The Riverside/San Bernardino Chapter of CLSA is proud to offer: OPUS Projects Management Training
When: June 11 – 12, 2015
Where: Riverside County Flood Control District
1995 Market Street
Riverside, CA 92501 (see attached map)
Instructors: Dana Caccamise II, Pacific Southwest Regional Advisor, NOAA’s National Geodetic Survey (NGS)
William Stone, Southwest Region Geodetic Advisor, NOAA’s National Geodetic Survey (NGS)
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 natual extention
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.
Some advantages include:
· Data uploading and harvesting through OPUS
· We-based data storage and access
· Processing and network adjustment using the NGS PAGES software suite
· Data and solution visualization aids
· Coordinate results tied to the NSRS or to local constraints
What will you learn at OPUS Projects Management Training?
By attending this two-day seminar, you should have enough information to successfully use OPUS Projects for your
own geodetic network projects. The training is two days and you must attend both days to become a project manager
for OPUS Projects. Once the training is completed, you’ll be given an opportunity to register your email address,
thereby authorizing you to create and process your own OPUS Projects. (**Please Note – This class does not cover
Although it is not required, familiarity with typical GNSS surveying practices and NGS’ OPUS is helpful. Also helpful is
the ability to access your email during training because OPUS Projects uses email as one means to communicate with
· Attendees must bring their own laptop computer (and power supply) with WiFi capability, with a current browser installed
(Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox), and have the ability to retrieve email during the class.
· You may bring your own project data (a few stations collected over a few days makes a good size training project) or
and/or sample data will be provided.
· Detailed instructions will be distributed prior to the workshop.
Course Fees: $210 for Riverside/San Bernardino Chapter Members
$250 for non-chapter members (The difference will apply to 2015 RSB Chapter membership dues)
How to reserve your seat: Click the link below, choose your membership status and pay online via Pay Pal. Reservations are guaranteed only on a first come, first served basis. You must pay to reserve a spot. Substitutions are welcome, but we must be notified of any changes. (Please be sure to enter the email address you will access for the class when you pay on Pay Pal. The email addresses of those signed up for the class will be provided to NGS for registration purposes.)
Class Schedule: Day 1 Check in – 8:00 AM
Instruction – 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
15 Minute Breaks – 10:00 AM, 2:30 PM
Lunch – 12:00 PM
Day 2 Instruction – 8:00 AM – 3:30 PM
15 Minute Breaks – 10:00 AM & 2:00 PM
Lunch – 12:00 PM
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FYI - This is the only OPUS PM Training class being offered in CA right now...and it's the only one that has been offered in CA for the last year.
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