Collecting High Spatial Accuracy Field Asset Information

  • 2017-03-31
  • 7:30 AM - 3:30 PM (CDT)
  • Owensboro Community and Technical College 4800 New Hartford Rd "Rooms 200 & 206" Owensboro, KY 42303
  • 25

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The purpose of this workshop is to discuss maximizing accuracy through a new generation of GPS devices and software now becoming available that add exciting new options for the Surveyor. 

We will look at Terrasync, Geo+ and ArcPad to explore their capabilities and benefits. These GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System) devices are available in a variety of options, from centimeter level to sub-meter accuracies at a much lower cost than in the past. These devices provide real-time corrections and allow the use of phones or tablets for data collection and reconnaissance. 

There are many factors that need to be considered in the application of these types of devices. Critical to the effective use of this technology is an understanding of real time GPS correction sources and associated coordinate projection and data transformation parameters. 

We will discuss the best practices from preparing data for field work, collecting data in the field, and post processing of data via both real time and in the office. With post processing data in the office, we will primarily focus on PathFinder Office, however, we will demonstrate using Trimble Positions Desktop.

In addition, the workshop will focus on using the new Pathfinder Office KYCORS extension that allows quick access to all of KYCORS station directly in Pathfinder Office. We will demonstrate how to download, install, and use the KYCORS extension for Terrasync and ArcPad collected data.

Registration for this workshop is FREE for KAMP members and students.  Non-KAMP members may register for $25.  

***Note*** This workshop includes simultaneous programs in two separate rooms.  Please indicate which session you would like to attend by selecting "Lecture" room 200 or "Computer" room 206 during registration.  

Lecture Room 200 Agenda: HERE and below

7-7:30 am Room check   (TB) Technical Building
7:30-8:00 am Registration/Check-in   (TB) Technical Building
8:00-9:00 am Greetings & National Geospatial Technology Center of Excellence Presents
Lance M / Vincent DiNotto (TB) Room #200
9:00-9:45 am Introductions Eric M (TB) Room #200
9:45-10 am BREAK   (TB) Technical Building
10-10:45 am TerrasSync Practices Rusty A (TB) Room #200
10:45-11:15 TerraSync Workflow for field work Eric M (TB) Room #200
11:15-12 noon ArcPad Workflow Dustin H (TB) Room #200
12:15-12:50 pm Lunch David C (TB) Room #200
1-1:30pm Wrap up ArcPad & TerraSync Dustin H & Rusty A (TB) Room #200
1:30-2:30pm Trimble Positions Desktop addin Dustin H & Rusty A (TB) Room #200
2:30-3pm Dr Office / Possible field work w Geo7x Dustin H & Rusty A

(TB) Room #200

3-3:30 pm Closing Lance Morris (TB) Room #200

Computer Room 206 Agenda: HERE and below

7-7:30 am Room check   (TB) Technical Building
7:30-8:00 am Registration/Check-in   (TB) Technical Building
8:00-9:00 am Greetings & National Geospatial Technology Center of Excellence Presents
Lance M / Vincent DiNotto (TB) Room #200
9:00-9:45 am Introductions Eric M (TB) Room #200
9:45-10 am BREAK   (TB) Technical Building
10-11 am Go+ Workflow Ron H (TB) Room #206
11-11:30 am Collector Importing Data Rusty A (TB) Room #206
11:30-12 noon Collector workflow Eric M /Rusty A (TB) Room #206
12:15-12:50 pm Lunch David C (TB) Room #200
1-2:00 pm Field work w Go+ & Collector Ron H & Eric Muncy (TB) Room #206
2-3:00 pm Importing data from Field work & Data quality Ron H, Eric M & Rusty A (TB) Room #206
3-3:30 pm Closing Lance Morris (TB) Room #200

Please Bring: 

Tablet or Phone w ESRI Collector application on it
Bring Trimble R1 or R2 receiver if available
If doing the TerraSync or ArcPad sessions bring GPS equipment.

Instructors: 

Rusty Anderson, Eric Muncy, Ron Householder, Dustin Horn, David Siskin, David Carter

Instructor Bios can be found HERE

Lunch is FREE for registered attendees thanks to our sponsors Precision Instruments & CDP Inc.

Parking is free and within easy walking distance of the Technical Building where the workshop will be held.  A map of the area with buildings and parking labeled can be viewed HERE.

KAMP is aligning its training objectives with GIS standards established by the GIS Certification Institute (GISCI) for the GISP Exam and used by the National Geospatial Technology Center of Excellence (GeoTech Center) in their personal assessment instrument. The GeoTech Center is utilizing forty-four (44) content areas  which are associated with more than 200 competencies.  The GeoTech Center is researching the knowledge strengths and weaknesses in each of these content areas.  The GeoTech Center will reference these content areas for expansion of knowledge at three levels: introductory, intermediate and proficient. A series of code(s) corresponding to the content area(s) and knowledge level (http://www.geotechcenter.org) will be assigned to every educational and professional development opportunity sponsored, co-sponsored, or coordinated by KAMP. Those attending training will be awarded credit towards continuing education in those areas; those credits can then be used towards GISP certification and re-certification, as specified by the GISCI (http://gisci.org).

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