Webinar: What is OPUS Projects?
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When: 05/27/2020
12:00:00 PM
United States
Presenter: Daniel J. Martin, Northeast Regional Geodetic Advisor, NOAA/NOS/National Geodetic Survey
Contact: Mark Husik

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What is OPUS Projects?

OPUS Projects is a web-based GPS processing and network adjustment package with access to simple visualization, management, and processing tools for multiple marks and multiple occupations. OPUS Projects is a natural extension of OPUS that allows engineers, surveyors, and other users to position campaign-style GPS observations (geodetic networks) with greater accuracy by combining them through multi-baseline processing and least-squares adjustments. In this webinar, we will highlight many of the features of OPUS Projects and describe the usual workflow for processing and adjusting GPS data with OPUS Projects. By the end of the webinar, participants should have enough knowledge of OPUS Projects to determine if they are interested in the OPUS Projects training.

Member -  $40
Non-Member - $60