NavtechGPS Spring GNSS Training - Inside GNSS

NavtechGPS Spring GNSS Training

NavtechGPS Spring GNSS Training 2015 will take place April 7-10, at The Homewood Suites by Hilton in Springfield, Virginia, USA.

Registration is now open.

NavtechGPS Spring GNSS Training 2015 will take place April 7-10, at The Homewood Suites by Hilton in Springfield, Virginia, USA.

Registration is now open.

NEW! Course 546: Inertial Systems, Kalman Filtering and GPS/INS Integration. (4-day course)
Immerse yourself in the fundamentals and practical implementations of Kalman filters that fuse GPS receiver measurements with strapdown inertial navigation solutions; case studies and MATLAB® examples included.
Taught by Dr. Alan Pue, Johns Hopkins Univ., APL and Mr. Michael Vaujin, Aerospace, Navigation and Defense Consultant

Course 346: GPS/GNSS Operation for Engineers and Technical Professionals: Principles, Technology, Applications, and Basic Differential GPS (DGPS) Concepts. (4-day course)
This course provides a comprehensive introduction to GPS system concepts, design, and operation, including an overview of DGPS technology and an introduction to Kalman filtering. Information on the status and capabilities of other GNSSes are also included.
Taught by Dr. Chris Hegarty, MITRE

Course 123 (or 122): GPS/GNSS Fundamentals and Enhancements. (Same as Days 1-2 of Course 346)
This course offers an overview of how the global positioning system works, its evolution, applications, and policy and operations considerations. Focus is on the fundamentals of GPS, including clocks and timing, orbits and satellites, and control segment functions.
Taught by Dr. Chris Hegarty, MITRE

Visit NavtechGPS or download the Spring catalog for details and course outlines.

For questions contact Carolyn McDonald at the email below.