The Royal Institute of Navigation of London, with the Faculty of Aerospace Engineering, University Politehnica of Bucharest organize the workshop “Trusted Positioning, Navigation & Timing Latest Developments” on 25 & 26 April 2018. The keynote speaker is John Pottle, Director of the Royal Institute of Navigation. The event will gather the GNSS experts in Romania.

More information <here>

It is the first RIN event in Romania.

The venue is Hotel Alexandros in Bușteni. The event will start on 25 April, 5:30 pm with the presentation of John Pottle, Director of RIN, and will continue the next day from 12 pm with a round table discussion.

The subject of this seminar is the Global Navigation Satellite Systems, and main topics will be:

  • Do we need more Satellites?
  • How can we design-in trust?
  • Will driverless cars use GPS and Galileo?
  • Human factors in navigation systems

The invitation is opened to the students of the Faculty of Aerospace Engineering who are interested in the subject. Each student may submit using the regsitration form one, two or three questions to the GNSS experts. The most interesting and relevant questions will be rewarded with the sponsorship of the student to participate to the event (full board accommodation at Hotel Alexandros). The questions will be addressed at the round table. The organizers will sponsor up to 20 students by this method, but other studentd may also participate.

Registration form for the students of the Faculty of Aerospace Engineering:

https://goo.gl/forms/ VnK8eSXHJOcObPGm1

The deadline to submit this registration form with the questions is Friday, 20 April.

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