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KOREC Group Introducing the Swinglet CAM

Martyn Palmer Mapping & GIS Sales Consultant 07721 919912 martyn.palmer@korecgroup.com


Swinglet CAM from senseFly


Existing Solutions

Man’s view Time consuming Lack of perspective Access

Satellite’s view Untimely Weather dependent

Airplane’s view Polluting Noisy Expensive


Existing Solutions


What is the Swinglet CAM?  Unmanned Aerial System (UAS)  Hand launched  No remote control required  No pilots licence required  Automatic flight and landing  Onboard Sensor Options  

12 MP Digital Camera Other Sensors on Consultation

 Lightweight, Safe and Yours


Inside the Swinglet CAM 3 rate gyro & 3 accelerometers

Pitot Embedded Auto-pilot

LiPoly Battery 12MP CANON camera Embedded GPS Flexible EPP Foam

500g total weight

Speed regulator and Electric motor with detachable propeller Aileron


Flight Planning - demo Emergency Information

Flight Controls

Swinglet Diagnostics

Live tracking

Waypoint Editor


Flight Path


What Can it Do?     

Flight time of 30 minutes Over 100 hectares in a single flight Up to 20 kilometres in a single flight Down to 2cm resolution on imagery Adjustable flight altitude to suit resolution  Automated image processing & modelling  Imagery auto stitched and ready for GIS  DEM modelling down to 10cm (relative)

100+ Hectares 30 minutes


What are the Key Benefits?  Easily deployable for any user  Fast and effective surveying / mapping     

Identify key issues fast Pre survey your site before field work Complete full survey from the air Minimise field work on the ground to key areas Potential site visit of less than hour for large site

 You own the kit so you can survey when you like  Fast ROI (as quick as 3 surveys!)  Fully automated flight planning, flying, landing  & image processing  Extremely durable product for longevity of investment


Digital Elevation Models (DEM)  Auto upload of images to server  Auto analysis of matching points  Bundle block adjustment completed for matching points  3D points verified and co-ords calculated  Geo-referenced to WGS84  3D interpolation for TIN model  DEM created  Imagery overlaid for geo-reference orthomosaic (Orthophoto)


What are the Potential Uses?         

Forestry Archaeology Coastal Surveys Agricultural, Crop surveys Route Mapping Construction Monitoring Surveillance / Enforcement Survey / Mapping Projects Quarry, Landfill, Environmental  Humanitarian  And the list goes on


Examples Flight at 100m and stitch of 50 images


Examples


Summary  Cost effective  Easily deployable for anyone to use  Fast surveying/mapping  Fully automated  DEM modelling  Swift return on investment And of course

 ITS YOURS


Q&A Further Information www.korecgroup.com www.sensefly.com/products/swinglet-cam www.twitter.com/korecgroup www.youtube.com/user/KORECGROUP Search for KOREC Group


KOREC Group Peter Holland Mapping and GIS Sales Consultant


Trimble Juno Series Handhelds • Introduction to Trimble Juno Series Handhelds • Key Features & Benefits

• Customers & Markets


Get more out of the field than ever before • Enable any employee to input data into your GIS • Ensure the quality of your GPS data • Guarantee the consistency of data collected • Increase productivity by collecting positions in any location • Stay in contact with office and field for real-time results


Product Improvements  In-built 5 mega pixel camera / video


Product Improvements • In-built 5 mega pixel camera / video

• 2GB internal memory – External expansion up to 32GB


Product Improvements • In-built 5 mega pixel camera / video

• 2GB internal memory – External expansion up to 32GB • 10 hour lithium-Ion battery – Swappable


Product Improvements • In-built 5 mega pixel camera / video

• 2GB internal memory – External expansion up to 32GB • 10 hour lithium-Ion battery – Swappable • Windows mobile 6.5


Product Improvements • In-built 5 mega pixel camera / video • 2GB internal memory – External expansion up to 32GB • 10 hour lithium-Ion battery – Swappable • Windows mobile 6.5

• Wireless connectivity


Product Improvements • IP rating 54 • In-built 5 mega pixel camera / video (Flash 3D) • 2GB internal memory – External expansion up to 32GB

• 10 hour lithium-Ion battery – Swappable • Windows mobile 6.5

• Wireless connectivity • Phone capability (3D)


A powerful, fully integrated device

Professional-grade GIS data collection for everyone. When you need an all-in-one mobile solution, pack more into your pocket.


