INC2019 Programme

Navigation and Societal Benefits: From Animals to Autonomy

Navigation and Societal Benefits: From Animals to Autonomy


Session Themes:

  • Autonomy and Innovations in Robotics
  • Animal Navigation
  • Resilient PNT
  • Neuroscience and Cognition
  • Human Factors and Wayfinding
  • Innovation: Integrated Sensors and Indoor Navigation
  • Innovation: Artificial Intelligence
  • Innovative Navigation Solutions
  • User Sector Updates: CNI and Maritime
  • Scottish-led Innovation in Positioning, Navigation and Timing
  • Drone Regulation and Protection
  • UK Space and GNSS

  • PROGRAMME UNDER CONSTRUCTION


    Monday - November 18

    Pre-conference Training Seminar and Meetings

    18:00 - 19:30: Networking Icebreaker Reception: Akva

    Tuesday - November 19

    09:00 - 12:30 Morning
    Opening Session Welcome and Keynote Addresses

    Parallel Sessions:

    • Autonomy
    • Resilient PNT
     
    13:45 - 17:30 Afternoon
    Keynote Addresses
    Parallel Sessions:
    • Animal Navigation
    • Resilient PNT

    18:00 - 19:30: Networking Reception: National Museum of Scotland

     

    Wednesday - November 20

    09:00 - 12:30 Morning
    Keynote Addresses

    Parallel Sessions:

    • Neuroscience and cognition
    • Human factors
     
    13:45 - 17:30 Afternoon
    Keynote Addresses

    Parallel Sessions:

    • Innovation: MEMS Sensors
    • Innovation: Artificial Intelligence
    • Innovation: Robotics

    18:00 - 19:30: Networking Exhibitor Hosted Reception: EICC

     

    Thursday - November 21

    09:00 - 12:30 Morning
    Keynote Addresses

    Parallel Sessions:

    • User sector updates: CNI and Maritime
    • Scottish-led Innovation in Positioning, Navigation and Timing
     
    13:45 - 17:30 Afternoon
    Keynote Addresses
    Parallel Sessions:
    • Drone regulation and protection
    • UK Space and GNSS 

    Conference closing

     

    Programme Committee and Advisory Group

    • Mr Bob Cockshott - Programme Chair
    • Professor Terry Moore - University of Nottingham
    • Guy Buesnel - Spirent Communications plc
    • Mike Jones - Roke
    • Colette Jeffrey - Birmingham City University
    • Professor Kate Jeffery - University College London
    • Dr Renato Filjar, FRIN - Zagreb University
    • John Pottle - Royal Institute of Navigation
    • Mitch Narins - Strategic Synergies, LLC
    • Tony Flavin - Chronos
    • Michael Turner - Airbus
    • Octavian Thor Pleter University Politehnica of Bucharest
    • Ramsey Faragher Focal Point Positioning
    • Dr Ingo Baumann - BHO Legal
    • Stephen Hancock - Ordnance Survey
    • Susannah Jones - DSTL