Reminder: Abstract Submissions Due December 19
Innovation in Operations, Implementation Benefits and Integration of the CNS Infrastructure
The 2015 Integrated Communications Navigation and Surveillance (ICNS) Conference addresses long-term research and development of integrated CNS technologies for advanced aeronautical digital information systems and applications supporting the future global air transportation systems.
Jointly sponsored by government and industry, the ICNS Conference assembles national and international government and industry leaders to address important policy issues with technical experts and thought leaders.
The focus is on understanding CNS programs, plans, research and technology, and other relevant issues impacting aviation modernization.
Outstanding Plenary Sessions
- Tuesday, April 21: latest plans and activities of the US’s NextGen Program, Europe’s SESAR Program and standardization efforts ongoing at the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) that enable the convergence of US and European efforts.
- Wednesday, April 22: unmanned aircraft systems standards development and airspace integration progress; CNS developments that will enable seamless integration of unmanned aircraft into the airspace, their impact on the existing aviation system nationally and globally.
- Thursday, April 23: advances in data communications, air traffic and airline operations.
- Thursday, April 23: interactive workshop to address current CNS investigations, gaps and possible solutions.