A powerful, fully integrated device Trimble Juno series handhelds: • Are purpose-built for mobile workforces • Remain light weight, compact and fully integrated • Replace carrying and maintaining several devices: – High-yield GPS receiver – Integrated camera – Bluetooth® and Wi-Fi – Phone model available


When productivity matters • Mapping & GIS software and GPS workflow compatible Maximize your workforce returns • Seamless field and office data and productivity: exchange • Consistent, robust data returned • High-yield GPS receiver guarantees positions in any location • Rugged for work in any environment • Windows® Embedded Handheld 6.5 • Designed to run all day in the field • Easy-to-use, easy setup, no complicated connections


When price matters • Competitive pricing • Integration to provide savings Value for any size of workforce or budget with: • Simple and easy to use, reduced training • Reduced overheads with less equipment to manage • Trimble quality product


The Detail


Integrated GPS • GPS

• Combine with SBAS = 2-5m • Post-process = 1-3m


Capture all the details in the field 5 megapixel autofocus camera for capturing images and video:

• Adds value to data collection • Records details of assets or incidents • Used to meet regulations, provide proof of completion • Integrate automatically at time of capture with Trimble TerraSync software • Aids decisions and analysis • Geotagging allows you to label images with location and date and time to maintain point of reference


Real-time communications Worldwide 3.75G cellular connectivity with data and voice:

• Enables real-time data transfer • Ensures up to date data in the field • Increase collaboration between field and office • Save time with high-speed data transfer even of large files/maps • Increases worker safety • Allows rapid response for emergency or time-critical issues


Connectivity options Complete connectivity for the enterprise field workforce with Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, broadband data and voice cellular:

• • • • • • • •

Laser rangefinders Sensors Wireless hotspots Internet Office/corporate network Database updates Call for next job In case of emergencies


Build into higher accuracy solution Complete connectivity for the enterprise field workforce with Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, broadband data and voice cellular:

• Decimeter solution when combined with Trimble Pro 6H receiver • Submeter solution when combined with Trimble Pro 6T receiver


Customers & Markets


Public Sector • Asset management – Lightweight GPS solution with camera for sign inspections, facilities management, etc. • Issue reporting – Eliminate pen and paper with real-time digital reporting tool • Emergency management – Durable solution for documenting damaged areas, with connectivity for rapid response


Utilities • Asset management – Handheld solution for inspection of key infrastructure and navigation software to assist with asset location

• Rapid response – 3.75G cellular modem voice calls for advice or emergency assistance, contact on call workers 24/7


Environmental management • Data collection – 1 to 3 meter post-processed accuracy even in dense forest canopy, with an integrated camera, all-day battery life, and cellular data/voice capability. • Trimble LaserAce™ 1000 rangefinder – Instantly check clearance, tree heights to determine if work required – Receive laser measurements over Bluetooth


Overview Parts of the handheld

Back view

Bottom


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Bringing You Mobile Mapping to Enhance Your Work Flow Line

Peter Holland Mapping and GIS Sales Consultant Peter.holland@korecgroup.com 07974352007


Trimble Solutions Update – Sept 2012. Anthony Mills, Trimble


Agenda » Hardware • Total Stations • GNSS » Software • Field • Office » Services


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Gatewing – Rapid Mapping Tool.

• • • •

Mapping & surveying Light UAS Compact camera New-generation photogrammetry • Vision software tools & automation


Trimble and FARO Trimble (NASDAQ: TRMB) and FARO (NASDAQ: FARO) announced today that they have signed an OEM and distribution agreement for 3D laser scanners. Under the agreement, FARO will provide Trimble with an OEM differentiated product based upon its successful FARO Laser Scanner Focus3D platform. Trimble will offer the OEM product throughout its worldwide survey and building construction distribution networks, serving the needs of surveyors, contractors, engineers and geospatial professionals. As part of the strategic relationship, future versions of the FARO Laser Scanner Focus3D platform will also be made available to Trimble


Trimble Hardware


What is new?

