RTCM Annual Assembly and Conference

RTCM Annual Assembly and Conference – June 13-16, 2023

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The Future of Maritime Communications & Navigation – 2023 RTCM Annual Assembly and Conference

From rtcm.org:

RTCM’s Annual Assembly and Conference 2023 will be held June 13 – 16, 2023 in beautiful downtown Jacksonville, Florida, USA at the Hyatt Regency Riverfront Hotel and Convention Center.  The Annual Assembly and Conference is open to all – RTCM members and non-members – we invite you to join us for an informative and eventful week in sunny Florida!

The theme for this year’s Assembly is: The Future of Maritime Communications and Navigation. The program includes timely and insightful presentations by leading technical authorities, key government professionals, and notable industry representatives engaged in the development and management of maritime electronic systems. Sessions will cover developments in satellite and terrestrial maritime communications, shipboard and shoreside electronics, autonomous systems as well as relevant technical standards and policy issues. 

The RTCM main program will start Tuesday morning, June 13th with a two-day technical program, an evening reception, and plans for a river outing.  Each day and evening, there will be ample time to engage and interact with our speakers, other participating professionals, and representatives from many of RTCM’s 140 member organizations.

There are opportunities to share your experience, interact with key decision-makers in the maritime community and help shape the future of maritime communications and navigation systems.  For more details about RTCM please visit our homepage or contact us at info@rtcm.org.

WHEN: June 13-16, 2023

WHERE: Jacksonville, FL, USA

Visit rtcm.org for more information about the
2023 RTCM Annual Assembly and Conference!

RTCM Annual Assembly and ConferenceThe Radio Technical Commission for Maritime Services (RTCM) is a 501(c)(3) international non-profit scientific, professional and educational organization. RTCM members are organizations (not individuals) that are both non-government and government. Although started in 1947 as a U.S. government advisory committee, RTCM is now an independent organization supported by its members from all over the world

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