Posted By Jesse Kozlowski, NJ PLS on 11/8/2008 at 1:55 PM
From "The Survey Association" (TSA) website in the UK ......
7 November, 2008
Network RTK Guidelines
this year, TSA, Leica, Trimble and the Ordnance Survey came together to
fund research into GPS accuracies. Newcastle University was
commissioned to undertake the research and to produce best practice
guidelines. The aim of the research is to provide quantifiable evidence
to the accuracies that are achievable using GPS and to explain to both
users and clients how best to achieve this.
This is possibly the
first time that the industry has come together in such a manner and all
the stakeholders are justifiably proud of the process. We firmly
believe that this should be of interest to all concerned with the
accurate collection of GPS data.
The final report and guidance
notes were unveiled, explained and discussed at a “launch day” meeting
hosted by TSA at Old Trafford.
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A PDF of these guidelines and other PDFs are available at -
Network RTK Guidelines - 11/7/2008
November 10, 2008