• Trimble S6 – MagDrive™ Servo – MultiTrack™ – SurePoint™ – Trimble Vision™ (since Intergeo 2011 in the Trimble S6) • Trimble VX, Trimble S8, Trimble S6


What is new?

• Trimble M3 – Trimble Access (since Intergeo 2011) – Upgrade from Trimble Digital Field Book to Trimble Access possible – 1“-Version available


What is new?

• Trimble S3 – Trimble Access (Servo & Autolock) – MultiTrack™


What is new?

• Trimble GeoXR (since Intergeo 2011) – Flexible Network-Rover-Solution – Compact, easy handling – Centimetre accuracy in form of a handheld


Trimble Software


Trimble Access v2012.10 • Release date: 23 April 2012


Surfaces and Volumes • Same functionality as available on the Trimble Tablet – Create Triangulated Terrain Model file – Compute Volume • Supports 5 volume calculations


Interrupted target measurements • Use Interrupted target measurements if a measurement is likely to be interrupted, for example measuring across a busy road – Autolock measurements do not stop if the target is obstructed – You can start Autolock with an obstructed target – During an automated measurement, if the instrument fails within the Interrupt timeout period the instrument will turn back to the target and attempt the measurement again – Supported during station setup plus, resection and measuring rounds


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SnakeGrid coordinate system The SnakeGrid Concept • Fit a gently sinuous trend line to the project route, adjusting for height scale effect. • “Unravel” the Earth along this line, keeping the scale factor equal to 1. • Within ~ 20 km of this trend line, scale factor distortion is less than 20 ppm.


SnakeGrid coordinate system Trimble Access now supports SnakeGrids – Requires custom SnakeGrid parameter file – SnakeGrid parameter files are obtained through a licensing arrangement from the UCL Department of Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering Each SnakeGrid parameter file is customized for a specific project alignment envelope See www.SnakeGrid.org for more information


Additional Improvements • GDM data output and Pseudo NMEA GGA output: – Timestamps in GDM and Pseudo NMEA GGA format to sub-second resolution – The age of the differential correction data is now included in the NMEA string

• FXL v3 file Polygon support: – Polygon features are similar to line features with the additional property that they are automatically closed


What is new – Trimble SDK?

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Optimal Ranging Utility Survey • Functionality: – Integrates ORI’s solution into a Trimble Access workflow – Combines 3-D positioning from ORI’s SPAR and the Trimble R-Series GNSS Receiver to more accurately record utility positions – Stores data in the Trimble Access Job file for easy import into Trimble Business Centre


Trimble Business Centre. 1. GNSS and Optical Control Surveying 2. Field Data prep for CAD and GIS 3. Design Data Prep for Stakeout 4. Stake-out Survey QA/QC 5. Terrestrial Photogrammetry


Getting Started with Tutorials Including Sample Data!

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

What’s New Setting up a New Project Importing GNSS Data Processing GNSS Baselines Importing Digital Level Data Importing Total Station Data Adjusting the Network Processing Feature Codes

9. Using Spreadsheets, Selection Sets, and COGO 10. Working with Trimble VX Data 11. Working with Corridors 12. Working with Superelevations 13. Calibrating a site 14. Working with 3D Data and Trimble RealWorks 15. Importing As-Staked Points 16. Measuring Photogrammetry Points


Trimble Services


Trimble Services: VRS Now • A range of Real Time correction, subscription options, including: – 120 hours a quarter. – RTK Unlimited. – European Licence. • 1, 2, 5, 10, 15, 20, 30, 60 second Post-Processing data – RINEX and VRS-RINEX – as a single file. • Purchase online: https://vrsnowstore.trimble.com/


Trimble Services: GNSS Forecast


Trimble Services: AccessSync. Data is synchronised between the field and office. • A controller is no longer licensed to a specific TCC organization • At login, you can now enter the organization that you want to synchronize data with using AccessSync – Still need your Username login, Password and Organization short-name

• Sub-folders can now be synchronized – Previously you could only synchronize the user folder and all project folders within the user folder, and the export folder

• Low, Medium, High and Off are now available as priority settings for synchronization on individual files • Synchronization using a GPRS 2G connection with larger files.


