2019 Theme Graphic - Enabling Future Flight through Evolving ICNS Technologies

ICNS 2019

  • Held: April 9-11, 2019
  • Westin Washington Dulles Airport, Herndon, VA 

ICNS 2019 Proceedings

Conference attendees have already been emailed online access to both the ICNS papers and proceedings. An ISO file link was also emailed to attendees on May 10, when physical CD-ROMs were also mailed. Allow 2-3 weeks for delivery, depending on your location.

For further questions, please email pub.editor@icnsonline.org

Past proceedings: See ICNS proceedings available at IEEE Xplore

Best Paper Awards for ICNS 2019

ICNS Best Paper Awards were presented on April 10, during the second day of the 2019 ICNS Conference. Congratulations to the recipients on their efforts.

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Chris Wargo (center), with Dr. Nikos Fistas and Tom Redling

Chris Wargo (center), 2019 ICNS Champion Award recipient.

2019 ICNS Champion Award Presented to Chris Wargo

We are very happy to announce that the ICNS executive committee has chosen Chris Wargo as this year’s winner for the ICNS Champion Award.

This the third year that the ICNS Conference is awarding the ICNS Champion Award. The ICNS Champion Award has been established with a primary goal to recognize individuals with significant contribution to CNS either as whole or in one or more of its components.

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Welcome to ICNS 2019

Dr. Nikos Fistas

Dr. Nikos Fistas

This is the 19th year of the Integrated Communication, Navigation and Surveillance technologies (ICNS) Conference. What started in 2001 by NASA Glenn Research Center as a primarily U.S.-focused CNS workshop has now become the key global annual event, addressing worldwide long-term CNS research and developments, as well as implementation of conventional and integrated CNS technologies.

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