NGS State Plane Coordinate System Webinar

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NGS State Plane Coordinate System Webinar

If you use the NGS state plane coordinate system then you will not want to miss this important webinar being presented by Dr. Michael Dennis on Thursday October 10, 2019 from 2 to3 PM EDT.

Webinar Description:

The National Spatial Reference System (NSRS) will change in 2022, including the State Plane Coordinate System (SPCS), and you can be a part of that change.This presentation provides guidance on making requests to NGS for design of SPCS2022 zones in a state, how a state can propose and submit its own designs, and the special case of zones in more than one state.

Webinar topics include:

  • Who can submit requests and proposals
  • How to complete the forms
  • When it all must be done
  • Requirements for zone designs (the “rules”)

The reasons for the rules will also be discussed, to show how they promote good design practice and provide consistency for a nationwide system intended for the future—but one that is also more complex than its predecessors.

Technical Content: Intermediate (Some prior knowledge of the topic is helpful).

Materials to help you prepare for the webinar:

These materials are not prerequisites to attend the webinar. However, your familiarity with the topics and terminology from the resources listed below will likely help you get more out of the webinar.

Previous related webinars: 

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