Press Room

2014


October 7

The RIN and Inmarsat released access to a paper on Malaysian Airlines flight MH370. Read the paper here.

January 8

The NAV Series conferences in more detail.


2013


August 12

The RIN announced its plans for five spectacular conferences - The NAV Series


2012


January 4

The RIN announced its plans to hold a day of Olympic Airspace briefings. See the media release here.


2011


November 12

The RIN released its view of proposed changes to timing standard UTC. Read the Institute's statement here.


July 15

The GANG released its Syllabus for GPS-use by general aviators, to support from across the GA community. See the media release here.


March 15

The Small Craft Group's Electronic Navigation Workshop gave listeners the low-down on the latest electronic navigation equipment for small craft. See the media release here.


March 15

The Journal of Navigation has appointed a new Editor, who will be taking over in the autumn of 2011. See the media release here.


March 8

The RAE published a report on the national security risk of an over-reliance on GNSS. The RIN echoed its findings.See the media invitation here.


2010


November 1

The three day NAV10 conference at London's Church House has something for everyone with an interest in navigation. Be there. See the invite here.


May 26

Unmanned Aerial Vehicles are the new frontier in air navigation challenges. Come and learn all about them at the RIN. See the invite here.


March 25

The RIN Solent Branch invite the media to the Royal Lymington Yacht Club for some spectacular images. See the invite here.


March 17

RIN Director Peter Chapman-Andrews spoke to the BBC about the need for a back-up to satellite navigation constellations. See the interview here.


February 23

The RIN highlighted the threat of criminal GPS jamming at the 'GPS Jamming - A Clear and Present Danger' conference in Teddington.
Read the full release here.

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