2011 Announcements

News and information posted for the ICNS Conference 2011.

Congratulations to Our 2011 ICNS Conference Survey Contest Winner

Thanks to all who completed our 2011 ICNS Conference survey. Based on a random drawing of eligible survey participants, the 2011 ICNS Conference survey prize winner is Stuart Wilson. Stuart is a Systems Integration and Test Engineer at Harris Corporation, and he is working on his Masters of Science in Applied Aviation Safety. He wins […]

Best Paper Awards for ICNS 2011 Announced

The 2011 ICNS Conference would like to announce the winners of the Best Professional and Student Paper Awards.

Thanks for a Great 2011 ICNS Conference!

Many thanks to all who helped make this year’s ICNS Conference one of the most successful ever: 250 attendees from 16 countries enjoyed our great keynote speakers, 27 plenary presentations, and 115 technical presentations — the most ever, and provided enthusiastic participation in our evening events. Thanks also to our sponsors and exhibitors for their outstanding […]

Welcome to ICNS Conference 2011

We’re pleased you could attend this 11th edition of the ICNS Conference, “Renovating the Global Air Transportation System.” We hope you enjoy and derive valuable professional benefits from our popular format of morning plenary sessions and afternoon technical tracks, providing a range of experiences, from high level air transportation system policy through cutting-edge research results. Take advantage of opportunities to network with your colleagues during our morning breakfasts and coffee breaks, lunches, and afternoon breaks. Then relax and have fun at our evening events.

Call for Participation 2011

The 2011 Integrated Communications Navigation and Surveillance (ICNS) Conference addresses long term research and development as well as early implementation of integrated CNS technologies needed to enable NextGen and SESAR. The Conference is focused on providing an understanding of CNS programs, longer term plans, standards development, research, and ICNS technologies. As we launch the second decade of the ICNS Conference, we focus on the renovation of the communications, navigation, surveillance, and information technology infrastructure underpinning the migration to a true next generation global air transportation system.