NavtechGPS Spring GPS/GNSS Training

NavtechGPS Spring GPS/GNSS Technical Training 2016 will take place March 14-18, at Crowne Plaza Redondo Beach Marina & Hotel in Redondo Beach, California, USA.

Registration information can be found here.

NavtechGPS Spring GPS/GNSS Technical Training 2016 will take place March 14-18, at Crowne Plaza Redondo Beach Marina & Hotel in Redondo Beach, California, USA.

Registration information can be found here.

Course 346: GPS/GNSS Operations for Engineers and Technical Professionals. (4-day course)
This course provides a comprehensive introduction to GPS /GNSS system concepts, design and operation for engineers or technical professionals who need to fill in knowledge gaps or who are new to GPS/GNSS.
Taught by Dr. Chris Hegarty, MITRE

Course 541: Using Advanced GPS/GNSS Signals and Systems. (4-day course)
Achieve proficiency, not merely familiarity, with the essential aspects of using GPS/GNSS signals. Receiver processing techniques are described along with ways to characterize performance. In class review problems help students understand and apply key concepts. As attendees understand the distinctions between different systems and signals, they will become equipped to take advantage of signals from multiple systems.
Taught by Dr. John Betz, MITRE

Course 556: Inertial Systems, Kalman Filtering, and GPS/INS Integrations. (4.5 day course)
This newly expanded course on aided navigation will immerse the student in the fundamental concepts and practical implementations of the Kalman filters that fuse GPS receiver measurements with strapdown inertial navigation solutions. Includes practical Kalman filter design techniques, case studies and demonstrations using MATLAB®.
Taught by Dr. Alan Pue, Johns Hopkins, APL and Michael Vaujin, Consultant, Aerospace, Navigation, Defense

Course 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 the NavtechGPS event page to download details and course outlines.

For questions contact Carolyn McDonald at the email below. 

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