Trimble Services: TCC. TCC: Trimble Connected Community. • Connected Community from Trimble is a web-based service that enables businesses to manage and share information via their own unique website.


Summary


Trimble Update. • A range of Total Station and GNSS solutions with a common user interface. • Trimble Access: Powerful Field software solution with specialised workflows. Solutions”. • TBC:“Trimble Office software supporting multiple workflows • Services supporting both your field and office activities.


Thank you.


Maltby Land Surveys Ltd & KSS Architects 3D Laser Scanning

Building Information Modelling

AutoDesk Revit


AGENDA AGENDA Sub headline

Session Topics Laser Scanning in the Built Environment 1

How are we developing Laser Scanning to document our built environment.

2

Changing the way we work together

3

Practical examples to explain the processes and benefits

BIM & AutoDesk Revit 4

An overview of Building Information Modelling

5

AutoDesk REVIT Architecture

6

3D Laser Scanning / REVIT for existing buildings

Building Information Modelling


INTRODUCTION AGENDA Sub headline

Who are we ?

Where are we?

What do we do?

Chartered Surveyors

Two companies – Surveying & Software 3 Offices in the UK / Ireland 35 Staff 3 Laser Scanners Clients include:Architectural Practices Consulting Engineers The Environment Agency Network Rail Highways Agency Private Investors


3d Modelling

Rivers & Coastal

Rights of Light

Building Information Modelling

3D Laser Scanning

Topographical Mapping

Measured Building Surveys

Flood Risk Management

Elevations & Sections


AGENDA DEVELOPING LASER SCANNING Sub headline

What is Laser Scanning ?

Building Information Modelling


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The Scanning Process

Building Information Modelling


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The Scanning Operation

Building Information Modelling


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Registration of Point Clouds

Building Information Modelling


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Completed Registration

Building Information Modelling


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Scene WebShare

Building Information Modelling


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CONSTRUCTION : DESIGN : RAILWAYS

Construction – spatial data rapidly captured before, during and post construction.

Design – reduction in the design cycle having unambiguous information right from the outset.

Railways – potential safety benefits when working in this hazardous environment.

Building Information Modelling


AGENDA DEVELOPING LASER SCANNING Sub headline

HIGHWAYS : UTILITIES : EDUCATION

Highways – operable during the hours of darkness – mobile scanning solutions offer huge economies.

Utilities – scanning makes light work of capturing mechanical/engineering(M&E) and utilities information including complex geometrical shapes. Education – accurate area and asset data can be captured cost effectively both internally and externally. Building Information Modelling


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HERITAGE : ENVIRONMENT : RIGHTS OF LIGHT

Heritage – high resolution scanning used to portray intricate details of ornate features remotely.

Environment - longer range scanners used to model data for coastal and shoreline management.

Rights of Light – 3d models based on scanned data to support analytical environmental analysis.

Building Information Modelling


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Point Cloud Manipulation

Building Information Modelling


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AutoDesk REVIT 2012 Point Cloud Workflow

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LASER SCANNING IN THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT

1 Kensington, London

Commisioned to survey a 6 bedroom mansion in to allow detailed drawings to inform further extensions to the property. An underground gymnasium was to be added to the rear.

2

St James’s Street, London This project was an 11 floor Victorian building in the heart of the west end. Currently used as a gentlemens club with Casino, two Bars, Night Club and Restaurant. Full measued survey was required.

3

The Bandstand, Brighton & Hove This iconic bandstand was erected in the early 1900s and stands at the west end of Brighton & Hove seafront. A fully measured survey was required to allow for the design of a new walkway.


