We are excited to announce that we are now offering Trimble Business Center classes customized to your level of training, budget and your time.
Take any combination of TBC Basic, TBC Complete and TBC Advanced, or take all three for a $200 savings. Registration is limited to 12 seats per class, so please sign up at your earliest convenience.
To register, go to http://www.neigps.com/sc_event/product_group/survey-products and pick only the training products you need.
It’s training, your way.
Class topics will cover:
June 17th, 2014
DAY ONE – TBC Basic
Creating a Project:
Project settings, setting project parameters in TBC
Feature Definition Management, creating line control codes and attributes
Data Import, importing data from the collector to TBC
Data viewing, viewing imported data and correcting problems
3D Data Visualization
Google Earth Tools
Optical/Total Station Data Processing
Cad and Cogo Tools
Automated Feature Code Processing and Symbol Placement
Advanced Data Management Tools
Internet Services, Trimble Connected Community, OPUS
Data Export, exporting data and relevant files to the collector
June 18th, 2014
DAY TWO – TBC Complete
GNSS Baseline Processing
Site Calibration tools
Advanced Volume Calculations
Image georeferencing tools, Trimble Vision with the Robot
Point cloud data
Post processing with Trimble RTX GNSS
3D Data drive through
June 19th, 2014
DAY THREE – TBC Advanced
Corridor Desing Tools
Terrestrial Photogrammetry Tools
Automated Object Creation form CAD Designs
Automated Point Creation at Intervals
Advanced Cross-Section Tools
About the instructor:
10368 Westmoor Drive
Westminster, CO 80021
Daniel Butvidas is currently a Technical Support Representative with Trimble Navigation. He has been with Trimble Navigation for over eight years and provides technical support for Trimble surveying and scanning products. Prior to Trimble, Daniel has over twelve years of field/office experience working as a land surveyor for the public and private sectors. Daniel received a B.S. in Civil Engineering Technology (1994) and a B.S Surveying and Mapping (1999) from Metropolitan State College of Denver. In addition, he is a Professional Registered Land Surveyor (State of Colorado).