High precision GNSS workshop

By on 14 January, 2014


Are you intimidated by the pace of change of precise GPS and now GNSS positioning?  UNSW will host an intensive 2-day workshop targeted directly at professional users starting at GPS basics through to the latest GNSS augmentations.

The workshop will cover GPS positioning modes; carrier phased based positioning; error sources and how to avoid them; real time kinematic; network RTK; CORS; PPP; Ausgeoid09; new guidelines and regulations; operations and pitfalls; AUSPOS; the impact of all the new GNSS signals.

There will be hands-on exercises in a computer lab, a showcase outdoors of the latest technology from local suppliers, and plenty of time to answer your questions.

Craig Roberts and Simon McElroy bring over 20 years of experience each to this workshop and will present the material in a unique, interactive style.

The workshop will run  at UNSW in Sydney on the 13-14 February 2014.

To find out more, download the registration brochure [pdf].

Spaces are limited, so register now.

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