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REGISTRATION INFORMATION

MAXIMIZE YOUR POSITIONING EDUCATION.


Trimble Dimensions 2006 enables you to learn the latest positioning solutions and strategies, enrich your technical knowledge, and network with peers from around the world.

TRACK DESCRIPTIONS
SURVEY TRACKS
TR ACK #1: THE CHANGING SURVEY L ANDSCAPE Surveyors today face a dramatically different landscape than even 20 years ago. GPS/GNSS, Robotic Total Stations, Direct Reex Distance Measurement, and Virtual Reference Station (VRS) technology, along with a plethora of new software programs, have added powerful new tools to the surveyors toolbox. New satellite signals are coming on line and the communications landscape is constantly changing. This track offers a sampling of the changing role of the surveyor and unique applications of surveying technology. In addition to sharing experiences with fellow professionals, youll enjoy sessions on new technology for GPS/GNSS, total stations, and data acquisition. CONNECTED SITE SHOWCASE TR ACK TR ACK # 2: THE E XPANDING INFR ASTRUCTURE Around the globe today, a growing number of scalable RTK networks are being implemented. From a single permanent reference station to large, area-wide Trimble VRS networks, scalable GPS/GNSS infrastructures are providing surveyors with a vast array of surveying options. Engage with network specialists from throughout the world to discover why RTK GPS/GNSS The theme of the 2006 Trimble Dimensions Conference, Building Your Connected Site, encapsulates a wide variety of technologies that can be utilized between the back ofce and job sites to enhance productivity, protability, and on-site operations. This showcase highlights some projects and experiences that particularly illustrate how a variety of intelligent or connected devices can literally connect your job site and your ofce, reducing rework, improving asset utilization, timeliness of design updates, billing cycles, project bidding, and planning. CONSTRUCTION SERVICES TR ACK : MANAGING YOUR ASSETS FOR IMPROVED CONSTRUCTION OPERATIONS Whether you work on one site or manage several concurrently, accessing information about your trucks, machines, people, or portable assets is a critical element to optimizing on-site operations and improving your services business. Presentations in this track illustrate the benets customers are experiencing with Trimbles construction asset management solution to reduce their costs and improve the productivity of their assets. Examples include automatically recording hours of use for project billing and maintenance, as well as quantifying asset utilization for better decision making when allocating assets to various projects. The track will include a macro look at how to adopt this productivity-enhancing technology, a panel discussion, and a VIP guided tour of the Partner Pavilion, plus well review some important new technologies. TR ACK # 5 : CONSTRUCTION E XECUTIVES This special one-day track is aimed at CEOs, VPs, and Senior Project Managers who would like an overall understanding of how positioning technology is changing the industry. Learn how these technologies can increase your overall prots and reduce key expense items, and the process to best meet these objectives. Sessions include GPS/GNSS Basics for Construction and Monitoring Progress Volumes on Construction Projects, plus interactive feedback sessions with Trimble experts that will provide a valuable, peer-led learning environment.

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 2006


SURVEY TRACKS
6:308:00AM 8:0010:00AM Opening General Session Keynote Presenters: Trimble President & CEO Steven W. Berglund & Author Dava Sobel 10:0010:15AM Break CLASS CODE 10:15-11:15AM 11:1511:30AM Break CLASS CODE 11:30AM-12:30PM 12:301:30PM Lunch 12:005:00PM Partner Pavilion Open 1:302:30PM Dessert & Coffee in Partner Pavilion CLASS CODE 2:30-3:30PM 3:304:00PM Break CLASS CODE 4:00-5:00PM 6:309:00PM Partner Pavilion Reception

SURVEY TRACK 1: THE CHANGING SURVEY LANDSCAPE

Breakfast

ST101

Trimble Survey Controller: Data Mapping and Surface Scanning Tech All Sarah Morris

ST102

Surveying the World Mgmt Int James Prehn

ST103

Technology of the Trimble S6 Tech Int/Adv Mikael Nordenfelt

ST104

Improving Productivity with GPS Search, the IS Rover, and Other Autolock Tricks Tech Int/Adv Chris van der Loo Introduction to Robotic Surveying Tech/Mgmt Int Jason Hayes

ST113**

Increasing RTK Field Productivity with GNSS Tech All Timo Allison

ST114

Charisma: Trimbles New DGPS Software for the United States Coast Guard and Other Clients - an Introduction Tech/Mgmt Int Ben Remondi
GPS/GNSS Receiver Utility Software Tech Int Charles Lung

ST115

Certication Programs Mgmt All Ron Quan

ST116**

ST125

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New Features and Functions in Survey Controller Tech Int Tomas L arsson

ST126

ST127

Advanced Troubleshooting of Internet Connections with Survey Controller Tech Adv Nigel Hanson Practical Considerations when Deploying GNSS Hardware into Existing GPS VRS Networks Tech All Christian Pagels Cost Benet of VRS for Municipal Government Mgmt All Gord McGuire

ST128

Introduction to Trimble Business Center Ofce Software Tech/Mgmt All Mark Schuler

SURVEY TRACK 2: THE EXPANDING INFRASTRUCTURE

ST201

Principles of Trimble VRS - The Leading Network RTK Solution Tech/Mgmt All Cornelia Waldecker

ST202**

How does GNSS Modernization Inuence Network RTK? Tech Int/Adv Herber t L andau

ST203**

ST204

VRS-Field User Tips and Tricks Tech/Mgmt Beg Dave Hildahl

ST213

American Surveyor Presents RTN-101: An Introduction to Real Time Networks Tech/Mgmt All Gavin Schrock 3D Scanning Applications: Impact and Scope (Part I) Tech/Mgmt All Paul Biddiscombe

