2009 Announcements

News and information posted for the ICNS Conference 2009.

ICNS 2009 Presentations and Proceedings Availability

Presentations and proceedings from ICNS Conference 2009 are now available. Updated 7/14/2009 Presentations are now available on the ICNS Conference website. Proceedings CD-ROMs were mailed on July 10, 2009, directly to ICNS Conference attendees who provided their mailing address and had a CD-ROM included with their registration. Others wishing to access proceedings from the ICNS […]

H1N1 (Swine) Flu and Travel

Statement from the Hyatt Hotels on H1N1 Influenza We care about your safety and well-being and wanted to provide you with an update on what we are doing to address the Swine Flu virus that you have been hearing about in the news. The following hygiene practices may help to limit your exposure to the […]

Dinner & Keynote Speakers Announced

The conference committee is delighted to announce Dr. Paul G. Kaminski as our dinner speaker on Thursday, May 14th, with Margaret Jenny providing the opening day keynote speech on Wednesday, May 13th.

Note from the ICNS 2009 Conference Chair

Join us as we address a key NextGen implementation issue: “The Integrated Trajectory – Getting There” Due to the high level of interest in this year’s conference, we have rearranged the Plenary sessions each day in order to accommodate the increased level of interest. See the changes below and view our complete program in the […]

Conference Registration & Hotel Reservation Now Available

Online registration and hotel reservation information for the ICNS Conference 2009 are now available. Register online now. A discounted advance rate is available for payment received by May 1, 2009. (Authors, see special registration instructions) Make your hotel reservations now. This is a limited room block, and the hotel may sell out early. The conference […]

Call for Participation 2009

“The Integrated Trajectory” – Getting There The 2009 Integrated Communications Navigation and Surveillance (ICNS) Conference, jointly sponsored by government, civil and military, and industry, addresses research and development of integrated CNS technologies for advanced aeronautical digital information systems and applications supporting the future global air transportation systems. The Conference is focused on understanding CNS programs, […]