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International Navigation Conference seeks papers for 2 tracks

March 8, 2016  - By
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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. Booking for the conference is now open.

The conference will include both peer-reviewed and non peer-reviewed tracks, and will cater to academic, industrial and end-user interests. The conference proceedings will be made available online in a digital repository in the weeks following the conference.

The abstract submission process varies depending on whether the paper is for the peer-reviewed or non peer-reviewed track:

  • Those wishing to submit a non-peer-reviewed paper for the conference should submit an abstract through the “Submit abstract” option on the conference home page, and can submit a paper for publication in the proceedings of any length. Non peer-reviewed submissions are due March 14.
  • Those wishing to submit a peer-reviewed paper should submit by March 14 a four-page short paper first, using the “submit short paper option” on the website’s home page. Following a selection process by the conference committee, successful authors will be invited to submit a longer paper (up to 10 pages) by June 15 for further peer review.

Themes at the conference are:

  • Emerging Science
  • Modern Markets
  • Modern Threats
  • Multisensor PNT
  • Navigation Now