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As of Friday October 2nd, this event WILL TAKE PLACE as scheduled.
Let's talk about points, the grid, and the ground. Why not?
As you are likely aware, progressively more high-precision GPS/GNSS (global positioning system/global satellite navigation system) based real-time-kinematic methods are being used in for project related mapping.
Unless proper correction methods are used, horizontal distances between two locations determined by the GNSS method will differ from the measurements that are made by traditional survey methods. This difference between the two measurements is often referred to as the grid-to-ground problem. This meeting will provide methodologies to address this challenge, and assist the GIS community in gaining a better understanding of the process.
When: Tuesday October 6, 2015
Where: New Jersey Institute of Technology- Newark, NJ
Time: 8:00 am- 3:30 pm
Venue Address and Parking
-- Google Maps: 154 Summit Street, Newark, NJ 07102- Please note that Summit Street is ONE WAY
-- Campus Center #24 on campus map: Atrium Conference Center- NJIT- University Heights Newark, NJ 07102 Parking and Center Map- Blue annotates driving and orange annotates pedestrian traffic.
-- Parking: Once on campus, follow signs for NJIT Parking Deck
Light breakfast and lunch is included with your paid registration of $25.
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