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The Journal of Navigation
  • ISSN: 0373-4633 (Print), 1469-7785 (Online)
  • Editor: Nick Randall MSc FRIN The Royal Institute of Navigation, UK
  • Editorial board
The Journal of Navigation contains original papers on the science of navigation by man and animals over land and sea and through air and space, including papers presented at meetings of the RIN, and from its special interest groups and other organisations associated with navigation. Papers cover every aspect of navigation, from the highly technical to the descriptive and historical. Subjects include electronics, astronomy, mathematics, cartography, command and control, psychology and zoology, operational research, risk analysis, theoretical physics, operation in hostile environments, instrumentation, ergonomics, financial planning and law.

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Royal Institute of Navigation news

  • UK to lose Galileo PRS?
  • 19 February 2018
  • The Telegraph has learnt that UK could be denied use of Galileo's Public Regulated Service after Brexit. The paper says: "EU legal concerns over whether a non-EU...
  • Spatial Cognition 2018
  • 16 February 2018
  • Spatial Cognition 2018 The conference will be held in Tuebingen, Germany, September 05 to 08, 2018. Spatial Cognition is concerned with the acquisition, organization, and utilization of knowledge about spatial objects and environments, be it real, virtual, or abstract, human or machine. Spatial Cognition comprises research in different scientific fields insofar as they are concerned with cognitive agents and space, such as cognitive psychology, linguistics, computer science, geography, philosophy, or education....
  • Spatial Cognition in a Multimedia and Intercultural World
  • 16 February 2018
  • Spatial Cognition in a Multimedia and Intercultural World - in Rome from September 10-14 2018 We are pleased to announce the 7th International Conference on ICSC 2018 will be devoted to Spatial Cognition in a Multimedia and Intercultural World, thus exploring the links between the general topic of the Rome conferences and the challenges introduced by the new media and by increasing intercultural exchange....