First IEEE International Symposium on inertial sensors and systems took place on February, 25-26 in California, United States. Navigine visited the conference and here is what we've got... This event launches an annual tradition of informal international meetings with the aim to discuss the latest developments in the area of modern inertial sensors and emerging applications. The industry is projected to exceed $4.0B this year. This event offers a unique opportunity to meet and network with leaders in the field of Inertial Sensors and Systems in an informal atmosphere of a focused international technical symposium. Navigine team actively participated in discussions and presented the opportunities of its high accurate indoor navigation service. As well we presented a paper "Indoor positioning using Wi-Fi fingerprinting pedestrian dead reckoning and aided INS". In this paper we propose a method of indoor navigation using a MEMS-based strapdown inertial navigation system (INS) aided by Wi-Fi signal strength measurements.