ST214

Chinese VRS Testing Methods Applied in the Cities of Shenzhen and Dongguan Tech/Mgmt Int Hui Lui 3D Scanning Applications: Impact and Scope (Part II) Tech/Mgmt All Paul Biddiscombe

ST215**

ST216

Service Providing for Precise Positioning Mgmt Adv Frank Dietzsch

ST301**

ST302**

ST303

The Survey Workow and the Trimble GX Tech All Tim Lemmon

ST304

3D Scanning Return on Investment Mgmt All Brian Williams

ST313

Bridging the Gap: 3D Scanning with a Trimble Total Station Tech/Mgmt All Jonathan Davis

ST314

TRIMBLE DIMENSIONS SUPPORTS EDUCATION


Trimble is pleased to offer Professional Development Hour (PDH)* credits for qualied courses offered at Dimensions 2006. Qualied courses carry accreditation from the University of Missouri Rolla (UMR). Each participant will receive an ofcial transcript from UMR listing all PDH courses attended during the conference to include credit hours. The ofcial transcript may be presented to state and local agencies for educational credits toward professional licenses. ST432 All attendees who wish to receive PDH credits must be aware that the credit hour requirement is in the ratio of 50 minutes per 60 minutes of course length. Attendees with a minimum attendance of 49 minutes or less per course hour will not receive credit for the respective course. New for 2006, an intelligent card** will be your identication badge and means of entrance to ALL events at Dimensions. Special Notice: When attending sessions for which PDH credits are awarded (see conference schedule), it will be your responsibility to make sure the card is read when you enter the session and when you leave. If your attendance is not recorded by an entrance time AND exit time stamp, you will not receive credit for the course. If your attendance at the session is not a minimum of 50 minutes per 60 minutes of session time, you will not receive credit for the course. A record of each participant receiving PDH credits will be linked to and maintained at UMR. Should you require access to your records in the future, you will be able to do so via UMR.
CONSTRUCTION TRACK 1: DATA PREP SPECIALISTS
6:308:00AM Breakfast 8:0010:00AM Opening General Session Keynote Presenters: Trimble President & CEO Steven W. Berglund & Author Dava Sobel 10:0010:15AM Break 6:308:00AM 8:0010:00AM Opening General Session Keynote Presenters: Trimble President & CEO Steven W. Berglund & Author Dava Sobel 10:0010:15AM Break

Panel-Beyond Design: Bringing the Benets of Positioning, Tracking and 3D Imaging Technologies into Plant Construction and Lifecycle Tech/Mgmt All Brian Ahern Time Series Analysis of RTK-GPS Data Using an Exponentially Weighted Extended Kalman Filter with a DIA Procedure Tech Adv Adeniyi Iyiade Effectively Implementing Trimble S6 Robotic Instruments into your Daily Routine Tech/Mgmt Int Adam Long Productivity Improvements Through The Use of Custom Reporting Tech/Mgmt Int Alan Withing ton

ST315

3D ScanningCleaning up the Confusion and Best Practices Considerations Tech/Mgmt All Jack Kut trus Improving the Surveyors Workow Tech/Mgmt Adv Mar tin Westers

ST316**

Precise Texture Modeling with 3D Laser Scanning Tech/Mgmt Int Zhang Yi

KEYNOTE PRESENTERS
Steven W. Berglund,
President and Chief Executive Ofcer, Trimble The Connected SiteChanging the Way Work is Done. Mr. Berglund will share with you his vision of the Connected Sitewhere the application of advanced positioning and information technology plays a pivotal role in improving accuracy and productivity in all phases of the construction process from initial survey, to planning and design, through site preparation and into the building phase. Using technology-enabled tools, engineers, surveyors, and construction professionals can change the face of their industries and the way work is done.

infrastructures are the technology of the future - today. TRACK #3: 3D LASER SCANNING FOR THE SURVEYING PROFESSIONAL 3D laser scanning is emerging as an exciting new tool that will change the way we approach many projects. Youll learn how 3D laser scanning works; understand the capabilities that have not been available in other measurement technologies; and learn how you can use it to improve your productivity and expand market opportunities. Firms who have put 3D laser scanning to work will share their experiences. In addition, Trimble experts will provide an in-depth look at both the technical and nancial aspects of operating a 3D laser scanner. TR ACK # 4 : SOLUTION STR ATEGIES FOR THE SURVEYOR Youve invested in powerful new tools, learned new techniques, and implemented solution strategies that have moved your business forward. Come share with others who are exploring innovative ways to get the job done more efciently, effectively, and economically. Learn what others have done in similar projects; how you can get the most out of your equipment - and what it takes to increase your return on investment (ROI). These sessions are testimonials to the effect this technology has on the protability of those who have successfully used the wide range of Trimble products in their projects.

SURVEY TRACK 4: SOLUTION STRATEGIES FOR THE SURVEYOR

ST401**

Total Station Accuracy Tech/Mgmt All Joseph Paiva

ST402**

ST403**

ST404**

RTK Quality Assurance in Cadastral Survey Operations Tech/Mgmt Int Dan Joerissen

CONSTRUCTION TRACKS
TR ACK #1: DATA PREP SPECIALISTS Designed to empower data preparation specialists with advanced application-focused training, this track is aimed at reducing the challenges data presents on the job site. Youll receive advanced training on products such as Trimble Terramodel , as well as design-to-data prep sessions with experts from industry leaders. TR ACK # 2: GPS /3D TECHNOLOGY MANAGERS This track is aimed at the go-to in-house person responsible for all phases of the 3D technology process. Youll gain a deeper understanding of techniques and tools available, and see new technologies to maximize your productivity. Topics including How to Use Two-way Data for Commercial Gain, How to Choose the Right Solution for High-Accuracy Finished Grading, and Using SCS900 Site Controller Software for Supervisory Control of Projects, are just a sampling of the highly informative sessions designed for learning and sharing information with your fellow contractors.

