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Survey/GIS Editor Eric Gakstatter to Conduct GPS/GNSS Workshop at East Carolina University May 10, 2012

April 11, 2012  - By
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GPS World Survey/GIS editor Eric Gakstatter will conduct a one day workshop at the East Carolina University Center for Geographic Information Science in Greenville, NC on May 10, 2012. The workshop is suited for professional GPS/GNSS users in GIS, land surveying, engineering, construction, agriculture, and other high precision applications.

Workshop Theme:

“GNSS technology is going to change much more in the next five years than it has in the past five years”

Workshop Topics:

1. GPS/GNSS: How does it work and how accurate is it?
2. What is GNSS and what can it do for me?
3. Market survey of professional and consumer GPS/GNSS receivers.
4. The future of GPS/GNSS receivers. New signals? How much? How accurate?
5. Real-time corrections or post-processing. Which should I use?
6. Sources of real-time corrections. Free and subscription-based.
7. Source of post-processing software and data.
8. GPS/GNSS for high-precision GIS: The value and the headaches.
9. Evaluating GPS/GNSS equipment: Which one is right for you?
10. How to measure the accuracy of a GPS/GNSS receiver. Accuracy vs. Precision
Venue:
East Carolina University Center for Geographic Information Science
Greenville, NC USA
Date/Time:
Thursday, May 10, 2012. 8:30a – 5:00p
Click here for details and registration form.
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