The Institute of Navigation’s ION GNSS+ 2014 Registration Open

The Institute of Navigation ION GNSS+ 2014 Program and Registration Now Available On-line

Manassas, Virginia, May 16, 2014 – Registration is now open for the Institute of Navigation (ION) GNSS+ 2014 to be held September 8-12, 2014 (tutorials September 8 & 9) at the Tampa Convention Center, Tampa, Florida. Register and view the ION GNSS+ 2014 technical program at

ION GNSS+ 2014 is the 27th International Technical Meeting of the ION Satellite Division and the world’s largest technical meeting and showcase of GNSS technology, products and services and other sensors in today’s marketplace.

ION GNSS+ brings together international leaders in GNSS and related positioning, navigation and timing fields to present new research, introduce new technologies, update current policy, demonstrate products and exchange ideas. The focus of this meeting is the growing emphasis on GNSS and the rapidly evolving field of alternative navigation methods.
Remember to book your hotel room first and save $200 by entering your hotel confirmation number from the Tampa Marriott Waterside Hotel and Marina at the start of the registration process. You will need your valid hotel confirmation number to claim this discount during registration.

This year’s conference will feature panels of industry experts, policy updates, the world’s largest GNSS commercial exhibit and more than 300 technical presentations presented through six technical tracks:
• Commercial Track
• Application Track
• Innovations Track
• Advanced Multi-sensor Navigation Track
• Advanced Algorithms and Methods
• System Updates and Modernization

The complete Technical Program, including pre-conference tutorials, is available at

Register today at:

See you in Tampa!

About ION
The Institute of Navigation is the world’s premier professional society dedicated to the advancement of the art and science of positioning, navigation and timing. The Institute is a national organization whose membership spans worldwide. Additional information about the ION can be found at