The 2018 MGA Conference

23 October, 2018 – 25 October, 2018 all-day
RMIT University Melbourne City Campus
124 La Trobe St
Melbourne VIC 3000
The 2018 MGA Conference @ RMIT University Melbourne City Campus | Melbourne | Victoria | Australia

Discover the latest advancements in GNSS.

Be a part of this free two-and-a-half-day conference with a generous spread of updates from Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) signal providers, sessions on industry applications, facilitated networking and young professional and student events.


Join us at RMIT University’s Melbourne City Campus.23-25 October, 2018

Come along and learn about the latest advancements in GNSS and connect with local and international businesses to explore how satellite positioning, timing and navigation can catapult your commercial enterprise.


Industry, Government & Research leaders from around the world.

If you want to know how satellite navigation technology and spatial information can benefit your business, then this conference is for you. Sessions will examine the growing demand for accurate position, navigation and timing information across agriculture, utilities, emergency services, resources, construction and smart cities, the vital role GNSS plays in improving our road, rail, aerial and marine transport and provide highlights from the Australian and New Zealand Satellite Based Augmentation System (SBAS) test-bed.


Only 200 registrations available!

Past events have attracted delegates from over 23 different countries! You do not want to miss the opportunity to create solutions, drive innovation and connect with industry, from all the world. Abstracts close Sunday 2 September and your last chance to get a spot at the conference dinner at Melbourne Gaol is Tuesday 9 October!

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