NavtechGPS Fall GPS / GNSS Seminars (Courses 346, 541 & 556)

NavtechGPS Fall GPS/GNSS Training Seminars 2016 will take place at the Westin Tysons Corner Hotel in Falls Church, Viginia (Washington, D.C. area), November 14-18, 2016.

Courses 541 and 556 start on November 14, 2016. Courses 122 and 346 will start on November 15, 2016.

NavtechGPS Fall GPS/GNSS Training Seminars 2016 will take place at the Westin Tysons Corner Hotel in Falls Church, Viginia (Washington, D.C. area), November 14-18, 2016.

Courses 541 and 556 start on November 14, 2016. Courses 122 and 346 will start on November 15, 2016.

541: Using Advanced GPS/GNSS Signals and Systems. (4-day course)
Achieve proficiency, not merely familiarity, on the essential aspects of using GPS/GNSS signals, and drill deep into the signals of other systems (4 days). Comes with Betz’s new book.
Taught by Dr. John Betz, MITRE

Course 556: Inertial Systems, Kalman Filtering and GPS/INS Integration. (4.5-day course)
Immerse yourself in the fundamentals and practical implementations that fuse GPS receiver measurements with strapdown inertial navigation. Course expanded to include and half-day review of important mathematical concepts and still allow time time for important MATLAB® examples.
Taught by Dr. Alan Pue, Johns Hopkins, APL and Mr. Michael Vaujin, Aerospace Consultant

Course 346: GPS/GNSS Operation for Engineers & Technical Professionals (4-day course)
A comprehensive introduction to GPS/GNSS system concepts, design and operation, plus an introduction to DPGS and Kalman filtering.
Taught by Dr. Chris Hegarty, MITRE

Course 122: GPS/GNSS Fundamentals & Enhancements (Same as Days 1-2 of Course 346)
Take this course for the fundamentals of GPS principles and technologies including clocks and timing, orbits and constellations, and satellites and control segment functions.
Taught by Dr. Chris Hegarty, MITRE

Visit NavtechGPS or download the catalog for details and course outlines. For questions contact Carolyn McDonald at the email below.

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