ST422

Resource Receivers Maximized Efciencies in Over 1700 Miles of Natural Gas Pipeline Location Tech/Mgmt All Scot t Croshaw, PL S GPS System Application in the Construction of Hangzhou Wan Bridge Tech/Mgmt All Xiao Gang wang

ST423

ST424**

Getting the Most Out of the Trimble Survey Controller Software Road Stakeout Options Tech All James McWha Survey Pro Setup Fundamentals Tech/Mgmt Int Eric Hall

ST433**

Ten Things Leasing Companies Dont Want You To Know Mgmt All Gar y Por ter

ST434

ST435

Network RTK and VRS with Survey Pro Tech Int Eric Hall

C O M B I N AT I O N T R A C K S
CLASS CODE 10:15-11:15AM 11:1511:30AM Break CLASS CODE 11:30AM-12:30PM 12:301:30PM Lunch 12:005:00PM Partner Pavilion Open 1:302:30PM Dessert & Coffee in Partner Pavilion CLASS CODE 2:30-3:30PM 3:304:00PM Break CLASS CODE 4:00-5:00PM 6:309:00PM Partner Pavilion Reception

TALLERES EN ESPAOL

Breakfast

ESP501**

Dava Sobel, A former New York Times Science Reporter and Author Looking at the Past to Achieve Excellence in the Future. Dava Sobel is the author of three books with signicant importance to the world of positioning science and satellite navigation todayLongitude, Galileos Daughter, and The Planets. Ms. Sobels presentation will tie the past with our spirit of the future. This keynote is a must-see event for all who believe we can still learn from our forefathers and their pursuit of achievement and excellence.

Applicaciones de Terramodel para uso en Carreteras Tcnico Todos Marcelino Rodriquez

ESP502**

Adelantos en la Tecnologia de GNSS Tcnico Intermedio Miguel Amor

ESP503**

Estableciendo un Proyecto de Construccin para el uso de GPS Tcnico Todos Marcelino Rodriguez Using Sensors to Measure Heavy Machine Productivity Remotely with an Asset Management System Tech/Mgmt All Kur t Maynard Resource Receivers Maximized Efciencies in over 1700 Miles of Natural Gas Pipeline Location Tech/Mgmt All Scot t Croshaw, PL S

ESP504**

Conguracin y Operacin de un Sistema (VRS), Estacion Referencial Virtual: Demostracin en vivo Tcnico Todos Miguel Amor Using Trimble and HCSS The Dispatcher Software Together to Provide a Suite of Applications for Asset Mgmt and Dispatching Using the Same Underlying Data Mgmt All Daniel Wallace & Steve McGough OPEN

CONSTRUCTION SERVICES TRACK CONNECTED SITE SHOWCASE TRACK

CS601

Using Data-Based Solutions to Improve Construction Business Processes Tech/Mgmt All Daniel Wallace What is the Connected Site? Mgmt All L aVonne Frazier

CS602

Manage your Construction Truck Fleet as if you were Actually with each Driver to Improve your Efciency and Make More Money Mgmt All K im Slagle Panama Canal GPS Applications Today and Beyond All Miguel Narbona Del Rio & Victor Valdes-Solano

CS603**

CS604**

CSS701

CSS702

CSS703

CSS704

CONSTRUCTION TRACKS
CLASS CODE 10:15-11:15AM 11:1511:30AM Break CLASS CODE 11:30AM-12:30PM 12:301:30PM Lunch 12:005:00PM Partner Pavilion Open 1:302:30PM Dessert & Coffee in Partner Pavilion CLASS CODE 2:30-3:30PM 3:304:00PM Break CLASS CODE 4:00-5:00PM 6:309:00PM Partner Pavilion Reception

Daniel Burrus, Founder and CEO, Burrus Research Associates, Inc. FUTUREVIEW: A Look Ahead. In this forward-thinking presentation, Dan Burrus offers valuable insights into the present and future opportunities made possible by rapid advances in technology. Innovations in science and technology continue to provide organizations with new tools that will greatly increase productivity and efciency in all areas. Knowing what these tools are, and how to creatively apply them, is vital to maintaining a competitive edge.

CT801**

Terramodel Explained Suitable for a broad audience Jerr y Cresp

CT802**

Terramodel Applications Appropriate for an executive level participant Jerr y Cresp

CT803

2D to 3D Conversions using Terramodel and TmlStore Data Prep TMLs Suitable for a broad audience Tim Hamilton Autodesk Civil 3D for GCS900 and SCS900 Moderate positioning technology familiarity Pete Kelsey

CT804**

GET PAID FOR YOUR WORK - Terramodel for the Project Manager Moderate positioning technology familiarity Daniel Morse

COMBINATION TRACKS
TALLERES EN ESPAOL Temas dedicados a discutir las necesidades actuales de el creciente mercado latinoamericano en las reas de Conguracin de VRS, GNSS, RTK, PPS, Modernizacin de reas de Construccin e Integracin de Topografa presentados en Espaol por nuestros entrenadores y clientes. Presentacines estelares por representantes de los proyectos ms desaadores de este mundo prometen captar la atencin de toda la audiencia. TR ACK # 3 : MACHINE OPER ATION SPECIALISTS Gain a deeper understanding of the machine applications and advanced techniques for optimum grade control productivity during operation. Geared to grading superintendents and owner/operators, this track features sessions on the practical application of grade control, the different positioning techniques available, as well as training on advanced features of Trimble Grade Control Systems. TR ACK # 4 : SITE POSITIONING SPECIALISTS Attendees interested in Grade Checking, Stakeout, Topo Points, Topo Surface, and Volume Calculations using GPS and total stations will receive a combination of classroom and hands-on training sessions focused on applications and operation of positioning technologies.

