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Navtech 2021


published on 10 November 2021 48 -

This event lies in the past.
01.12.2021 - 02.12.2021
Tampa, USA

Navigational Technology for the Modern Mariner

December 1-2, 2021 at the Tampa Marriott Water Street Hotel

Held annually for more than twenty years, this navigation conferences series has evolved since initial AIS Conference held in November 2001, though e-navigation, to current Navtech Conference, broadened discussion of navigation technology.

Navtech is the continuation of the conference series dedicated to a discussion of computer-aided navigation, ECDIS, GNSS and AIS automation and autonomy, cybersecurity and communications technology, training and development in bridge resource management and bridge design.

Tampa, USA
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