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Date: Wednesday, October 28
Time: 8:00 am-9:30 am MDT  |  4:00 pm-5:30 pm CET
Presenters: Richard Hassler, Rui Wu, Jeff Ryan

For a TBC regular, adjusting a GNSS network is no longer a big challenge, but what about adjusting a multi-sensor network involving: GNSS, total station, and digital level data?  It is as much an art as it is a science to fine tune the settings in order to reach an optimal balance.

We are pleased to introduce the first TBC Power 1½ Hour to dive deep into the delicate network adjustment process and unfold the “why’s” behind each button click. Richard Hassler P.L.S. will anatomize real-world projects with data from all three sensors, describe observation weighting techniques, and interpret the network adjustment report for clues and hints.

IMPORTANT: This is an advanced network adjustment workshop and knowledge of the basics is assumed. Before attending this session, we urge you to watch its prelude:

Attendees will learn:

  • Theories and principles of how a combined network adjustment works
  • Behaviors of multi-sensor data in a network
  • How to assign weights to data from different sensors
  • How to interpret the network adjustment report for confident deliverables

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