Webinar: Is Dual-Frequency GPS – As We Know It – Becoming Obsolete?

October 21, 2008  - By

On October 28 GPS World survey and construction Editor Eric Gakstatter will be discussing the U.S. Department of Defense GPS Wing’s proposal to discontinue supporting Civil P(Y) semi-codeless on GPS L1 and L2 after December 31, 2020 — rendering a massive amount of high-precision GPS equipment obsolete. The webinar is hosted by GPS World and sponsored by Magellan GPS.

What You’ll Learn:

  • A discussion of the semi-codeless technique they are referring to.
  • Who’s affected.
  • Which receivers are affected.
  • How it might impact your organization.
  • What options you have if you own legacy dual-frequency GPS equipment.

Who Should Attend:

The seminar will be targeted to professionals in high-precision positioning:

  • Land surveying
  • Aerial surveying
  • Hydrography
  • Exploration
  • Geodesy
  • Photogrammetry/remote sensing
  • Construction
  • Mining
  • Civil engineering
  • Natural resource management
  • Cartography/mapmaking
  • Utilities/public works
  • Environmental management
  • High precision guidance in aviation
  • Military and government
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