Using the Vermont CORS Network to Access the National Spatial Reference System – Webinar

 

Dan Martin, VT Geodetic Advisor will present this webinar on January 26, 2011. See the VT CORS website here: http://www.aot.state.vt.us/geodetic/cors/vtcors.htm

In 2006, the Vermont Agency of Transportation began to install a network of Continuously Operating GNSS Reference Stations (CORS). Now, nearly four and a half years later the network is almost complete. The use of the VT network by positioning professionals has been steadily increasing, and it is anticipated that its use will begin to grow exponentially over the next couple of years. Topics covered in this webinar will include:

  • A brief description of the VT CORS network and how it fits into the National CORS Network
  • Current capabilities and usage of the network
  • A description of current methods and techniques of accessing the NSRS using the VT CORS
  • Future trends for accessing the NSRS

Click here to register for this FREE webinar: https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/837757846

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One Response to Using the Vermont CORS Network to Access the National Spatial Reference System – Webinar

  1. Gary King says:

    Did not attend the webinar but just went thru the powerpoint presentation.

    Now that Brattleboro has its onw mapping grade GPS, I do appreacitate the Vermont COR network. The Dummerston COR site is only a few miles from downtown Brattleboro giving us good post corrected data.

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