This is a friendly reminder regarding the annual meeting of the Oregon GNSS Users Group that will be held on Friday, September 17, at the Three Sisters Conference Center of the Deschutes County Fair & Expo Center in Redmond, Oregon. If you’ve already RSVP’d that you’ll be coming, please excuse this email.
Our current Chair, Randy Oberg, has assembled a variety of presenters and topics, including a research project on ORGN project control by Chase Simpson of OSU, a presentation on Shake Alert by Rex Flake of Central Washington University, an ORGN update by Randy Oberg and Eric Zimmerman of ODOT, and an update on the OCRS and NATRF2022 by Brady Callahan of Oregon State Parks. And we’re especially pleased to announce that Bob Green, PS, recently featured in the American Surveyor, is flying in from Colorado to present on two different topics: Satellite-Based Correction Services and a comparison of RTX post-processing with OPUS reports.
As always, the meeting is free to members, as is lunch, snacks, beverages, and a light breakfast. We expect 5 PDH contact hours will be available for attendees who require them for their profession. If you do plan on attending, please RSVP to me at firstname.lastname@example.org so that we have enough seats and food for everyone. And please, forward this announcement to your peers and co-workers who use GNSS in their professions as well—we’d be glad to have them join us.
If you aren’t currently a member of the Oregon GNSS Users Group, please consider joining us. We advocate for all of those who utilize GNSS systems professionally in Oregon. Membership is a bargain at only $12/year. We typically hold a full-day workshop on current GNSS topics every spring, and members are entitled to attend our semi-annual meetings/presentations for free. A link to start or renew your membership is here: http://www.ogug.net/membership-info.html.
Chris Munson, PE, PLS—Secretary, Oregon GNSS Users Group
Principal Engineer & Land Surveyor
Office: (541) 550-7396
Mobile: (541) 550-0139
Members and Friends of the Oregon GNSS Users Group,
To view the slideshows of past meetings and special events, click on the appropriate link below: