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Royal Institute of Navigation forum

Integrating AWARE Into Conventional Navigation TechniqueLocation: NATS ATC Centre, Sopwith Way, Swanwick, Hampshire, SO31 7AY

Starts: 28/09/2011 09:15:00
Ends: 28/09/2011 16:45:00
“How To Integrate The Use Of 'AWARE' Into Conventional Navigation Techniques, And Avoid Infringements”. Spaces limited to 20 - Book Early!!

The day will include visits to:

• London Information
• D&D
• RADAR Control Centres

Presentations by guest speakers will include:

• Infringements!
• GPS – Where Are We?
• Navigational Techniques including the use of AWARE

Price (inc VAT):
The price includes the forum CD.

• RIN Members £20.
• Non-members £25

Please forward the below details to Sally-Anne Cooke at conference@rin.org.uk.

• Date of application:
• Title:
• Name:
• DoB:
• Address:
• Pilots Licence Type/Ratings:
• Main operating airfield/aircraft type(s)
• Contact Telephone Number:
• Email address:
• RIN Membership number (if applicable):

If you are one of the first 20 applicants, the RIN will contact you to ask you for your credit card details, to confirm your booking.

With thanks to NATS En-Route plc for generously hosting the event. National Air Traffic Service is the UK’s main Air Navigation Service Provider (www.nats.co.uk)

AWARE is the NATS GPS airspace warning device developed in conjunction with Airbox Aerospace Ltd (www.airspaceaware.com)

Thank you for your interest; if the event is over subscribed, please indicate when emailing if you would NOT like to hear by email of future RIN GA events.


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