of view and attendees are encouraged to share their views on the feasibility of the wide range of uses proposed for the new system. 

Speakers include representatives from the Department for Transport and Eurocontrol, in addition to:
Phil Davies, Surrey Satellite Technology, will present the cost benefit case for simplifying the Galileo network.
Andy Sage, Helios – the view from the GPS receiver industry.
Sally Basker, General Lighthouse Authorities – requirements for maritime safety.
Jim Hammond, Association of Chief Police Offices – needs of the emergency services.
Nigel Wall, Location and Timing Knowledge Transfer Network – road safety and pricing.
Nick Williams, Transport for London consultant – congestion pricing and future transport solutions using Galileo.

Pre-registration is required. Call the number below to register, or check the website for instructions.