2014 Announcements

News and information posted for the ICNS Conference 2014.

Congratulations to Our 2014 ICNS Conference Survey Contest Winner

Thanks to all who completed our 2014 ICNS Conference survey. Based on a random drawing of eligible survey participants, the 2014 ICNS Conference survey prize winner is Norm Fujisaki, who wins the Kindle Paperwhite.

2014 ICNS Workshop – Final Report Available

This year’s 2014 ICNS started a new approach for an even more intense knowledge exchange and for increased interaction between conference participants by establishing interactive workshops. Workshop Theme: Integration of Advanced CNS Capabilities supporting NextGen/SESAR/CARATS. The results of the workshop were summarized to the conference participants and captured into a workshop report. ICNS 2014 Workshop Report (.pdf)

Best Paper Competition Winners Announced for ICNS 2014

Congratulations to the winners for the ICNS Conference 2014 Best Paper Competitions in the student and professional categories.

Welcome to ICNS 2014

Greetings! I’d like to personally welcome each of you to the 14th Integrated Communications, Navigation and Surveillance (ICNS) Conference. The global aviation field is going through challenging modernization efforts that promise improvements worldwide and ICNS strives to provide the latest programmatic and technical developments in the CNS/ATM field. This annual international conference brings together industry […]

Call for Participation 2014

Blocks and Builds – Air and Ground Convergence

The 2014 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. The Conference, jointly sponsored by government and industry, focuses on understanding CNS programs, plans, research and technology, and other relevant issues impacting aviation modernization. The ICNS 2014 conference assembles national and international government and industry leaders to address important policy issues affecting aviation and technical experts present developments in each CNS and enabling disciplines.

Each day begins with a plenary session. On Tuesday, April 08, the conference starts by addressing the 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.

On Wednesday, April 09, the focus is on 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.