Early Bird Discount for the 2023 Annual Assembly and Conference of the Radio Technical Commission for Maritime Services (RTCM) is May 16th!


May 15, 2023

Take advantage of the Early Bird Discount and register on line today for the 2023 Annual Assembly and Conference of the Radio Technical Commission for Maritime Services (RTCM).  The assembly and conference will be held in Jacksonville, Florida, USA at the Hyatt Regency Riverfront Hotel and Conference Center June 13th through June 16th, 2023. 

The first two days of the program will consist of presentations and panel discussions centered around the theme of “The Future of Maritime Communications and Navigation.” This will be followed by the GMDSS Task Force meeting and Special Committee (SC) 110 meeting on Thursday and the NOAA Beacon Manufacturers Workshop on the Friday. There will also be meetings of SC109, SC121, and SC129 on Thursday and Friday. 

The Hyatt Regency Jacksonville Riverfront Hotel is offering a special lodging rate for conference attendees of US$149 per night. If you are interested in attending, make your hotel reservations as soon as possible to secure this fantastic rate. Room availability is limited and on a first come first serve basis.
RTCM Assembly







Follow the link below to access information about hotel reservations, a Virtual Video Tour, and details on Government Per Diem rate rooms https://www.rtcm.org/2023-rtcm-conference-hotel-info. 

Further information about the Annual Assembly and Conference can be accessed at https://www.rtcm.org/2023-rtcm-annual-assembly-conference or you can proceed directly to the registration page at https://www.rtcm.org/2023-rtcm-registration-info. As well as registering for the conference as an attendee, you may also set your organization apart by registering as an Exhibitor or a Sponsor.

If you are interested in presenting, sponsoring, or exhibiting,
please contact hq@rtcm.org

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