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ICNS 2019 | Hotel | Agenda | Register Now | Sponsorship Info

9-11 April 2019 | Westin Washington Dulles Airport Hotel

Plenary Day 1 Details Confirmed

Global Harmonization

Tuesday, April 9, 2019

Moderated by Steve Bradford (FAA)
and Michael Standar (SJU)

The first day's plenary will again be moderated by the FAA's Steve Bradford (NextGen Chief Scientist) and SESAR's Michael Standar (SESAR Joint Undertaking (SJU), Chief Strategies & External Affairs) and will provide regional updates on major modernization programs (NEXTGEN, SESAR, CARATS) around the world.

The plenary will also focus on the results of ICAO's 13th Air Navigation Conference "From Development to Implementation," which encompassed implementation of operational improvements, such as technology, operational concepts, and road maps; and provided an opportunity for Member States and aviation stakeholders to work on global strategies for safety and air navigation planning, development and implementation, and to set priorities for the coming years.

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Registration Increases Tomorrow

Early bird registration ends Wednesday, February 13.
View advance rates and fees at the website.

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Preview the Technical Program

View the list of accepted papers for ICNS 2019 and preview the topics to be covered at this year's conference!

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Hotel Reservations Online

Book your hotel room at the discounted rate now.
Group rate ends Sunday, March 17.

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Final Nominations for
ICNS Champion Award

The ICNS Champion Award recognizes specific individual(s) with significant contribution to the CNS field (scientific/policy contributions), and in addition, if possible support of the ICNS Conference (organization/success).

Nominations are invited by all interested parties and are requested by February 28, 2019.

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2019 ICNS Sponsors




Boeing Frequentis Aireon
    Mosaic ATM

Consider Sponsoring ICNS 2019

Benefits include the following:

  • Premier international aviation conference addressing technology and policy advances in CNS, research, development and implementation programs and policies related to CNS/ATM capabilities and applications.
  • Assembles leaders from government, industry and academia as well as senior technical experts and thought leaders to address important policy issues and discuss the future directions.
  • Provides exposure to a global audience, opportunities for networking and an enhanced, efficient and informal exchange of views among policy makers and researchers.
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