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Civil GPS Service Interface Committee

The Civil GPS Service Interface Committee (CGSIC) is the recognized worldwide forum for effective interaction between all civil GPS users and the U.S. GPS authorities.

The U.S. Coast Guard Navigation Center (NAVCEN) coordinates and manages CGSIC in cooperation with the Department of Transportation.

Purpose

The Department of Transportation established CGSIC to exchange information about GPS with the civil user community, respond to the needs of civil GPS users, and integrate GPS into civil sector applications. View charter...

Information from CGSIC members and meetings is provided to United States GPS authorities for consideration in GPS policy development and GPS service operation.

Public Participation

CGSIC meets annually and is open to anyone interested in civil GPS issues. Membership is free, and there is no fee to attend any CGSIC meeting.

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CGSIC includes members from U.S. and international private, government, and industry user groups.

Subcommittees

Four subcommittees focus on specific user groups:

53rd CGSIC Meeting

The full Civil GPS Service Interface Committee convened September 16-17, 2013, at the Nashville Convention Center in Nashville, Tennessee, in conjunction with the ION GNSS+ 2013 conference.

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Officers

An Executive Panel consists of the Chair, Deputy Chair, Subcommittee Chairs, and representatives from several different transportation modes.

Chair:
Karen Van Dyke
Director, Positioning, Navigation and Timing Program
Research and Innovative Technology Administration (RITA)
U.S. Department of Transportation
Deputy Chair:
Captain William Burns
Commanding Officer
U.S. Coast Guard Navigation Center
International Deputy Chair:
John Wilde
DW International
United Kingdom
Executive Secretariat:
Rick Hamilton
GPS Information Analysis Team Lead
U.S. Coast Guard Navigation Center

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