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Hyatt House Falls Church/Merrifield, Fairfax, VA

Course Location and Hotel Lodging for GPS and GNSS Training

For Courses 122, 346 and 557 running July 13-17, 2020
(See each course for course details.)

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

For GPS Directions, please use address: 8315 Lee Highway Fairfax VA 22031

Note: The cut-off date to book at this special rate is Monday, June 22, 2020. This rate is available until the block of rooms fill, or until June 22, whichever comes first, so don't delay.

Sleeping Room Rates: $165 Single-Double Occupancy. Discount rate runs from July 12 through July 18, but be sure to book by June 22. Rate is always subject to availability.

Phone: 1-888-591-1234 (U.S. Toll Free): International: 1-571-327-2277. Please mention Code G-NAV5 to obtain the special NavtechGPS rate.

TO RESERVE ONLINE AT THE GROUP RATE:

  1. Click the HYATT HOUSE RESERVATION link (After you have made your selections, click show Summary Details to see each day's room rate and taxes.)
  2. Enter arrival and departure dates
  3. Click on the Check Availability
  4. Reservations will require a credit card for guarantee
  5. You should see rates. (These rates are at or below the U.S. government rate.)
  6. Select your room and complete your reservation.
  7. Reservations can also be made via phone at 888-591-1234

For GPS Directions, please use address: 8315 Lee Highway Fairfax VA 22031

Read Testimonials

Course: 122
Falls Church, VA

Learning the terms and how they play a role in GPS and how equipment processes GPS signals [was useful to my work]. The 2-day course discussed many of the terms I deal with in my job.

— Frank Crisafulli, USCG
Course: 557
Huntsville, AL

[My main objective was to] gain a basic understanding of navigation systems; this course exceeded this expectation with a lot of very in-depth information.

— Name withheld upon request, NASA
Course: 557
Huntsville, AL

I found everything to be useful. The review of filtering concepts was a great refresher and filled several holes in my knowledge. I’ve not done any GPS work before, so learning about how to integrate them into a navigation system was imminently practical.

— Name withheld upon request, NASA
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