NGS Webinar – GPS on Bench Marks 2022 Campaign

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NGS Webinar GPS on Benchmarks

As part of modernizing the National Spatial Reference System, a NGS webinar will explain a transformation tool that provides a mapping-grade transformation between the current and new datums. Users are encouraged to submit GPS data on existing bench marks to improve the quality of the transformation in their local areas. These webinars have been extremely valuable educational opportunities. By registering you will get the link to the on-demand recording.

GPS on Benchmarks: 2022 Transformation Tool Campaign

July 11, 2019; 2:00 – 3:00 pm, Eastern Time

 Presenter: Galen Scott, National Geodetic Survey

To Register Click Here

NGS has released a new prioritized list of bench marks across the United States and its Territories to direct local users to the marks in their area where new GPS observations would have the biggest impact on the quality of the tool. A new GPSonBM web map is also available that enables users to explore, sort, and download coordinates on the list.

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

Register to Attend Upcoming Webinars:

Blueprint for 2022, Part III: Working in the Modernized NSRS
Dr. Dru Smith, National Geodetic Survey
July 25, 2019, 2:00 – 4:00 pm, Eastern Time

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As a reminder, the NGS Webinar Series hosts presentations on various topics related to NGS programs, projects, products and services to educate constituents about NGS activities.
• View our upcoming schedule.
• View recordings of previous webinars.
• Have a question? View our webinar FAQs or email the NGS Info Center

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