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OPUS Projects Seminar - Tampa
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6/4/2014 to 6/5/2014
When: 6/4/2014 - 6/5/2014
8:30 am - 3:30 pm
Where: Hilton Garden Inn Tampa East/Brandon
10309 Highland Manor Drive
Tampa, Florida  33610
Presenter: Dave Newcomer, PSM, PE
Contact: Education Coordinator Rachel Simpkins

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Must attend both days to receive credit.

You must bring a laptop.


12 General CEC
Course #8133

This seminar will train the individual in the use of OPUS-Projects. For several years the National Geodetic Survey has provided users a method of computing survey grade single point GPS positions through the use of the Online Positioning User Service or OPUS. OPUS-Projects is an extension of that online service to provide the user with the knowledge and capability to complete an entire GPS campaign or project on line from downloading the data to least squares adjustment. Access to OPUS-Projects is restricted to individuals who have successfully completed this training. This is a hands-on seminar. You must bring your own laptop.

Dave Newcomer, PSM, PE currently serves as NGS Advisor. He is a graduate of the University of Michigan with a degree in Civil Engineering and a concentration in Geodesy. Mr. Newcomer is a licensed Professional Engineer and licensed Professional Land Surveyor in Pennsylvania. He has taught numerous seminars and courses on the global positioning system (GPS) including static GPS, real time kinematic GPS and how the GPS system works as well as courses on the use and adjustment of surveying instruments. He has published “GPS as a Fast Surveying Tool” (American Society of Civil Engineers: Journal of Surveying Engineering, 1990). Mr. Newcomer is a member of FSMS and the American Society of Civil Engineers.

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