TAG: Royal Institute of Navigation

SatNav expert Terry Moore decorated by RIN

July 5, 2016By
Terry Moore

Terry Moore, satellite navigation professor at The University of Nottingham, has been honored with the J E D Williams Medal for his contributions to the Royal Institute of Navigation (RIN), in particular his leading role in staging its major conferences. Moore is a longtime member of GPS World’s Editorial Advisory Board.   His Royal Highness, The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, who is patron... read more

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Is reliance on GPS making us lose our mapping minds?

May 16, 2016By

By Tracy Cozzens Managing Editor I love maps. As a child, I was my family’s designated navigator on car trips (or my parents indulged me!). I studied our roadmaps, searching out each legend icon on the map and finding icons to look up on the legend. I would use the map’s indicators to determine the distance between points and interesting... read more

International Navigation Conference seeks papers for 2 tracks

March 8, 2016By

The Royal Institute of Navigation is seeking papers for International Navigation Conference 2016 (INC 16), which will be held Nov. 8-10 in Glasgow, Scotland. INC 16 will address cutting-edge issues in positioning, navigation and timing. Of global importance, INC 16 will feature the latest developments in topics such as GNSS, indoor positioning, autonomous transport, security against cyber attack, resilience and quantum technology.... read more

Royal Institute of Navigation Elects New Council

July 16, 2015By
HRH The Duke of Edinburgh.

A new president and council were elected at the annual meeting of the Royal Institute of Navigation (RIN), held at the Royal Geographical Society in London on July 15. The meeting, which included presentations on the Mary Rose Trust and quantum technology, concluded with the declaration of ballot results for the new president, officers and council members. The RIN’s Patron, HRH The Duke... read more

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Navigation Scientist Reddy Named to Top Position in India

June 8, 2015By
G. Satheesh Reddy

G. Satheesh Reddy, a scientist with the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) of India, has been appointed as the scientific advisor to the defense minister of India, a secretary-level appointment with the government of India. The DRDO is an agency of the Republic of India responsible for the development of technology for use by the military, headquartered in New Delhi. Reddy is an expert in navigation technologies.... read more

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Expert Advice: Taking Up Positions — Galileo and E112

March 31, 2015By

Europe is looking at the imposition of Galileo as part of an A-GNSS technology push for E112 emergency calling applications. E112 processes currently do not specify performance criteria for the position location accuracy. read more

Royal Institute Hosts New Navigation Conference

August 22, 2014By

The Royal Institute of Navigation is launching a new international conference series, tackling some of the biggest issues across the domains of modern navigation: land, sea, air and space. The RIN is now accepting abstracts for the conference. The International Navigation Conference 2015, set for February 24-26, 2-15, is planned as a first event in a new series of world-class conferences. The... read more

GLONASS Designer Honored with Royal Institute of Navigation Award

July 27, 2012By

The Royal Institute of Navigation has awarded the Duke Of Edinburgh's Navigation Award for Technical Achievement to Professor Nicolai Testoedov, who received it on behalf of Yuri Urlichich, the chief designer of GLONASS, "in recognition of the achievement of a complete operational constellation of satellites in December 2011, thus providing a full global positioning and timing service." read more

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