CESMA – Confederation of European Shipmasters Associations Wassenaarseweg 2, 2596CH, The Hague, The Netherlands, Tel: +31-703836176 – Fax +31-703835911 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, Website: www.cesma-eu.org CESMA was founded in 1995. President: Capt. W-V. Von Pressentin, email@example.com Secretary General: Capt. F.J. Van Wijnen, firstname.lastname@example.org CESMA represents fifteen shipmasters’ associations, as well as a number of individual members, in twelve European Union and future […]
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Ortung und Navigation (DGON) Koelnstr. 70, D-53111 BONN, Germany Tel. +49 228 20197.0 – Fax +49 228 20197.19 email: email@example.com web site: http://www.dgon.de Formed in 1951 in Düsseldorf. Registered non-profit making association. President: Mr Holger MAHNKE (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org) Director: Dipl.-Ing. Bernd MARTENS (e-mail: email@example.com) DGON is editing the European Journal of Navigation (EJN) and organizes symposia. […]
About EUGIN According the Articles of Association: EUGIN is a non-profit-making international Association. Its objectives are: To initiate and support actions assisting in the development of pan European policies and strategies in the general fields of navigation and traffic management; To participate in study works initiated by the European authorities; To foster co-operation and information […]
The European Navigation Conference (ENC 2014) will be held 15 – 17 April in the World Trade Center in Rotterdam. A Forum on Resilient Positioning, Navigation and Timing (PNT) will be held on the afternoon of Monday 14 April 2014, immediately preceding the Conference in the same venue.
The background to the event is the increasing reliance on Global Navigation Satellite Systems in all transport sectors and for essential infrastructure throughout Europe and internationally. The need to ensure resilience of systems, particularly for safety of life and commercially sensitive applications is driving interest in methods for improving robustness of systems to interference and the need for integrity monitoring and authentication methods.