CT813

OPEN

CT814**

Paydirt Sitework: How it Fits into the Construction Process Suitable for a broad audience Mike Wahlin

CT815**

CT816**

Using SCS Data Manager to Control Your Site Positioning Activities on Multiple Projects Moderate positioning technology familiarity Alan Sharp Fine Grading with GPS and Laser Augmentation Suitable for a broad audience Joe McNamara

For any specic questions related to PDH credits, please direct them to: carmen_baker@trimble.com.

CONSTRUCTION TRACK 2: GPS/3D TECHNOLOGY MANAGERS

CT901**

Establishing Early Design to Data Communication between Contractor and Engineer to Avoid Conicts Little or no knowledge of positioning technology Mark Osenbaugh The Right Stuff: How to Choose the Right Solution for High-Accuracy and Finished Grading Systems Moderate positioning technology familiarity Uwe L ange Conventional Grade Control Systems Portfolio Overview and Application Little or no knowledge of positioning technology Rober t Beck Setting Up a Site for GPS - Setting Up Base Stations Moderate positioning technology familiarity L amar Hester

CT902**

Managing Multiple Projects from a Single Base Station Expertise in positioning technology John Simmons

CT903

Maintaining Control-Issues Encountered Between Contractors Using 3D Machine Control and Surveyors Responsible for Control Moderate positioning technology familiarity Gerhard Pilcher SVO for 3D Grade Control Suitable for a broad audience Raymond Wilson

CT904**

CT913**
*All PDH courses shown in the conference schedule are pending approval by UMR. **To secure your intelligent card at the conference you will need to check-in at the main registration area. Here, you will be required to sign for your card, and will be provided with an Informational Sheet, providing you with guidelines for the conference and the process for ensuring you receive your PDH credits.

CT914

Dr. Jill Tarter, Director of the Center for SETI Research, SETI Institute Looking for Cosmic Neighbors with the Help of Technology. Dr. Jill Tarter, was the real-life model for Jodie Fosters character in the movie Contact based on Carl Sagans book. She will take an in-depth look at the SETI Institutes attempts to nd habitable worlds by nding evidence of the inhabitants technology using the Allen Telescope Array (ATA)and the role Trimble GPS plays in the endeavor.

Everything You Need to Know About 3D Grade Control Systems Before Investing Suitable for a broad audience Dave Guinot te Entry Level Grade Control Products for Site Preparation Little or no knowledge of positioning technology Campbell Brooke

CT915**

CT916**

Positioning 101 Suitable for a broad audience Christian Lut tenberger

CONSTRUCTION TRACK 3: MACHINE OPERATION SPECIALISTS CONSTRUCTION TRACK 4: SITE POSITIONING SPECIALISTS

CT1001

CT1002**

CT1003

Advanced Features of the Trimble Conventional Grade Control Systems Moderate positioning technology familiarity Rick Peare Road Staking and Grade Check - Applications Using SCS900 Moderate positioning technology familiarity Brad Lingbeck and Mike Marshall Utilizing HYDROpro for Marine Crane Tracking and Guidance Expertise in positioning technology Lou Nash

CT1004**

Grade Control Systems: Where and When to Use Lasers and Sonics Moderate positioning technology familiarity Rick Peare

Building Your Connected Site


CT1104
Whats New in SCS900 for Existing Users and Feedback Session Moderate positioning technology familiarity Nick Guadagnoli & Tom Roskay Adding Hydrographic Sensors to Construction Applications Suitable for a broad audience Ted Reed

CT1101**

CT1102**

Site Staking Techniques and Applications Suitable for a broad audience David McNamee

CT1103**

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CT1213

Construction Applications that Leverage Trimbles Location GPS Solutions Little or no knowledge of positioning technology Simon Lightbody

CT1214**

The Use of HYDROpro in Marine Construction Applications Moderate positioning technology familiarity Lou Nash

CT1215**

CT1216**

Category | Technical (Tech) Management (Mgmt)

Level | Intermediate (Int) All Advanced (Adv)

** Sessions Submitted for Professional Development Hours

Agenda Subject to Change

Building Your Connected Site

ST411**

Practical L1 Data Collection Procedures Tech/Mgmt Int Eric Hall

ST412

ST413**

Keeping Your Equipment Safe Mgmt All Br yan Baker

ST414**

Routine Calibration and Maintenance of Your Equipment Tech Int Mat t Koverman

CONFERENCE AGENDA

SURVEY TRACK 3: 3D LASER SCANNING FOR THE SURVEYING PROFFESIONAL

THE MIRAGE LAS VEGAS NOVEMBER 68 2006

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2006


SURVEY TRACKS
6:308:00AM 8:009:30AM General Session Keynote Presenter: Burrus Research & Assoc. Founder & CEO Dan Burrus 9:30AM5:00PM Partner Pavilion Open 9:3010:00AM Break CLASS CODE 10:00-11:00AM 11:0011:30AM Break CLASS CODE 11:30AM-12:30PM 12:301:30PM Lunch 1:302:30PM Dessert & Coffee in Partner Pavilion CLASS CODE 2:30-3:30PM 3:304:00PM Break CLASS CODE 4:00-5:00PM 6:309:00PM Gala Dinner

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 2006


SURVEY TRACKS
6:308:00AM 8:00AM1:00PM Partner Pavilion Open CLASS CODE 9:00-10:00AM 10:0010:15AM Break CLASS CODE 10:15-11:15AM 11:15AM12:15PM Lunch 12:151:00PM Dessert in Partner Pavilion 1:00PM CLASS CODE 1:00-2:00PM 2:002:15PM Break CLASS CODE 2:15-3:15PM 3:153:30PM Break 3:304:30PM Closing General Session Keynote Presenter: SETI Institute Director of the Center for SETI Research Dr. Jill Tarter; Conference Adjourns

