NavtechGPS Course: GPS / GNSS Operations for Engineers and Technical Professionals

NavtechGPS Course: GPS / GNSS Operations for Engineers and Technical Professionals

Course 346 is a condensed, 4-day version of NavtechGPS’ most popular course for those who want to save on lodging and overhead. It will take place at the company offices, 5501 Backlick Road, Suite 230, in Springfield, Virginia on June 10, 11, 12 and 13.

The last day to register is May 24.

Course 346 is a condensed, 4-day version of NavtechGPS’ most popular course for those who want to save on lodging and overhead. It will take place at the company offices, 5501 Backlick Road, Suite 230, in Springfield, Virginia on June 10, 11, 12 and 13.

The last day to register is May 24.

It offers a comprehensive introduction to GPS, system concepts, differential GPS (DGPS), design, operation, implementation and applications, including detailed information on the GPS signal, its processing by the receiver, and the techniques by which GPS obtains position, velocity and time.

The instructors are Dr. Michael Braasch, Ohio University, and Dr. Chris Hegarty, MITRE Corporation.

The course is designed for engineering staff who need to be rapidly brought up to
speed on GPS and for those already working in GPS who need exposure to
the system as a whole in order to work more effectively.

NavtechGPS is a 25-year old company that offers GPS/GNSS applications solutions
for military and research customers, with product choices from more than
30 manufacturers. The company organizes basic and advanced GNSS seminars
for engineers and technical professionals all over the United States.

For more information, call Carolyn McDonald at the telephone number or email address below.

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