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The Flypast at Royal Institute of Navigation AGM and Annual Meeting

Posted By John Pottle, 12 July 2018

The RAF could not have timed it better - the conclusion of the pre-lunch drinks coincided perfectly with the RAF 100 anniversary fly-past. The more organised guests took up positions on the roof next to the RIN Director's office, many more gathered in the gardens of the Royal Geographical Society. No sooner had the Red Arrows completed the fly-past, we all repaired for lunch before the start of the AGM.

The AGM business included election of new President, Vice Presidents and Trustees. The new Council will meet for the first time on 25 July. We were also delighted to receive good wishes from our Patron, HRH The Duke of Edinburgh. Everyone wishes him well.

The Annual Meeting which followed underlines the breadth of the Institute's work - Dr David Rooney of the Science Museum presented an engaging analysis of The Traffic Problem, Glen Gibbons of Inside GNSS presented a tremendously informative and insightful review of the Unfinished Business of Satellite Navigation. We heard about inspirational STEM projects in USA and UK as well as awards and prizes for our general aviation (GA) flying competition Top Nav; the best paper in our Journal of Navigation; and the Duke of Edinburgh's Navigation Award for Technical Achievement, which this year was awarded to Chronos Technology.

We were delighted to welcome Shaesta Waiz of Dreams Soar who presented the awards and prizes. Full details of may be found at: https://rin.org.uk/news/408631/RIN-AGM-and-Annual-Meeting---Prize-Winners-and-Election-Results.htm

The day was rounded off by an Annual Reception where old friends could catch up and new contacts were made.

Overall a most enjoyable day. If you’ve not been to our Annual Meeting before we hope you’ll give it a try in 2019! Everyone is welcome.

Tags:  Education  GNSS  Land Navigation  Navigation  Navigation On Foot  Resilience 

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