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ION GNSS+ 2023 – Program Online and Registration Now Open

By Eric Van Rees - 28th April 2023 - 05:45

The Institute of Navigation Announces that the ION GNSS+ 2023 Advance Conference Program is Online and Registration is open.

The Institute of Navigation (ION) has announced that the ION GNSS+ 2023 advance conference program is now available online at

Register today and join us in-person for the ION GNSS+ 2023 taking place September 11-15, at the Hyatt Regency Hotel (located adjacent to the Denver Convention Center), Denver, Colorado. ION GNSS+ 2023 is the International Technical Meeting of the Satellite Division of the Institute of Navigation, and the world’s largest technical meeting and showcase of GNSS technology, products, and services. We expect a return to our full in person participation in 2023, but will still hold a virtual registration to provide access to on-demand technical presentations content (see website for details).

Opening Plenary and Keynote Addresses: ION GNSS+ 2023 plenary session will feature two keynote addresses: Dr. Brian "Bam" McClendon, SVP Engineering and Board Member, Niantic, who will be presenting “Where Pokémon GO: Building a Dynamic 3D AR Map of the World”; and David March, Space Station Strategy Lead, Nanoracks, who will address “New North Stars: The Dawn of Commercial Space Stations and their Impact on Navigation Technologies and Applications.”

Legendary Technical Program: ION GNSS+ 2023 technical program will feature more than 450 technical presentations in two tracks: Commercial and Policy, and Research. In addition to the traditional technical presentations, the conference will also host seven moderated panel discussions featuring international policy makers and technical experts. These moderated panel discussions will offer participants the opportunity to interact with the panelists in a collaborative learning environment.

Kepler and Parkinson Award Nominations Now Being Accepted: Nominations are now being accepted for Institute of Navigation Satellite Division’s prestigious Johannes Kepler Award – the annual award honoring an individual during their lifetime for sustained and significant contributions to the development of satellite navigation and the Bradford W. Parkinson Award – the award recognizing an outstanding graduate student in the field of Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS). To nominate an individual for the ION Johannes Kepler Award, please complete the online Nomination Form at To nominate an individual for the Parkinson Award, please complete the online Nomination Form at Completed nominations, including required reference letters, are due June 30.

To view the ION GNSS+ 2023 conference program and to register, go to

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To exhibit at ION GNSS+ 2023, go to

For travel and visa information, go to

For information on why you should attend ION GNSS+ 2023, watch our video at

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