SURVEY TRACK 1: THE CHANGING SURVEY LANDSCAPE

Breakfast

ST105

Top Ten Tips and Tricks for Solving GPRS/GSM Connection Issues Tech All Richard Brush

ST106**

Complying with Your Total Station to Optical Survey Specications Mgmt Int Joseph Paiva

ST107

History of Trimbles Optical System Tech/Mgmt All Rober t Farrar

ST108

RTK Survey Calibration - Procedure and Quality Control Tech/Mgmt All Graham Briggs

SURVEY TRACK 1: THE CHANGING SURVEY LANDSCAPE

Breakfast

ST109

Calibration of Total Stations Tech/Mgmt All Mar tin Koehler

ST110

Tracking with Both Passive and Active Targets Tech Adv Johan Johnson

Partner Pavilion Closes

ST111**

Communicating Between the Field and Ofce Over Mobile Internet Connections Tech All Nigel Hanson

ST112

Internet Download for the Surveyor Tech Int Troy Brown

ST117

How to Make the Most Out of Trimble Digital Fieldbook with the Trimble R3 and 5700 LTD Systems Tech/Mgmt All K im Saunderson
Certication Programs Mgmt All Ron Quan

ST118

NTRIP - What is it & How Can I Use it? Tech All Jim Greenberg

ST119**

Advances in GNSS Technology Tech Int Stuar t Riley

ST120**

Conguring GSM and GPRS Surveys in Survey Controller Tech Int/Adv K anika Singh

ST121

Excavation Control During Construction of Tunnels Tech/Mgmt Adv Ren Noack

ST122

A Guide to the Web Interfaces of the Trimble SPSx50 Series, NetR5, and NetRS Receivers Tech Int Tim Funk

ST123

Coordinate System Manager The Bridge to Connect Surveyors and GIS Professionals Tech Int Mel Philbrook
Getting the Most Out of the Trimble Survey Controller Software Road Stakeout Options Tech All James McWha

ST124**

Advances in GNSS Technology Tech Int Stuar t Riley

ST129

ST130

Getting the Most Out of the Trimble Survey Controller Software Tech All Rob Koot Recent Improvements of Trimble VRS Tech All Ulrich Vollath

ST131

Trimble Survey Controller Software: Making the Most of the Map Tech All Sarah Morris Implementing Glonass Enabled Receivers in an Existing VRS Network Tech/Mgmt All Lonnie Sears & Wes K anazawa Network Connectivity, Security, and Queuing When Using the Internet in Trimble VRS Networks Tech Adv John Serink An Ancient Mystery Revealed Tech/Mgmt All Dr. Maureen Clemmons

ST132

New Features and Functions in Survey Controller Tech Int Tomas L arsson

ST133**

Site Calibrations with Trimble GPS Tech Int Derek Miles

ST134**

SURVEY TRACK 2: THE EXPANDING INFRASTRUCTURE

ST205**

High Reliability VRS Infrastructure Design Tech Adv Brian Frohring

ST206**

ST207

ST208

Networking and Telecommunication Basics for GNSS Reference Networks Tech Beg/Int Shea Grif fin Trimble VRS Reference Stations in a Tropical Non-Air Conditioned Environment 5-Station Deployment in Singapore Tech/Mgmt Adv Gerr y Ong 3D Scanning Return on Investment Mgmt All Brian Williams

SURVEY TRACK 2: THE EXPANDING INFRASTRUCTURE

ST209**

Conguration and Operation of Trimble VRS System: Live Demonstration Tech All Mar tin Janousek Networked RTK - A Users Perspective Tech All Hank Longaker

ST210

Rover Integrity Monitor Conguration and Operation Tech Int Paul Drummond

ST211**

Installing a CORS Base Station Tech Int Tom Mackie

ST212

NTRIP - Breaking Common Barriers to Progress Tech/Mgmt Int Gavin Schrock

ST217**

The Use of Trimble VRS Now in Collision Investigation in the UK Tech/Mgmt All Mark Billingsley

ST218

US Army Develops Iraqs Spatial Reference System Tech/Mgmt All Kenneth Joyce

ST219

ST220

ST221

ST222

Quality Control in GPSnet Tech/Mgmt All Nathan Pugh

ST223

USA - COE Regional Applications of VRS - GPS Tech/Mgmt All Joseph Scolari

ST224

Alaskas Trimble VRS Installation Applications and Hurdles Tech/Mgmt All Michael Gray

SURVEY TRACK 3: 3D LASER SCANNING FOR THE SURVEYING PROFFESIONAL

ST305**

Surveying Railwaylines Using the Trimble GX 3D Laser Scanner Tech/Mgmt All Mijke Soesbergen

ST306

Laser Scanning and CAD - A Great Combination! Tech/Mgmt All John Bat taglia

ST307

ST308

ST317

From Point Cloud to Deliverable: Putting Direct Extraction to Work for You Tech/Mgmt All Raouf Benjemaa FAA 405 Surveys Utilizing Trimble RTK to Verify Obstructions in the Field Tech/Mgmt Adv Daniel Smith Simplied Height Concepts for Surveyors Tech All William Henning

ST318

Dimensional Control with Trimble Equipment Tech/Mgmt All Doug Catenaci

ST319

Trimble 3D Laser Scanning Integration and Applications in Harsh Environments Tech/Mgmt All Michael Gray Contrasting and Combining Technology for Surveying and How It Applies to Real World Projects Tech/Mgmt All Alan Dragoo Site Calibrations with Trimble GPS Tech Int Derek Miles

