JNC 2009

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JNC 2009
Joint Navigation Conference
Dates Jun 1, 2009 (iCal) - Jun 4, 2009
Homepage: www.jointnavigation.org
Location: Orlando, FL
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Important dates
Submissions: Jun 5, 2009
Camera ready due: Jun 5, 2009
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Chair: Dr. Mikel Miller, Air Force Research Laboratory 

Vice Chair: Paul Olson, U.S. Army Communications and
Electronics Command 

Track Chairs FOUO Sessions: 
Bill Bollwerk, U.S. Naval Observatory
Neeraj Pujara, Air Force Research Laboratory
John Carvil, Space & Naval Warfare Systems Center

Classified Sessions: West Kasper, Joint Navigation Warfare Center 

Panel Discussions: Steven Ganop, Applied Research Laboratory,
Pennsylvania State University 

The Joint Service Data Exchange (JSDE) and The Institute of Navigation (ION) will co-host the 2009 Joint Navigation Conference (JNC 2009) for the Department of Defense at the Wyndham Resort, Orlando, Florida from June 1-4, 2009. The theme for this year’s conference will be “Military Navigation Technology: The Foundation for Military Ops”. 

The 2009 JNC will be the largest U.S. military navigation conference of the year with joint service and government participation. The event will focus on technical advances in Guidance, Navigation, and Control (GN&C) with emphasis on joint development, test and support of affordable GN&C systems, logistics, and integration. From an operational perspective, the conference will also focus on advances in battlefield applications of GPS, critical strengths or weaknesses of fielded navigation devices, warfighter PNT requirements & solutions, and navigation warfare. 

JNC conference attendance will be controlled by the Joint Navigation Warfare Center and will be restricted to: U.S. government, U.S. government contractors, and allied personnel from Australia, Canada, and the United Kingdom. Foreign national participation will be limited to AUS, CAN and UK only. This “4 eyes” restriction applies to the entire conference: unclassified and classified sessions. 

Abstract Submission: Abstracts Due December 1, 2008
All abstracts should be written for public release and be in the form of a presentation summary consisting of between 800 and 1000 words and should describe objectives, anticipated or actual results, conclusions, any key innovative steps and the significance of your work. Short abstracts will be de-weighted in the selection process. Abstracts should be submitted electronically no later than December 1. 

To submit your abstract go to the abstract submission page. Complete all boxes on the abstract submission form. Enter or paste abstract text directly into the appropriate box on the online submission form. Abstracts may also be e-mailed to abstracts@ion.org as a Microsoft Word, WordPerfect, or text file. Please indicate the abstract title, the most appropriate session(s) for the paper, a list of all authors and affiliations, and the primary contact author’s complete mailing address, phone, fax and e-mail. 

Abstracts received electronically will be acknowledged electronically. Abstract titles and corresponding contact authors will be posted weekly on the JNC website. If your name does not appear after two weeks, please contact the ION office at 703-383-9688 or via e-mail at meetings@ion.org. You will be notified of acceptance after January 15. 

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Facts about "JNC 2009"
AcronymJNC 2009 +
Camera ready dueJune 5, 2009 +
End dateJune 4, 2009 +
Event typeConference +
Has coordinates28° 32' 32", -81° 22' 45"Latitude: 28.542111111111
Longitude: -81.379030555556
Has location cityOrlando +
Has location countryCategory:FL +
Homepagehttp://www.jointnavigation.org +
IsAEvent +
Start dateJune 1, 2009 +
Submission deadlineJune 5, 2009 +
TitleJoint Navigation Conference +