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ICNS 2019 | Call for Abstracts | Submit Abstract

9-11 April 2019 | Westin Washington Dulles Airport Hotel

ICNS 2019

Personal Invitation
from the Technical Co-chairs

Theme: “Enabling Future Flight
through Evolving ICNS Technologies”

Submit abstract now

Don't miss this opportunity to share your creative ideas and to be recognized as a published contributor to the future of our aviation/aerospace industry, infrastructure, and system.

The 2019 Integrated Communications Navigation and Surveillance (ICNS) Conference will enable you to share your innovative solution proposals, new technology and engineering ideas, and findings on the issues and opportunities related to the impact of evolving technologies, and CNS research and technology developments, on aviation concepts and systems.

If you have a great idea and can express it in a high-quality paper, ICNS 2019 offers you a chance to be published and recognized for your research and developmental work. If accepted, your papers and your presentations on enabling future flight through evolving ICNS technologies will have the attention of a wide variety of industry leaders, accomplished researchers, and government representatives.

ICNS 2019 is also an excellent venue for meeting and networking with these key leaders and researchers. Take advantage of this prestigious forum and submit your abstract today! We look forward to supporting your ICNS submission and presentation efforts!

  • Dr. Gregory Woo, US DOT – Volpe Center, Technical Program Co-chair
  • Dr. Jonathan T. Lee, US DOT – Volpe Center, Technical Program Co-chair

Call for Abstracts

Deadline: 14 December 2018

Abstracts for papers and presentations are solicited for the ICNS 2019 technical sessions, addressing the key topical areas listed below:

  • Data and Voice Communications Systems
  • Surveillance Systems & Situation Awareness
  • Navigation Systems & APNT
  • CNS Integration, Consolidation and Miniaturization
  • Drivers for CNS Evolution
  • Cybersecurity
  • Integration of UAV, RPAS, and Space Transportation into the Airspace
  • UAS Traffic Management (UTM)
  • Commercial, Military, and Consumer UAS
  • Air Traffic Management (ATM) and Supporting Technologies
  • Performance-based CNS/ATM
  • Airport & Airspace Optimization/Operations
  • Support for Civil Military Interoperability
  • Impact of Climate Change and Aviation Weather on Aviation and CNS Performance
  • Changing Economic Impact on Users and Purchasers and Users of CNS Equipment
  • Emerging Aviation Systems
  • CNS Spectrum Aspects
  • Artificial Intelligence Developments and Impacts to CNS/ATM

Submit abstract now

Deadline: 14 December 2018

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Call for Abstracts

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