ST320

Integrated Surveying & Advanced Technologies on a Worldwide LNG Project Tech/Mgmt All Denis Meremans Long Baseline Processing or How to Get Something for Almost Nothing Tech Int Scot t Par tridge

SURVEY TRACK 3: 3D LASER SCANNING FOR THE SURVEYING PROFFESIONAL

ST309

Certication Programs Mgmt All Ron Quan

ST310

Connected Site Survey for Mining Tech/Mgmt All Stephan Museler

ST311

OPEN

ST312

Productivity Solutions for Power and Plant Applications Tech/Mgmt All Mark K lusza

ST321**

3D Scanning Workshop Tech Int Arnaud Lezennec

ST322

3D Scanning Application: Impact and Scope Tech/Mgmt All Paul Biddiscombe

SURVEY TRACK 4: SOLUTION STRATEGIES FOR THE SURVEYOR

ST405**

ST406**

Understanding Grid/Ground Coordinates Tech Int Emerson Bornman

ST407

ST408

SURVEY TRACK 4: SOLUTION STRATEGIES FOR THE SURVEYOR

ST409**

GPS Fundamentals for Surveying Tech All Trimble

ST410**

Baseline Processing and Network Adjustment in Trimble Business Center Tech Int Richard Hassler

ST415**

ST416

Using Your Trimble Data Collector as a Mobile Ofce Tech All Br yan Baker

ST417**

ST418**

Managers and Supervisors Guide to Overlooked Parts of a Total Station System Mgmt All Joseph Paiva Trimble Survey Controller Cell Phone Connections Workshop Tech Int/Adv Nigel Hanson

ST419**

Post-processing RTK Vectors for Control Surveys Tech Int W. Andrew McL aughlin

ST420**

RTK GPS Based Sea Piling Engineering: Mathematical Model and its Application Tech Int Chun Liu Increasing Productivity by Utilizing Background Maps for Construction Staking Tech/Mgmt Int/Adv Adam Clouse Application of Modern Geodetic, GPS, and GIS Technology in Belgrade Sewerage System Modeling Project Tech/Mgmt All Prof. Ninkov Tosa Ph.D., S.E.

ST421

Creating an SDSFIE Compliant Feature Code Library for Data Collection with Trimble Survey Controller Tech Int Ryan McGrath Can We Afford Better, Faster & Cheaper Without Change? What Are the Impacts & Issues in our Organizations? Mgmt All Tom Clemons

ST425

Enabling Large-Scale Asset Management and Pavement Inspection with Mobile Mapping Tech/Mgmt Int Claude L aFlamme GPS Processing Basics Tech All Pete Mestemaker

ST426

Aerial Lidar Mapping: Evolving from Wide Area Mapping to an Engineering Project Tool Tech/Mgmt Int Alexander Wiecher t

ST427

Earthquake Protection Program Tech/Mgmt All Doug Catenaci

ST428

Automating Feature Extraction for Geospatial Imaging in the Coastal Zone Tech/Mgmt Int Paul Bisset t

ST429**

ST430**

ST431

ST436**

ST437**

GPS Processing Advanced Tech All Trimble

ST438

Auscultation and Monitoring System in a Railway Project in Barcelona Tech/Mgmt Int/Adv Manuel Frias

ST439**

Integrating Survey, CAD, and GIS into a Single Solution Tech/Mgmt All Pete Kelsey

ST440

ST441

A Case Study for High Accuracy GIS Tech/Mgmt All Mel Philbrook

C O M B I N AT I O N T R A C K S
6:308:00AM 8:009:30AM General Session Keynote Presenter: Burrus Research & Assoc. Founder & CEO Dan Burrus 9:30AM5:00PM Partner Pavilion Open 9:3010:00AM Break CLASS CODE 10:00-11:00AM 11:0011:30AM Break CLASS CODE 11:30AM-12:30PM 12:301:30PM Lunch 1:302:30PM Dessert & Coffee in Partner Pavilion CLASS CODE 2:30-3:30PM 3:304:00PM Break CLASS CODE 4:00-5:00PM 6:309:00PM Gala Dinner 6:308:00AM 8:00AM1:00PM Partner Pavilion Open

C O M B I N AT I O N T R A C K S
CLASS CODE 9:00-10:00AM 10:0010:15AM Break CLASS CODE 10:15-11:15AM 11:15AM12:15PM Lunch 12:151:00PM Dessert in Partner Pavilion 1:00PM CLASS CODE 1:00-2:00PM 2:002:15PM Break CLASS CODE 2:15-3:15PM 3:153:30PM Break 3:304:30PM Closing General Session Keynote Presenter: SETI Institute Director of the Center for SETI Research Dr. Jill Tarter; Conference Adjourns 3:304:30PM Closing General Session Keynote Presenter: SETI Institute Director of the Center for SETI Research Dr. Jill Tarter; Conference Adjourns

TALLERES EN ESPAOL

Breakfast

ESP505**

Sistema de Navegacion GNSS para Barrenieves (GNSS-RTK-GPS-Glonass) Tcnico Todos Hector Contreras, Carlos Escudero, GEOCOM Manage Your Construction Truck Fleet as if You Were Actually with each Driver to Improve Your Efciency and Make More Money Mgmt All K im Slagle Integrated Surveying & Advanced Technologies on a Worldwide LNG Project Tech/Mgmt All Denis Meremans

ESP506**

Cmo Ilegar a ser un Administrador de Data digital de un proyecto Tcnico Todos Luis Blanco & Marcelino Rodriquez Using Trimble and HCSS The Dispatcher Software Together to Provide a Suite of Applications for Asset Mgmt and Dispatching Using the Same Underlying Data Mgmt All Daniel Wallace & Steve McGough Using Trimble and HCSS The Dispatcher Software Together to Provide a Suite of Applications for Asset Mgmt and Dispatching Using the Same Underlying Data Mgmt All Daniel Wallace & Steve McGough

