ION GNSS+ 2024 Registration Open and Program Online

Media Release
Contact: ION National Office, 1-703-366-2723

9:00 a.m., April 12, 2024

The Institute of Navigation Announces that the ION GNSS+ 2024 Advance Conference Program is Online and Registration is Open.

Manassas Virginia, April 12, 2024 - The Institute of Navigation (ION) has announced that the ION GNSS+ 2024 advance conference program is now available online at Register today and join us in-person for the ION GNSS+ 2024, taking place September 16-20, 2024 at the Hilton Baltimore Inner Harbor in Baltimore, Maryland, USA. ION GNSS+ 2024 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.

Opening Plenary and Keynotes: ION GNSS+ 2024 plenary session will feature keynotes from Dr. Oscar Pozzobon, Qascom, who will be presenting “Direction Moon: A Journey of our Satellite Navigation System to the Edge of its Limits” and a presentation of “Circumnavigation the Globe” from Kirsten Neuschäfer (invited), winner of the 2022 Golden Globe Race, from France, around the three great capes, and back to France, non-stop, single-handed, unassisted without modern electronics (no GNSS!). She is the first woman to win that race since it started in 1968; also, the first woman to win any round the world race, including solo and fully crewed races, non-stop or with stops.

Technical Program: ION GNSS+ 2024 technical program will feature more than 300 technical presentations across six tracks in Commercial and Policy, and Research. In addition to the traditional technical presentations, the conference will also host six moderated panel discussions featuring international civilian 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 or Parkinson Award, please use their respective online forms at and Ensure all materials, including reference letters, are submitted by June 30 (late submissions are not accepted).