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GPS and GNSS Training at These Exciting Locations

 

541: Using Advanced GNSS Signals and Systems AT ESA/ESTEC

October  23 - 26, 2017, Noordwijk, The Netherlands

(Attendance is open to NATO member country citizens only)

See Below for Fall U.S. Courses

 

The European Space Agency (ESA/ESTEC) Noordwijk, The Netherlands
For hotel information, contact ESTEC Hotel
Reservation Service at 31-71-565-8030, phone
Or by email at estec.traveloffice@atpi.com. 
Other Questions?: Contact Carolyn McDonald
( 1-703-256-8900) cmcdonald@navtechgps.com
Note: Non-E.U. participants and non-U.S. citizens
must be cleared for attendance prior to being
officially registered.

 

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ABOUT COURSE 541 (and 551, 5-day version of same course)
“He [Dr. John Betz] had a very methodical and logical way to present the material and build on it. It was very effective. He took questions well and answered them thoroughly and encouraged questions. Understanding the trade-offs that Dr. Betz presented in an elegant way helps us decipher when and how to use the different parameters for receiver design and signal processing and which techniques to use.
— Gina Guiducci, U.S. Army, Aberdeen Proving Grounds, January 2017

“Dr. John Betz’ course 541 on advanced GNSS signals and systems has been very helpful, especially when implementing algorithms to support newer constellations.  I took this course in September 2013 and it was immediately useful upon my return to work.  Also, the course notes have been a reference that I value highly and refer to frequently.”
— Premal Madhani, September 2013 
 
[My objective was] to become more familiar with state of the art in acquisition and tracking. Dr. Betz’s teaching style was great; he encouraged questions and provided detailed answers. I appreciated the homework assignment to help us become more proficient. I also like learning new techniques that are not necessarily available in the literature.
  —  Military attendee, name withheld upon request, Course 551, March 2012
 
 
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541: Using Advanced GPS/GNSS Signals and Systems (A 4-day course)
Dr. John Betz, MITRE
 
 

QUESTIONS?  Need On-Site Training? Contact Carolyn McDonald. +1-703-256-8900; cmcdonald@navtechgps.com

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Contact me
1-800-628-0885
1-703-256-8900
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FALL 2017 GPS / GNSS COURSES, WASHINGTON, DC AREA

DECEMBER 4 - 8, 2017 
(Hyatt House Falls Church/Merrifield)

Hotel and Course Location

Hyatt House Falls Church/Merrifield
8296 Glass Alley
Fairfax, Virginia, USA 22031

Note: The special hotel room rate
 expires
November 10, 2017, or as soon as the hotel block fills, whichever comes first. 

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ABOUT COURSE 346
My employment position entails interfacing with customers and program offices that use GPS in the systems we test. All of the material in this course is beneficial for my understanding of these systems to better allocate resources for testing. The class material maximized useful content in a 4-day course. The teacher [Dr. Chris Hegarty] was wonderful and very useful."
— Michael Mouser, USAF; November 2016
 
ABOUT COURSE 557/ 556/546
I wanted to become more familiar with inertial navigation and the data fusion methods. The class fully met my needs and expectations. I would recommend the course to my colleagues working in tracking and navigation, particularly those doing counter-fire radar work. 
— Warner Warren, The MITRE Corporation; November 2016

 

"This course would be almost impossible to replicate at a university without taking several courses that would only comment on the subject. Having it all in one place over two days is well worth the money."
— Ed May, i40 International, LLC; April 2015
 
 
DECEMBER 4
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DECEMBER 7
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DECEMBER 8
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346GPS / GNSS Operation for Engineers & Technical Professionals (A 4-day course)
Dr. Chris Hegarty, MITRE
 
 

122: GPS/ GNSS Fundamentals & Enhancements
(Days 1 and 2 of Course 346)

(Download Course 122 Outline PDF)

   
557: Inertial Systems, Kalman Filtering and GPS / INS Integration
(This course was course 546. Course expanded
from 4.5 days to a FULL 5 days based on student feedback)

Dr. Alan Pue, Johns Hopkins, APL and Mr. Michael Vaujin, Aerospace Consultant.
Course includes a half-day review of important mathematical concepts. The half-day review is optional. See registration form. 
 

QUESTIONS?  Need On-Site Training?  Learn More.

We can tailor our courses to meet your needs, and we will help you with logistics.
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Contact me
1-800-628-0885
1-703-256-8900
cmcdonald@navtechgps.com
I will be happy to answer your questions.
 

 
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