From GPS to GNSS ? a CPD Event

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23rd February 2010

DIT Surveying & Mapping Developments Series

An evening event to inform you of developments in GNSS

Monday 8th March
18:00 - 20:00
Room 236, DIT Bolton Street

The Department of Spatial Information Sciences at DIT is pleased to invite you to this event as part of its Developments Series of Programmes for Industry. Programmes are also offered in its Fundamentals Series, Specialisation Series and Showcase Series. Attendance at this event is free of charge but registration is required. It is supported by Murphy Surveys Ltd., Society of Chartered Surveyors and Irish Institution of Surveyors.

Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS), including GPS, Glonass and Galileo, have developed significantly in the last decade. These system developments and enhancements have led to new survey possibilities. In Ireland, the establishment of networks of Continuously Operating Reference Stations has changed field practices and enabled users to get the most from their GNSS receivers. This Seminar will discuss these topics from both an academic and practical view point followed by a Q&A session with participants.

Programme

18:00 GNSS Developments Dr Audrey Martin FSCS FRICS. Lecturer Department of Spatial Information Sciences, DIT

18:45 Break

19:00 Using the NRTK and VRS systems in Ireland today Ronan Weldon Dip GeoSurv MIS. Senior Surveyor, Murphy Surveys

19:45 Q&A Session All

20:00 Close

To reserve a place at this event, please contact the Department of Spatial Information Sciences in DIT Bolton Street, at spatial.planning@dit.ie

Department of Spatial Information Sciences
DIT, Bolton St., Dublin 1
Tel. +353 (0)1 4023742
Head of Department: frank.prendergast@dit.ie
Administrator: spatial.planning@dit.ie
www.dit.ie/SIS/

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