Virtual Reference Network Workshop

Technology and Applications Workshop

June 5, 2018 

Room T102, Algonquin College

08:00 to 16:30

Virtual Reference Networks are now being employed for everything from surveying, mapping, engineering and navigation to improve accuracy and efficiency.

Come to our workshop to find out all about Virtual Reference Networks: how they work, results and accuracies, availability in Canada, NRCan tools and how to get access. VRN user cases will also be presented.


Canadian Geodetic Survey Tools and Services for Accurate Positioning

Brian Donahue, Geodetic Survey Division, Natural Resources Canada 

TopNET Live – GNSS Survey Grade Corrections Where and When You Want

Jonathon Ball, Infrastructure Businesses, Topcon Positioning Systems
Dilip Lal, Director Sales and Operations - Canada, Sokkia Corporation

CAN-NET - A GNSS Real Time VRS Corrections Service

Otto Jurgenson, M.Sc., Technical Support Specialist, Cansel

The RTK+ Network, by New-Net (TeraPro Group)

Paul-André Hénault, Coordinator, Precision  Agriculture, New-Net
Aaron Appelblom, Territory Sales Manager, CNH Industrial

How Emerging Markets Are Refining Traditional GNSS Networks

Tyler Collier, SmartNet North America

The Current and Future Status of Precise Point Positioning (PPP)

Omid Kamali, Geodetic Survey Division,  Natural Resources Canada

Virtual Reference Stations (VRS) and Coordinate Systems

James Ferguson, OLS, General Manager, Tulloch Mapping Solutions

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CIG Members Note: This Workshop qualifies as continuing education for re-certification


Ontario Land Surveyors: This workshop qualifies for 7.5 CPD formal hours.

900 Dynes Road, Suite 100 D, Ottawa, ON K2C 3L6 Canada

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