WEST KENSINGTON, LONDON

Floor Plans

1 Elevations

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Elevations were captured using the FARO FOCUS 3D Scanner and drawn in AutoCAD.

Topographic Plan

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POINT CLOUD ANIMATION


ST JAMESâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S STREET, LONDON

Floor Plans

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Elevations

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Building Information Modelling


ST JAMESâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S STREET, LONDON

Floor Plans

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Elevations were captured using the FARO FOCUS 3D Scanner and drawn in AutoCAD.

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Building Information Modelling


ST JAMESâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S STREET, LONDON

Floor Plans

1 Elevations

2

Sections

3

The Sections were derived completely from the laser scan data using POINTOOLS Model.

Building Information Modelling


ST JAMES’S STREET, LONDON

POINT CLOUD ANIMATION


THE BANDSTAND, BRIGHTON & HOVE

Floor Plans

1

Floor plans were measured using a combination of total stations and MBS Software.

Elevations

2

Building Information Modelling


THE BANDSTAND, BRIGHTON & HOVE

Floor Plans

1 Elevations

2

Elevations were captured using the FARO FOCUS 3D Scanner and drawn in AutoCAD.

Building Information Modelling


THE BANDSTAND, BRIGHTON & HOVE

RENDERED ANIMATION


3D LASER SCANNING SUMMARY Benefits & Efficiencies

• Speed of data capture

• One million points per sec

• Accuracy

• +/-2mm

• BIM for Existing Buildings

• Independent of construction

• Software integration

• Enhanced Point Cloud Engine

• Visual Communication

• Rapid Virtual Animations

• Remote operation

• Wifi for hazardous / access

• Health & Safety

• Non contact / Invisible Laser

• Photographic record

• Scene WebShare (Markup)

• Value

• Inexpensive


Thank you

Maltby Land Surveys Ltd Building Information Modelling

Contact Info

www.maltbysurveys.com mls@maltbysurveys.com


Introduction to the Trimble GeoExplorer 6000 Series

Martyn Palmer Mapping & GIS Sales Consultant 07721 919912 martyn.palmer@korecgroup.com


Trimble GeoExplorer 6000 Series ®

®

 Handheld computer with integrated high accuracy GNSS  Exceptional GNSS performance in difficult environments  A completely integrated data capture solution  Optimized for mapping and GIS data collection activities  Windows Mobile® versatility


Configurations and receiver options Geo XH

Geo XT

GeoXH™ standard edition

GeoXT™ standard edition

GeoXH 3.5G edition (adds cellular modem)

GeoXT 3.5G edition (adds cellular modem)

GeoXH receiver options

GeoXT receiver options

NMEA output upgrade

NMEA output upgrade Floodlight Technology upgrade

Trimble Floodlight™ technology is included as a standard feature of the GeoXH configurations


Trimble GeoExplorer 6000 Series key features and benefits


Integrated high-accuracy GNSS system    

Decimetre H-Star™ accuracy in the hand Available in real time and after postprocessing Fast accuracy and at longer baselines Better precision estimates


Trimble Floodlight Satellite Shadow Reduction Technology ď&#x201A;§ More positions and better accuracy in obstructed GNSS conditions


Integrated 3.5G cellular data modem ď&#x201A;§ Internet connectivity in the field


Integrated 5 megapixel autofocus camera ď&#x201A;§ Capture photo attributes directly in the field without additional equipment


4.2 inch sunlight readable display  Crystal clear maps and forms  Easier to operate


Long-life field swappable battery pack ď&#x201A;§ Up to 11 hours operation on a single charge ď&#x201A;§ Field swappable without shutting down


Powerful computing and rugged hardware ď&#x201A;§ Efficient operation in all conditions â&#x20AC;&#x201C; IP65


Accessories             

Tornado™ L1/L2 external GNSS antenna (Geo XH) Tempest™ L1 external GPS antenna (Geo XT) Range pole bracket Null modem cable (DB9-F to DB9-F)* External antenna cable (1.5 m) External antenna cable (5 m) Hard carry case Backpack kit Monopole kit 2 m carbon fibre range pole 2 m carbon fibre range pole with bi-pod attachment Quick release mount attachment for external antenna Quick release mount to 5/8” adaptor