ESP507**

Cmo Obtener el Mayor Provecho de la Libreta de Campo Digital Trimble (Trimble Digital Fieldbook) Utilizando los Sistemas Trimble R3 y 5700 LTD Gerencia Todos Gustavo Vera Using Sensors to Measure Heavy Machine Productivity Remotely with an Asset Management System Tech/Mgmt All Kur t Maynard How to Use Two-Way Data for Commercial Gain Expertise in positioning technology John Simmons

ESP508**

El uso de GPS en el Canal de Panama Tcnico Todos Miguel Narbona Del Rio & Victor Valdes-Solano

TALLERES EN ESPAOL

Breakfast

ESP509**

Sistema de Indicacion GPS para Rotopala Tcnico Todos Felipe Cespedes, GEOCOM

ESP510**

Utilizando el Sistema SCS900 v2n para operaciones bsicas e informes Tcnico Todos Luis Blanco Panel Discussion: Industry Best Practices on Using Information Technology to Improve Maintenance for a Construction Fleet All Panel of Equipment Manager E xper ts Panel Discussion: Industry Best Practices on Using Information Technology to Improve Maintenance for a Construction Fleet All Panel of Equipment Manager E xper ts

Partner Pavilion Closes

ESP511**

ATS for Machine Control Tcnico Todos TBD

ESP512**

Procesos Basicos para TGO Tcnico Todos Gustavo Vera

CONSTRUCTION SERVICES TRACK CONNECTED SITE SHOWCASE TRACK

CS605

CS606**

CS607

CS608

Customizing Trimble Construction Manager to Produce the Right Reports for Your Organization for Increased Business Value Tech/Mgmt Int Doug Egger t Contrasting and Combining Technology for Surveying and How It Applies to Real World Projects Tech/Mgmt All Alan Dragoo

CONSTRUCTION SERVICES TRACK CONNECTED SITE SHOWCASE TRACK

CS609

Using Data-Based Solutions to Improve Construction Business Processes Tech/Mgmt All Daniel Wallace Using SCS Data Manager to Control Your Site Positioning Activities on Multiple Projects Moderate positioning technology familiarity Alan Sharp

CS610

CS611

Using Trimble Construction Manager to its Full Business Potential Tech/Mgmt Int Kur t Maynard

CS612

Customizing Trimble Construction Manager to Produce the Right Reports for Your Organization for Increased Business Value Tech/Mgmt Int Doug Egger t GIS Using the Connected Site to Meet National Polutant Discharge and Elimination System Requirements All Matt Schrader, Woolpert; Lanny Schnipper, Seiler Instrument

CSS705

CSS706**

CSS707**

CSS708**

CSS709**

CSS710

CSS711

The Lane Construction Corporation 3D Modeling Ofce Concept Suitable for a broad audience Thomas Malchak

CSS712**

CONSTRUCTION TRACKS
6:308:00AM 8:009:30AM General Session Keynote Presenter: Burrus Research & Assoc. Founder & CEO Dan Burrus 9:30AM5:00PM Partner Pavilion Open 9:3010:00AM Break CLASS CODE 10:00-11:00AM 11:0011:30AM Break CLASS CODE 11:30AM-12:30PM 12:301:30PM Lunch 1:302:30PM Dessert & Coffee in Partner Pavilion CLASS CODE 2:30-3:30PM 3:304:00PM Break CLASS CODE 4:00-5:00PM 6:309:00PM Gala Dinner 6:308:00AM 8:00AM1:00PM Partner Pavilion Open

CONSTRUCTION TRACKS
CLASS CODE 9:00-10:00AM 10:0010:15AM Break CLASS CODE 10:15-11:15AM 11:15AM12:15PM Lunch 12:151:00PM Dessert in Partner Pavilion 1:00PM CLASS CODE 1:00-2:00PM 2:002:15PM Break CLASS CODE 2:15-3:15PM 3:153:30PM Break

CONSTRUCTION TRACK 1: DATA PREP SPECIALISTS CONSTRUCTION TRACK 2: GPS/3D TECHNOLOGY MANAGERS

Breakfast

CT805**

The Ins and Outs of Creating 3D Data Models for Highway Construction Projects Expertise in positioning technology Mike Marshall Increasing RTK Field Productivity with GNSS Moderate positioning technology familiarity Timo Allison

CT806**

MACHINE CONTROL MODELING What you Wanted to Know, but Were Afraid to Ask! Suitable for a broad audience Daniel Morse How to Setup Two-Way Data Links Between Construction Site and Engineering Design Ofce Moderate positioning technology familiarity Jules Muir The Digital Site Plan - From Engineer to GIS Database Moderate positioning technology familiarity Stephen Letchford

CT807

Creating the Perfect 3D Subdivision for Machine Control Suitable for a broad audience Jay McGregor

CT808

OPEN

CONSTRUCTION TRACK 1: DATA PREP SPECIALISTS

Breakfast

CT809

Autodesks Strategy for Engineering & Construction Suitable for a broad audience Terr y Bennet t, Autodesk

CT810**

Creating the Perfect 3D Subdivision for Machine Control Suitable for a broad audience Jay McGregor

Partner Pavilion Closes

CT811**

Advance Paydirt Sitework Moderate positioning technology familiarity L amar Hester

CT812**

MACHINE CONTROL MODELING - What You Wanted to Know, but Where Afraid to Ask! Suitable for a broad audience Daniel Morse 2D to 3D Conversions using Terramodel and TmlStore Data Prep TMLs Suitable for a broad audience Tim Hamilton

CT905

CT906**

CT907**

How to Use Two-Way Data for Commercial Gain Expertise in positioning technology John Simmons

