The Royal Institute of Navigation
A learned society and professional body, with charitable status, we unite all those with an interest in any aspect of positioning, navigation and timing. We are committed to furthering the development of navigational science, technology and practice, and to increasing public awareness of the art and science of navigation.
AGM and Annual Meeting
The Institute will hold its 2019 AGM and Annual Meeting on Tuesday 16 July 2019 at the Royal Geographical Society.
A robotic boat and submersible have won the XPRIZE to find the best new technologies to map the seafloor.
The surface and underwater combo demonstrated their capabilities in a timed test in the Mediterranean, surveying depths down to 4km. Put together by the international GEBCO-NF Alumni team, the autonomous duo are likely now to play a role in meeting the "Seabed 2030" challenge. This aims to have Earth's ocean floor fully mapped to a high standard.Read More