* Requires USB to Serial converter cable


Detailed Specifications


GeoExplorer 6000 Series Forward facing camera GNSS receiver and antenna

Ext. GNSS antenna port

Auto brightness sensor

Touch panel & display

SIM card slot

SD/SDHC card slot

(3.5G edition handhelds)

LED status panel Backlit keypad Microphone Mini-USB socket

Stylus Speaker Removable battery


Computer system         

Windows Mobile 6.5 Professional Edition OMAP-35x series 600MHz ARM Cortex-A8 CPU Sunlight readable 4.2 inch VGA display 256 MB RAM 2 GB non-volatile Flash storage SD/SDHC memory card slot (up to 32 GB) Bluetooth® version 2.1 + EDR Wi-Fi 802.11b/g 3.5G cellular data modem (optional)


GNSS accuracy specifications Real Time H-Star VRS Now (GeoXH only)

10 cm + 1 ppm

DGNSS Code VRS Now

75 cm + 1 ppm

SBAS (EGNOS in UK)

Submetre

Postprocessed H-Star (GeoXH only)

10 cm + 1 ppm

GeoXT Postprocessed Carrier *

after 20 minutes: 10 cm + 2 ppm after 10 minutes: 20 cm + 2 ppm

GeoXT/GeoXH Postprocessed Carrier*

after 45 minutes: 1 cm + 2 ppm

Code/SBAS (EGNOS)

50 cm + 1 ppm

* Postprocessed carrier accuracy requires continuous tracking of carrier signals for the periods given and is limited to baselines less than 10 km.


Trimble Floodlight Satellite Shadow Reduction Technology Increase satellite availability

Multi-constellation positioning Stabilise acquisition and tracking

Advanced tracking algorithms and filters Improve accuracy and limit position outages

Altitude-constrained positioning * Standard on GeoXH, available as an optional upgrade on GeoXT


Floodlight in action


Floodlight in action


Supported software versions  Microsoft® desktop software:  Windows® XP: Microsoft ActiveSync® technology version 4.5 or later  Windows Vista® and Windows 7: Windows Mobile Device Centre (WMDC)

 Field software:        

TerraSync™ software version 5.10 & later FastMap Mobile version 8 Esri ArcPad version 10 GPS Controller software version 2.40 & later Trimble GPScorrect™ extension for Esri ArcPad version 3.40 Trimble SSF + DDF extensions for SAFE FME version 2.10 Many third party applications for Windows Mobile Applications developed with Trimble Pathfinder Field Toolkit

 Office software  

GPS Pathfinder® Office software version 5.10 & later Trimble GPS Analyst™ extension for Esri ArcGIS version 3.40


Geo XH Centimetre Edition            

Floodlight technology Centimetre output Zephyr Model 2™ L1/L2 external GNSS antenna Antenna cable TNC to SMB (1.5 m) Range pole bracket Lithium Ion battery AC adaptor/charger USB cable Hard carry case 2 m carbon fibre range pole NMEA output (decimetre) Terrasync Centimetre Edition software


GeoExplorer 6000 Series Applications Geo XT – general mapping where sub 1m accuracy is required e.g. highway asset inventory, street lighting, urban trees & parks, rights of way, archaeology, asset inspection for compliance, geophysical, ecology surveys, waterways, coastal, event & incident mapping Geo XH 10cm – utility pipe & cable ‘as laid’ mapping, drainage & irrigation, archaeology where greater precision is required, cemetery/grave mapping

Geo XH 1cm – survey grade accuracy where GIS attribution is required, control for aerial mapping projects


Trimble GeoExplorer 6000 Series  Handheld computer with integrated high accuracy GNSS  Exceptional GNSS performance in difficult environments  A completely integrated data capture solution  Optimized for mapping and GIS data collection activities  Windows Mobile versatility


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