CT908**

Using SCS900 Tablet for Supervisory Control of Projects Suitable for a broad audience Tim McIannahan

CT817**

Using SCS Data Manager to Control Your Site Positioning Activities on Multiple Projects Moderate positioning technology familiarity Alan Sharp The Digital Site Plan - From Engineer to GIS Database Moderate positioning technology familiarity Stephen Letchford

CT818**

GET PAID FOR YOUR WORK - Terramodel for the Project Manager Moderate positioning technology familiarity Daniel Morse

CT819**

The Ins and Outs of Creating 3D Data Models for Highway Construction Projects Expertise in positioning technology Michael Marshall The Lane Construction Corporation 3D Modeling Ofce Concept Suitable for a broad audience Thomas Malchak

CT820**

CT917**

Managing Multiple Projects from a Single Base Station Expertise in positioning technology John Simmons

CT918**

CT919

OPEN

CT920

Evaluating Grade Control Technology for your Business Suitable for a broad audience Gar y McClure

CONSTRUCTION TRACK 2: GPS/3D TECHNOLOGY MANAGERS

CT909**

CT910**

Positioning 101 Suitable for a broad audience Christian Lut tenberger

CT911

CT912

OPEN

CONSTRUCTION TRACK 3: MACHINE OPERATION SPECIALISTS

CT1005**

Maintaining / Increasing Operator Efciency Suitable for a broad audience Thomas Dobson

CT1006**

Grade Control and Large Subdivision Projects Moderate positioning technology familiarity Rober t Beck

CT1007

Grade Control Systems Portfolio Overview and Application Little or no knowledge of positioning technology Jeff Drake

CT1008**

Fine Grading with GPS and Laser Augmentation Suitable for a broad audience Joe McNamara

CT921**

Grade Control ROI Suitable for broad audience Brent Swearingen

CT922

Everything You Need to Know About 3D Grade Control Systems Before Investing Suitable for a broad audience Dave Guinot te Grade Control for Site Prep Little or no knowledge of positioning technology Mike Bank

CT923**

How to Use Two-Way Data for Commercial Gain Expertise in positioning technology John Simmons

CT924**

How to Setup Two-Way Data Links Between Construction Site and Engineering Design Ofce Moderate positioning technology familiarity Jules Muir ATS for Machine Control Moderate positioning technology familiarity TBD

CT1105**

Site Staking Techniques and Applications Suitable for a broad audience David McNamee

CT1106**

Construction Applications that Leverage Trimbles Precision GPS Solutions Suitable for a broad audience David McNamee Total Station Positioning: The Role of the Total Station in Building Projects - LM80 / Layout Suitable for a broad audience Shannon McCaf fer y Technology Adoption within Construction Suitable for a broad audience Jim Veneziano

CT1107**

Everything You Need to Know About Site Positioning Systems Before Investing Suitable for a broad audience Paul Thomas What Makes a Good Model? Moderate positioning technology Rober t Beck

CT1108

Whats New in SCS900 for Existing Users and Feedback Session Moderate positioning technology familiarity Alan Sharp and Tom Roskay Total Station Positioning: The Role of the ATS Total Station in Site Preparation and Heavy Highway Projects Moderate positioning technology familiarity Nick Guadagnoli The Macro and Micro View of your Business: How Equipment and Asset Management Solutions Improve your Operations, Productivity and Pro tability Suitable for a broad audience Kur t Maynard

CONSTRUCTION TRACK 3: MACHINE OPERATION SPECIALISTS CONSTRUCTION TRACK 4: SITE POSITIONING SPECIALISTS

CT1009**

How the GCS900 for Excavators Changed the World Moderate positioning technology familiarity Dustin Dobbin

CT1010**

CT1011**

How to Become Machine Control Ready for the Small Company Little or no knowledge of positioning technology Scot Pectol

CT1012**

CONSTRUCTION TRACK 4: SITE POSITIONING SPECIALISTS CONSTRUCTION TRACK 5: CONSTRUCTION EXECUTIVES

CT1217

RTK GPS Based Sea Piling Engineering Suitable for a broad audience Chun Liu

CT1218**

CT1219**

CT1220**

CT1109**

GPS Basics for Construction Little or no knowledge of positioning technology Brian Girouard

CT1110**

Road Staking and Grade Check - Applications using SCS900 Moderate positioning technology familiarity Brad Lingbeck & Mike Marshall The SPS Series of Total Station - Advance Technology Superior Performance - How Do They Work Moderate positioning technology familiarity Mat t Frohlich

CT1111

Construction Applications that Leverage Trimbles Precision GPS Solutions Suitable for a broad audience David McNamee Monitoring Progress Volumes in Construction Projects Little or no knowledge of positioning technology John Lewis

CT1112**

SCS900 and Machine Control Operations Moderate positioning technology familiarity Mat t Koverman

CT1301

Trimble and the Changing Landscape of Construction Suitable for a broad audience Pat Bohle

CT1302**

CT1303**

New Technology Review: Quantm: The Evolution of Infrastructure Planning A Users Perspective Suitable for a broad audience Isabelle Montandon

CT1304**

CT1221**

Site Calibration and Site Measurement Applications Little or no knowledge of positioning technology Andy Donovan

CT1222

CT1223**

CT1224**

Setting Up a Site for GPS - Setting Up Base Stations Moderate positioning technology familiarity L amar Hester

Category | Technical (Tech) Management (Mgmt)

Level | Intermediate (Int) All Advanced (Adv)

** Sessions Submitted for Professional Development Hours

Agenda Subject to Change

Category | Technical (Tech) Management (Mgmt)

Level | Intermediate (Int) All Advanced (Adv)

** Sessions Submitted for Professional Development Hours

Agenda Subject to Change