Is navigation inherent or learned? Is it OK to just trust the bots and the satellites? Can the ancient Tuareg navigation methods help you find your way in New York?
Roger McKinlay, the immediate past president of the Royal Institute of Navigation in London, Tristan Gooley, expert in natural navigation, Bill Eakins, route scout for Butler Maps, and Matthew Brummet, a wilderness survival guide, are talking about all of this and more:
Would you like to see alive panel on this and if yes, what questions would you have to each of the participants?