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Mr Williams, of Great Ayton, has been awarded the Fellowship of the Royal Institute of Navigation in recognition of his services to the teaching of navigation and seamanship.
is pleased to announce Robert Horton, CEO of GPS Source, will speak at the Institute of Navigation (ION) 2014 Joint Navigation Conference (JNC) about the future of enabling affordable position, navigation and timing (PNT) in ground vehicles.
The UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) on Tuesday announced it has joined forces with the Royal Institute of Navigation (RIN) and the UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) through the Airspace and Safety Initiative (ASI) to host a free briefing day for pilots flying in south east England during the 2012 London Olympic Games.
Commander Blake is a former Royal Navy officer and a fellow of the Royal Institute of Navigation.
2008--Awarded both the Royal Institute of Navigation Gold Medal and the Sir Arthur Clarke Lifetime Achievement Award.
GPS gives us transportation, distribution industry, 'just-in-time' manufacturing, emergency services operations - even mining, road building and farming, all these and a zillion more," said David Last, a consultant engineer and former president of the Royal Institute of Navigation.
A portable jammer in a tall building could cover most of London and aircraft approaching its airports," said Professor David Last, a past president of the Royal Institute of Navigation and now a GPS consultant.
Haslam was elected a Younger Brother of Trinity House in 1976 and while Hydrographer worked actively to bring Trinity House and the Royal Institute of Navigation closer.