ION seeks abstracts for 2020 JNC by Feb. 3

October 29, 2019  - By

ION JNC logoThe Institute of Navigation is asking for abstracts for the 2020 ION Joint Navigation Conference. JNC 2020 will be held June 1-3 at the Northern Kentucky Convention Center in Covington, Kentucky/Cincinnati, Ohio.

The US ONLY CLASSIFIED sessions will be held June 4 at the Air Force Institute of Technology in Dayton, Ohio.

Abstracts are due Feb. 3, 2020.

JNC is the largest U.S. military Positioning, Navigation and Timing (PNT) technologies conference of the year with joint service and government participation. The JNC theme is Enhancing Dominance and Resilience for Warfighting and Homeland Security PNT.

The event will focus on technical advances in PNT with emphasis on joint development, test and support of affordable PNT systems, logistics and integration with more than 150 operational presentations.

Abstracts will be accepted through Feb. 3, 2020. For more information about JNC 2020, visit

Exhibit Opportunities
JNC features a technical exhibit and showcase of guidance, navigation and control technology products and services. The exhibit hall (June 2-3) will be open to all conference participants, exhibiting organizations, their employees and related organizations.

All materials displayed in the exhibit hall shall be publicly releasable (Distribution A). For more information on exhibiting,

Attendance Restricted Technical Sessions
Conference attendance for both FOUO US ONLY (June 1-3) and US ONLY Secret Clearance (June 4) sessions will be screened by the Joint Navigation Warfare Center and will be restricted to US ONLY. Advance visit requests and approvals are required for all technical participants.

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