Project INSPIRE is building on learning from MarRINav and applying it to bring the recommendations and actions to life. The INSPIRE team is led by Taylor Airey, a leading independent strategy and operations consultancy for the transport industry with a portfolio of services that includes their much respected position, navigation and timing expertise. The ESA […]
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PDF on Dissemination Workshop the 5th December 2019.
Just before 13:00 GMT yesterday a private plane piloted by former President of the Royal Institute of Navigation, Professor David Last, disappeared from radar and impacted the sea approximately two miles off the coast of Wales. On-going search and rescue efforts have recovered pieces of wreckage and personal effects. Professor Last was one of […]
The MarRINav results dissemination workshop will be held in the KTN Faraday Room in the Business Design Centre, 52 Upper Street, London N1 0QH.
Please proceed directly to the the Faraday Room on the top floor, as the main KTN office will be closed.
This report captures and analyses the maritime context for future Critical National Infrastructure (CNI) in the timeframe to 2030.
This report reviews the broad range of options for R&I (Resilience and Integrity) PNT that have been identified in previous studies, analysing the potential contribution of each option.
MarRINav consortium members Mike Fairbanks and Bob Cockshott FRIN explain the need for a resilient high-integrity PNT solution for maritime navigation in the UK, and outline what is being done to achieve this. This item was originally published in the Royal Institute of Navigation’s Navigation News and is reproduced by kind permission. For more information on the RIN […]
What is MarRINav? MarRINav (Maritime Resilience and Integrity of Navigation) is a European Space Agency project run in partnership with a consortium of organisations led by NLA International which comprises The General Lighthouse Authority, University of Nottingham, University College London, Taylor Airey, Terrafix, London Economics and the Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN). What are the project […]