Formed in 1947 and granted Royal recognition in 1972, and incorporated by Royal Charter in 2006 our charitable aims have always been: to unite in one body those interested in navigation; to advance the art, science and practice of navigation; and to promote knowledge in navigation and its associated sciences, including positioning, timing, tracking and conduct of a journey, whether on, in, over or under land, sea, air or space.
With our wide range of Special Interest Groups and Regional Branches running a variety of events we aim to
keep our members at the forefront of navigation debate.
From running targeted events and international conferences which focus on the hot issues
and leading activity in the navigation industry, through to publishing
the world-renowned Journal of Navigation, featuring the best new academic research in navigation, we are committed to the development of navigation.
In addition to publishing Navigation News, the popular bimonthly magazine covering all aspects of navigation, we run
competitions to promote navigation in all areas, such as TopNav for general aviators,
New Navigators to give post graduate students a chance to show their skills to industry and Young Navigators
to inspire an interest in navigation in young people.
The town of Leonia NJ has put up 'No Entry' signs to counter drivers following satnav short-cuts through residential areas.
Brexit is to see UK losing its hosting of one of the 2 Galileo Security Monitoring Centres.
Submissions for papers to be presented at this year's European Navigation Conference are due by 29 January.
With eCall becoming mandatory in new vehicles in March 2018, the European GNSS Agency (GSA) has launched a testing campaign.
The RIN SCG Annual General Meeting will take place on 15th March at the Royal Thames Yacht Club
The RIN SCG Electronic Navigation Conference will take place on 18th April 2018.
See details on the RIN Solent Branch entry
We have a wide range of Special Interest Groups to keep members at the forefront of navigation debate.
Our network of branches across the country run a wide range of regional events.
Our events and conferences tackle the hot issues, the best research and leading activity in the navigation industry.
Navigation News, our popular bimonthly magazine, covers all aspects of navigation.
The RIN's world-renowned Journal of Navigation features the best new academic research in navigation.
Our competitions aim to promote navigation in all areas and inspire an interest in navigation in young people.
We house the UK's leading navigation-specific library of books and resources which is open to the public, and from which Members can borrow.
Be a part of the UK’s leading voice on all areas of navigation and keep up to date.